Big Things are Happening at Texas State
Big Ideas Change the World
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Learning With AR/VR
Augmented reality and virtual reality (AR/VR) technology can lower costs and improve results by leveraging interactive 3D experiences. Because almost any situation can be made virtual, new models can be applied to improve outcomes for law enforcement, health care, engineering, aerospace, sports science, and more. Watch the video to learn more.
Researchers at Texas State are working to put academic research into practice, improving the health and wellness of citizens across Texas and beyond. The translational health research initiative builds on our existing strengths in cancer research, nutrition, health communication, aging and dementia studies, and addiction. Watch the video to learn more.
Materials with Intelligence
Our faculty researchers are focused on finding practical ways to advance sensor technology, to create new materials that can reconfigure themselves to react to environmental conditions, and to improve the lifecycle management of infrastructure through sensor systems and predictive modeling. Watch the video to learn more.
Harnessing Big Data
We’ve assembled an expert team of researchers from nearly every field of study to work at the intersection of analytics and artificial intelligence and ultimately understand and solve world problems. We are applying Big Data solutions to mental health treatments, business challenges, and the safety and security of the State of Texas and our nation. Watch the video to learn more.
Innovation & Entrepreneurship
Today’s innovation-driven economy requires a new class of graduates—accomplished in their discipline and knowledgeable about how to apply it to new environments. Texas State faculty are developing new ways to engage students in the theory and practice of creating value from ideas and opportunities. Watch the video to learn more.
Advancing research and engaging students within the humanities and creative arts to open up new ways of understanding human expression and new directions in humanities scholarship.