With many new or emerging English speakers in Texas classrooms, the need for bilingual diagnosticians has become more imperative.
SHSU has earned national recognition in U.S. News & World Report. Considered the global authority in education rankings, the publication recently announced the 2023 Best Online Programs.
The Blinn College District and SHSU announced a new partnership program that will allow students to earn their associate degree from Blinn before completing their bachelor's degree at Sam Houston State.
The Center for Assessment, Research and Educational Safety (CARES) at Sam Houston State University launched its first podcast episode on Jan. 17. The podcast shares its name with CARES and focuses on educational safety through a variety of lenses.
Vickie Mitchell and the team at Sam Houston State University’s Eleanor and Charles Garrett Center on Transition and Disability Studies have been blazing a trail in the lives of many on and off campus since the center’s inception in 2017.
A Charles Butt Scholar redefines her legacy through teaching
Go to the people. It is the start of a famous quote by philosopher Lao Tzu that SHSU's Benita Brooks has always considered the driving force behind her strategy to serve others. It was also an intricate reason she was named the university's 2022 David Payne Academic Community Engagement Award recipient.
President Alisa White recognized university employees for their service and accomplishments during the annual Faculty and Staff Meeting on Aug. 31.
SHSU faculty members who have attained significant honors and achievements during the year were recently recognized at the Annual President's Academic Awards Dinner.
SHSU professors whose scholarly accomplishments, service and academic engagement stand out among their peers have been honored with the 2022 Faculty Excellence Awards.
Ricardo Montelongo, associate professor of educational leadership, was recently honored by two different universities.
Tiffany Luna's academic achievements led her to the amazing opportunity of becoming a Terry Foundation Scholar at Sam Houston State University. While her success as a student has been impressive, she still had challenges with being the first in her family to pursue a college degree.
To find out how much B.E. Blessed has grown in the last few years, one would simply have to ask Baily Cowart and her family how many school supply donations have flooded the upstairs portion of their Conroe home in recent months.
The Center for Community Engagement was selected as the first-ever recipient of the national We the People Award presented by the American Democracy Project.
Past News Stories
Commencement Spotlight: Destiny Burton May 13, 2022
Commencement Spotlight: Deirdre Holloway April 28, 2022
Teacher Preparation Program Awarded For Excellence July 20, 2021
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