Articles Tagged “SHSU”

  • Joan Prouty Conference on Early Literacy

    Joan Prouty Conference on Early Literacy

    SHSU will host the annual “Joan Prouty Conference on Early Literacy.” The event is set for 8:30am-3:15pm Oct. 8. The conference is designed for elementary educators interested in literacy in a multilingual context. Guest speakers…

  • Quanta Services Offers Course Help at SHSU

    A multimillion-dollar partnership established between Sam Houston State University’s Department of Agricultural Sciences and Engineering Technology and Houston-based Quanta Services will provide a unique opportunity for SHSU students to enhance their leadership abilities and workforce…

  • Cyber Issues Coming up on Real Talk with C/J at SHSU

    In the past in Iran, a computer virus introduced through a simple USB device shut down a uranium enrichment facility, crippling the country’s controversial nuclear industry. In Crimea, a hacker took down a power grid,…

  • Kat Safety Bash Ahead

    The Big Kat Safety Bash is coming to SHSU. University Police Officer Jeff Butterworth has the information . . . .

  • SHSU KATSAFE Test

    Sam Houston State University will conduct a full test of the KatSafe mass notification system—including siren, email, voice and text messaging, social media, and the desktop alert this morning at 10:55. It is not necessary…

  • Political Science Professor Mike Yawn Passes Along Info on Intern Application

    If you’re an SHSU student interested in politics, political science professor Mike Yawn passes along an opportunity you might be interested in . . . .   Those interested can contact Professor Yawn at 294-1456,…

  • SHSU Urges Phone Number Updating for KatSafe Users

    From weather closings to safety issues, SHSU uses a variety of methods through KatSafe to provide alerts and updates on situations affecting the SHSU community. Among those are website messaging, outdoor sirens, voice mail, email,…

  • Kat Safety Bash Ahead

    A special safety program is planned at SHSU. The University’s Director or Emergency Preparedness and Safety, David Yebra, addressed the Huntsville City Council at their regular meeting this week about the event . . .…

  • SHSU Programs Rank in Top 10 in Nation

    Again, SHSU makes out well nationwide in university education. Manager of Communications Jennifer Gauntt tells us all about it . . . .   GradSource.com general manager Mark Burham says, “Our methodology for the ranking…

  • Professor Mike Yawn Talks about Center for Law, Engagement and Politics

    Many student organizations at SHSU are beginning to get underway with their activities. One of the many great student organizations is the Center for Law, Engagement and Politics—LEAP. The group’s director is Political Science Professor…