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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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Halpin-Harrison Hall, home of the School of Business at Shenandoah University

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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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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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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