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News | October 2017

October 20, 2017
PASS Program to present BalletX on November 11
Rude Mechanicals to perform ‘All’s Well That Ends Well’ beginning November 3
October 19, 2017
Howard-Bostic brings leadership, social justice training to Berkeley County schools
Shepherd to host art education conference October 27-28
October 18, 2017
Music department to host October 27 choir concert
Education majors earn awards from international honor society
October 17, 2017
HPERS faculty, nursing student take Narcan training
Red Hoop Pow Wow returns to Shepherd October 28
Mott to present October 30 Faculty Research Forum
October 16, 2017
HPERS to sponsor October 30 talk about opioid addiction
Exhibit by alumnus Schonberger scheduled for Phaze 2 Gallery
The 17th annual Shep-or-Treat scheduled October 25
October 13, 2017
Foundation board of directors appoints new directors and officers
October 12, 2017
Deadline for Appalachian anthology book is November 15
Volunteers needed for November 11 FIRST LEGO League competition
October 11, 2017
Facilities management employees raise breast cancer awareness
October 10, 2017
Ram Band to get new uniforms
October 9, 2017
Next President’s Lecture Oct. 23 to focus on intelligence community
Teach-In on human trafficking scheduled for October 17
October 6, 2017
Scarborough Society to host panel discussion on the culture of sustainable farming
October 5, 2017
Faculty, students participate in opioid forum
Graduate Studies offers master’s degree in data analytics
October 4, 2017
Biochemistry program receives accreditation
Campus southern magnolia wins largest tree contest
October 3, 2017
Salon Series opens with Oct. 26 concert by Slovenian-born pianist
October 2, 2017
Arsenic in drinking water is topic of October 9 Faculty Research Forum

News | September 2017

September 29, 2017
Alumni and Ram fans invited to October 6 Homecoming Happy Hour
September 28, 2017
Women for Shepherd to host Oct. 15 women’s health presentation
C-SPAN3 to air second Antietam Cemetery commemorative lecture on September 30
Department of Art to host October 9 open house
September 27, 2017
Music department to offer October 10 information session on spring trip to Spain, Portugal
September 26, 2017
Education department to host October 3 open house for high school students
Registration deadline for Seeding Your Future is September 29
September 25, 2017
Officials cut ribbon on Potomac Place
Registration open for October 26-27 humanities and environment symposium
Athletic department raises awareness of muscular dystrophy
September 22, 2017
Korcsmaros awarded the first endowed MSA scholarship
September 21, 2017
C-SPAN3 to air Antietam Cemetery commemorative lecture on September 23
Martinsburg Center receives grant for student scholarships, internships
Team River Runner to host November 11 kayak football tournament
September 20, 2017
College of Social and Behavioral Sciences opens new psychology lab
September 19, 2017
Shepherd receives $15k grant to address issue of smoking on campus
September 15, 2017
Cancelled: September 19 President Lecture on lead in drinking water
Music department to host October 9 visitation day
September 14, 2017
Institute of Environmental and Physical Sciences hosts GIS meeting
Appalachian Writer-in-Residence, Appalachian Festival scheduled September 22-30
September 13, 2017
Dobish receives grant for Aging Well Workshop
September 12, 2017
Jarrell, Nicholls spent three weeks in Italy at European Innovation Academy
Nursing department joins state attorney general’s office to fight opioid abuse
September 8, 2017
Fall Lifelong Learning classes to begin September 11
Education department receives $20k grant to promote PreK and elementary literacy
September 7, 2017
Scarborough Library hosting ‘Looking at Appalachia’ photo exhibit through September 30
Common Reading events planned September 18 and October 3
September 6, 2017
Postponed: Lead in drinking water the topic of September 19 President’s Lecture
September 1, 2017
WSHC radio station simulcasting NPR, WV Public Broadcasting programs
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