Shenandoah University is using distance learning to educate and inspire our students during this difficult time. All Mosaic Center events have been cancelled or postponed.
Throughout each year we offer:
- Dinner Dialogues, film screenings, and discussions
- Cultural Heritage Celebrations (Black History, Hispanic and Native American Heritage Months, Asian Heritage Week, International Day)
- LGBTQ+ programs (Bisexual Visibility Month, Women’s Mentor Brunch, Coming Out Day)
- Interfaith Initiatives with Spiritual Life
- Self-Worth Events (BeYOUtiful Campaign, Valentine Card Making)
- Mental Health & Disability Awareness
- MLK Day Celebrations
- Woke Week
Heartfulness Relaxation & Meditation will be offered every Wednesday in April from 4-4:30 p.m. in the Mosaic Center for Diversity (BSC 120). You are invited to experience Heartfulness Relaxation and Meditation: meditation to empower the harmony of the body and mind. Each session will cover a different theme of how meditation can be used in everyday life as well as a short meditation practice. Themes include stress management, academic success, sleep, and connection with others. To sign up for this free series, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or drop in. Sessions will be guided by Dr. Petra M. Schweitzer, a practitioner of meditation for 28 years and a Heartfulness trainer. Hosted by the Office of Spiritual Life and the Mosaic Center for Diversity. Contact email@example.com.
- April 1, 8, 15, 22, 29
The next Safe Zone First Fridays is April 3. For time and location details and to sign up for a workshop, visit www.su.edu/safezone. Safe Zone at Shenandoah is a network of people who affirm and support sexual and gender diversity. Safe Zone members work to create a campus community that understands and values each unique individual. All students, faculty, and staff members are welcomed to attend a Safe Zone workshop to become part of the network. You’ll receive a Safe Zone sticker to display as a symbol that you are an ally who can provide support and resources to people who are LGBTQ+. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
- April 3
The Black Excellence Gala originally scheduled for March 20, is rescheduled for Sunday, April 19 in the Brandt Student Center Ferrari Room. Celebrate Shenandoah University’s Inaugural Black Excellence Gala: A night dedicated to celebrating Black Excellence on campus and in our community. This elegant affair will include dinner, dancing, and awards recognizing the contributions of African American campus and community members. Guest speaker Dr. Montressa Washington will give a keynote address and Shenandoah’s own Harambee Gospel Choir, The Tribe, and others will provide entertainment. Join us at the Black Excellence Gala to empower current and future African American students and faculty of Shenandoah University. Tickets are $10 for students and $15 for all other attendees. Students can purchase their tickets via the Black Excellence Gala Student Ticket Form and Non-students can purchase their tickets via the Black Excellence Gala Non-Student Ticket Form. Ticket sponsorships are available by contacting email@example.com.
For questions about events contact:
firstname.lastname@example.org | 540-535-3449
Contact the Mosaic Center at email@example.com.