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CAM Magazine Brings Home AMA Houston Crystal Award

For the past four years, the publication has served as a channel of visibility for the college by celebrating the work of CAM students, faculty, staff, and alums. In addition to showcasing the college's achievements, productions, and contributions to the community, the state, and beyond, CAM Magazine is an invaluable tool for promoting CAM's mission and vision and elevating its reputation as a leading educational institution.

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SHSU Society of Professional Journalists Recognized Nationally

The SHSU Society of Professional Journalists, a student organization in the Department of Mass Communication, was recognized by the national organization for two programs held during the 2021–2022 academic year.

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Art Collector and Curator Murray Smither Receives 2022–2023 CAM Legacy Award

The Huntsville native has had a significant impact on culture as a gallerist who introduced internationally recognized contemporary artists to the Dallas area and provided Texas artists with national exposure as they rose to prominence in their respective careers.

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Dance, Music, & Neuroscience: A Groundbreaking Intersection

To understand the workings of the brain during a performance, scientists from the University of Houston’s BRAIN Center fitted dancers, including SHSU alumni Shohei Iwahama ‘22 and Evelyn Toh ‘21, with EEG caps to monitor their brain activity as they danced to choreography by SHSU faculty Andrew & Dionne Noble.

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