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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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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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School of Business News: Spring/Early Summer 2020 Alumnus Shares MLB Experiences; Esports Program Garners Attention

Greg Van Sickler ’11 spoke in May via Zoom to Sport Marketing, Sponsorships and Promotions and Contemporary Issues in Sport classes led by Shenandoah University Vice President for Opportunity Development Fritz Polite, Ph.D. Van Sickler is the manager of premium suites for Major League Baseball’s Houston Astros. He discussed his typical game-day schedule, as well […]

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