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Monday, September 28, 2020

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New Strategic Plan is a Shared Vision
In total, SDSU was awarded an estimated $1.2 million over the five years of the project.
SDSU Named to Consortium for Terrorism Prevention and Counterterrorism Research
Now More Than Ever: Aztecs Rock Hunger Returns in Virtual Format
Students in front of Hepner Hall
SDSU Shows Strength in Numbers
Bio I-Corps, a spinoff of the National Science Foundation Innovation Corps program, teaches researchers how to develop innovations based on federally funded research.
Fostering Inclusive Innovation
Joseph I. Castro, Ph.D.
Joseph I. Castro Appointed Eighth CSU Chancellor
Flu shots will help protect against the flu, which has symptoms similar to COVID-19. Flu shots are available free for SDSU students starting October 1.
Fighting the Flu When COVID-19 Looms
Paula Richardson (’06, ’19)
Marching Aztecs Alumna Named San Diego County Teacher of the Year
An SDSU TB researcher is concerned that COVID-19 could activate latent tuberculosis or TB in people who may not be aware they have it.
COVID-19 Could Activate Latent Tuberculosis
Tom McCarron at the SDSU Mission Valley groundbreaking event on August 17, 2020
Senior Vice President for SDSU Mission Valley Announces Retirement
Cynthia and Steven Hooker
Endowed Scholarship Pays It Forward to Future Health Care Workforce
The Immediate Access program has produced significant discounts on course materials.
Increasing Access and Savings For Students