Former Colorado governor Bill Owens discusses his political journey
In a small A-frame home set back off a quiet residential street in Nacogdoches, an SFA student plugged away at political science homework, his duties as student body president and campaign fundraising for a would-be Texas senator.
Brothers follow in father’s footsteps
The Mack family might be a candidate for a Guinness World Record. With eight extended family members who have earned the prefix “Dr.,” the family’s story is one of hard work, dedication and the example set by a grandfather, father and brother.
Gymnast Finds His Place in the Sun
When Dustin Walston ’06 landed a gig with Cirque du Soleil, it was the fulfillment of a longtime ambition.
New building to provide more collaborative spaces and bolster science, technology, engineering and mathematics disciplines
Progress takes time, and after seven years and three legislative sessions since SFA first made its appeal to the state, the university is moving forward with plans to build a state-of-the-art, four-story building that will support science, technology, engineering and mathematics disciplines.
Coffee Connoisseurs: Java Jack's celebrates 20 years
The daily grind for Sarah ’91 and Brent Patton begins in much the same way it does for millions of people worldwide — brewing a fresh cup of coffee. But they don’t stop there. By day’s end, employees at the couple’s Nacogdoches coffeehouse, Java Jack’s, brew hundreds of cups of coffee and serve them to SFA students, Nacogdoches residents and sleepy-eyed travelers.
The grandson of a pipefitter continues fighting for workers’ rights
O.D. Kenemore fought to protect his co-workers from dangerous working conditions, and his grandson, Jason Gibson '95, is continuing his legacy. As an attorney, Gibson has not only earned accolades in his profession, he has earned millions of dollars for the people he represents.
Bullard named provost, vice president for academic affairs
The SFA Board of Regents appointed Dr. Steve Bullard as provost and vice president for academic affairs during its April 2016 board meeting.
SFA expanding educational reach
Two new partnerships with area colleges are helping SFA reach out and encourage community college students and graduates to enroll as Lumberjacks.
Alumni Association announces award winners
The SFA Alumni Association annually bestows its highest honors on individuals who have made outstanding contributions to their professions and community, committed themselves to advancing the values and goals of SFA, and ensured a better quality of life for future generations.
Dr. Ken Collier: People and politics
A lot of Americans are worried about the 2016 presidential campaign as political analysts wring their hands about the state of democracy and complain about a lack of quality candidates.
Dr. Jeremy Stovall - Associate Professor of Silviculture
Dr. Jeremy Stovall recalls his first forestry conclave with the SFA Sylvans in 2012.
'JACKS OF ALL TRADES
Dr. Bonita Jacobs - President, University of North Georgia
Dr. Bonita Jacobs ’71 & ’73 said she never imagined herself with a career in higher education, but through life’s twists and turns, she has discovered and answered her calling, currently serving as president of the University of North Georgia
Letter from the President
Every autumn, Lumberjacks look forward to familiar sights and sounds heralding the start of a new academic year. This year is no exception as we welcome new and returning students to campus and begin another challenging and rewarding semester. But this fall, those returning to class or visiting campus also will notice some distinct changes to the SFA landscape.
Letter from the Alumni Association
There are more than 100,000 SFA alumni working and living in Texas, across the country and all over the world. Wherever you are, we want you to be connected to your university. Your connection can start with the Alumni Association. If you are not connected, it’s time.
Scholarships recently established at SFA
News and notes from Lumberjack alumni
Lumberjacks whom we recently lost