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SDSU Professor William Tong
Prof. William Tong is CSUPERB
Tong, received the CSU Andreoli Faculty Service Award for his novel laser research.
The Marine Drum and Bugle Corps includes 84 musicians.
Battle Color Ceremony Set for March 7
The ceremony, which is open to the public, will include the Marine Color Guard, the Drum and Bugle Corps and the Silent Drill Platoon.
Tijuana River National Estuarine Research Reserve
Undergrad Research Focus of $250K Grant
SDSU scientists and student researchers will study the connection between climate change and the spread of infectious disease.
Woman smoking in car
Tobacco Chemicals in ‘Smoke-free’ Rental Cars
Research finds that rented vehicles often contain smoker pollutants.
Retired SDSU Police Detective Chris Jacobsen
Once an Aztec, Always an Aztec
Detective Chris Jacobsen worked for the SDSU Police Department for more than 30 years.
Timber rattlesnakes
Rattlesnakes Not So Cold Hearted
SDSU biologist Rulon Clark finds the slithery creatures tend to stick with family.
Performers of "Partch"
NWEAMO Explores Avant-Garde Music Feb. 28 - March 3
The annual music festival features the music of Michael Daugherty and Frank Zappa, among others.
Kristian Brown
Alums Dubbed Emerging Scholars
Two graduates of SDSU’s Minority Access to Research Careers program are recognized for their academic research by Diverse magazine.
Brookesia Micra chameleon perched upon a researcher
Biologist Discovers Mini Reptile
SDSU's Ted Townsend conducted genetic tests that confirmed the lizard is an ancient and previously unknown chameleon species.
Joanna Brooks
More Than a ‘Mormon Girl’
English chair Joanna Brooks talks about writing her memoir and her blog, Ask Mormon Girl.
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