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The SDSU XPRIZE Team includes more than 60 members from five SDSU colleges.
From Trekkie to Techie
A team at SDSU is working on a "Star Trek" inspired device that could revolutionize health care.
Forty students out of over 2,500 were selected for membership.
Mortar Board Taps Students for Membership
Selection for the prestigious honor society is based on scholarship, leadership and service.
2013 Grads Shop and Socialize
Aztec Shops will host the 7th annual GradNite from 5 to 7 p.m. on May 2.
Students studying language at the LARC
SDSU Offers Summer Intensive Language Courses
Registration is now open for SDSU’s summer intensive critical language courses in Arabic, Persian and Russian.
CSU Chancellor Timothy P. White and philanthropist Darlene Shiley chat during a tour of the Donald P. Shiley BioScience Center.
CSU Chancellor Meets San Diego State Community
Chancellor Timothy P. White visited SDSU to discuss the future of the California State University system.
Scholar athletes
Aztecs Honored For Work In Classroom
A department-record of 305 scholar-athletes were honored for their achievements on and off the field.
CSU Northridge Detective Mark Benavidez hands off the baton to runner David Olivares, a parking officer from CSU Long Beach.
CSU Police Dominate in the Desert
The SDSU Police Department participated in a 120 mile-long race, placing first in their division.
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.
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