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More than 38,000 donors have contributed to The Campaign for SDSU.
SDSU Receives $71.5 Million in 2011-12
Private donors continue to support students, university through The Campaign for SDSU.
Curiosity Touching Down, Artist
SDSU Alums Lead Mars Rover Mission
Six SDSU alumni are part of the Mars Science Laboratory team that will land the Mars Rover "Curiosity" on the planet this weekend.
Photo courtesy of UC Davis.
A Tail of Survival
SDSU biology professors discover that tail wagging helps squirrels defend against rattlesnakes.
London Bridge.  Photo by Steven Luke
Aztecs at the Olympics
Find out about Aztecs participating in the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London.
A cross section of a newley transplanted cardiac stem cell.
Rejuvenating Aged Hearts
SDSU Heart Institute researchers successfully rejuvenated damaged and aged heart tissue with modified stem cells.
Statistics
Statisticians Attack Massive Data
Six thousand statisticians will gather, July 29, in San Diego to discuss data ranging from health care to sports.
Venice, Italy
The Allure of Venice Revealed
A new book by SDSU's Joanne Ferraro is a sweeping portrait of the floating city.
Finance
Financial Planning Program Lauded
The College of Extended Studies offers a certification program for careers in financial planning.
Darwin book
Darwin Still Rules!
A new book by Stanley Maloy, dean of the College of Sciences, asks scientists why evolutionary research matters.
ARC Bike Rental Program
Associated Students will provide bikes for students to rent starting in fall 2012.
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