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Master of Business Administration


Washington Spirit MOU Signing

Shenandoah, Washington Spirit Enter Partnership On, Off The Field Partnership Creates Internships, Allows Players Free Classes

Shenandoah University is partnering with the Washington Spirit, the professional women’s soccer team in Washington, D.C., to provide free classes to players in exchange for internships, hospitality, and promotion. This kind of partnership is a first for both the Spirit and Shenandoah. The opportunity to partner with the Spirit is a true honor. We stress […]

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Students in International MBA Program Donate Protective Equipment Donations include masks, gowns and surgical gloves

Students and partners in Shenandoah University’s Master of Business Administration — Global Executive Track (GET-MBA) program in China have conducted a personal protective equipment drive (PPE) that has sent: approximately 3,000 respirator masks 12,000 surgical masks 50 isolation gowns 1,250 pairs of surgical gloves The GET-MBA class of 2020 sent these items to Shenandoah University […]

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Alumni Successes

Paul Delmerico Class of '88

Alumnus, Paul Delmerico ‘88, Chairs 2013 Business Symposium

Paul Delmerico ‘88, partner and general manager of local SpecialMade Goods & Services, Inc. is a native of Dobbs Ferry, N.Y. Finding his way south to Winchester, Delmerico became involved with Shenandoah first as a graduate student. After graduation, he wanted to remain a supporter of SU and became a member of the Business School […]

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Meet Your Alumni Board Member – Katelyn Miller Sanders ’11

Katelyn Miller Sanders ’11 had a unique experience at Shenandoah. After receiving her undergraduate degree from Goucher College in Baltimore, Md. she and her husband, Garrett Sanders ’10, decided to move to Winchester and both pursue further degrees. After four years, Sanders received her Doctor of Pharmacy and Master of Business Administration degrees while her husband earned […]

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