Articles Tagged “SHSU”

  • SHSU Professor Honored with Distinguished Professor Award

    Larry Hoover, professor of criminal justice at Sam Houston State University, recently was named a Distinguished Professor for his outstanding contributions to SHSU and the criminal justice field. The announcement was made at the annual…

  • Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts Visit SHSU Campus

    Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts from all over the state gathered on Sam Houston State University’s campus on April 30th for the seventh annual Scouts@Sam event. On-campus recruitment coordinator Christopher Arcos said,“Thanks to new facilities,…

  • One-Way Streets & Paid Parking Coming to SHSU

    It’s official now. The City Council voted this week to change Bearkat Boulevard and Bobby K Marks Drive in the SHSU area to one-way streets and put in paid parking spaces. There will be a…

  • SHSU Author Talks about Mexican Mafias

    Our guest on “Around Town” this weekend was SHSU assistant professor of security studies Dr. Nathan Jones, whose book, “Mexico’s Illicit Drug Networks and the State Reaction,” was just published. One of the things he…

  • Career Workshop at SHSU

    The Sam Houston State University College of Humanities and Social Sciences will host a Communications Studies Career Workshop on Monday (April 25) from 2-4 p.m. in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences Building Room…

  • SHSU Author Talks About His Safety in Mexico

    As everyone knows from the headlines coming out of Mexico from time to time, drug cartels and their operations there can sometimes pose a threat to personal safety. SHSU assistant professor of security studies, Nathan…

  • Conference at SHSU to Discuss Criminal Justice Issues

    Sam Houston State University’s chapter of the National Association of Blacks in Criminal Justice will host its fourth annual “What Would Lady Justice Do?” mini-conference on April 23rd from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in…

  • SHSU Professor’s Book a Finalist for a Pulitzer

    The book, “Marching Home: Union Veterans and Their Unending Civil War” by SHSU assistant professor of history at SHSU Brian Jordan, has been named a finalist for the 2016 Pulitzer Prize in History. We asked…

  • Closings and Delays Due to Rain

    Closings and delays: HISD is open today. Region 6 Education Service Center is closed today. Willis ISD is closed today. Anderson-Shiro ISD opens at 10 this morning. Richards ISD is closed. Onalaska ISD has a…

  • Opera Presentation Thursday

    This week, members of Sam Houston State University Opera and SHSU’s Center for Early Music Research and Performance will do both, when on Thursday, April 14th,  they will present Carlo Agostino Badia’s chamber opera “The…