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Research shows some non-smoking guest rooms in smoking hotels are as polluted with third hand smoke as are some smoking rooms.
Non-smokers Beware
A new study out of SDSU advises non-smokers to shun hotels operating partial smoking bans.
The No. 22 SDSU track and field team. (Photo by SDSU Athletics)
And Track and Field Makes Eleven
The No. 22 SDSU track and field team captured the Mountain West Outdoor Championship, giving SDSU 11 conference titles this year. (Photo by SDSU Athletics)
Geography professor Douglas Stow
Sensing Change, Remotely
NASA grant funds SDSU research on changes in African land use.
Softball won at least a share of its sixth Mountain West championship.
Champions Again
SDSU softball won at least a share of its sixth Mountain West championship, the 10th SDSU MW championship this year.
From left: Jeff Church, Nika Water co-founder; Alex DeNoble, Lavin Center director; L. Robert Payne, CEO of Multi-Ventures Inc.
The Importance of Social Entrepreneurship
Jeff Church, CEO and founder of Nika Water, visited SDSU to speak about the growing business of social entrepreneurship.
To the surprise of investigators, the number of psychological distress-related searches continues to be high even as the economy bounces back.
Economy Recovers but Not Mental Health
New research from the SDSU Graduate School of Public Health shows that America’s mental health is not recovering along with the economy.
Biology professor Kevin Hovel and Fulbright winner Lee D. Reeve at SDSU
11 Students Awarded Fulbrights
SDSU is once again a top Fulbright-producing university with 11 student awards for 2013-2014.
There will be eight separate commencement ceremonies throughout the weekend.
Class of 2013 Commencement
Nearly 9,100 degree candidates will participate in SDSU’s graduation ceremonies, May 16 to 19.
Students graduating
Cultural Graduation Ceremonies
SDSU student groups host intimate cultural graduation ceremonies.
Carina Valdivieso
Compact Students Set for Success
Featured graduates Martha Youssofi, Mayra Talamantes and Carina Valdivieso, honored as the fourth graduating class of Compact Scholars.
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