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Alumni To Address More Than 1,700 Fall Graduates
- Two Sam Houston State University alumni who have achieved success in their respective fields will share their thoughts and secrets to success with approximately 1,763 graduating students during commencement exercises on Dec. 11-12.
Animal Science Professor Named 2015 Distinguished Educator
- Marcy Beverly, professor of animal science at Sam Houston State University, recently was awarded the 2015 Non-Land Grant Agriculture and Renewable Resources Universities’ Distinguished Educator Award.
Master of Fine Arts Reading Series To Feature Visiting Professor
- The Sam Houston State University Master of Fine Arts program in creative writing, editing and publishing will introduce its newest professor as the program continues its annual reading series on Wednesday (Nov. 11).
Forum Focuses on Future of Texas Criminal Justice
- Forum Focuses on Future of Texas Criminal Justice.
Job Fair To Connect Future Teachers With Schools, Districts
- Students looking to go from the classrooms of Sam Houston State University to the classrooms of one of the thousands of schools across the state will have an opportunity to talk with some of those schools on Wednesday (Oct. 7).
Houston News Anchor To ‘Mingle’ At SHSU
- You see her on the evening news, but now you can see and hear from her in person.
SHSU Health Center To Provide Free Flu Shots
- To protect Sam Houston State University’s students, faculty and staff in the upcoming flu season, the Student Health Center will offer free vaccinations over the course of six days on the SHSU main campus, as well as at The Woodlands Center.
Multi-Genre Author To Open Fall MFA Reading Series
- The book taken from the library shelf opens, and from between its pages drops a letter tucked there years ago by another reader and forgotten.
Local Colleges and Universities Continue to Update Emergency Response Systems
- Local colleges and Universities continue to update emergency response systems.
Apologetic Sam Houston State Student Won't Get Punished by Sam for Tweet
- Not long after apologizing, the Sam Houston State University student whose social media comments about a deputy's killing went viral now knows she will not receive a punishment from her school.
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