Stepping up for Students

Stepping up for Students

Criminal justice major Dylan McFarland is drawing upon his SHSU experiences to make a difference as the fifth Bearkat to serve on the Texas State University System Board of Regents.

Rising to a New Challenge

Rising to a New Challenge

After 19 years of military service, business major Pablo Sanchez continues to be a leader off of the battlefield, supporting his fellow veteran heroes by openly sharing his experiences with PTSD.

Marketing ‘Service’

Marketing ‘Service’

In his ACE classes, Sanjay Mehta equips his students for the business world by engaging them in real-world strategies that they apply in projects throughout the community.

Dominating on Defense

Dominating on Defense

All-American defensive end P.J. Hall enters his junior year looking to capitalize on the quickness and agility that has led him to become the football program's all-time leader in tackles for loss.

Last Update: 08/24/2016 11:18 AM

The Texas Department of State Health Services has confirmed one case of the Zika virus in Walker County. Walker County Emergency Management Coordinator Butch Davis verified the case was travel-related and contracted outside Walker County.

The Texas Governor's office, the City of Huntsville and Sam Houston State University are sharing guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and The Texas Department of State Health Services’s website TexasZika.org to encourage residents to practice mosquito bite prevention from infectious insects possibly carrying the Zika virus.

Learn more about ways to protect yourself at the CDC website, at cdc.gov/zika/prevention/prevent-mosquito-bites.html, or for more information, visit the SHSU Health Center website, at shsu.edu/dept/student-health-center, or the City of Huntsville website, at huntsvilletx.gov/ReadyHuntsville.

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