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Path to Excellence
Mobilizing the expertise of its faculty, SDSU is building new areas of research distinction.
Meet the Researchers
SDSU faculty are collaborating to build areas of excellence at SDSU.
David Hasemyer
Masters of the Media: David Hasemyer
The former Daily Aztec editor is now a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist.
Mayes and the research team uncovered several human and animal remains as well as pottery and other artifacts.
Bio-Archaeological Dig Exposes Ancient Culture
SDSU Anthropology Professor Arion Mayes spent the summer excavating primitive burial grounds in Oaxaca, Mexico.
Shannon Clark
SDSU Sustainability Star
Shannon Clark, '13, left a major impact on SDSU's sustainability culture without leaving a carbon footprint.
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Earth Week at SDSU
The annual Earth Week events hosted by SDSU's Enviro-Business Society, e3, will run from April 22-27.
Jeremy Long, SDSU professor
The Beat of Marine Education
SDSU Biology Professor, Jeremy Long, uses music to teach local high students about marine life and ecology.
Richard Louv, bestselling author, will be the keynote speaker for the conference.
Student-led Sustainability Conference
SDSU hosts bestselling author, Richard Louv, during a conference on sustainability concepts, progress and projects on April 13.
SDSU students from CALPIRG Energy Service Corps are in Lake Tahoe to educate children about energy conservation.
Students Go Blue to Teach Green
A group of SDSU students are spending spring break teaching Lake Tahoe children to save energy.
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Disease Outbreaks, Tobacco Effects Explored
Two SDSU students will present their research at the Western Regional Epidemic Intelligence Service Conference on Wednesday, March 20.
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