Shenandoah University - Scholar Plaza: Loudoun

Shenandoah University - Scholar Plaza: Loudoun

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Be ready for coffee in the Hive! Let’s kick our finals butts!
I'll be in touch with anyone who has an appointment with the Writing Center today.
Hi everyone, My name is Bryan Daunt and I am a first year PA student at SPL. I am looking for a roommate for the 2018 school year because it gets really expensive to rent alone around here! If anyone is interested message me through facebook privately and I'd love to meet up and chat. And congrats on your acceptance to your program!

Scholar Plaza - Loudoun is home to the ASD nursing program; respiratory care program; PT program; OT program; PA program; master's, doctoral and certificate education programs as well as the career switchers program.

Scholar Plaza - Loudoun is home to the ASD nursing program; respiratory care program; PT program; OT program; PA program; master's, doctoral and certificate education programs as well as the career switchers program.

Mission: This page is to serve as an ongoing method of communication to help everyone know what is happening at the SU Scholar Plaza - Loudoun!

Join our mental health counselors, Karina and Tija, tomorrow at 3 pm as they facilitate a therapeutic space in response to racial injustice. Together, we will process ways to pay attention to our own emotional and physical responses through body scanning, grounding techniques, and self-care strategies designed to promote healing and well-being. https://su.zoom.us/j/3833765737. This event is for Shenandoah students only. Questions? Contact [email protected].

"A Shenandoah education teaches us that every neighbor, every patient, every audience member, every client, every person deserves to be treated with kindness and respect. And that until we view each other with love, until we see each other as equal, until we value the worth of each individual, we cannot be fully effective as healthcare providers, performers, teachers, police officers, entrepreneurs, voters, neighbors or activists." — Tracy #BlackLivesMatter
https://www.su.edu/blog/2020/06/no-tolerance-for-racial-injustice/

Join us today at noon to make your voices heard:
https://www.su.edu/blog/2020/05/join-us-for-what-now-processing-racial-injustice-and-discovering-ways-to-make-change/

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Loudoun County, VA

Loudoun County to Hold Free COVID-19 Testing for All Ages June 1, 2020

loudoun.gov Loudoun County to Hold Free COVID-19 Testing for All Ages June 1, 2020

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#SUDayofGiving 2020

These challenging times won’t stop us! It is Day of Giving! Give to SU today to make a difference for our students! https://www.givecampus.com/ertftf

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Class of 2020, we've named a star in your honor! We hope that when you look at the night sky, you will feel full of pride at your accomplishments in the face of extraordinary adversity. You are the sons and daughters of the stars!

Congratulations to the May 2020 Undergraduate Nursing Awards recipients!!! #shenandoahnursing #shenandoahgrad

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"We made it! Congratulations on reaching the close of a spring semester that no one could have expected or completely prepared for, but with Shenandoah pride and spirit, we not only met the challenge that confronted us, we rose above it!" https://www.su.edu/blog/2020/05/marking-the-successful-end-of-an-unprecedented-semester/

Last Friday, the Accelerated Second Degree BSN graduates celebrated the Blessing of the Hands ceremony virtually. Despite not being able to celebrate together in person, the ceremony was very moving. It was led by Dr. Kathleen Eid-Heberle, Director of the nursing program at Scholar Plaza, who read the poem "Reflections on the Hands of a Nurse" and led the students in the washing of the hands ritual. Videos were shared showing many great moments in their 15 month journey, as well as faculty and students sharing stories and words of thanks. Dr. Andra Hanlon, Interim Dean of the School of Nursing, also addressed the graduates with her heartfelt congratulations.

Blessing of the Hands - Shenandoah University - Scholar Plaza: Loudoun campus

Yesterday, the Accelerated Second Degree BSN graduates celebrated the Blessing of the Hands ceremony virtually. Despite not being able to celebrate together in person, the ceremony was very moving. It was led by Dr. Kathleen Eid-Heberle, Director of the nursing program at Scholar Plaza, who read the poem "Reflections on the Hands of a Nurse" and led the students in the washing of the hands ritual. Videos were shared showing many great moments in their 15 month journey, as well as faculty and students sharing stories and words of thanks. Dr. Andra Hanlon, Interim Dean of the School of Nursing, also addressed the graduates with her heartfelt congratulations.

