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Angie Pham
What Lies Beneath
Graduate student Angie Pham researched more than 100 wells and cisterns in San Diego County.
soldiers in uniform
9/11 Ceremony
SDSU ROTC invites students, faculty and staff to a 9/11 remembrance ceremony at the flagpole in front of Hepner Hall.
Elisabeth Stephens
7 Things About Elisabeth Stephens
Graduate student Elisabeth Stephens is pursuing her dream to become a United States Air Force officer.
The Shores’ gift is one of nearly 200 planned gifts, totaling about $90 million, received during The Campaign for SDSU.
Family Traditions
Nua and Michael Shores' planned gift honors decades of commitment to higher education.
Ofelia Zepeda
Schedule Adjustment Deadline
Starting in summer 2013, San Diego State University moved to a single schedule adjustment deadline per semester.
Writing on a note pad
Next Generation Journalists
SDSyouth will focus on recognizing students in high school newspapers, journalism clubs and English classes with an emphasis on journalistic writing.
Student Services
Jewish Holidays Absence for Faculty and Staff
Faculty members may, with the approval of their department chair, make arrangements to exchange teaching duties to accommodate Jewish colleagues.
Martina Musteen
Social Entrepreneurs in India
Three SDSU management professors researched social entrepreneurship trends in India.
An Ecuadorian man poses with a mucawa — a special bowl used to drink chicha, an Ecuadorian delicacy.
Ecuadorian Art
Richard Burkett, professor of ceramics, has visited Ecudaor since 1994 to study indigenous people and their use of pottery.
Goble testing the B-TrackS system
Combating Concussions
Researchers at SDSU are developing a new balance testing tool that will improve concussion diagnosis.
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