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Real Clients, Real Research Mark Shenandoah Business Education More than 100 students at Shenandoah University’s School of Business perform real-world business research for real clients throughout the spring 2019 semester

The education provided by Shenandoah University’s School of Business is so hands-on that an outside observer might mistake its work with that of a consulting firm. In the spring 2019 semester, three projects are occurring concurrently: A group of hand-picked undergraduate and graduate students are working, extracurricularly, on brand sentiment and competitive analyses for Traverse […]

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Alumni Successes

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Successful Skin Care Brand Founded & Owned By Shenandoah Business School Double Grad Violet Amoabeng '09, '11, MBA, Launched Skin Gourmet With Just $45

“Through years of working hard, the young entrepreneur has built a successful business that boasts a variety of edible skincare products, including edible kinds of butter, scrubs, cleaners, oils, Humble Feasts, and more, shipped to over 25 countries across the world,” according to Face 2 Face Africa’s description of the Amoabeng and her brand, which […]

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Business Alumna Julia Baum ’21 Praises LAMP Mentor For Support And Guidance Mentors Fulfill Needs For Real-World Business Perspectives

Alumna Julia Baum ’21, of Vienna, Virginia, loves numbers. She graduated in May with a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) accounting concentration and is currently enrolled in a graduate accounting program at James Madison University. During her time at Shenandoah, Baum played women’s lacrosse; served as president of both the Student Government Association and Alpha […]

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Network Building Alumnus Built Relationships for a Bright Future

David A. Abraham ’08, ’09 decided to attend Shenandoah because he believes the student-faculty relationship is integral to student success. The small classes made him feel like an individual — not just a name and number. He was also on the football team while at Shenandoah. When Abraham graduated, he realized that Shenandoah provided the […]

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