Monday, January 23, 2017

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Five women with connections to SDSU will be inducted into the San Diego County Women’s Hall of Fame. (Photo: Lauren Radack)
SDSU Figures Prominently in Women’s Hall of Fame
Joey Lucero received the 2016 Shuford C. Swift Most Outstanding First-Year Award for his contributions to SDSU as a first-year student. (Credit: Joey Lucero)
Joey Lucero’s Aztec Experience
Tom Schmedake (’85) continues to support the university as an SDSU Alumni lifetime member.
A Few Feet from the Famous
Kaye Sweetser (left) worked alongside former PAO students Jon Yoshishige (center) and Lt. Cmdr. Matt Knight at the Pearl Harbor commemoration in December.
Sharing Success with Former Students
Michele Goetz (’92) was appointed the new associate vice president and executive director of the SDSU Research Foundation last year.
Getting to Know Michele Goetz
Jeremy Caplan graduated from SDSU in 2014 with a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering.
Ask An Aztec: Jeremy Caplan
Mary Curran
People to Watch in 2017
Angela Moss, an international student from Nassau, Bahamas, looks forward to dancing on the islands this Christmas. (Photo: Michael Klitzing)
Students Explore Different Holiday Traditions
Jayla Lee is pursuing a master’s degree in communication with a specialization in mass communication and media studies.
Jayla Lee’s Aztec Experience
AVATAR can detect changes in physiology and behavior during interviews with travelers. (Credit: Aaron Elkins)
The Lie-Detecting Security Kiosk of the Future
Christine Probett and her husband, Christopher J. Probett, have  established an endowed scholarship for high-achieving students.
Giving It All She Can
Christopher Thomas
Christopher Thomas’ Aztec Experience