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Bob Moore
In Memoriam: Robert J. Moore
Moore, Professor Emeritus in Exercise and Nutritional Sciences, worked at SDSU for 43 years.
Hilltop High students
Sprinting Toward Fitness
Undergraduates from Exercise and Nutritional Sciences teach high school students how to stay fit.
Thomas McKenzie
Prof Honored by President's Council on Fitness
Thomas McKenzie received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the President’s Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition.
chocolate
Chocolate Might Keep Doctor Away
SDSU research finds a daily dose of dark chocolate may reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease by improving glucose levels and lipid profiles.
SDSU Public Health Professor Thomas Novotny
Public Health a Global Concern
Outstanding International Scholar Award winner Thomas Novotny offers an international perspective on public health.
elderly woman
'Sixth Sense' Linked to Falls
Researchers believe improving 'proprioception' may help prevent deadly injuries among the elderly.
Marisa Fraticelli
26 Aztecs Named to MWC All-Academic Team
Fall sports student-athletes in football, cross country, women's soccer and volleyball were selected.
Top 10 of 2011
Top 10 NewsCenter Stories of 2011
From March Madness to a new president, there was plenty of news that excited Aztecs this year.
John Elder, Guadalupe Ayala, Margarita Holguin and Lisa Hoffman
San Diego Prevention Research Center Receives Two Awards
The academic-community organization was one of 11 nationwide prevention research centers honored.
Hispanic graduate
SDSU No. 7 in Nation for Hispanic Undergraduate Degrees
Hispanic Outlook's Top 100 Colleges for Hispanics also ranks SDSU among the top 25 for master's degrees.
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