Friday, April 27, 2018

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University of Bristol roboticist Jonathan Rossiter (right) walks a virtual plank in SDSU professor Harsimran “Sim” Baweja
Making VR Learning a Reality
Each year, dozens of master’s students within SDSU’s School of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences work with children and adults with a variety of speech-language difficulties.
Speaking a Language all San Diegans Understand
Mississippi River Delta (Credit: NASA)
Dams and Levees Lead to Slow Underwater Landslides
Aaron Elkins
Lie-detecting Kiosk Can Catch Deceptive Travelers
Ultraviolet light exposure through tanning is the leading environmental risk factor for developing skin cancer.
New SDSU Study Sheds Light on Skin Cancer Risk Behaviors
Rendering of the SDSU Mission Valley site
The Logic of SDSU Mission Valley
Fernanda Figueroa
Raising Researchers
The Engineering and Interdisciplinary Sciences Complex was designed to foster these collaborative collisions. (Photo: Lauren Radack)
Innovators Wanted
Sign language (Credit: Zeichnung von R.A. Olea/Wikimedia Commons)
Spoken and Signed Language Use the Same Neural Pathways
On Friday, April 6, San Diego State University’s Pre-College Institute (PCI) will host (STEM)² Exploration Day.
SDSU Welcomes High School Students for (STEM)2 Exploration Day
SDSU geography professor Stuart Aitken (center) with a family in Ethiopia, on the road to Djibouti.
Albert W. Johnson Research Lecture: Geographer Stuart Aitken on Raising Children
San Diego River
Stewards of the San Diego River