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$1M Grant Trains Next Gen of Energy Engineers
The U.S. Department of Energy award strengthens the Department of Mechanical Engineering's Industrial Assessment Center.
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Students Top National Video Competition
Two marketing students were awarded first and second place in the national "LearnSmart and Win!" contest.
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A Growing Community
The Children's Center partners with Suzie's Farm to provide organic produce for its families.
Apple iPad Photo by Matt Buchanan.
Need an App for That?
Mayor Jerry Sanders challenges San Diegans to create applications to improve quality of life and public services.
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Music and Dance Turns 75
A series of special performances are planned to honor the School of Music and Dance's past and embrace its future.
Congressman Bob Filner speaks with guests at the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Luncheon. Photo by Glenn Robertson, SDSU Marketing & Communications.
Civil Rights in Action
Congressman Bob Filner talks about his work with Martin Luther King Jr. at the campus luncheon honoring the civil rights leader's memory.
His Holiness the Dalai Lama
His Holiness The 14th Dalai Lama to Visit San Diego
The Compassion Without Borders tour will include events at SDSU, UC San Diego and USD.
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Sustainability: More Than a Buzzword
SDSU’s Center for Regional Sustainability will open the doors to a new student-oriented facility later this month.
A chromolithographic narrative slide from the collection illustrating "Gulliver
Magic Lanterns Illuminate Library
The SDSU Library and Information Access will feature its large collection of magic lanterns and slides Jan. 18 - June 29.
Wendy Maruyama installs "The Tag Project" at the University Art Gallery.
Artist Explores Japanese Internment
SDSU professor Wendy Maruyama's "The Tag Project" opens Feb. 10 in the University Art Gallery.
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