Wednesday, December 7, 2016

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SDSU undergraduate students assisted in the research that went into developing the California Export Guide. (Photo: Jeffrey Brown)
SDSU Helps Develop California Export Guide
Epic Wings N Things joins Broken Yolk Café, Eureka! and Trader Joe’s in South Campus Plaza.
Epic Wings N Things to Open in South Campus Plaza
SDSU’s Sage Project is partnering with the City of Lemon Grove for the 2016-17 academic year. (Courtesy: City of Lemon Grove)
Sage Project Takes U.S. Lead on UN Climate Toolkit
SDSU ranks No. 1 among public universities for students studying abroad when compared to the percentage of university enrollment.
SDSU Named Top School for Study Abroad
SDSU currently serves more than 3,200 military-affiliated students, including veterans, active duty and reservists, and military dependents.
SDSU Named Top University for Veterans
Ron Fowler (left) poses with SDSU President Elliot Hirshman. (Photo: Lauren Radack)
Fowler Endowment Adds to a Robust Legacy
Ron Fowler (pictured) and his wife, Alexis, have pledged a $25 million endowment gift to SDSU’s College of Business Administration.
SDSU’s College of Business Receives $25 Million Endowment
John David Wicker was announced as SDSU
SDSU Names New Athletic Director
SDSU researchers will examine state policy and determine which procedures might be strengthened for higher-quality training.
Educational Leadership Department Selected for $47 Million Initiative
SDSU was named one of the top 20 national universities for students graduating with the least amount of debt. (Photo: Pablo Mason Photography)
SDSU Continues to Move up in U.S. News Rankings
In the past, SDSU students worked on real-world projects in National City. (Credit: SDSU Sage Project)
Sage Project Announces New City Partner
The Princeton Review rated SDSU highly for its admissions, academics, financial aid, quality of life and sustainability efforts. (Photo: Sandy Huffaker Jr.)
SDSU Among the Princeton Review’s Best Colleges