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How to gather safely during the holidays - a Q&A with Dr. Rodney Rohde

Dr. Rodney E. Rohde, Chair and Regents’ Professor of the Clinical Laboratory Science Program and Associate Director of the Translational Health Research Center at Texas State University, provides insights on how to best gather safely for the holidays during the pandemic.


Texas State Students receive Phi Kappa Phi Love of Learning Award


The average person’s daily choices can still make a big difference in fighting climate change – and getting governments and utilities to tackle it, too


Texas State recipients honored with 4 TSUS Regents' Awards for 2022


Early Chiquihuite Cave 'artifacts' likely natural in origin


Graduate College holds annual 3MT competition


Distinguished Alumni Nina Vaca recognized with Atlas Corps Global Changemaker Award

When Central Americans go missing on their way to the US, their mothers go searching

KHOU | November 24, 2021

Anthropology professor Kate Spradley aides family members as they search for relatives who went missing while migrating to the U.S. by examining unidentified remains of presumed migrants, hoping to find their identity and return them to their families

A 5-stage framework to help you understand grief and find meaning in loss

Insider | November 19, 2021

Maureen Keeley, professor in the Department of Communication Studies at Texas State University with a focus on grief, explains her study on how many factors can impact the time that a person experiences grief.

CDC Sleuths Find Source Of Deadly Melioidosis Outbreak Is A Room Spray Sold At Walmart

Forbes | October 24, 2021

Rodney Rohde, Clinical Laboratory Sciences professor and chair, explains the limitations of automated systems like Vitek when it comes to identifying organisms. 

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