Construction is wrapping up on the new Student Health and Counseling Center, which is scheduled to open Aug. 25. Among the new amenities in the two-story, 29,600 square-foot facility will be triage and procedure rooms, a group therapy space, a relaxation room, and some exciting features for students, faculty and staff, alike. —Photo by Brian Blalock
For Summer Session II
- Alumni To Kick Off Summer Events With Dynamo Night
- Dance Profs’ Company To Premiere ‘Dark Matter’ In Houston
- Johnson Coliseum To Host Grappling Championship
- Planetarium To Explore ‘Castaways,’ ‘Pieces Of Glass’
- Photographers Can Take Shot At Prizes For Museum Contest
- Students Awarded $10k As ‘Future Business Legends’
- Global Center Receives Grant For Poland Project
- CJ To Welcome Freshmen With New Learning Community
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SHSU Named A 2014 'Great College To Work For'
Once again, The Chronicle of Higher Education has named SHSU a great place to work. For the fifth consecutive year, survey results indicate that employees are satisfied with the university as an employer. Details.
Alumnus To Address Almost 1k Graduates At Summer Ceremonies
Alan Tinsley will share his thoughts and experiences with degree candidates from SHSU’s seven colleges in two ceremonies on Aug. 2, at 9:30 a.m. for the Colleges of Education, Criminal Justice, and Fine Arts and Mass Communication; and at 2:30 p.m. for the Colleges of Business Administration, Health Sciences, Humanities and Social Sciences, and Sciences. Details.
Ridings Honored For Service, Contributions
SHSU sports information director Paul Ridings has been named the 2014 recipient of the Southland Conference's Louis Bonnette Sports Media Award. Details.
Kerrigan Appointed To National Board For Forensic Standards
Sarah Kerrigan, chair of the department of forensic science at Sam Houston State University, was appointed to a new national organization dedicated to developing standards and guidelines for the forensic science community to improve the scientific basis of evidence used in courts. Details.
SHSU, Huaiyin Normal University Sign Education Agreement
Under the agreement, students will spend their freshman and sophomore years at Huaiyin Normal University, in Huaianhsien, Jiangsu, China, and then come to Sam Houston State University for their junior year. Details.
New Bearkat OneCards Hit Mailboxes
Students, faculty and staff should be on the lookout for the new Bearkat OneCards mailed from HigherOne the week of June 16. These cards will replace the orange OneCards, which will be deactivated in the fall. Find out more about the new OneCard, how to activate it and what you should do if you haven't received a new card by clicking here.
Summer Repertory Theatre To Offer Five Shows In 10 Days
The Sam Houston State University Department of Theatre and Musical Theatre will continue its rich history of summer play production with a series of five shows in 10 days for its Summer Repertory Theatre program, July 21-30. Details.
Museum To Explore Texas Art With Events, Exhibits
The Sam Houston Memorial Museum is offering three activities and events this July that will explore the artistic side of Texas history, including the exhibit "Lost and Found in Texas," a tin punch demonstration and activity, and a day camp for youth who want to combine their interest in art and history. Details.
Bearkat Family Weekend Scheduled For Sept. 12-14
Families of Sam Houston State University’s more than 19,000 students are invited to participate in the spirit, pride and tradition of campus life Sept. 12-14 during this year’s Bearkat Family Weekend. The deadline to register is Aug. 25. Details.
New LEMIT Program Investigates Environmental Cases
Project EnCRiPT, a new program at the Bill Blackwood Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas, was recently launched to trains environmental enforcement officers from across the country on how to investigate cases. Details.
Prof Receives Hogg Grant For Incarceration, Mental Health Study
Adam T. Schmidt, an assistant professor in the Sam Houston State University Department of Psychology and Philosophy, has received a $19,250 grant from the Hogg Foundation for Mental Health to conduct a study that examines mental health symptoms and protective factors in children of incarcerated fathers. Details.
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