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Religious Diversity and Leadership in the Professions


Hanaa Unus

Preparing students for a diverse world

Hanaa Unus has joined Shenandoah University as chaplain and Muslim community coordinator. Unus started July 29 in the Office of Spiritual Life. She is the first clergy person in the school’s nearly 150-year history who does not identify as Christian. Shenandoah is open to people of all faiths, or no faith, exploring their belief system […]

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Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award Winners Honored

Shenandoah University has presented this year’s Algernon Sydney Sullivan Awards to Assistant Professor of Religion Meredith Minister, Ph.D., and seniors Regine Bumper ’19 and Micah Earnhardt ’19. Dr. Minister received her award at the faculty meeting held on Friday, May 24, in Halpin-Harrison Hall, Stimpson Auditorium. Regine and Micah were honored at the College of […]

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Group photo of individuals involved in Wesley Theological Seminary partnership announcement

Shenandoah University Partners With Wesley Theological Seminary

Shenandoah University and Wesley Theological Seminary, both affiliated with the United Methodist Church, have once again partnered to benefit the church and the young leadership coming through their ranks. An agreement between Shenandoah and Wesley offers a streamlined approach for those who feel a call to leading the church and faith-based non-profits from both a […]

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