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Student looking through a microscope
Research Spotlight
SDSU provides an environment that fosters research and scholarship across all disciplines.
Malalai Joya speaking to a crowd
A Woman Among Warlords
Malalai Joya, activist, writer and former legislator from Afghanistan, will speak at SDSU on Oct. 22.
Statue of the Thinking Man
Philosophy Weekend
The Southern California Philosophy Conference will be held Oct. 19-20 at SDSU.
Groundswell Educational Travel participants
The Coolest Class in the World
A new study abroad experience in Panama begins this year.
Rainbow flag raising
Celebrating the LGBTQ Community
SDSU will honor the LGBTQ community on National Coming Out Day.
A cartoon of the earth in the grass
Sustainability in Higher Education
Geoffrey Chase, SDSU's sustainability guru, co-edited a book about sustainability efforts in higher education.
Common Chords concert
Roots of Islamic and Jewish Music
SDSU hosts the Common Chords concert on Thursday, Oct. 3.
Etgar Keret
Israeli Author & Filmmaker Visit
Etgar Keret, award-winning Israeli author & filmmaker, will speak to the SDSU community on Monday, Sept. 30.
A graduate student assisting Sanford Bernstein in the lab.
Research Spotlight
SDSU provides an environment that fosters research and scholarship across all disciplines.
Cheryl O
Human Rights Instilled in Students
Cheryl O'Brien, one of 22 new professors SDSU welcomed this fall, stresses the importance of education.
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