Kathryn Ganske, dean of the Eleanor Wade Custer School of Nursing at Shenandoah University, stands in the school’s new cadaver lab in the Health and Life Sciences building Monday.
Shenandoah University President Tracy Fitzsimmons (right), and her family tour the school’s new Health and Life Sciences building on its opening day. Her son Dash (left) and twin brother Jag, 8, react to finding a pulse on a full body adult patient simulator as sister Shayla, 10, looks on. At back is Tracy’s mother, Carolyn Fitzsimmons.
Shenandoah University professor Gretchen Burks teaches her Medical Surgical Nursing III class in the newly opened Health and Life Sciences building Monday.
The new Health and Life Sciences building at Shenandoah University opened for classes Monday. The $25 million facility houses classrooms and some faculty offices.