Investments in the Future
Texas State faculty are exploring what's NEXT.
Research and Service
Invest In Inspiring Faculty
Big Things Are Happening
Texas is at the forefront of data science and computational medicine. Texas State University is leading the charge.
Alessandro De Nadai, Assistant Professor of Psychology at Texas State University, is part of a talented cohort of Texas State professors leading the emerging field of computational medicine. With a slew of data-driven projects, professors of health administration, computer science, psychology, and engineering are working together to make the world a healthier place.
Applied Health Research
Texas State University has received $5.1 million over the biennium from the 87th Texas Legislature to establish the Community Health and Economic Resiliency Research (CHERR) Center for Excellence.
Expanding the university’s ongoing program of applied health research, the new center of excellence will be led by Melinda Villagran, director of the Translational Health Research Center at Texas State.
With the state’s growing senior population at top of mind, Mira Ahn's Ph.D. research and teaching dovetail with Texas State’s groundbreaking Master of Science in Dementia and Aging Studies Program.
Acclaimed poet Cyrus Cassells, a professor in the Department of English at Texas State and an instructor in the university's MFA in creative writing program, sits down with the Big Ideas TXST podcast for a wide-ranging interview examining his career, family, and creative process. Cassells has been awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship in the Creative Arts for Poetry.
Innovation at Texas State
We believe an innovative and entrepreneurial mindset fosters an intellectual confidence that empowers and inspires creative solutions.
285 number of grants awarded
500 independently sponsored research
2021 Teaching Award
Academics and Research
Dell High-Speed Partnership
Texas State and Dell Technologies partnership has Dell providing the high-speed Data Science Workstations for research, while Texas State benchmarks the data on the performance of the machines.
Joining the 58-acre research park is the Connected Infrastructure for Education, Demonstration and Applied Research (CIEDAR) Consortium, which is built upon partnerships with industry and Texas State’s faculty and students.