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Walter Rosenkranz
Shifting Gears Toward a Greener City
Walter Rosenkranz always had the entrepreneurial spirit of a California native.
Greg Talavera, M.D.
A Prescription for Healthy Families
Greg Talavera leads one of the largest and most comprehensive studies of Latino health.
earthquake simulation
When “the Big One” Comes
Kim Olsen has created a computer-generated model of an 8.0 earthquake in southern California.
Veteran
Moral Injury of PTSD Examined
National PTSD expert Dr. Jonathan Shay will discuss combat veterans' mental health, Oct. 5, at the inaugural Jack McGrory lecture.
SDSU Patriot Day Ceremony
9/11 Remembered
The SDSU community gathered for a ceremony honoring victims, first responders and other heroes of Sept. 11, 2001.
Wounded warriors
Cycling for Wounded Warriors
SDSU student and Navy veteran Joe Frank cycled across the United States to support injured veterans.
Survival in Sarajevo
Rising Above Religious Differences
Symposium to address cooperation between Jews, Muslims and Christians during the Bosnian War.
Richard "Doc" Morris started teaching physics at San Diego State in 1957.
Cymer Gift Honors Physics Legend
The $300,000 gift honors Richard "Doc" Morris, who has taught at SDSU for 55 years.
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Focus on Strategy for Long-Term Success
All-University Convocation also included the presentation of Awards for Outstanding Faculty Contributions to the university, more commonly known as Montys.
Program participants Matthew Belden(left) and Matthew Kochevar are both electrical engineering majors and Navy veterans.
Corporate Support for Student-Vets
A new student engineering program places student-veterans in paid internships.
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