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Students outside the National City county office
Sage Project Celebrates Successful Year
On April 28, students will showcase the results of their course-based work in National City.
Phoebe Roeder headshot over green background
Phoebe Roeder to Retire
Liberal studies coordinator has served for 29 years.
Rafaela Santa Cruz headshot in front of Hepner Hall
A Latina Champion
Rafaela Santa Cruz has dedicated her life to improving access to education.
Student interacts with a recruiter at a career fair.
Connecting to Careers
A new mobile app connects students and recruiters at on-campus career fairs.
Students in class listening to a lecture
Are Mondays Healthier?
A study led by John Ayers found consistent weekly patterns in Google health searches.
Students on the grass during GreenFest
GreenFest 2014
SDSU celebrates its dedication to sustainability from April 21–24.
A woman playing a violin
SDSU Presents Requiem
SDSU's School of Music and Dance will present a 200-voice choral-orchestral concert on April 26.
SDSU Police running in the desert
SDSU Police Compete in the Desert
The SDSU Police Department participated in a 120 mile-long race, placing third in their division.
Six children playing
Brain Connectivity Associated with Autism
An SDSU researcher finds the brain circuits supporting social functioning are less mature and efficient in children with autism.
The rehab counseling program at graduation
Program Empowers Advocates
SDSU's Rehabilitation Counseling program teaches students to make a difference in the lives of disabled people.
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