Shenandoah University is excited to announce a new academic program that will mold students into architects and builders of the future.
Thanks to a generous donation from one of the world’s leading producers of thermoplastic polymer construction materials, Shenandoah will soon debut its new School of Construction. This ambitious and innovative program will utilize cutting-edge technology to give students the best tools to succeed within this field.
In a truly innovative approach, Shenandoah will even offer online course options for the new construction program by implementing the best in virtual, three-dimensional construction simulation technology.
As part of Shenandoah’s new program, students will get the chance to work with premium materials, including acrylonitrile butadiene styrene polymer, to perform truly groundbreaking work and build structures that will truly change the world.
By joining this program, led by Jacquelyn E. Hammer, D.Arch., dean of SU’s School of Construction, students will help lay the foundation for Shenandoah’s newest academic offering and build the program brick by brick.
Just as Hornets build their own nests, you could too. This program will be your nest. Together, we can build this.”
Jacquelyn E. Hammer, D.Arch., dean of Shenandoah’s new School of Construction
To learn more about this exciting new program, visit su.edu/construction.