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Eric McDermott
Worldly View
SDSU is a top producer of Fulbright scholars, with nine students in 2010-11.
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New Center Studies Global Gaming
The L. Robert Payne School of Hospitality and Tourism Management launches the Center for Global Gaming Research.
A female soldier speaks with an Afghan woman. Photo courtesy of Afghanistan International Security Assistance Force, NATO
Women Breaking Afghani Language Barriers
SDSU’s Language Acquisition Resource Center helps female soldiers connect with a critical part of Afghan society.
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.
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Mapping Cyberspace
Ideas leave footprints on the World Wide Web.
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Stocking Stuffers for Troops
SDSU Mortar Board is collecting items through Oct. 21 to send to troops overseas this holiday season.
Michael Pack
International Business Suite Named for Michael and Christine Pack
Their $500,000 gift will support students and curriculum in SDSU's top-ranked international business program.
Biology professor Annalisa Berta
Faculty Fulbright to Study Marine Mammals
Annalisa Berta joins a long history of SDSU awardees.
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas (left) submits application to Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon for Palestine to become a UN Member State. Image courtesy of UN News Service.
Palestinians Frustrated with Peace Talks
ViewPoints: Political science professor Farid Abdel-Nour discusses the Palestinian bid for United Nations’ recognition.
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SDSU Ranks Among the Best
International business, other programs and campus diversity were ranked highly by U.S. News and World Report’s 2012 guide.
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