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Jungle book actors on stage
Dressing the Jungle
SDSU's "Jungle Book" is brought to life with quirky and playful costume designs.
Jungle Book actors on stage
The Jungle Book
SDSU’s rendition of the children’s classic will run from April 25 to May 4.
Skyline of San Diego
$1M Challenge to Hack Journalism
SDSU advances in the competition, winning $35K for an experiment using electronic sensors to test air quality in San Diego.
Kesennuma Harbor after the 2011 tsunami
The Resilience to Recover
Kotaro Nakamura's work in post-tsunami Japan yields new insights into disaster recovery.
A map indicates how many animals are in a certain region
Catching the Right Critters
New analysis reveals the complex and interconnected nature of the accidental capture of marine megafauna across the world.
A Vermillion Rockfish at the 2013 open house.
Inside Look at Marine Research
SDSU scientists interact with local creatures and research San Diego’s diverse marine ecosystems.
Hourglass with two different climates
Ghosts of Climates Past
Research on historical climates could improve predictions for our planet’s future.
Kensey Daly and Professor Julio Valdes
Wellspring of Conviction
Kensey Daly leads the SDSU chapter of Engineers Without Borders.
Matthew Lauer
Fishing for Answers
In the South Pacific, anthropologist Matthew Lauer integrates scientific knowledge and traditional wisdom.
Image of the green roof atop the new Aztec Student Union.
Taking Green to New Heights
The new Aztec Student Union will be home to a rooftop garden with a purpose.
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