SHSU's James and Nancy Gaertner Performing Arts Center has been recognized as one of the top 25 campus arts centers in the nation by an education resource that provides information relating to higher education programs. Details. A complete listing of the rankings can be found here. — Photo by Brian Blalock
For Week of Jan. 25
- Cajun Band To Bring Mardi Gras Spirit To Campus
- Liberty, Security Lecture To Address Militarization Of Police
- Physics Colloquium To Explore Cutting-Edge Research
- Office To Host Study Abroad Informational Sessions
- Spanish Prof To Speak At Roundtable Event
- Texas Review Press Gives Voice To Women Of War
- Today@Sam Seeks Spring Calendar Info
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Online Programs Get Top Marks In National Rankings For Fourth Year
Among this year’s rankings were No. 5 in “Best Graduate Online Criminal Justice Degree Programs;” No. 7 in the “Graduate Online Information Technology Program;” and SHSU fell within the top 25 percent for “Best Online Bachelor's Degree Programs” and in the top third for the “Best Online MBA Programs.” Details.
SHSU Opera To Present ‘The Child And The Enchantment’
What do the Foxtrot, Asian harmonies and a boxing teapot have in common? They all come together to tell the story of Maurice Ravel’s opera “The Child and the Enchantment,” which will be presented in a unique collaboration between SHSU’s opera program and dance department on Friday and Saturday (Jan. 30-31). Details.
SHSU, Rotary To Bring Polio Fight To Campus
To raise awareness and critically needed funds to help fight the crippling disease polio, Sam Houston State University has joined with the Huntsville Rotary Club to host a series of events on Jan. 29. Details.
‘Let’s Talk!’ Scholarship Event Scheduled For March 19
Sam Houston State University will host its eighth annual “Let’s Talk!” scholarship benefit event on March 19, beginning at 6 p.m. in the Lowman Student Center Ballroom. Details.
Exhibit To Reveal 'Tropical Impressions' From Rita, Ike
The Sam Houston Memorial Museum will present “Tropical [Im]pression: A Gulf Coast Hurricane Retrospective,” an exhibition created by the Museum of the Gulf Coast and presented in partnership with Humanities Texas, through Feb. 13 in the Katy and E. Don Walker Sr. Education Center. Details.
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