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RESEARCH & INNOVATION

Texas State engineering gets $250,000 grant to improve pavement condition data collection

The two-year NSF grant will use machine learning to detect and measure the cracking distresses on roads in the U.S., with the aim of better use of budgeting and technology for Pavement Management Systems. 

RESEARCH & INNOVATION

Texas State tapped by DOE to improve climate change forecasting through use of machine learning

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Texas State awarded $3.6 million to help low-income students

STUDENT EXPERIENCE

Google search landed one Texas State student his dream internship with NASCAR

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Texas State’s Maleki named TRELIS fellow by National Science Foundation

THE CONVERSATION

Why are nuclear weapons so hard to get rid of? Because they’re tied up in nuclear countries’ sense of right and wrong

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Meet Gigi Secuban the inaugural vice president for Institutional Inclusive Excellence

Dr. Kim Rossmo, @TXST_CJC Chair of Criminology, comments on the decline of clearances rates (the ratio between offe… https://t.co/naVE1x4pe0
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Gomez is one of 36 interns to join the NASCAR Diversity Internship Program. His primary responsibilities include we… https://t.co/bahQP5O0mB
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SRP Paves the Way for DOE Early Career Award
by U.S. Department of Energy · Jul 27, 2022

Tanzima Islam, assistant professor of Computer Science, is one of 83 esteemed scientists from across the country selected to be part of the Department of Energy’s Early Career Research Program.


Texas State awarded $3.6M to help low-income students
by FOX 7 Austin · Jul 27, 2022

Texas State University received two federal Upward Bound grants from the U.S. Department of Education totaling $3.6 million to help more low-income students who would be the first members of their families to earn degrees.


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