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We’ve been dedicated to academics since 1899…and today we do more than ever! These stories, featuring student and faculty perspectives, showcase our programs and pathways.

 

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Transfer Student SpotlightsNo matter where your journey began, we're happy you found your way to Texas State! More than 3,600 new transfer students joined Texas State in the fall of 2017, so you'll be in good company. Read stories from transfer students like you who found a new home at Texas State.
Mackenzie Bryant sits at the head of her classroom as students excitedly raise their hands to answer a questions
Classroom StandoutFor College of Education graduate Mackenzie Bryant, teaching is family tradition. She’s proudly carrying on Texas State’s own history of excellence in the classroom.
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Community of CaringMichelle Lenertz thrives as a student in St. David’s School of Nursing at Texas State. She describes what it means to be part of a team dedicated to caring for others.
Dane Bumgardner stands in front of his electrical engineering workspace
Engineering a Better WorldDane Bumgardner’s love of solving problems led him to the Ingram School of Engineering. Now, he’s an industrial engineer, one of many Bobcats who build a better world each day.
a theatre student sits at an old fashioned sewing machine in the theatre department
Writing Her Own StoryIn the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, senior Brooke Phillips has gained practical experience that’s preparing her for a career in the rapidly changing field of media.

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ERICA OSTA

Diagnosing disease affordably will make a major impact. Step inside the lab with microbiologist Erica Osta, B.S. '17.

MENTORING MUSICIANS

Grammy Award-nominated saxophonist Todd Oxford draws on his lifetime of playing music when he coaches the next generations of performers and music teachers.

LIVING HISTORY TODAY

Connecting the lessons of history with the opportunities and challenges students face brings stories of the past, present and future together for Associate Professor of History Ronald Johnson.
 

HEALTHY CONNECTIONS

Lindsey Menge came to Texas State for the expert-led, hands-on opportunities in human nutrition. Now, her research will help keep campus healthy.
 
a theatre student sits at an old fashioned sewing machine in the theatre department
Step Behind the StageNot all learning happens in a classroom. Go behind the scenes of Texas State’s production of Intimate Apparel to see how our theatre students learn through hands-on experience and collaboration with peers and professors.
 

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