Articles Tagged “Mike Yawn”

  • SHSU’s LEAP Celebrates 10th Anniversary

    Among the many organizations on the SHSU campus, the Center for Law, Engagement, and Politics stands out as a premier organization for students interested in excelling in not only academics but also civic engagement. Led…

  • Heart Of Huntsville Project

    In our studios recently, along with participating SHSU students, political science professor Mike Yawn filled us in on one of the local cultural improvement endeavors the Center for Law, Engagement and Politics is involved in…

  • Citizenship Class Presented At Last Council Session

    At this week’s City Council session there was a presentation of 2015 Citizenship Class participants and SHSU student assistants. SHSU’s Center for Law Engagement and Politics Director and Political Science Professor, Mike Yawn, addressed councilmembers…

  • “Getting Life: An Innocent Man’s 25-Year Journey

    Michael Morton, who was wrongly convicted for the murder of his wife in 1986, will speak with SHSU’s Center for Law, Engagement, and Politics on tonight from 6:30-8 p.m. in College of Humanities and Social…

  • Law, Engagement, & Politics Center Events Ahead

    Our guests on “Around Town” this past weekend included SHSU political science professor Mike Yawn and Center for Law, Engagement & Politics Board members Karla Rosales and Megan Chapa. Mr. Yawn tells us the Center…

  • Seminar To Teach Students Leadership Skills

    The ability to lead is one of the most important qualities a college graduate can have when looking for a job. Three distinguished Huntsville leaders will share essential skills that will help students to be…

  • Citizenship Preparation Course Planned

    The Huntsville Public Library in conjunction with the Sam Houston State University Center for Law, Engagement, and Politics (LEAP) will present a free five week Citizenship Preparation Course Tuesdays in April from 6:00pm to 8:30pm…

  • SHSU Junior Fellows Charity Football Saturday

    SHSU’s Political Science Junior Fellows annual fundraising game happens this weekend. Political science professor Mike Yawn updates us . . . . CHARITY5-1-13  

  • Charter Review Committee Approved

    This week, the Huntsville City Council approved an eight-member City Charter Review Committee. The new committee includes James Anderson, Bill Daugette, John Escobedo, Maria McIver, Vanetta Mills, Rhonda Reddoch, Charles Smither, Jr., and Mike Yawn.…