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Agricultural Mechanics bachelor’s degree makes its return to Texas State

Dr. Ryan Anderson, assistant professor of Agricultural Education and Mechanics said the enrollment of Agricultural Mechanics majors has tripled while the minor degree attracts students from engineering, psychology, and accounting. This decade’s first graduate with a B.S. in Agricultural Mechanics walked the commencement stage in May 2021.


Arianna Apodaca named LBJ Outstanding Senior Student at Texas State


Dancers take to outdoor stage for first Semilla Fest


Bringing joy back to the classroom and supporting stressed kids – what summer school looks like in 2021


Graduate students research history behind Austin’s first gay-friendly public space


Texas State's Drewery, Shi named 2021 USDA E. Kika De La Garza Fellows


World religions share more in common than not, if only one looks closely

NatuWrap coating extends shelf life, cuts food waste

Produce Blue Book | June 15, 2021

Nabaco's NatuWrap®, a nanotechnology developed at Texas State, extends the shelf life of the fruits and vegetables by coating them with a transparent solution, keeping food fresh without harmful additives.

To return to a post-COVID normal, we must learn to trust one another again

Los Angeles Times | June 14, 2021

Emily Brunson, a medical anthropologist, said trust issues are inevitable in a pandemic, but they were exacerbated in the United States because we entered this one extremely divided politically and socially.

Germany acknowledged colonial atrocities in Namibia as genocide. Victims’ groups want more.

Washington Post | June 9, 2021

Franziska Boehme, assistant professor of political science, discusses the German government formally acknowledging the atrocities made to the Herero and Nama peoples in what is today Namibia as genocide.

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