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SDSU Confucius Institute Honored in Beijing
SDSU’s Confucius Institute received $1 million grant as one of eight model institutes in the world.
Revolutionary Brain
Media and the Modern Brain
SDSU professor Harold Jaffe combines fiction with reality in “Revolutionary Brain,” now available.
SDSU engineering students created a 35-foot holiday tree made of aluminum and steel, with 81 strands of energy efficient LED lights
Engineering Holiday Cheer
SDSU engineering students debut a solar-powered holiday tree in Santee with the help of SDG&E.
Biology professor Theodore “Ted” Cohn
In Memoriam: Theodore Cohn
San Diego State University retired biology professor Theodore Cohn passed away at age 82 after a prolonged illness.
Alumnus Steven Welty met with SDSU President Elliot Hirshman after becoming the 40,000th donor to The Campaign for SDSU.
Campaign for SDSU 40,000 Strong
Steven Welty became the 40,000th individual donor to SDSU's comprehensive fundraising campaign.
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Biotech Innovation Wins Student Competition
Cell Minder, a student engineered biotech storage solution, won the Lavin VentureStart Competition.
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Counseling for Students Affected by Tragedy
Following Friday's tragedy in Newtown, Conn., the staff of SDSU's Counseling and Psychological Services encourages affected students to call for support.
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Bowl Week for Aztecs, Cougars
The SDSU and BYU football teams will appear all over town leading up to the San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl this Thursday night.
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High-tech Cerebral Palsy Research
An SDSU professor uses Hollywood technology to research facial movements and speech-language development in children with cerebral palsy.
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Student Dies from Meningococcal Disease
An email has been sent by SDSU to those who may have had contact with the student.
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