By: Annie Hart
By: Bethany Melvin
By: Ben Mangubat
The Global Citizenship Project (GCP) is a funded program for students and staff to go expierence another country and its culture during spring break. Each year the locations change every year and […]
BY: Zachary Hubbard China, Iceland, Rwanda, Spain, and Uruguay, what do these 5 countries all have in common? It’s not native language, climate, or most popular vacation activity. The common denominator is […]
University officials are seeking to keep the Shenandoah University community informed as the Trump administration seeks to curb immigration from predominantly Muslim countries.
The over 50 students, faculty, staff, and trustees who were chosen to participate in this year’s Global Citizenship Project (GCP) will be traveling to Japan, Peru, Puerto Rico, Poland, and South Africa this spring.
Congratulations to Kelani Bailey, Michael Bentley, Lauren Bogar, Rodney Bragdon, Brook Bukowski, Jonathan Chatfield, Jessica Cianci, Kyle Contento, Stephen Cummings, Kaitlynne Dennis, Kyle Dill, Grace Eisenhauer, Kyle Farrell, Samuel Fasanmi, Jennie Ferraro, Jessie […]
Nicholas Ruxton, ‘Doah Contributing Writer September 4, 2013 If you are like me, you are a college kid with little money and an urge to travel the world. Here at Shenandoah University […]
Shelby DeHaven, ‘Doah Staff Writer April 24, 2013 The Global Citizenship Project is about more than a group of Shenandoah University students, staff and professors having an experience of a lifetime, it […]
IRELAND: “I’m scared of getting lost in the crowds on St. Patrick’s Day.” –Michaela Ibrahim, freshman English and history student “I am truly looking forward to an experience where I can teach […]