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USDA grant seeks to improve measurement of food insecurity for Latinx households

Cassandra Johnson, an assistant professor in the Nutrition and Foods Program, has received a $100,000 grant from Tufts University and the USDA Economic Research Service to improve the way food insecurity is measured in Latinx households.

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Spring 2021 issue of Hillviews available online

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Texas State to host in-person, socially distanced spring 2021 commencement

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Texas State senior leads research on climate change impact in aquaria

ALUMNI IMPACT

Texas artist Ira Kennedy brings dream landscapes to life

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Texas State announces Bobcat Cares emergency assistance for summer, fall semesters

THE CONVERSATION

Indians are forced to change rituals for their dead as COVID-19 rages through cities and villages

Cassandra Johnson (@DrCassandraMJ), an assistant professor in the Nutrition and Foods Program, has received a $100,… https://t.co/y5EiC6mSjA
2021-05-06T18:15:07Z
The unvaccinated people in the US aren’t all truly hesitant or anti-vaxxers. Emily Brunson, medical anthropologist… https://t.co/zfsPN6agmw
2021-05-06T15:29:06Z

Anti-vaxxers aren’t the cause of America’s dropping vaccine rates

Vox | May 5, 2021

Emily Brunson, a medical anthropologist and assistant professor of anthropology, explains that more social outreach is needed to convince those hesitant of receiving the vaccine to get it. 


Transforming Training: Austin Uses VR for EMS Responders

Government Technology | April 29, 2021

Austin-Travis County Emergency Medical Services in Texas has incorporated Texas State's augmented and virtual reality into its training process, allowing first responders to prepare more effectively for mass-casualty events.


Black soldier fly could be key to reducing carbon footprint of livestock

Spectrum News | April 26, 2021

Merritt Drewery, assistant professor in the Department of Agricultural Sciences,  is interviewed on her research into Black soldier fly larvae as a potential alternative, environmentally sustainable feed source for beef cattle.


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