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Project CIEDAR: Welcome to the Future

One of Texas State's newest innovative research collaboration initiatives to join STAR Park, CIEDAR, has nearly 100 researchers across every college working in 32 traditional labs on more than 290 externally funded projects.

UNIVERSITY STATEMENTS

Important Message for University Community, November 25, 2020

FEATURED FACULTY

How best to deal with a holiday get together when your candidate didn’t/did win

THE CONVERSATION

What monoclonal antibodies are – and why we need them as well as a vaccine

THE CONVERSATION

College-age kids and teens are drinking less alcohol – but something else is rising

STUDENT ACHIEVEMENTS

Texas State Scholar Josephine Reynes Receives AAUW Award

RESEARCH & INNOVATION

Texas State researchers tackle food safety in Bangladesh through USAID

The String Project is just one of @txstmusic's many programs aimed at bringing the joy of music to youth all over C… https://t.co/Q5vb3YYIY4
2020-11-28T17:30:21Z
Dr. Nate Cannon, @accounting_TXST associate professor, discusses how he combines impactful research with high-quali… https://t.co/xC7uCUuQa3
2020-11-27T19:30:23Z

400 years ago, visitors to this painted cave took hallucinogens

National Geographic | November 24, 2020

Carolyn Boyd, Research Associate Professor and Founder of the Shumla Archeology Research and Education Center, has confirmed that “this is the first evidence of the ingestion of a hallucinogen at a rock art site—the evidence is literally on the wall.”


Fact check: People will not have to be vaccinated against COVID-19 to receive food stamps and rent assistance

Reuters | November 20, 2020

Emily Brunson, Associate Professor in the Department of Anthropology, recommends providing COVID-19 vaccinations for poorer populations "at places where these individuals already go such as WIC clinics and food banks.”


What monoclonal antibodies are – and why we need them as well as a vaccine

The Conversation | November 16, 2020

Rodney E. Rohde, Professor Clinical Laboratory Science, explains why monoclonal antibodies are essential to fighting COVID-19.


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