STAFS, one of six willed-body donor programs in the United States that specializes in human decomposition research, has received national recognition for its work.

Dr. Sybil Bucheli, an entomology professor at Sam Houston State University, has been studying the affects of microbes on the human body and how that information can help potientially solve crimes.

Delia Gallinaro spent a two-weeks in the City of Dreams visiting the Vienna University of Technology as a fellow in the International Research Management Fellowship Program.

Texas is being invaded… again. But thanks to ongoing research at Sam Houston State University, this time the invaders may not be here to stay.

Recent Articles
SHSU's COBA Creates 3-D Printed Hand
SHSU's STAFS Featured in Article by The Guardian May 5, 2015
Research Recognition Luncheon 2015 April 29, 2015
2015 Internal Grant Awardees April 21, 2015
Graduate Students To 'Exchange' Research On Wednesday February 16, 2015
SHSU Offers First Multi-Disciplinary Ph.D. Program Forensic Science February 13, 2015
Medical, Allied Health Programs Awarded $20,000 Grant January 5, 2015

Members of the Sam Houston State University community are making extraordinary contributions to research and scholarship every day, and we are proud to showcase some of the great work being done at SHSU.

If you are a SHSU researcher (faculty, staff, or student) and you would like to share news about your research with us, we would love to talk to you and present your story on the ORSP website.

ORSP Welcomes New Communications Specialist

ORSP would like to welcome Ms. Allyson Korinsky to our staff. She is our new Communications Specialist, and will be responsible for the marketing and communication efforts of this office. This includes, but is not limited to: publishing articles via a quarterly ORSP newsletter, writing content for the ORSP website, and organizing specific ORSP-related events. Additionally, she will assist ORSP’s Associate Director with all aspects of the grant submission process.

Allyson earned her Bachelor of Arts degree with highest honors in English from the University of Texas at Arlington in 2014. Currently, she is pursuing her Master of Arts degree in English at Sam Houston State University. Allyson came to us from the College of Humanities and Social Sciences Dean’s office where she worked as a graduate assistant, contributing to the office’s various promotional efforts. She also worked for the Texas Review Press, performing needed manuscript editorial reviews. Previously, she worked for Montgomery County Emergency Management, where she assisted with the office’s annual grant administration efforts. Her well-rounded educational and work background will provide a unique set of skills with which to help faculty and contribute to ORSP’s success.