Dominey Observatory Dazzles Stargazer

Sam Houston State University’s state-of-art Dominey Observatory has been bustling with activity since its opening. It recently hosted a special guest, Kaleb Jordan, and his family. Kaleb is a 15-year-old from Tomball, TX and a hobbyist astrophotographer with over 500 followers on his Facebook page, “Stargazer Kaleb.” In addition to his visit, he donated a metal print of the 2024 total solar eclipse to the observatory.

Heritage Magazine: Reynolds And Reynolds Company Foundation Pledges $100,000 In New Scholarships

The Reynolds and Reynolds Company Foundation has pledged $100,000 in scholarship funding for 20 exceptional students per year at Sam Houston State University. 

Heritage Magazine: A Tale Of Two Interns

SHSU graduates Sophia Cruz and Hunter King spent the summer of 2023 working as interns at Houston's NBC affiliate, KPRC-2. Their experience in the newsroom helped prepare them for their future careers as a meteorologist and reporter.

Michelle Guzman Receives SWBC Foundation Award

Michelle Guzman recently received the Texas Business Hall of Fame’s SWBC Foundation Award which is a significant achievement that recognizes a current graduate student that has excelled in their profession.

Heritage Magazine: Securing The Future

For over a year, Hayden Marshall has juggled continuing his education as a computer science student at Sam Houston State University with his responsibilities as an intern with the Institute of Homeland Security (IHS) within the College of Criminal Justice. Through this internship he has been able to aid in developing websites for IHS and an app for the Harris County Fire Marshal’s Office.

SHSU Continues Commitment To Armed Forces

Sam Houston State University continued to build on its prestigious reputation in the military community with a recent designation as a Top 10 Military Friendly Institution by Military Friendly. The new Top 10 classification, which represents the 2024-25 academic year, is a higher placement than last year’s Silver status.

Heritage Magazine: The Perfect Recipe For Student Success

One of the key features of working in criminal justice is being a public servant and working for the betterment of the community. Kayla Garcia’s experience as a graduate assistant at the Sam Houston State University Food Pantry has provided her with the perfect opportunity to gain experience serving her community.

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