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Q&A with Dr. Louis Harveson

We recently caught up with SRSU faculty member Dr. Louis Harveson, who was named Regents’ Professor at the November 2018 Board of Regents’ Meeting.  Dr. Harveson is a professor of Natural Resource Management and is the Dan Allen Hughes, Jr., Director of the Borderlands Research Institute. SRSU: When did you first find out about the Read more about Q&A with Dr. Louis Harveson[…]

Samantha Cardenas’ #GivingStory

My name is Samantha Cardenas, and I am a full-time student at Sul Ross State University, majoring in Biology and minoring in Kinesiology & Sports Science. I received the Charles B. David Scholarship from Sul Ross State University. This scholarship endorsed my financial situation, so that I was not required to take out a student Read more about Samantha Cardenas’ #GivingStory[…]

Center for Big Bend Studies’ Upcoming 25th Conference

I have been the director of the Center for Big Bend Studies (CBBS) located at Sul Ross State University for the last 10+ years. The CBBS, a department of the university since 1987, conducts and facilitates research of the human presence—both prehistoric and historic—in the greater Big Bend region. We endeavor to discover, document, excavate, Read more about Center for Big Bend Studies’ Upcoming 25th Conference[…]

The Future of Alumni in the Eyes of the Alumni Association President

Hello Sul Ross Alumni and Friends! I am Brittney Chavez and I am currently serving at the President of the Association Board of Directors. As such I wanted to take a moment to introduce myself and send a personal invitation to all of you to become involved with the Alumni Association. Over the past year Read more about The Future of Alumni in the Eyes of the Alumni Association President[…]

Who, What, When, Why, How; Archives of the Big Bend

The Archives of the Big Bend hosts the premier collection of historical materials documenting the unique Big Bend and Trans-Pecos region of Texas. Faculty, staff, and students use the Archives, as well as local, national, and international researchers, both in person and virtually. Its holdings and programs complement those of the Library, the Museum of the Read more about Who, What, When, Why, How; Archives of the Big Bend[…]