Friday, September 30, 2016

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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
The SDSU craft beer program has been off the charts since its inception in fall 2013.
Mastering the Art of Craft Beer
Through the Aztec Mentor Program, Kevin Barcelona (
Aztecs Find Post-grad Success
SDSU President Elliot Hirshman spoke to a group of business leaders at the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce.
SDSU Preparing Students to be Day One Job Ready
SDSU masters of public health graduate Christina Olson collects nutritional data in a market.
Big Data, Better Health
SDSU masters of public health graduate Christina Olson collects nutritional data in a market.
$10 Million Endowment for Health Disparities Work
A solar farm in Imperial County, California.
Spurring Clean Energy Innovation
In the micro-environment surrounding coral reefs, an interesting survival dynamic plays out between microbes and viruses.
Piggybacking Viruses
This 1955 photo features San Diego State College
Common Chords: Chapters from Aztec History
CIRM interns, Alejandra Mendoza and Nicole Wetton, are using a fluorescence microscope to image stem cells immunostained with the neuronal marker TUJ1.
Investing in Stem Cell Futures