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Carl Hensley
11 Aztecs Achieve Over Summer
A diverse group of Aztecs share their summer internships, travels abroad and community service experiences.
Sandy Cornilla
Student Journalist Wins National Award
Sandy Coronilla's investigative story revealed San Diego business association violations and spurred city council action.
PR
PR Canon Celebrates 60 Years
The 11th edition of "Effective Public Relations," the industry’s leading textbook, will hit shelves this summer.
PR Women Paid Less
Women working in public relations earn $8,000 less than men according to a new SDSU study.
Social Media
SDSU Offers Digital Media Literacy Course
Social Media in the Digital Age teaches effective, professional use of Twitter and Facebook.
Scott Allison
Scott Allison Gift Supports Public Relations Program
Allison provided a founding gift for the Glen M. Broom Center for Professional Development in Public Relations.
Hepner Hall
Your Opinion Counts
A team of SDSU students invites readers to complete an online questionnaire to win a $100 gift card.
Joanna Brooks
More Than a ‘Mormon Girl’
English chair Joanna Brooks talks about writing her memoir and her blog, Ask Mormon Girl.
A young woman directs actors during filming.
Women Hit the Celluloid Ceiling
The Center for the Study of Women in Television and Film finds little progress for women working in film.
KPBS
KPBS Newsroom of the Future
The Joan and Irwin Jacobs KPBS News Center is a result of a $2.9M gift from the San Diego philanthropists.
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