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A young tree iguana
Threats to Biodiversity Exposed
SDSU anthropologist Erin Riley and a group of 215 researchers from around the globe find an alarming decline in biodiversity.
Solar Receiver Window
From Lab Scale to Large Scale
A $3.9 million Dept. of Energy grant will turn a solar energy theory and a lab model into a full-scale testing device.
Walter Rosenkranz
Shifting Gears Toward a Greener City
Walter Rosenkranz always had the entrepreneurial spirit of a California native.
Aztec Student Union construction worker on site
What's New with the Union?
Aztec Student Union is set to 'go vertical' Sept. 4.
Aztec Green
Green Campus Earns Award
SDSU received a silver rating from the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education.
Storm and Nasatir Halls opened in 1957.
Makeover for Storm, Nasatir Halls
Project update Aug. 22, 2012: Construction got under way over the summer.
Surf Research
Scholarship Provides Study Abroad Experience
The SPY sunglass company's gift will give hospitality and tourism students the opportunity to study at the Center for Surf Research.
Surfrider Foundation
Surfrider Selects Student Designs
SDSU student art will be used in a public awareness campaign to reduce plastic pollution.
Bicycle recycle
Recycle Your Bicycle
Donated bicycles will be refurbished and given to underprivileged kids and teens.
Shannon Clark, junior, political science
Student Earns Environment Scholarship
Honors student and sustainability advocate Shannon Clark is one of five in California funded by the Udall Foundation.
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