TWO SHSU EMPLOYEES RECEIVE 2018 TSUS REGENTS AWARDS

Although both men are already well known around campus, the Texas State University System recently recognized two Sam Houston State employees for going above and beyond their job descriptions. Bill Jasper, professor of mathematics education, and Mac Woodward, director of the Sam Houston Memorial Museum, recently received the 2018 TSUS Regents’ Awards.

The purpose of the Regents’ Awards is to honor one exceptional instructor and one outstanding employee from the entire system. Jasper and Woodward each will receive a framed Board of Regents resolution, a commemorative medallion bearing the seal of the system and a $3,000 award. The pair were formally recognized at the annual SHSU faculty and staff meeting and will be honored at an upcoming Board of Regents meeting.

Bill Jasper regularly teaches seven different undergraduate and four graduate mathematics and statistics courses.

Mac Woodward has been an employee at the Sam Houston Memorial Museum for more than 24 years, serving as the director since 2012. His knowledge of the university’s namesake is practically unmatched.

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