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Biology professor Forest Rohwer in Franz Josef Land,
Where in the World
Biology professor Forest Rohwer defied Arctic climes to seek out nature's most diverse forms of life.
Anna Williams with her violin
The Campaign for ... Anna
Donor support is changing the lives of SDSU students.
John Ayers in a purple velvet blazer
Monday Ain’t All Bad
SDSU Professor John Ayers was a speaker at TEDx San Diego.
A woman working in a lab
Research Spotlight
SDSU provides an environment that fosters research and scholarship across all disciplines.
Multiple scenarios for earthquakes within the Georgia Basin underneath Vancouver indicate that earthquakes would be amplified. Image credit: Sheri Molnar and Kim Olsen.
"Sedimentary Bathtub" Amplifies Earthquakes
A subterranean basin of stiff soil beneath Vancouver might make earthquakes there more severe than expected, a San Diego State seismologist finds.
A young woman directs actors during filming.
Gender Inertia in Television and Film
The Annual Celluloid Ceiling report shows that women’s roles in television and film have not improved in the last 16 years.
Professor Sam Shen with students from his climate change class.
Scaling Mountains, Then Moving Them
Sam Shen overcame poverty, but he hasn’t forgotten the needs of China’s rural communities.
Health and Wealth Connected?
By studying Google search data, researchers discovered Americans had more health concerns during the recession.
SDSU students studying abroad in Europe.
SDSU 30th in Nation for Study Abroad
The new Open Doors Report ranks SDSU No. 30 nationally and No. 3 in California.
An SDSU CRMSE student works with local children at the 2013 Science Expo
Informath Combines Art, Science
A prestigious grant will allow an SDSU program to explore innovative ways to teach math.
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