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A Message That Stands the Testament of Time
Nearly 9,100 degree candidates will participate in SDSU Commencement ceremonies, May 16 to 19.
Doug Kelley
Class of 2013 Featured Grads
SDSU’s 2013 featured graduates are set to turn transformational college experiences into impactful careers.
Ahmed Abdi and Kee Moon, Ph.D., professor of mechanical engineering.
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.
The Aztec Warrior, aka Monty
2013-2014 Faculty Montys
Seven faculty members will be recognized for contributions to teaching, research and community service.
There will be eight separate commencement ceremonies throughout the weekend.
Class of 2013 Commencement
Nearly 9,100 degree candidates will participate in SDSU’s graduation ceremonies, May 16 to 19.
The SDSU XPRIZE Team includes more than 60 members from five SDSU colleges.
From Trekkie to Techie
A team at SDSU is working on a "Star Trek" inspired device that could revolutionize health care.
Williams and researchers found science faculty with education specialties at institutions with Ph.D. programs are more likely to get science education grants.
Study Reveals Trends in Science Education
Kathy Williams, SDSU biology professor, and a team of researchers find university science departments are taking a more active role in improving science education.
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Celebrating SDSU's Diversity
An awards ceremony honors diversity among the SDSU community.
Student President
Student Research Symposium Winners
The 2013 Student Research Symposium featured novel SDSU faculty and student findings across various disciplines.
SDSU students help at a Guatemalan elementary school over their spring break.
Students Research and Give Back Abroad
SDSU faculty, staff and students will travel abroad this spring break to conduct research and perform service projects.
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