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Virtual reality training prepares first responders for crisis events

Scott Smith, associate professor in the School of Social Work and director of the Virtual Reality and Technology Lab at Texas State University, is bringing mass casualty virtual reality training to municipalities across the country. 

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Texas State to resume in-person instruction for fall 2021 semester

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Texas State Students Win Big at Model UN

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Texas State students receive NSF graduate research fellowships

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Matthew McAllister discusses intermittent fasting with Big Ideas TXST

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Communication Disorders train speech therapists in El Salvador

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Texas State anthropology to map Black cemetery

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Take Your Daily Walk to the Next Level by Trying an ‘Awe Walk'

NBC Los Angeles | April 1, 2021

Associate professor and licensed clinical social worker Christine Norton discusses the benefits of awe walking (the act of consciously watching for small wonders in the world around you during an otherwise ordinary walk) and how it helps cultivate mindfulness.


Austinites weigh in on possible 'vaccine passports' as part of return to normalcy

CBS Austin | March 29, 2021

Rodney Rohde, Clinical Laboratory Sciences program chair, weighs in on the possibility of vaccine passports as life could return to normal as soon as late summer. 


In Boulder shooting, Eric Talley answered 'most dangerous call' in law enforcement. How police strategy has evolved over the years

USA Today | March 25, 2021

Pete Blair, ALERRT Center executive director, explains how police strategy has evolved over the years when it comes to mass shootings. "It's the most dangerous call there is in law enforcement."


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