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Teacher reading books to children
Reading Event to Celebrate Dr. Seuss
The SDSU Children’s Center hosts a read-in on Campanile Walkway on Friday, March 1.
SDSU psychology professor Jean Twenge
Twenge to Talk about Generation Me
The public is invited to hear Twenge, Feb. 28, provide a behind-the-scenes look at the data on how generations differ.
Leonard H. Lavin (left) and Dr. Elliot Hirshman. Photo by Dave Siccardi.
New Name for Entrepreneurship Center
The center’s benefactor, Leonard H. Lavin, was celebrated at a Feb. 15 ceremony.
Science Fiction novels
Strange Data, Infinite Possibilities
Generous donations from numerous sci-fi authors made the newest Donor Hall exhibit truly out of this world.
Group of diverse students
SDSU and SDG&E Celebrate Diversity and Student Success
Vote for a local non-profit to receive a $10,000 grant.
A.L.I.C.E. training is free to the campus community.
A.L.I.C.E. Training Open to All
The SDSU Police Department is hosting a free A.L.I.C.E. training session open to anyone from the campus community.
Glen Broom forever changed the face of public relations during his 30-year career as a professor at San Diego State University.
Renowned PR Professor Leaves a Mark
The School of Journalism & Media Studies launches a $1.5M campaign to fund a professional center for public relations named for Glen Broom.
LGBT flag
LGBT Lecture Discusses Travel and Tourism
The fifth Finding Leadership Under Identity lecture begins at 6 p.m., Feb. 26, at the Parma Payne Goodall Alumni Center.
Black History Month
Black History Month at SDSU
SDSU celebrates Black History Month with several campus wide events.
LGBT pride
Supporting Students, Saving Lives
SDSU alumnus Vincent Pompei will chair and direct an upcoming conference supporting LGBTQIA youth.
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