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Students Build Solar Panel Systems
SDSU engineering students are working toward building a permitted solar power system atop a trailer facility as part of a senior project.
greenfest logo on flag
Red, Black and Green All Over
GreenFest promotes sustainability and Aztec pride, March 19 - 21.
Leilani Münter at Daytona, photo by: Douglas E. Murray
Eco-Athlete Gives GreenFest Keynote
Top 10 female car racer and environmentalist Leilani Münter will speak March 20.
Students speak at the dorms
Dorm Dwellers Go Green in National Competition
SDSU competes with universities across the country to reduce electricity and water use on campus.
SDSU engineering students created a 35-foot holiday tree made of aluminum and steel, with 81 strands of energy efficient LED lights
Engineering Holiday Cheer
SDSU engineering students debut a solar-powered holiday tree in Santee with the help of SDG&E.
Aztec Student Union update
The new union gets ready for winter.
Child working on a compost pile
Children's Center Begins Composting
The SDSU Children's Center began a composting project as part of a grant from San Diego Gas & Electric.
Pete Garcia
A Champion for First Generation Students
Pete Garcia's gifts to SDSU connect the dots between his numerous and diverse interests.
Glen Brandenburg (left) and California Energy Commissioner Andrew McAllister
Commissioner Visit Highlights Energy Efficiency
A visit by California Energy Commissioner Andrew McAllister highlights sustainable facilities and programs on campus.
golden monkey
Scientists Partner to Protect Environment
A $1.3 Million NSF award will send an SDSU-led research team to China.
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