Contact the Center for Public Service & Scholarship
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Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Gregory Hall, room 157
1460 University Drive
Winchester, VA 22601
Dr. Karen K. Schultz
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In July 2009, Karen Schultz, a recognized community leader in the Shenandoah Valley and a faculty member at Shenandoah University since 1981, was appointed Director of Shenandoah University’s Center for Public Service and Scholarship (CPSS) Schultz, Director and Professor, earned a bachelor’s degree from The College of William and Mary, an associate’s degree in respiratory care and a master’s in business administration from Shenandoah University, and a Ph.D. from Virginia Polytechnic Institute. She received the university-wide exemplary teaching award in 2009, the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Service Award in 2005 and has been honored twice as the pharmacy school’s teacher of the year. In the classroom, her ideas have won national recognition for innovations in teaching, and her service learning course has contributed just under 16,000 hours of student service in the region and achieved national attention.
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Originally from Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, Jenna holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychological Sciences from the University of Mary Washington. During her time there, she was a member of the Varsity Field Hockey Program and involved in many extracurricular activities and internships. Her experiences have helped her develop a passion for leadership and service, not only on the field but off the field in her surrounding communities. In the Spring of 2019, she earned her Master of Education in Sport Leadership from Virginia Commonwealth University. During her time as a graduate student, she spent time at Randolph-Macon College and the University of Mary Washington as an assistant field hockey coach. She most recently served as the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) Advisor at UMW where she spent time working with collegiate athletes and leading service projects in the Fredericksburg community. Jenna will be splitting her time at Shenandoah University with The Center for Public Service and Scholarship and the field hockey program. She will be joining their staff as an assistant coach. Jenna most looks forward to working with the student body at Shenandoah University and helping them foster relationships, learn about service, and develop leadership skills in the Winchester area.
Originally from Hagerstown, MD, Matthew holds a Bachelor of Business Administration and is actively pursuing a Master of Science in Organizational Leadership from Shenandoah University. During his undergraduate studies he had the opportunity to serve as the Project Manager Intern for the UNESCO Center for Peace, which ignited his interest in community service. Matthew has the honor of serving as a Board Member for the Center for Public Service and Scholarship where he strategizes ways for students to be more involved in civic engagements. As a representative of Shenandoah University’s Student Government Association, Alpha Kappa Psi, and the Leadership and Mentoring Program, Matthew loves to facilitate conversations with students from various backgrounds about societal issues.
Graduate Fellow For The Center For Public Service And Scholarship
The Graduate Fellow will engage Shenandoah University students, faculty, and staff to support the mission and goals of the Center for Public Service and Scholarship and the mission of the University as a whole. The Graduate Fellow will support the operations of the Center in addition to delving into a community engagement project, as designated by the Director of the Center for Public Service and Scholarship.
For information or questions contact:
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The Center for Public Service and Scholarship is located in Gregory Hall, room 157.