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Communication Studies professor looks at how presenteeism affects workers and work places

Presenteeism (present-tee-ism) – or sickness presence, is the act of showing up for work without (really) being productive. “It would be anytime someone is working while sick and/or with a health condition,” said Texas State University’s Dr. Elizabeth K. Eger, assistant professor in the Department of Communication Studies.

RESEARCH & INNOVATION

NASA MUREP grant to fund study of Great Lakes vulnerability to global change

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Texas State prepares for summer 2021 commencement events

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Nick Dornak discusses Clean Coast Texas Collaborative with Big Ideas TXST

THE CONVERSATION

US is split between the vaccinated and unvaccinated – and deaths and hospitalizations reflect this divide

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Summer 2021 issue of Hillviews available only online

ALUMNI IMPACT

Alumna is inaugural recipient of diversity and inclusion award

What are the long-term effects of COVID-19 on the lungs?

KXAN | August 1, 2021

Understanding how the COVID-19 virus progresses and the damage it causes to the lungs is crucial to knowing the best treatment and therapy for those affected, says Dr. Rodney Rohde, Clinical Laboratory Sciences chair.


What is child care insecurity? 2 social scientists explain

Yahoo News | July 14, 2021

Shailen Singh and Cassandra M. Johnson argue that child care insecurity (limited or uncertain access to adequate child care) is a public health issue.


Healing with a Clear Target

Texas Monthly | July 12, 2021

Tania Betancourt, Ph.D., is one of a team of Texas State University professors leading work in targeted cancer treatment research using nanomaterials. She’s also sharing real-world techniques that help college students build a biomedical future.


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