Encouragement from Dr. Karen Abraham

Here are some encouraging words for all of you from Dr. Karen Abraham. Enjoy!

SU Proud encouragement video

Enjoy this video by Sabrina Hines, AC Support Specialist.

Encouraging message from Jen Miller

As you head into the last week of classes know that we are all cheering for you. Here are some encouraging words from Jennifer Miller, PA faculty.

Tomorrow is #SUSpiritDay! Usually on Spirit Day we wear red and blue, but tomorrow in celebration of Apple Blossom everyone should wear their pink and green! Share your photo with #SURocksTheBloom and you could win a gift card to shopSUhornets.com!

Tomorrow is #SUSpiritDay! Usually on Spirit Day we wear red and blue, but tomorrow in celebration of Apple Blossom everyone should wear their pink and green! Share your photo with #SURocksTheBloom and you could win a gift card to shopSUhornets.com!

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We are all Hornets!

Enjoy this video from Jackie Hott, our Campus Manager.

The Mosaic Center at SU announces the virtual BeYOUtiful campaign starting today, April 20, through Friday, April 24. Take a selfie using the custom BeYOUtiful filter, post it using #SUBeYOUtiful, explain why you love yourself and nominate 3 people to do the same.

The Mosaic Center at SU announces the virtual BeYOUtiful campaign starting today, April 20, through Friday, April 24. Take a selfie using the custom BeYOUtiful filter, post it using #SUBeYOUtiful, explain why you love yourself and nominate 3 people to do the same.

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Dr. Karina Chace offers some encouraging words to students, faculty, and staff during this difficult time. If you are in need, reach out to Shenandoah's Counseling Center! https://www.su.edu/health-wellness/counseling-center/

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Our community’s health is in your hands | Shenandoah University

Our community’s health is in your hands. If you stay home, you will save lives — Maybe your own! #StayHome #StayHomeSaveLives #COVID19

su.edu We, as representatives of health care facilities, higher education and local governments, speak with one voice, in support of Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam’s stay-at-home order, and plead with all residents of the Northern Shenandoah Valley to stay home. By not leaving the region at all, and by not ...

Trying to be productive while self-isolating? By June 10 you can complete Summer 1 courses! Special discounted rate of $495 per online course! https://www.su.edu/academics/summer-course-offerings/

Here's a shoutout to all your new classmates, coworkers, and study buddies who are thrilled that you're home spending time with them! We're hoping Easton, puts a smile on your face! Comment your #SUpets photo here or tag your photo with #SUpets on instagram!

Photo: Megan Perry-Shifflett

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Online Classes for Rest of Semester, Working Remotely, Commencement & Other Updates | Shenandoah University

COVID-19 Update: All Spring 2020 semester classes will continue to be held online during their regularly scheduled time until the end of the semester, May 15, 2020.

su.edu The past week has been like nothing we’ve ever seen or expected. Classes went online, we learned about the importance of social distancing, and we accepted a never-before-seen disruption in our lives. But you — our students, faculty and staff — have done a truly extraordinary job of perseverin...

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Shenandoah Offers Care and Support | Shenandoah University

Our entire Shenandoah community is an extended family, and families look out for each other. We’re here to provide whatever support you need. Please reach out! Counselors, tutors, and more are here for you!

su.edu It is difficult to predict exactly how this situation will evolve over the next few weeks and it’s completely expected and appropriate to experience fear and worry during these uncertain times. There’s a lot happening with adapting to online learning, feeling like you’re missing out on college...

