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The researchers believe their discovery could influence the prevention and treatment of infections.
New Immune System Discovered
A research team, led by Jeremy Barr, a biology post-doctoral fellow, unveils a new immune system that protects humans and animals from infection.
During the ceremonies, SDSU President Elliot Hirshman and Provost Nancy Marlin will confer the degrees on the students.
A Message That Stands the Testament of Time
Nearly 9,100 degree candidates will participate in SDSU Commencement ceremonies, May 16 to 19.
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Top 10 Degrees for 2013
The 10 most popular degrees SDSU’s Class of 2013 will graduate with.
Doug KelleyThe Class of 2013 has a bright future, but they will always be Aztecs.
Class of 2013 Featured Grads
SDSU’s 2013 featured graduates are set to turn transformational college experiences into impactful careers.
SDSU’s College of Business Administration was named among the top M.B.A. schools Hispanic Network Magazine.
SDSU Among “Best of the Best”
Hispanic Network Magazine recognized SDSU as one of the top universities in the nation.
SDSU Career Services has a number of programs in place to help graduates still searching for the perfect job.
Good News for Grads
2013 graduates are getting into the best job market the nation has seen since 2009.
Ahmed Abdi and Kee Moon, Ph.D., professor of mechanical engineering, whose brain-controlled bionics research is funded by the National Science Foundation.
SDSU Among Most Affordable Colleges in the Nation
SDSU was selected as one of the top 50 most affordable colleges, providing its graduates with a high-value education.
Mission Bay Aquatic Center adjacent to Mission Bay
MBAC Gets LEED-Platinum Certified
The Associated Students-managed facility received the highest certification for green building operations.
Research shows some non-smoking guest rooms in smoking hotels are as polluted with third hand smoke as are some smoking rooms.
Non-smokers Beware
A new study out of SDSU advises non-smokers to shun hotels operating partial smoking bans.
To the surprise of investigators, the number of psychological distress-related searches continues to be high even as the economy bounces back.
Economy Recovers but Not Mental Health
New research from the SDSU Graduate School of Public Health shows that America’s mental health is not recovering along with the economy.
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