College of Liberal Arts
December 10, 2019
Texans know drought. Every year, summer brings intense heat and rain becomes increasingly rare. We struggle to keep our lawns green, watch as our rivers and lakes recede, and wait for a storm to break the cycle. In many Texas Read More Geography Graduate Makes Good with Study of Water Attitudes in Texas
November 27, 2019
Dr. Joseph Kotarba, professor in the Department of Sociology, was interviewed by the oH Project: Oral Histories of HIV/AIDS in Houston, Harris County, and Southeast Texas. This formal interview elicited his personal and professional history conducting research on and advocating Read More Ethnography and the HIV/AIDS Epidemic: An Interview with J...
July 11, 2019
Dr. José Carlos De la Puente, Associate Professor in the Department of History at Texas State University, is studying an ancient documenting system from the pre-Hispanic Andes region known as the quipu. Similar to the abacus, the quipu enlists lines Read More Quipu, The Knot-Language of the Andes
May 31, 2019
Dr. Louie Dean Valencia-García is a prolific, recognizable scholar at Texas State University. Currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of History, Dr. Valencia-García has made impressive strides as a leader in the field of digital humanities, and his publications and Read More Dr. Louie Dean Valencia-García: Portrait of a Prolific Prof...
April 18, 2019
In the United States, Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) is one of the most commonly diagnosed mental disorders. It causes severe symptoms that affect how people feel and think and that interfere with their ability to live and function. Millennials–or young adults ages 18 to Read More Social Media Behaviors and Major Depressive Disorder in Millennials