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Japan Turns to Aztec for Green Rebuild
SDSU professor Kotaro Nakamura is helping sustainable reconstruction in Japanese communities savaged by the earthquake and tsunami in March.
Coral restoration
Students Tackle Sustainability in the Dominican
"The Dominican Republic Experience: Sustainability, Human Needs, and Basic Rights," an inaugural four-week service-learning course, took place this summer in Punta Cana.
Researchers diving in cave
Discovery in the Deep
An underwater cave in Mexico could hold the oldest human remains in the Americas.
Students reading
American Language Institute Welcomes Fulbrights
The institute again was chosen to provide a training program for Fulbright Scholars across the world.
Mega Region Initiative Launched
The Viz Center will create an asset map for the new Cali-Baja Mega Region Initiative.
SDSU Students, Alumni Receive Fulbright Grant
A record 11 SDSU students and alumni received the prestigious award for 2011–2012.
Dipak Gupta
U.S. and Pakistan — An Unhappy Marriage
ViewPoints: Political science professor Dipak Gupta discusses the relationship between the two countries in the wake of Osama bin Laden's death.
“Get Away” by Sherry Krulle Beaton ‘86, acrylic on canvas, 2009
Art Auction Funds Japan Relief
All proceeds will be donated the American Red Cross' Japan Relief Fund.
student playing violin
Musically Travel to Russia and France May 5
Student vocalists, the SDSU Symphony Orchestra and the SDSU String Orchestra will perform.
Osama bin Laden
Caution Urged After Death of Bin Laden
SDSU political science professors discuss bin Laden's death and its significance.
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