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A coral reef
Cellular Self-Destruction
A new study finds that humans and corals share a key biomechanical pathway that tells cells when to die.
SDSU graduate
From Degree to Career
How SDSU has prepared its 9,300 degree candidates to land a job and thrive in the work force.
The rehab counseling program at graduation
Program Empowers Advocates
SDSU's Rehabilitation Counseling program teaches students to make a difference in the lives of disabled people.
SDSU veteran students work in an engineering laboratory.
Troops to Employment
SDSU’s Troops to Engineers program is combating veteran unemployment.
Brian Cone presenting his research at the SRS
Showcasing Student Researchers
The Student Research Symposium will showcase original student projects across a number of disciplines.
A male doctor helps a young female patient
Understanding Hispanic/Latino Health
A SDSU professor leads the most comprehensive study ever conducted on Hispanic and Latino health.
SDSU students studying abroad in Europe.
SDSU 30th in Nation for Study Abroad
The new Open Doors Report ranks SDSU No. 30 nationally and No. 3 in California.
Farmer
An Apple a Day
San Diego health advocates team up to create healthy eating incentives for low-income families.
SDSU x-prize logo
SDSU Team Advances in Global Competition
SDSU’s X-Team is now one of 33 teams competing for the Qualcomm Tricorder XPRIZE.
Mark Sussman, a distinguished professor of biology at SDSU, and one of his student researchers.
SDSU Receives $8.5M for Heart Research
Led by Mark Sussman, researchers are using stem cells to develop new heart treatments.
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