Close to 30 companies attended Shenandoah University’s career fair on March 22.
Students from the Harry F. Byrd School of Business discuss entrepreneurship during Entrepreneurs Week; meanwhile, a cultural talk, sponsored by Shenandoah’s International Student Association (ISA) takes place across campus.
Retired sports reporter from The Washington Post, Leonard “Len” Shapiro, visited campus on Wednesday to give a presentation to students and Winchester community members.
“Maybe if we were more in contact with who we are and were willing to wear socks, we would be less inclined to label someone for what they wear,” Davis said.
The presentation was given as part of the college’s Distinguished Lecture Series.
“We have a pretty good relationship with our community.”
Clara Gilleland, Staff Writer
Every year, the Harry F. Byrd Jr. School of Business holds an annual business symposium with keynote speakers and breakout sessions, where local and large business owners, aspiring business owners, students, and sponsors can attend to learn more about different aspects of the business world.
This year’s symposium, scheduled to take place on April 1, is themed “The New Reality – Meeting the Challenge.”
The Harry F. Byrd, Jr. School of Business is hosting its fifth annual Business Symposium on April 4, centered around the theme “Building For Success: Learn, Network, and Succeed!”. This all-day event […]