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Competing Globally
Nadir Bouhmouch
Sexual Violence, Women’s Rights in Morocco
SDSU student Nadir Bouhmouch's new film, "475," explores women's right and repercussions of sexual violence in Morocco.
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.
Peace Corps. volunteer
Leaders in Peace Corps Service
SDSU is ranked No. 35 as a top volunteer producing college in the nation.
Comm. Master’s Program Top-Ranked
SDSU’s communication master’s program ranks No. 6 in the nation and No. 11 in the world.
Antonio Palacios and students
A Man for All Sensors
Antonio Palacios, professor of mathematics, is working to build sensors that rival the perfection of the natural world.
crab
Little Mysteries, Big Discoveries
With funding from a prestigious grant, professor Forest Rohwer and a research team will explore the global epicenter of marine biodiversity.
Students in the lab of Mark Sussman, Ph.D., director of SDSU
A Model for Research Success
When private giving leverages public funding, amazing things happen.
Charles and Chinyeh Hostler
$3M Hostler Gift Supports Global Studies
The Charles W. Hostler Institute on World Affairs provides a campus forum for the discussion of critical global issues.
Back of Hepner Hall
Profiles of Leadership
Leadership Starts Here is a bold statement of San Diego State University's impact and commitment.
Geoff Chase, dean of undergraduate studies, (front, far left), with graduates of SDSU
Partners in the Pacific
Hundreds of Pacific Islanders have access to higher education through SDSU’s Interwork Institute.
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