Wednesday, October 7, 2015
United As One SDSU Community
This October, several One SDSU Community programs highlight the intersection of various groups and experiences of people at SDSU.
Also in NewsCenter
Sexual Assault Education Course Offered to
Let’s Talk About Sexual Violence
SDSU In the News
2015 Hall of Fame Class
Ensuring Student Success
Celebrating Diverse Abilities
October is DiversAbility Awareness Month at SDSU.
Building Diverse Teams to Meet International Challenges
Howard Betts credits his success to friendship.
Finding the Human in Digital Humanities
A new SDSU initiative incorporates traditional humanities
Diversity Starts Here
SDSU was selected as a top university for diversity and
Entrepreneurship Program Among Best in Nation
U.S. News and World Report ranked SDSU’s undergraduate
Set Up for Success
Financial hardship did not deter Edwin Perez from pursuing his
SDSU Poetry Professor Wins National Prize
Marilyn Chin joins Toni Morrison and Maxine Hong Kingston as a recipient of the Anisfield-Wolf Book Award.
Diversity on the Mesa
The community is invited to celebrate diversity at SDSU.
A Sign of Support
A scholarship from the Lipinsky Family Foundation supports student internships in SDSU’s Laboratory for Language and Cognitive Neuroscience.
Our Search for MLK
Professor Seth Mallios gives a behind-the-scenes look into the search for photos and memories from a historic campus event.
W. Soccer. Aztecs to Play CSU at Home, Wyoming on the Road
M. Tennis. Jebens Advances to Main Draw of ITA All-Americans
M. Basketball. #AztecMBB Receives Recognition From Sporting News
W. Golf. W. Golf Sits in Second after Day One at UW Tourney
Woman Alleges Excessive Force From Carlsbad Police
Lessons Learned From Ebola Epidemic Discussed At San Diego Conference
Questions Arise After Inmate Deaths In New Mexico
Trial Wrapping Up For Woman Who Drove Into Group Of Fiesta Island Cyclists
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