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Friday, December 6, 2019

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A programming error in the flight control system is the culprit behind two Boeing 737 Max plane crashes. Photo: Stock photo.
What Caused Boeing’s 737 Max Crashes
Robotics researcher and assistant professor Peiman N. Mousavi (left) with his student Mostafa Bagheri and the robot they worked on. Photo and video: Scott Hargrove for SDSU
This Imitator Could Help Seniors With Motor Skills
Jerry Sheehan named SDSU
SDSU's New CIO Named
Harsimran “Sim” Baweja introducing student Eunice Bae to virtual reality. (Photo: Sandy Huffaker)
Virtually Present
SDSU has also upgraded the security of its eduroam network.
SDSU Wireless Network Updated
Eighteen SDSU students were awarded scholarships courtesy of the ARCS San Diego chapter.
ARCS Awards 18 Scholarships to STEM Students
This year, nearly 150 courses are expected to offer electronic course materials through Immediate Access.
SDSU’s Immediate Access Projected to Save Students $4M
Piotr Jankowski
SDSU Professor Receives Fulbright to Study Urban City Planning
Cal State Tech Conference “Technology Supporting Innovation in Teaching and Research” Gold Award
SDSU Recognized for Innovation in Teaching and Research
Rosey platform
Artificial Intelligence Meets Education at SDSU
SperoQT microscope
Distinctive New Microscope at SDSU Allows for Groundbreaking Research
A team of researchers found that Twitter users averaged 90 percent of their tweets in a single city during the 16-month study period—most often their home city.
Despite Digital Revolution, Distance Still Matters