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Associate professor examines telemedicine as tool for alcohol use disorder management

Dr. Scott Kruse, an associate professor in Texas State University’s School of Health Administration, headed a systematic review of the effect of telemedicine in the management of alcohol abuse. Uses include mobile applications to signal to a person that he or she is approaching an area of temptation.


Alumna sends experiment to the International Space Station


TSUS Regents approve new construction science, quantitative finance master’s degrees at Texas State


Black History Month: Recognizing Black Distinguished Alumni


TEDx speakers to explore theme of “Truth(s)” at Texas State


Texas State's Top Ten Milestones of the Past Ten Years


Richard Boehm named to class of 2020 Fellows by American Association of Geographers

Why is social media so addictive?

Gizmodo | February 11, 2020

“We identified several psychological factors to be significantly related with social media addiction: low empathic concern for others, low conscientiousness, high perceived stress, and having major depressive disorder.”

Texas history: Frank de la Teja spent his life figuring out old Texas

Austin American Statesman | February 07, 2020

He retired as professor at Texas State University two years ago. This go-round, it’s as executive director of the Texas State Historical Association, the nonprofit group that serves history buffs and scholars. It is the oldest learned society in Texas.

Downtown Austin commuters mostly drive alone to work. Some business leaders want change

KUT | February 05, 2020

An Austin transportation group hopes a first-of-its-kind study will encourage fewer employees to drive alone to work downtown. Dr. Melinda Villagran, director of the Translational Health Research Initiative at Texas State, partnered with the transportation group to conduct the survey.

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