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Meadows Center establishes Mitchell L. Mathis Program for Environmental Water Economics

The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment, in partnership with the Harte Research Institute for Gulf of Mexico Studies at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, has created the Mitchell L. Mathis Program for Environmental Water Economics to contribute to learning and research on the economics of water availability and quality and its impact on the economy.

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CDC awards Texas State cooperative agreement to improve Chagas disease awareness, education

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Texas State set record for master's degree enrollment for fall 2020

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Texas State, San Marcos welcome 200 Spin electric scooters to community 

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ALERRT Center awarded $8.5 million Department of Justice grant

RESEARCH & INNOVATION

AMD COVID-19 HPC Fund to Deliver Supercomputing Clusters to Researchers Combatting COVID-19

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Religious studies professor explores exorcisms in new book from Penguin Classics

Without Good Public Health Strategy, The Coronavirus Pandemic Could Make Antimicrobial Resistance Worse

Forbes | September 16, 2020

Dr. Rodney Rohde, virologist and clinical laboratory expert, explains how the Covid-19 pandemic can make antimicrobial resistance a bigger problem if health systems aren’t careful.


Woman’s effort to uncover her family tree led to discovery of part of Hays County history

KXAN | September 15, 2020

John Mckiernan-Gonzalez, Associate Professor of History, provided commentary and historical context on a new Hays Country Landmark. 


Your guide to safely and ethically visiting national parks this fall

Washington Post | September 10, 2020

Anna Mazurek, lecturer in the School of Mass Communication and Journalism, explains the factors that should be taken into consideration when planning to visit national parks. 


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