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Georgeanne Irvine
Stories of Leadership: Georgeanne Irvine
Georgeanne Irvine, '77, has devoted nearly 35 years of her career to the San Diego Zoo and Safari Park.
Janet Abbott (left) spoke on innovation in education at the Back in Business Forum held in Washington, D.C. on June 19. Photo courtesy of National Journal.
Compact Honored for Innovation
SDSU's Compact for Success was named the leading innovator in higher education by National Journal.
Fred Lear
Stories of Leadership: Fred Lear
Fred Lear, '74, reminisces on Aztec football games and explains why each student should enjoy the college experience.
Seth Mallios in front of Hepner Hall
SDSU's Hidden History Recognized
Anthropology professor Seth Mallios' book, "Hail Montezuma!: The Hidden Treasures of San Diego State" won the Best Local Interest award at the San Diego Book Awards.
SDSU Library
Library Bids Farewell to Two Faculty
Anne Turhollow and Robert Carande will retire at the end of June.
Dr. Heidi Kraft (second from left) participates in a panel at the White House Mental Health Conference.
Lessons From Combat
Dr. Heidi Kraft, an SDSU psychology instructor, spoke at the White House about classes she’s teaching for veterans and the community.
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KPBS Seeks New San Diego Program
Content creators are invited to send ideas for a series that will highlight unique people, places and activities in San Diego.
Yoshiko Higurashi
Japanese Culture as Curriculum
A national faculty development conference entitled "Incorporating Japanese Studies into the Undergraduate Curriculum" begins today at SDSU.
The members of the winning team (left to right): Andrew Won, Carolyn Chow, Kim Lewis and Jesus Cachu.
Students Pitch for the Padres
FOX Sports San Diego selected a team of SDSU integrated marketing communication students as the winners of a San Diego Padres marketing campaign.
Four people pose with a large check
Local School Gets Top Honor
SDSU’s National Center for Urban School Transformation selected Granger Junior High School as a top high-performing urban school in the country.
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