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Cultivating Real-World Solutions For Social Entrepreneurship Business Students Engage in Social-Change Initiatives At Sullivan Foundation Ignite Retreat, Oct. 7-9

School of Business seniors Camryn Roberts, ’23 (BBA/Concentration in Health Care Management and B.S. in Public Health) and Logan Piotter, ’23 (BBA/Concentration in Business Administration), learned to flex their entrepreneurial muscles while learning more about social entrepreneurship the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Foundation (Sullivan Foundation) Ignite Retreat, Oct. 7 to Oct. 9, in Asheville, N.C. Designed […]

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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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Economic Summit 2022

Top of Virginia Regional Chamber Will Host its Inaugural Economic Summit on Nov. 9 Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond President and CEO Tom Barkin Will Serve as Keynote Speaker

The Top of Virginia Regional Chamber (TVRC) will host its inaugural Economic Summit, sponsored by First Bank and Shenandoah University, on Wednesday, Nov. 9, from 8:30 a.m.-noon, in Halpin-Harrison Hall, Stimpson Auditorium, on Shenandoah University’s main campus in Winchester. President and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond Tom Barkin will serve as the […]

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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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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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Institute for Business, Sustainability & Society Launches ‘Waste Stream 2’ School of Business Students Explore Sustainable, Scalable Business Opportunities

Earth Day, April 22, marks the official launch of Waste Stream 2, an initiative of the new Institute for Business, Sustainability & Society (IBSS) at Shenandoah University. Inspired by Elvis & Kresse, a British luxury brand best known for belts, bags and wallets made from decommissioned fire hoses and donates half its profits to charity, […]

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