Articles Tagged “SHSU”

  • SHSU Research Park Efforts Updated at Council Meeting

    At Tuesday’s session of the Huntsville City Council, the efforts regarding the choice of a site for a proposed SHSU research park were discussed. Interim City Manager Chuck Pinto said they are looking at information…

  • Book Underway on Captain Joe Byrd Cemetery

    A book on part of the history of the Huntsville area is underway by an SHSU graduate who is now a professor at Indiana State University. SHSU Criminal Justice Public Relations Officer Beth Kuhles has…

  • SHSU’s LEMIT Completes Texas Police Chief Survey

    SHSU Criminal Justice Public Relations Officer Beth Kuhles informs us that this past spring semester the Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas, LEMIT, at SHSU, completed a survey of Texas police chiefs. She passes along…

  • Commissioners Approve State Health Services and Shelter Agreement

    At this week’s session of Walker County Commissioners’ Court, Emergency Management Coordinator Butch Davis spoke with Commissioners about an agreement regarding the Department of State Health Services and the Walker County Storm Shelter. Previously, when…

  • City Council Discusses Annexation Hearing Dates

    At Tuesday evening’s regular session of the Huntsville City Council, there was much discussion from councilmembers and citizens over setting annexation hearing dates for discussion of SHSU’s planned research park. The research park is planned…

  • Council Discusses SHSU Research Park

    Huntsville City Council members held a special session last night to discuss SHSU’s planned Research Park. Tipton and Associates Architect Ken Tipton explained to the Council who was involved in the project . . .…

  • SHSU Faculty Recognized with 2012 Excellence Awards

    Professors at Sam Houston State University do more than just teach. For the approximately 2,000 faculty members currently teaching at SHSU, their days are filled not only with service in the classroom, but within their…

  • SHSU’s “Squared Away” Veterans Helping the Community

    A group of SHSU students who are veterans are continuing to help their community.  The “Squared Away” group of veterans are here to help the less fortunate with certain projects. Spokesperson Nathan Brown tells us…

  • College at SHSU Seeks Nominees for Wall of Honor

    The College of Humanities and Social Sciences is seeking outstanding alumni and faculty to be recognized as part of its third annual Wall of Honor. According to College of Humanities and Social Sciences Dean John…

  • SHSU Biologists Honored

    SHSU Associate Director of Communications, Julia May, tells us that two of SHSU’s professors have been selected as exemplary biologists for participation in the research residency of the American Society for Microbiology’s Biology Scholars program…