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LIBRARY SUMMER HOURS

When: May 31 – August 3

Newton Gresham Library summer hours are as follows:

Sunday: 2:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Monday through Thursday: 7:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Friday: 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Saturday: 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Contact: Terrie Newman (4-1613, tjn001@shsu.edu)


ADDITIONAL SECTION OF INTRODUCTION TO TECHNICAL WRITING OPENS IN SUMMER

When: Summer II, weekdays from 8 – 9:50 a.m.
Where: Main Campus

A new course section, English 3330.04: Introduction to Technical Writing, has recently been added to the Summer II course offerings in English. Don't miss this opportunity to take one of the courses required by many degree plans across the University. Or, if you wish, take it as an elective. The course will be taught by Dr. Darci Hill.

Contact: Darci Hill (4‐1473; eng_dnh@shsu.edu)


NEW MASTER OF EDUCATION IN COMPARATIVE AND GLOBAL EDUCATION

Application Deadline for Fall 2016 Class: August 1

The Department of Curriculum and Instruction within the College of Education is introducing a new master degree program in Comparative and Global Education. The program prepares individuals to teach and conduct research in a variety of education endeavors; act as a specialist for domestic and overseas programs and non-governmental agencies; and engage in analysis of educational issues in the United States and internationally.  For more program and application information, please visit our website.

Contact: Dr. William Edgington (4-­1213; wedgington@shsu.edu)
Download: Program Flyer


13th ANNUAL SHSU TEACHING AND LEARNING CONFERENCE

When: August 18, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Where: CHSS and LSC

Come join us for the 13th annual university-wide conference on teaching and learning in all of the disciplines.  All instructors, including tenure-track faculty, adjuncts and clinical faculty, graduate teaching assistants, and teaching staff are welcome.  Share your ideas with colleagues and learn from them on how to improve your teaching.  The keynote speaker will be Dr. Todd Zakrajsek, who will be sharing his expertise about recent science on the brain and learning, and how this practically applies to instruction.  The conference will also feature interactive sessions, and a panel discussion with five of SHSU’s Excellence in Teaching Award winners. Registration is required, and the preferred registration deadline is August 3. See the schedule and register online here.

Contact: Todd Primm, PACE (4-2689; tprimm@sam.edu)


60th ANNUAL AMERICAN STUDIES ASSOCIATION OF TEXAS MEETING

When: November 10-12, 2016
Call for Papers Submission Deadline: Sept. 9
Where: SHSU Lowman Student Center

Please join us for this year’s event. ASAT welcomes submissions that address the conference theme, “Intersections of Innovation, Ideology, and Imagination in American Studies” (see attached Call for Papers).  Conference registration is $65.00 (annual membership dues, mandatory for presenters, not included in the registration fee). For more information, please contact Barbara Miles, Conference Coordinator/President, ASAT 2016 or visit www.asatexas.org

Contact: Barbara Miles (eng_bem@shsu.edu)
Download: Call for Papers


Upcoming Events - Save the Date!


60th Annual American Studies Association of Texas Conference

November 10-12, 2016
SHSU Lowman Student Center

Contact: Barbara Miles
                eng_bem@shsu.edu


Cathi Gillette
Assistant to the Vice Provost
gillette@shsu.edu
4-1006

 


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