From Gorillas To Game Day
Alumnus David Brady uses his radio-television degree to tell two different stories—in his "day job," he creates narratives for the animals at the Houston Zoo; by "night," he is the voice of the Texans.
Taking on the ‘Bully’ Pulpit
Psychology major Lauren Galley fought back after being harassed online as a young girl by creating a non-profit organization to promote self-confidence and then carrying that message on the road.
Building on a Legacy
Several SHSU professors are continuing a tradition of campus service that began long before they joined the faculty, a tradition that was started decades ago, in their childhoods, by their parents.
Communicating the ‘Governing’ Principles
Cheznay Dones believes that each obstacle she has faced has brought her one step closer to achieving her dreams, including her latest accomplishment—appointment to a professional board.
Thanks to a strong licensing program, SHSU apparel and merchandise are seeing an increased presence in regional retail outlets.
Possible Case of Viral Meningitis At SHSU
Sam Houston State University has just learned of a possible case of viral meningitis. The student with the illness lives off campus and is being treated.
Viral meningitis is generally less severe than bacterial meningitis and resolves without specific treatment, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Please refer to the CDC for additional information about the illness, including signs and symptoms. Should you suspect you are experiencing viral meningitis symptoms, please report to your nearest Emergency Room.
Josu De Solaun, a new professor in SHSU’s School of Music, took first prize in the Bucharest, Romania, Enescu Competition.
The “Ottis Lock Superior Book Award” recognizes the best book on East Texas history.
The award program recognizes teaching assistants, who can be nominated until Nov. 3.
Sharpe-Zohn Duo Performance
Tonight, at 7:30 p.m. in the GPAC Recital Hall.
A student-choreographed fundraising concert, on Thursday and Friday, at 8 p.m. in the GPAC Dance Theater.
E.O. Wiley Lecture
Featuring biologist John Wingfield, on Thursday, at 7 p.m. in the Smith-Hutson Building's Mafrige Auditorium.
The SHSU Small Business Development Center provides confidential and free small business consulting to the surrounding eight county service area; serves as a primary referral source for financial institutions, business and trade groups; and offers training and real-world solutions for start-ups or existing businesses.