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Henry Janssen on the cover of an early SDSU Magazine
Gift from an SDSU Icon
Professor Emeritus Henry Janssen has made a planned gift to SDSU's Honors College.
SDSU Police Dispatcher Lucy Palatian
SDSU Dispatcher Recognized for Excellence
Police Dispatcher Lucy Palatian was named County Dispatcher of the Year for her dedication to public service.
Williams and researchers found science faculty with education specialties at institutions with Ph.D. programs are more likely to get science education grants.
Study Reveals Trends in Science Education
Kathy Williams, SDSU biology professor, and a team of researchers find university science departments are taking a more active role in improving science education.
Chancellor Timothy White
CSU Chancellor to Visit SDSU
A public open forum with Chancellor Timothy P. White is scheduled for April 24.
Participants in the 2012 Multicultural Conference, titled "Differences Affirmed: Making a Global Impact in Our Community."
Multicultural Conference Celebrates Diversity
The 2013 Multicultural Conference will feature entertainment, workshops and networking opportunities.
Women
Tennis Champions
San Diego State Men's and Women's Tennis teams both clinched Mountain West championships this weekend.
Environmental logo
Earth Week at SDSU
The annual Earth Week events hosted by SDSU's Enviro-Business Society, e3, will run from April 22-27.
Kate Swanson won this year
An Outstanding International Scholar
Kate Swanson, professor of geography, will give a free public lecture titled “Youth, Migration and Poverty in the Americas” on April 24.
The President
Reading and Writing DNA
The President's Lecture Series Featured Life Technologies Chairman and CEO, Greg Lucier.
SDSU awarded its first honorary doctorate degree to President John F. Kennedy in 1963.
SDSU Marks 50th Anniversary of JFK Speech
Kennedy’s 1963 visit will be commemorated on April 23 with a speech reenactment, a historical analysis and the dedication of a new plaque.
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