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Our first-year Physical Therapy students zoomed into their Musculoskeletal 1 course today! We hope everyone's online classes are off to a great start! https://www.su.edu/physical-therapy/
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Taking Additional Precautions to Combat COVID-19 as Virginia Declares State of Emergency | Shenandoah University

We are taking additional precautions to combat COVID-19 as Virginia declares state of emergency. Through March 30, residence halls will largely close, events are canceled or postponed, athletic practices and competitions are suspended, employees are encouraged to work remotely, and classes will be conducted online.

su.edu Dear Students, Parents, Faculty, and Staff, I’ve seen dozens of announcements over the past two days, by other schools and businesses, that start with “Out of an abundance of caution….” But at Shenandoah, it is so much more than that. And so it’s with an ABUNDANCE OF CARE that I am writing...

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FAQs on COVID-19 & Shenandoah's Plans | Shenandoah University

Review our COVID-19 FAQs for answers to your questions on: how classes, advising, and tutoring will continue as Shenandoah moves online from March 16-29? What is open on campus? What events are canceled or postponed? and more.

su.edu We are regularly adding to these COVID-19 FAQs. If you have questions that were not answered above, please reach out to [email protected].

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COVID-19 Update: Online Instruction Begins Monday for at Least Two Weeks | Shenandoah University

From March 16-29, Shenandoah will hold all classes and coursework online. Each day we will review the situation, and by March 26, we will make an announcement about whether we will resume full campus activity on March 30. We are suspending many campus events until March 30.

su.edu COVID-19 has had a major impact on our world and our nation, and now more cases are emerging in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Although there are still no confirmed reports of the virus impacting anyone at Shenandoah, we have made the following decisions to help ensure the health and safety of our un...

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Toto has nothing on this! Best hand washing "instructional" video ever! Thanks to musical theatre students Aidan Joyce ’23, Joe Verga ’23, and Jordan Champe ’23. Gotta wash for 20 seconds! https://www.cdc.gov/handwashing/when-how-handwashing.html

[03/05/20]   *Rock Your Red And Blue During SU Spirit Days*
Shenandoah is excited to announce the next SU Spirit Day is tomorrow, March 6. Spirit Days celebrate the variety of good things happening on campus each month. Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to wear red and blue or Shenandoah gear the first Friday of every month. Use the hashtag #SUSpiritDay to be featured on Shenandoah University social media accounts.

Questions? Contact the Office of Marketing & Communications at [email protected].

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Everyone's talking about Coronavirus. Join our experts tonight to find out why we are (and aren't) concerned. The expert panel features Biology, Public Health and Health Communications faculty. Join us in Henkel Hall at 6 pm. This event is free and open to the public. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScBayiMmv7mxm5adhlEBbHPABgfeyh9TxLJ-4pzjLtvDSDfag/viewform

After February 29, 2020, the next leap day will not happen again until 2024! A fun way to track our changes over the next four years is to create a leap year time capsule! A time capsule is a collection of items that are stored away as a method of communication to the people of the future. In this case, the people of the future will be you in four years! Gather your favorite things for your capsule. We’ll take care of the rest - capsules are available in The Hive.

Shenandoah University's Eleanor Wade Custer School of Nursing

Recent graduate in the Shenandoah University - Scholar Plaza: Loudoun Accelerated Second Degree (ASD) BSN Program, Cynthia Dove '19, shares her story.
#ShenandoahNursing
https://www.su.edu/blog/2020/02/nursing-alumna-turns-a-dream-into-a-career-that-fits-her-passion-to-serve-others/

SU Bookstore and Herff Jones (nursing pin sales)
will be here today!
10:00 am- 1:00 pm in The Hive

Roses Are Red
Violets Are Blue
Come To The Front Desk
We Have a Valentine’s Day Treat For You!

Stop by The Hive for cookies and hot chocolate.

Lynn and Donna rocking their red and blue during SU Spirt Day yesterday! #SUSpiritDay

[02/06/20]   Rock Your Red And Blue During SU Spirit Day Tomorrow!
Shenandoah is excited to announce the next SU Spirit Day is tomorrow, Feb. 7. Spirit Days celebrate the variety of good things happening on campus each month. Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to wear red and blue or Shenandoah gear the first Friday of every month. Use the hashtag #SUSpiritDay to be featured on Shenandoah University social media accounts.

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