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2023 Legacy Golf Tournament and Scholarship

School of Business To Host Third Legacy Golf Tournament, May 11 Event To Benefit Scholarships For First-Generation Local Business Students

The Shenandoah University School of Business will host its Third Legacy Golf Tournament on Thursday, May 11, at Winchester Country Club. The annual event raises funds for scholarships that support first-generation high-achieving local students who want to major in business. The tournament is run each spring by students taking the Management Theory & Practice class […]

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Business Analytics

Providing Value To The Customer Mulyadi Explains Why A Reward Offer From His Favorite Bakery’s App Illustrates the Power of Business Analytics

In a recent Letter to the Editor, “Using Business Analytics To Generate Value,” that appeared in the March 16 issue of The Winchester Star, Shenandoah University Professor of Accounting Martin Mulyadi, Ph.D., explains how a pastry reward from his favorite bakery app perfectly illustrates why business analytics helps organizations to generate value for their customers. […]

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FBLA Shenandoah Regional 2023 Spring Conference

School of Business Hosts FBLA Shenandoah Region Spring Conference, Feb. 25 Event Attracts 300 Participants From 22 Virginia High Schools

More than 300 Virginia high school students and their advisers attended the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Shenandoah Region of Virginia 2023 Spring Conference on Feb. 25 at Shenandoah University. The day was wonderful as students were provided the opportunity to learn from some stellar peers and professionals.” Charisse Woodward, cooperative coordinator and business […]

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Alumni Successes

Duke ’15 Promoted to Chief Operating Officer For APMP BBA Alumna And MBA Student Accepts Leadership Role At Global Proposal Management Organization

Congratulations to School of Business alumna and MBA student Julia Duke ’15, who was recently promoted to Chief Operating Officer for the Association of Proposal Management Professionals (APMP), an internationally accepted authority serving and educating individuals who win business to drive revenue for their organizations. Duke is chair of the School of Business Board of […]

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School of Business Participants Discover GCP Spring 2023 Destinations Groups Travel Domestically and Internationally During Spring Break, March 13-28

Shenandoah University School of Business sophomore Paula Dominguez ’25 (Business Administration) (pictured far left), will travel to Botswana along with MBA student and trip leader Eunice Adjei ’23 during spring break, March 13-28, as part of the university’s annual Global Citizenship Project (GCP). Other School of Business GCP participants include Associate Dean Bernadine Dykes, Ph.D., […]

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ESBC Certificate_Jun-Aug 2022

Shenandoah University Offers Low-Cost Entrepreneurship & Small Business Certificate, June 8 to Aug. 3 Entrepreneurs Of All Ages Are Welcome to Apply; Turn Your Business Ideas Into Action

The Shenandoah University Institute for Entrepreneurship will offer a low-cost Entrepreneurship & Small Business Certificate (ESBC) program for $99 from June 8, 2022, through Aug. 3, 2022. The program is non-credit bearing, so admission to Shenandoah University is not required. Partial scholarships may be available for those participants identifying as low-to-moderate income households. Using CO.STARTERS […]

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