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Upon reaching safety on board the zodiac, Steven Quistad, left, and Forest Rohwer breathe a sigh of relief after a close call while diving in Franz Josef Land, Russia. Photo by Andrew Mann/NatGeo
Back from the Arctic
Back from a National Geographic Pristine Seas Expedition in the Arctic, SDSU researchers talk about what they discovered.
Picture of Bela Lugosi (aka Dracula)
Delving into Vampires
SDSU European studies professor explores the evolution of Vampires in literature, fashion, and film.
Venice, Italy
The Allure of Venice Revealed
A new book by SDSU's Joanne Ferraro is a sweeping portrait of the floating city.
A city street in La Spezia, Italy
City Centered
Can European urban developers learn anything from San Diego's experience?
SDSU Symphony Orchestra
Soirée Showcases Students Dec. 7
The annual event is a fundraiser for the SDSU School of Music and Dance.
Bahçesehir University
SDSU to Exchange Faculty, Students with Turkish University
SDSU and Bahçesehir University in Istanbul, Turkey, will begin an exchange program in spring 2012.
student player trumpet
Wind Symphony Plays Oct. 30
The performance highlights European influences.
Biology professor Annalisa Berta
Faculty Fulbright to Study Marine Mammals
Annalisa Berta joins a long history of SDSU awardees.
Reggio, Italy commercial district
SDSU to Examine Urban Renewal
SDSU’s School of Public Affairs will collaborate with Northeastern University and four European universities to study American and European communities.
International Simulation Tests Disaster Response
SDSU’s Immersive Visualization Center hosts X24 Europe with relief organizations and government officials, March 28–31.
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