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SDSU researchers Jennifer Thomas, Sarah Mattson and Ed Riley
A Preventable Malady
Fetal alcohol syndrome researchers see hope for successful intervention and treatment.
American Umpire, by Elizabeth Cobbs Hoffman, Harvard Press
American Umpire
An SDSU history professor's new book reinterprets America's role in the world.
The event is an opportunity for the community to see the fascinating, high level work SDSU students and faculty are collaborating on.
An Inside Look at Top Student Research
The SDSU Student Research Symposium on March 8 and 9 recognizes outstanding scholarly research accomplishments by SDSU students.
Kum Kum Bhavani
Celebrating International Women's Day
SDSU's Women's Studies department presents a lecture from prominent sociology professor, Kum Kum Bhavani on March 8.
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Green Certificates for a Growing Industry
The College of Extended Studies offers courses for certificates in the green industry.
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Making Their Case
SDSU's Sports MBA Program won its own international case competition for the first time.
Randy Reinholz in “The Bird House." Photo courtesy of Craig Schwartz
Taking the Stage
SDSU’s Randy Reinholz stars in the play “The Bird House” opening March 1 at the Autry National Center's Wells Fargo Theater in Los Angeles.
Terry Atkinson
Investing in the Future
Terry Atkinson's gift supports SDSU's ambitious research agenda.
More than 150 graduates of the program have been employed in nearly 40 countries worldwide.
Learn to Teach English Abroad
SDSU's College of Extended Studies offers a summer program preparing students to teach English overseas.
Tony Young and SDSU President Elliot Hirshman at the event.
Service Award Presented to Red Cross CEO
Tony Young receives the President’s Service Award from SDSU.
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