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Shenandoah University is designated a “Standout University” by Apple. Webcast: http://learninginaction.apple.com/

Two Shenandoah University programs, Pharmacogenomics and Music Production and Recording Technology (MPRT), have been honored with Apple’s Distinguished Program Award for 2012-2013.

For Shenandoah University, an Apple Every Day: MacBooks, iPods to be Given to Students and Faculty Beginning in Fall (Northern Virginia Daily, Feb. 18, 2009)
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Shenandoah University Chooses Eco-Friendly MacBook (MacWorld, Feb. 13, 2009)
Shenandoah University has chosen Apple’s environmentally friendly MacBook computer and the iPod Touch as the foundation for its new mobile learning program. University officials said Apple’s commitment to the environment was crucial to its decision.
http://www.macworld.com/article/138826/209/02/macbookenviro.html

iMLearning (Integrated Mobile Learning) Program New at Shenandoah this Fall (The SUN, Feb. 11, 2009)
In the 2009-10 academic year, Shenan¬doah University will provide the aluminum MacBook to incoming full-time freshmen, some graduate students and a select group of full-time faculty — specifically those in¬volved with freshmen. The choice between an iPod touch or an iPhone will also be included in the package.
Shenandoah University chooses Eco-Friendly MacBook (CIO, from MacWorld, Feb. 13, 2009)
Shenandoah University promotes green living and tech-friendly environment with MacBooks, which Apple says include recyclable materials.
http://www.cio.com/article/481489/