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Shenandoah University Sport Management Professor Brian Wigley, Ed.D.

School of Business Professor Shares March Madness Thoughts on WalletHub Brian Wigley, Ed.D., also talks about issues facing the NCAA

Ready for March Madness? The finance website WalletHub most definitely is, sharing an array of facts and figures (financial and otherwise) about the 2023 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament.  For this article’s “Ask the Experts” section, the site also tapped Shenandoah School of Business Professor and Director of Sport Management Brian J. Wigley, Ed.D., for his […]

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Sport Management at M&T Bank Stadium

Sport Management Students Work Preseason NFL Game, Aug. 27 Students gain real-world experience in game-day operations

Eight Shenandoah University School of Business sport management students got to practice fan/experience operations at an NFL preseason game at the M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Maryland, on Saturday night, Aug. 27, as the Baltimore Ravens extended their record preseason winning streak to 23 games with a 17-15 victory over the Washington Commanders. It’s great […]

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Adam Silver Zooms with Shenandoah University students

Sport Law Students Get Surprise Virtual Visit From NBA Commissioner Adam Silver offered class insight into his journey from law school to the NBA

Shenandoah University students in the Sport Law class taught by Assistant Athletic Director DeShon Foxx, M.S., were recently treated to a surprise virtual visit from one of the top leaders in American sports. NBA Commissioner Adam Silver, who has served in that post since 2014, virtually joined Foxx’s class on Wednesday, April 13, to offer […]

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Alumni Successes

Jason Euman

SU Grad Jason Euman ’21 Credits LAMP for Creating Professional Opportunities Euman, a graduate student at Alabama, is a GA in event management with the Crimson Tide

Shenandoah University continues to offer students the chance to team up with working professionals to develop a strong foundation upon which to build their own paths into the professional world through the Leadership and Mentoring Program (LAMP). Started in 2015, LAMP is a partnership between SU, the community and various corporations, companies and industries through […]

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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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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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