Shenandoah Center for Immersive Learning
Shenandoah Center for Immersive Learning (SCIL) empowers others to create human-to-human connectivity within mixed realities, transforming ideas into living experiences through immersive technology. Founded at Shenandoah University, SCIL is an academic lab where students get hands-on experience working on real world projects.
We are preeminent pioneers of human-based mixed-reality learning...cultivating, empowering and nurturing the virtual workforce.
We believe story is how humans perceive the world.
We empower individuals, organizations and institutions to share content in ways that transform knowledge into ... skill.
We believe genius is born of collaboration
We advocate for creating a level playing field for all people, supporting a culture of inclusion, mutual opportunity and respect in the virtual workspace
We value opportunities that expand accessibility and transcend geographical barriers
We foster human-to-human connectivity, transforming ideas into living experiences
We value playful work and learning
Director of the Division of Applied Technology
Assistant Professor of Virtual Reality
Virtual Reality Design Academic Program Coordinator
Explore our Current Projects
Constitutional Convention Debates
Shenandoah students, professors and the Shenandoah Center for immersive Learning (SCiL) are creating a virtual reality project that will transport participants back in time to the Constitutional Convention in 1787 and the debates that took place there among the Founding Fathers of the United States.
Winchester Area Technology Entrepreneurs Virtual Reality, 360 Video, and 3D Modeling Help Available at SU at no cost
The Shenandoah University Center for Immersive Learning (SCIL Lab) is available for a limited time to help area entrepreneurs learn how Virtual Reality (VR) experiences, 360 Video and/or 3D models can help pitch new business concepts or promote tech startups. For an appointment complete the inquiry form or email us at email@example.com. This opportunity is made possible through funding from Go Virginia to foster business development in the Shenandoah Valley by helping entrepreneurs develop concepts and connect them to the Startup Shenandoah Valley (S2V) accelerator program.