… preparing today the active community service leaders of tomorrow
The Center for Public Service and Scholarship offers many ways for you to be a part of our community through service, fun, tutoring, building homes and sharing your talents. We can connect you with many agencies for service-learning opportunities. Shenandoah University students and athletic teams are working in our community to improve the lives of others. We have placed students…Read more about the Center for Public Service and Scholarship
In July 2009, Karen Schultz, a recognized community leader in the Shenandoah Valley and a faculty member at Shenandoah University since 1981, was appointed Director of Shenandoah University’s Center for Public Service and Scholarship (CPSS) Schultz, Director and Professor, earned a bachelor’s degree from The College of William and Mary, an associate’s degree in respiratory care and a master’s in business administration from Shenandoah University, and a Ph.D. from Virginia Polytechnic Institute. She received the university-wide exemplary teaching award in 2009, the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Service Award in 2005 and has been honored twice as the pharmacy school’s teacher of the year. In the classroom, her ideas have won national recognition for innovations in teaching, and her service learning course has contributed just under 16,000 hours of student service in the region and achieved national attention.
Contact Dr. Karen K. Schultz, Director, Center for Public Service an Scholarship firstname.lastname@example.org at (540) 678-4385, or the Administrative Assistant for the Center for Public Service and Scholarship at (540) 665-4696 with any questions! Be thinking about a service project for this year! Once you have identified the site/project, we will contact the Director at the site to set up the project and the logistics for…Read More about Dr. Karen K. Schultz
Executive Committee: John Norton, Jr. – Chair; Michael Cook, Liles Parker PLLC; Sharen Gromling, Executive Director, Our Health, Inc.; John Winn, Professor, Shenandoah University; Karen Cornejo-Guillen, Shenandoah University Student; John D. Lesinski, Senior Vice President, Colliers International…Read More about Advisory Board