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Texas State professor reflects on Civil Rights Act impact

President Lyndon B. Johnson ’30 signed the Civil Rights Act into law on July 2, 1964. Before that pen could be put to paper, change had to take place. The impact of the Civil Rights Act carries over today to the mission of Texas State University. 

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Texas State hosts Virtual Day of Reflection and Solidarity

ALUMNI IMPACT

The Sky's the Limit for the Bradford Brothers 

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Roadmap to Return Safely for Summer II and Fall Classes for Students, Faculty & Staff

STUDENT ACHIEVEMENTS 

Texas State 2020 National Advertising Student Competition finished second nationally

RESEARCH AND INNOVATION

The Institution of Education Sciences funds research to improve students' writing abilities

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A Golden Anniversary

Several States Call For Removal Of Spanish COnquistador Statues 

NPR | June 29, 2020

Dr. Louie Dean Valencia-García, assistant professor of digital history at Texas State, discusses the Latino community's push to remove statues of Spanish conquistadors.  


Chagas Disease Threat: Better Diagnostics Sought, U.S. Department of Defense Gets Involved

Business Insider | June 19, 2020

Texas State University was awarded a two year, $700,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Defense to study the threat of Chagas disease in the southwestern United States. 



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