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Shenandoah Offers Low-Cost Entrepreneurship & Small Business Certificate Program, June 14-Aug. 2 Cohort-Style Program Equips Entrepreneurs At All Levels To Turn Ideas Into Action

The Shenandoah University Institute for Entrepreneurship will offer a low-cost Entrepreneurship & Small Business Certificate (ESBC) program for $99 from the weeks of June 14 through Aug. 2. 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 […]

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School of Business Installs Stock Ticker in Halpin-Harrison Hall Dynamic LED Display Software Offers A Continuous Stream of Business Content

A dramatic new feature now graces the lobby of Halpin-Harrison Hall — a U-shaped Indoor LED Stock Ticker Display System. Installed during spring break, the software system provides a continuous stream of dynamic content to the LED ticker display and offers Dow Jones Industrial Average and NASDAQ indexes, news headlines, financial information, current weather, and […]

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Shenandoah University School of Business Hosts Inaugural Legacy Golf Tournament, May 7 Annual Event To Benefit Scholarships For First-Generation Regional Applicants

The Shenandoah University School of Business will host its first-ever Legacy Golf Tournament at Winchester Country Club on Friday, May 7. Sponsored by the Class of 21, check-in begins at 10:30 a.m. and tee-off is at noon. The tournament’s goal is to raise money for scholarships to support first-generation, high-achieving local applicants who want to […]

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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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