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New research identifies obstacles to early detection of skin cancer in rural western states

Residents of rural, sparsely-populated "frontier counties" in the Western U.S. face higher incidents of skin cancer and related mortality rates. New research, conducted in part at Texas State University, indicates that the biggest obstacle to early detection and treatment is a chronic lack of self-examination.

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Teacher Recruitment Program celebrates 20 years of certifying new Texas Teachers

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Mathworks’ Junior Summer Math Camp Applications open for Summer 2020

FEATURED FACULTY

Playwright Jordan Morille has his ‘dream job’

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Texas State radiation therapy saves lives

STUDENT ACHIEVEMENTS 

3 Texas State students awarded CLS Cardinal Healthcare Scholarships

FEATURED FACULTY 

Dr. Ann Brooks receives prestigious recognition ahead of August retirement

Why are there hundreds of law enforcement officers at Texas State University right now?

KXAN | January 16, 2020

Hundreds of law enforcement officers are on Texas State University’s campus — but there’s no cause for alarm. They are participating in a unique annual training at the university’s annual competition and seminar for crisis negotiations.

‘Treated like trash’: the project trying to identify the bodies of migrants

The Guardian | January 12, 2020

The Texas State Forensic Anthropology Center's Operation Identification has recovered more than 300 individual sets of remains in the south Texas borderlands, many buried haphazardly, in hopes of repatriating their remains.

How to handle work stress: Adding a desk plant can reduce anxiety

TODAY | January 9, 2020

Tina Marie Cade, horticulture professor, explains that green interiorscapes and office plants "can keep employees healthier, happier and potentially even nicer."




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