Wednesday, June 28, 2017

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Students in SDSU’s Sage Project and Lemon Grove community members painted a mural on the side of the Lemon Grove Recreation Center. (Credit: City of Lemon Grove)
SDSU’s Sage Project Creates Public Art for Lemon Grove
The SDSU Linguistics Student Association offers members the opportunity to attend culturally enriching events on campus. (Credit: SDSU LSA)
Student Organization Spotlight: Linguistics Student Association
Zheng-sheng Zhang has taught at SDSU since 1990 and will return to the university for the 2018-19 academic year.
SDSU Professor to Teach at U.S. Air Force Academy
Bonnie Harris is a history lecturer at San Diego State University. (Credit: Bonnie Harris)
Documentary Explores Holocaust Safe Haven in the Philippines
SDSU will host seven separate ceremonies from May 12-14 at Viejas Arena and one ceremony on May 11 at its Imperial Valley campus.
2017 Commencement Summary
More than 10,000 SDSU students will graduate at the university’s commencement ceremonies this weekend.
Class of 2017 Standouts
Kim Twist is an assistant professor of political science at San Diego State University.
Kim Twist on the French Election
The most popular degrees among this year
Top 10 Degrees for 2017
Jessica Van Ruiten (left) and Jada Keeran (right) won first place for their undergraduate research at the 31st annual CSU Student Research Competition. (Photo: Courtesy of Cal Poly SLO)
SDSU Students Win Top Prizes at CSU Research Competition
More than 10,000 SDSU students will graduate at the university’s commencement festivities this month.
More than 10,000 Students to Graduate From SDSU
SDSU history professor Kathryn Edgerton-Tarpley in Zhengzhou, the capital of China
SDSU History Professor Wins Fulbright for Research in China
Each year, SDSU clubs, organizations and departments provide an opportunity to celebrate the achievements of graduates.
A More Intimate Commencement