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Mathematics Secondary & Special Education


Photo of petri dish used in Teresa Zielinski's research at Shenandoah University.

Research Keeps Shenandoah University Students Buzzing Over the Summer

By Rachel Deanne Sherman ’18 Shenandoah University offers students an abundance of challenging opportunities to complete research over the summer. Research projects conducted this year focused on everything from the study of chestnut trees and the potential healing properties of a certain plant to a virtual reality treadmill.    Teresa Zielinski ’21 and Bailey Hamilton […]

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Shenandoah University Adds 15 New Programs To Its Academic Offerings

Shenandoah University has added 15 new majors and minors to its list of degrees and certificates that students can earn. The university currently offers more than 100 academic programs in seven different schools. The world is moving fast and needs higher education to meet those needs, and this is core to our mission at Shenandoah. […]

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Musical Mathematician Libby Beller ‘19 Enjoys the ‘Best of Both Worlds’

Elizabeth (Libby) Beller ‘19 is a double major in clarinet performance and mathematics at Shenandoah University, where she says she “gets the best of both worlds” — the opportunity to become a thriving, world-class musician as well as satisfy her love of mathematics through the university’s well-respected Shenandoah Conservatory and College of Arts & Sciences. […]

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