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Texas State Bobcat makes impact as an Inclusion Educator & Consultant

Texas State University student affairs in higher education graduate student Qy’Darrius McEachern has founded an education firm, McEachernSpeaks, to support offices, organizations, workplaces, and schools to create equitable spaces and innovate justice for individuals of color.

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Graduate student enrollment up at Texas State for spring 2021

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Medical anthropologist Emily Brunson discusses challenges of COVID vaccination with Big Ideas TXST

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Stream Team program celebrates 30 years of citizen science, stewardship of Texas waterways

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Texas State named among nation's top 'military friendly' schools for 2021-2022

FEATURED FACULTY

Dr. Rodney Rohde, chair of Clinical Laboratory Sciences, answers timely questions

THE CONVERSATION

Why herd immunity may be impossible without vaccinating children against COVID-19

Off the Grid - Alibates Flint Quarries National Monument, Texas

Archaeology | March 1, 2021

Texas State Anthropology research associate Dr. Chris Lintz provides insight on why Alibates flint can be found in prehistoric sites where the rock is not natively found. 


Infectious disease experts warn against loosening mask mandate

CBS Austin | February 26, 2021

Dr. Rodney Rohde, Clinical Laboratory Sciences professor, discusses whether it is too early for Governor Abbott to pull back on statewide mask mandates.


Why herd immunity may be impossible without vaccinating children against COVID-19

The Conversation | February 17, 2021

20% of the U.S. population is under 16 years old and unable to get vaccinated yet. Dr. Rodney Rohde, Clinical Laboratory Sciences professor and chair, discusses whether herd immunity can be achieved without vaccinating children.


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