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Yesenia Nunez

Yesenia Nunez ’22 awarded The National Association of Hispanic Nurses (NAHN) Scholarship Scholarship recipients are Hispanic nursing students who are role models for aspiring nursing students

MSN-FNP student Yesenia Nunez ’22 was awarded The National Association of Hispanic Nurses (NAHN) Scholarship on July 17, 2020. This is a 3-year award for $5,000 each year that is funded by the United Health Foundation. Scholarship recipients are a select group of Hispanic nursing students who demonstrate promise of professional contributions to the nursing […]

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Shenandoah student Courtney Hodges at Maccu Picchu

Four Continents & A Business Degree Shenandoah student Courtney Hodges takes advantage of all the travel opportunities offered by the university and grows immeasurably as a result

It really isn’t surprising that business administration major Courtney Hodges is set to visit her fourth continent this summer on a journey, like all of her international trips so far, taken through Shenandoah University. As a high-schooler who grew up on a farm near Strasburg, Virginia, she always wanted to travel. But when she came […]

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Alumni Successes

David

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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Kelani

Curiosity Required Shenandoah Provides Boundless Opportunities for Alumna

When members of the Shenandoah University family say, “curiosity required,” they mean it. Students, faculty, staff, friends and alumni are encouraged to look beyond Winchester, beyond their program, beyond their team and beyond their community to find a place where they can make a difference. And that’s just what Kelani Bailey Lawrence ’16 did as […]

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