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U.S. News Ranks SDSU Among Best in Nation
SDSU ranked No. 8 in nation for the least debt among its graduates and in the top 20 for ethnic diversity.
Carl Hensley
11 Aztecs Achieve Over Summer
A diverse group of Aztecs share their summer internships, travels abroad and community service experiences.
Storm and Nasatir Halls opened in 1957.
Makeover for Storm, Nasatir Halls
Project update Aug. 22, 2012: Construction got under way over the summer.
Quazshou statue
China Trip Focuses on Science, Environment
Students are in China studying the effects of climate change on the spread of infectious disease as part of a unique study abroad opportunity.
Peace initiative
Peace Initiative Sends Envoy to Middle East
Members of the Olive Tree Initiative will travel to the Middle East in July to learn peacemaking strategies.
irakli Kakabadaze
Championing Academic Freedom
San Diego State University recently joined Scholars at Risk, an international network that provides sanctuary to academics who face threats in their home countries.
Kimberley Miller
Four Aztecs Named Fulbright Scholars
Recent SDSU alumni and graduate students will travel around the world as part of the flagship international exchange program.
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SDSU Hosts 2012 Japan Studies Institute
Faculty members from across the nation spend two weeks in San Diego learning about Japan.
The work being done by Viz Center director Eric Frost and his team has now been recognized by ACUTA with the Award for Institutional Excellence in Information Technology
Viz Center Receives National Award
Viz Center director Eric Frost received the honor in recognition of the facility's important role in global disaster response.
SDSU film student Nadir Bouhmouch
Takin' it to the Streets
One international student's political journey unfolds on the screen.
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