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UMC 2020 Accomplishments:

  • 589
    GRAPHIC DESIGN
    PROJECTS
  • SFA's OFFICIAL TWITTER ACCOUNT
    ranked in TOP 10 of Division 1
    universities for ENGAGEMENT 
    HIGHER ED 2018 SOCIAL
    MEDIA ENGAGEMENT REPORT
  • 47
    VIDEO
    PROJECTS
  • 183
    MEDIA RELEASES
    WRITTEN
  • 10
    SITES
    launched with
    257 total WEBPAGES
  • 99
    ISSUES OF
    SFA TODAY
  • 240
    EMAILS
    DISTRIBUTED

News

  • Dr. Kirk A. Calhoun, president, The University of Texas at Tyler; Dr. Steve Westbrook, interim president, Stephen F. Austin State University; Jim and Margaret Perkins; Dr. Juan E. Mejia, president and CEO, Tyler Junior College; and Dr. J. Blair Blackburn, president, East Texas Baptist University.

    Jim and Margaret Perkins were the recipients of this year’s Texas Higher Education Distinguished Service Award. The two were honored at an event Wednesday at Headliners Club in Austin. Pictured, from left, are Dr. Kirk A. Calhoun, president, The University of Texas at Tyler; Dr. Steve Westbrook, interim president, Stephen F. Austin State University; Jim and Margaret Perkins; Dr. Juan E. Mejia, president and CEO, Tyler Junior College; and Dr. J. Blair Blackburn, president, East Texas Baptist University.

  • Zoe Weil

    In her first appearance before a Stephen F. Austin State University audience, Zoe Weil, co-founder and president of the Institute for Humane Education, will present “The World Becomes What We Teach: A Solutionary Approach to Humane Education” at 5:30 p.m. March 2 on Zoom.

  • Cindy and Bryan Pruett

    Cindy and Bryan Pruett of Appleby Community Farm near Nacogdoches will be the guest speakers at Stephen F. Austin State University’s February Theresa and Les Reeves Lecture Series. They will present at 7 p.m. Feb. 9 in the Pineywoods Native Plant Center’s Brundrett Conservation Education Building.