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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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Young Entrepreneurs in Virtual Meeting

School of Business Supports Global Entrepreneurship Week, Nov. 16-22 Virtual Events Engage Entrepreneurial Thinking, Global Understanding, And Hands-on Practice

Shenandoah University’s School of Business is celebrating Global Entrepreneurship Week, Nov. 16-22, providing access to an array of virtual events to engage students with a vibrant ecosystem of entrepreneurs, investors, researchers, policymakers and startup champions. All events are free and open to students, alumni and the campus community. Each November, the School of Business celebrates […]

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sport management

Business Students Selected to Conduct Research on National Level LEAD1 Study Examines Diversity, Inclusion and Equity At Universities Nationwide

Ten Shenandoah University sport management students are participating in a nationwide research study that seeks information on diversity, inclusion, and equity at 130 universities across the country. The students are conducting the study on behalf of a working group of LEAD1, an organization that represents the athletics directors and programs of the 130 member universities […]

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sport management

Business Students Selected to Conduct Research on National Level LEAD1 Study Examines Diversity, Inclusion and Equity At Universities Nationwide

Ten Shenandoah University sport management students are participating in a nationwide research study that seeks information on diversity, inclusion, and equity at 130 universities across the country. The students are conducting the study on behalf of a working group of LEAD1, an organization that represents the athletics directors and programs of the 130 member universities […]

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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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