Sam Houston State University will be closed Thursday and Friday, Nov. 27-28, in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday. On Saturday, the Bearkats will take on Southeastern La. at 1 p.m. at Bowers Stadium in the opening round of the FCS playoffs. Later, at 6 p.m., the men's basketball team will play the University of the Southwest in Johnson Coliseum. Residence halls will reopen at 2 p.m. on Sunday. Have a safe and happy Thanksgiving!-- Photo by Brian Blalock
For Week Of Nov. 30
- Tree Ceremony To Light The Way To Holiday Season
- Jr. Bearkats To Host Second Ice Rink Event
- Workshop To Aid Students In Scholarship Application Process
- Physics To End Semester With Two ‘Bad Astronomy’ Showings
- Programs To Give Fall Curtain Call For Music School
- One-Night Event To Demonstrate Performance, Video Art
- Center To Provide Cost-Effective Holiday Shopping Tips
- Health Sciences Honor Society Initiates 20
- French Honor Society Inducts Six
- Staff Council Spotlights Accounting Clerk For November
- Today@Sam Seeks Spring Calendar Info
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Counselor Education Prof Named 'Regents' Professor'
Sam Houston State University Distinguished Professor of Counselor Education Richard E. Watts has been honored this year with the Regents’ Professor Award. The award is given by the Texas State University System Board of Regents to recognize professors whose performance and contributions to the educational community have been exemplary. Details.
Three Presentations To Address CJ-Related Issues, Opportunities
The College of Criminal Justice will host three speakers who will share their experiences, including Scott Radnitz, discussing "'Birthers, Truthers, and Soros's Jackals:' American and Post-Soviet Conspiracy Theories" on Nov. 20, and Almir Maljevic, discussing crime and justice in Bosnia and Herzegovina on Nov. 24. Details.
'Ready Player One' Contest Winners Recognized
The First Year Experience Office treated the winners of this year's Bearkats Read to Succeed "Ready Player One"-themed contests to lunch on Nov. 13 as one of the closing events for this year's Author's Forum. Details.
Global Center To Tackle Race Of ‘Dear White People’
Sam Houston State University’s Global Center for Journalism and Democracy will tackle some of the pervasive issues and themes of the new film "Dear White People" during a screening and panel discussion of the film on Dec. 3. Details.
Museum Re-Accredited By National Alliance
The Sam Houston Memorial Museum has again been awarded the highest honor a museum can receive—accreditation by the American Alliance of Museums. Friends of the museum, board members, and SHSU administrators and staff joined in a celebratory announcement in the Rotunda of the museum on Wednesday. Details.
TSUS Regents Meeting Summary
The Texas State University System Board of Regents took action on several items relating to academic affairs, tuition and fees, and planning and construction for Sam Houston State University during the board’s quarterly meeting at Lamar University in Beaumont on Friday (Nov. 7). Details.
SHSU Considering Health Sciences Campus Options
As the need for highly-skilled health professionals grows in the region, Sam Houston State University is considering a number of ways to meet these demands. One option may include the location of a health sciences campus in Montgomery County. Details.
Alumna To Head National Institute Of Justice
Nancy Rodriguez, an alumna who has been honored by Sam Houston State University’s College of Criminal Justice, was recently appointed by President Barack Obama as the new director of the National Institute of Justice. Details.
SHSU Issues Statement On The Ebola Virus
Sam Houston State Univesity's statement regarding the Ebola virus and campus health can be found on the SHSU Student Health Center's website.
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