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AIR participants
American Indians for Higher Education
The American Indian Recruitment program was established at SDSU to promote success in academics in the American Indian community.
Shannon Clark
SDSU Sustainability Star
Shannon Clark, '13, left a major impact on SDSU's sustainability culture without leaving a carbon footprint.
Granger Junior High School accepts a $5,000 check from NCUST and the gold-level award. (Photo Credit: Ray Perez)
Local School Gets Top Honor
SDSU’s National Center for Urban School Transformation selected Granger Junior High School as a top high-performing urban school in the country.
The Campaign for SDSU is transforming the campus and propelling students to success.
$400 Million Raised for SDSU Success
The Campaign for SDSU is transforming the campus and propelling students to success.
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.
Linda Guzzo, center, checks with Adam Seperack and Lucy Velasquez on the progress of their internships.
Path to Employment
Career Services collaborates with SDSU colleges to enhance student internships.
New library logo
Art Students Help Library Write Next Chapter
Students from SDSU's School of Art and Design created a new look for the San Diego Public Library.
His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama visited SDSU in April 2012.
Were You Enlightened?
A year later, does the Dalai Lama's message still resonate with you?
President John F. Kennedy spoke at SDSU
The Kennedy Effect
50 years ago, John F. Kennedy came to campus and changed San Diego State history.
Four Presidents
A Panel of Presidents
SDSU Insider features a Q&A with the four living SDSU presidents.
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