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Trade you: Texas State researcher swapping asteroid samples with Japanese space agency

Christopher Snead, senior research scientist with Texas State's Office of Research and Sponsored Programs' JETS project, is studying rare asteroid samples collected by the Japanese Space Agency's (JAXA) Hayabusa2 spacecraft as part of the Astromaterials Research and Exploration Science (ARES) Division at NASA's Johnson Space Center.

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Texas State University students surprised with $20,000 stipends from Texas Education Agency and Lockhart ISD for teacher residency program

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Big plans, projects ahead for CIEDAR

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Texas State selected by Amazon as an education partner for Career Choice Program

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Texas State announces Bobcat Cares emergency assistance for spring semester

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Meadows Center ramps up climate program with climate-focused curricula, blog, podcast

THE CONVERSATION

The omicron variant is deepening severe staffing shortages in medical laboratories across the US

RT @txst_CHERR: DYK: Minority-owned businesses grow at a slower rate than non-minority businesses, resulting in an economic opportunity gap…
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Christopher Snead, senior research scientist with @TxStateResearch's JETS project, is studying rare asteroid sample… https://t.co/fDudKYvy3O
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List: Reasons people aren’t getting vaccinated against COVID-19

by KXAN | Jan 19, 2022

Dr. Emily Brunson, an Associate Professor of Anthropology, is leading research with CommuniVax, a national coalition made up of educators, health leaders and advocates.


The Secrets of Bonfire Shelter

Texas Monthly | Jan 17, 2022

Dr. David Kilby, anthropology professor, has spent the last four years sifting through layers of burned bison bone and sediment at Bonfire Shelter, looking for new clues at the world’s southernmost—and possibly oldest—bison jump site.


APD patrol needs increased staffing to meet target response time, says new study

KVUE | January 11, 2022

A large-scale survey of Austin residents was also conducted by Dr. Sean Patrick Roche, associate professor in the School of Criminal Justice and Criminology, to discover community perceptions about which police services should be prioritized.


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