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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.
Kate Swanson won this year
An Outstanding International Scholar
Kate Swanson, professor of geography, will give a free public lecture titled “Youth, Migration and Poverty in the Americas” on April 24.
Performers in "A Spit of Wax"
SDSU Music and Dance Presents "A Spit of Wax"
The SDSU School of Music and Dance, in conjunction with somebodies dance theatre, will showcase a dance work about burning the candle at both ends.
Visitors to the Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center touch an interactive screen to learn about Jewish history.
In Touch with Jewish Tolerance
SDSU professor, Risa Levitt Kohn, collaborates with other experts to create a new museum experience.
Picture of Bela Lugosi (aka Dracula)
Delving into Vampires
SDSU European studies professor explores the evolution of Vampires in literature, fashion, and film.
Charles W. Hostler Institute on World Affairs logo
Speaker Series Discusses Global Hot Topics
SDSU’s Institute on World Affairs presents visiting lecturers who will speak on a variety of global affairs topics to students and the community.
Patricia,
The Heart of the Mesa
SDSU faculty and staff are pillars of The Campaign for SDSU.
Student President
Student Research Symposium Winners
The 2013 Student Research Symposium featured novel SDSU faculty and student findings across various disciplines.
A woman reading to a child
Childrens Books Reviewed, Donated
Volunteers at SDSU’s Children’s Book Review Marathon reviewed and donated books to children's organizations across the county.
"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.
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