Monday, October 24, 2016

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Jennifer Thunstrom, Connor, and Heather Corliss (right). (Photo: Sandy Huffaker Jr.)
Portraits of Courage: Heather Corliss
The most telling hallmarks of fetal alcohol spectrum disorder are physical. (Credit: Wikimedia Commons/High Contrast)
Diagnosing Fetal Alcohol Disorder More Easily
SDSU researchers will examine state policy and determine which procedures might be strengthened for higher-quality training.
Educational Leadership Department Selected for $47 Million Initiative
Aaron Elkins graduated from SDSU in 2003 with a bachelor
Leading Artificial Intelligence Researcher Joins SDSU Faculty
The three SDSU students studied abroad at Tiradentes University in Brazil this summer. (Photo: Ariella Goldstein)
Collaborating Coast to Coast
Lianne Urada focuses on social work with a macro perspective. (Courtesy: Lianne Urada)
Social Work Professor Specializes in Community
Since 2011, SDSU has climbed 37 spots on U.S. News & World Report
This Month on NewsCenter
Screening efforts tailored to specific populations could be useful in preventing cancer or diagnosing it at an earlier stage.
Cancer Mortality Differs Among Asian Ethnic Groups
SDSU biologist Donatella Zona wrote a commentary article about climate change research in the journal Nature this week.
Runaway Global Warming
A societal shift toward individualism may be responsible for the uptick in uniqueness of baby names.
Could You Spell that for Me, Please?
Michael Rosenthal
Physical Therapy Professor's New Role
Recent findings have shown that families are eating out at restaurants more often. (Photo: Ed Montez/Pixabay)
May I Take your Order?