Monday, January 23, 2017

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The SDSU Business Forum: Economic Outlook 2017 will feature a networking reception, panel discussion and Q&A session. (Photo: Jim Brady)
Discussing San Diego's Economic Outlook
Tom Schmedake (’85) continues to support the university as an SDSU Alumni lifetime member.
A Few Feet from the Famous
Local San Diego artisans Florence Hord and Elizabeth Schlappi created the collection of ornaments over a span of 80 years. (Credit: Timken Museum of Art)
SDSU Students Install Acclaimed Ornament Display
Aztecs Rock Hunger collected 448,240 pounds of food for the Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank.
Aztecs Rocked Hunger
SDSU student Naseem Kasraee launched Soul Spot Suncreen into an LCC in May 2016. (Credit: Soul Spot Sunscreen)
Aztecs, Sun and Surf
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
Each year, the Mission Bay Aquatic Center hosts two Day on the Bay events along with two additional sailing days. (Credit: MBAC)
Adapting to the Water
In 2014, Thomas Page donated funds to construct the Page Pavilion, a suite of meeting and conference rooms.
New Support for College of Business Administration
Tony Gwynn (Photo: Stan Liu)
Tony Gwynn Named to California Hall of Fame
Scripps Cottage has served as a conference venue, a meeting place for student organizations and a center for international students.
Scripps Cottage Restored
Leon Williams received an honorary doctorate degree in human relations from SDSU in 2007. (Credit: Brooke Ruth/KPBS)
Lifelong Learning
In the past, SDSU students worked on real-world projects in National City. (Credit: SDSU Sage Project)
Sage Project Announces New City Partner