Bearkat Women?s Basketball Vs. Southwestern: Nov. 4, 3 p.m. @ Johnson Coliseum
Nov. 5 Journeys Seminar: featuring Sibyl Bucheli, assistant professor of entomology, at 4 p.m. in the Smith-Hutson Building's Haney Auditorium, in Room 186. The lecture, sponsored by the Elliott T...
LSC Art Gallery; Students who submitted art to the Bearkats Read to Succeed art contest in response to the book The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks will be recognized at this reception. Prize winners ...
Students of Dr. Peggy DeMers.
Tues., November 6, 10-Noon, NGL 157 The classes listed below are free to faculty and staff. The classes are taught on Windows machines and meet in NGL room 157 unless otherwise noted. Registration is...
Dr. Rhonda Callaway Women and Cancer: Patient, Human Subject, Victim and Survivor. What were and are women?s rights when it comes to cancer treatment? How are women changing how cancer research is conducted?...
Dr. Donovan Haines Chemistry That's Personal: Drugs, Herbs, Sugar, and Cancer Does sugar cause cancer? Can the food you eat change how prescribed drugs act in your body? How can your genetics affect...
Wed., November 7, 2-4pm, NGL 157 The classes listed below are free to faculty and staff. The classes are taught on Windows machines and meet in NGL room 157 unless otherwise noted. Registration is required...
Dr. Diana Buccafurni-Huber On The Moral Value of Dignity Dr. Buccafurni-Huber will discuss the moral value of dignity as it relates to the context of biomedical research. She will discuss what valuing...
Dr. Bernadette Pruitt, Moderator Hot Topics Expert Panel Discussion Race, Disease, Gender, and Education: Issues Raised in the Book The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks
Dr. Todd Primm - Science of Immortal Cells LSC Ballroom What are immortal cells? How are they related to cancer? How have HeLa cells been involved in biomedical research? Answers to these and other ...
SHSU students Risa Mitchell and Erik Johnson interview Sonny Lacks. Sonny gives audiences a sincere first-person perspective on the collision between ethics, race and the commercialization of human tissue...
Artist Reception for Sand in the Line Exhibit
Bearkat Volleyball Vs. McNeese St.: Nov. 8, 7 p.m. @ Johnson Coliseum
Guest Artist: Ionut Voina, cello, with Dr. Ilonka Rus
Part of the School of Music's Festival of Strings
Fri., November 9, 1-4pm, NGL 157 The classes listed below are free to faculty and staff. The classes are taught on Windows machines and meet in NGL room 157 unless otherwise noted. Registration is required...
The Thomason Special Collections "Book Talk" will featuring Ed Williams, who will discuss his book Hood's Texas Brigade in the Civial War. A tour of the special collections will follow. ...
Bearkat Volleyball Vs. Lamar: Nov. 10, 3 p.m. @ Johnson Coliseum
James & Nancy Gaertner Performing Arts Center GPAC Box Office: (936) 294-2339 Tickets: $15/$12/$5 (SHSU students)