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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.

Bearkat Legends

The following series highlights the Bearkats inducted into Sam Houston State University’s Hall of Honor this fall. All seven inductees were featured in Today@Sam articles throughout the academic year outlining their lives and athletic journeys.

Bearkat Legends: Lane Dennis

The following story is part of a series featuring the Bearkats inducted into Sam Houston State University’s Hall of Honor this fall. All seven inductees will be featured in Today@Sam articles throughout the academic year outlining their lives and athletic journeys.

SHSU COBA Students Excel In 56-Hour Competition

Students from the College of Business Administration excelled in the 20th Operations Simulation Competition hosted by MIT Operations Management Club and Processim Labs, a 56-hour global operations management competition. The students navigated a complex virtual environment with high costs and steep annual interest rates on loans of 255.5%.

Doctoral Students Earn Awards And Grants For Prestigious Summit

Two Sam Houston State University College of Criminal Justice doctoral students participated in the latest cohort of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences’ Doctoral Summit. Matthew Caines and Victoria Laugalis received a scholarship to join PhD students from across the country attending the ACJS 2024 annual meeting in March.

Commencement Spotlight: Kristina Block

As she neared the end of her time at Sam Houston State University, one College of Criminal Justice doctoral student was able to see her work recognized in a way that few can boast.

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