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A Global Engineering Leader
SDSU Engineering Professor Madu Gupta becomes a top leader of the world’s largest scientific, technical and professional society.
Gail Farber
Stories of Leadership: Gail Farber
A Q&A with alumnus Gail Farber, the first female director of the Los Angeles County Public Works Department.
Jeanne Stevenson
Stories of Leadership: Jeanne Stevenson
A Q&A with SDSU Alumnus, clinical psychologist Jeanne Stevenson.
Sally Roush has laid the groundwork for SDSU to grow and thrive for years to come.
Sally Roush Named CFO of the Year
The Vice President for Business and Financial Affairs was honored as Education CFO of the Year by San Diego Business Journal.
Soil Blind - an installation
Beauty in the Gutters
“Soil Blind,” a collaborative work by three Aztecs, is currently displayed at the Woodbury School of Architecture’s San Diego campus in Barrio Logan.
An artist
Champions for Student Success
Goldbergs' close encounters with student leaders results in a gift to Aztec Student Union.
"Michael 59", Shigley
Prof's Art Featured in Smithsonian
SDSU art professor and artist Neil Shigley's work was selected as a finalist in the Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition, where it will be included in the tri-ennial exhibit.
Nadir Bouhmouch
Sexual Violence, Women’s Rights in Morocco
SDSU student Nadir Bouhmouch's new film, "475," explores women's right and repercussions of sexual violence in Morocco.
A.S. Elections Committee Chair Omar Espinoza (foreground) speaks to students in East Commons.
Top Turnout for A.S. Elections
More than 18 percent of students voted in the Associated Students elections, the highest turnout in recent memory.
Image of Anne Day provided by the Day family.
In Memoriam: Anne Day
A former first lady of SDSU, Anne Day is remembered for her warmth and generosity.
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