Articles Tagged “online”

  • Operation “You Are Not Forgotten”

    Operation “You Are Not Forgotten”

    Operation “You Are Not Forgotten” is set for noon-9pm Nov. 10 at the H.E.A.R.T.S. Veterans of Museum of Texas in Huntsville. Donations are being solicited to ensure our troops & military families are not forgotten…

  • Huntsville ISD Board Seeks Community Input for Superintendent Search Process

    The Huntsville Independent School District Board of Trustees has employed DRV Executive Search Services to conduct the superintendent search process for the school district. The Board has requested that school personnel and the public be…

  • Military Helps in Hurricane Restoration

    Various branches of the military reserves have been put into action to handle the aftermath of recent hurricanes. For example, in a briefing at the Defense Department Friday General Diana Holland of the U-S Army…

  • Bill Angrove Named TSUS Chief Online Education Officer

    Bill Angrove, associate vice president for distance education at Sam Houston State University, has been named chief online education officer for The Texas State University System by Chancellor Brian McCall. In addition to his position…

  • SHSU Offers New Graduate Certificate

    Story by Emily Binetti Few topics dominate today’s public discourse like healthcare. In a rapidly expanding digital media world, health information can often be immense and overwhelming. Employers in the healthcare field need well-trained communicators who…

  • Bearkat Baseball Today

    The Sam Houston State Bearkats held on for 9-8 win over Texas Tech on Sunday night at Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park to set up a winner-take-all game today in the Lubbock Regional…

  • HISD Incident Reporter System

    In a recent press release, Huntsville ISD reports they are committed to ensuring that their schools are safe and they want to inform all parents, students, staff members, and stakeholders that the district website has…

  • SHSU’s Homeland Security Studies Master’s Program Moving to Woodlands Center

    The master’s program in homeland security studies at Sam Houston State University will be moving to SHSU-The Woodlands Center in the fall to better accommodate students and professionals in businesses and government agencies in the…

  • “Bearkat All Paws In” Needs Volunteers

    “Bearkat All Paws In” is the largest community service event undertaken at SHSU. It’s hosted by the Student Government and will have volunteers throughout the Walker County area volunteering at sites that need volunteers. The…

  • Renewing Drivers Licenses Online

    The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is reminding residents to get ahead of the Spring Break influx at driver license offices by renewing their license or identification (ID) card early or online. The weeks…