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What's Your Earth IQ?
Celebrate Geography Awareness Week Nov. 13 - 19.
David Dozier
David Dozier Receives Lifetime Achievement Award
The longtime SDSU professor was recognized by the local chapter of the Public Relations Society of America.
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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.
Brian Spitzberg
Brian Spitzberg Shines Light on Dark Issues
His pioneering research will earn him an award from the National Communication Association.
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Save the Date: Student Research Symposium, March 9-10
Student submissions for the annual event will open Dec. 1.
urban blight in Buffalo, NY, photo by UpstateNYer, Wikimedia
Poor Neighborhoods Can Harm Health
New SDSU research finds that low-income areas have many road blocks to physical activity.
The San Diego Coronado Bay Bridge bathed in the orange glow of a San Diego sunset.
See the Sea Rise
A new website demonstrates how coastal habitats may look with higher sea levels.
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Teen-Tan Ban
ViewPoints: Public health professor Joni Mayer talks about California’s new law aimed at reducing skin cancer.
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Research Brings in $145M
Funded projects include everything from life-saving technologies to sustainable energy.
SDSU programs promote physical activity and healthy habits among Latino residents in South San Diego County.
'Promotoras' Help Latinas Get Fit
A study of the community health model shows increased fitness and reduced blood pressure in participants.
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