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Architecture in India
Faculty Fulbrights
Three SDSU Fulbright Scholars are headed to India, Pakistan and Slovenia.
Geography professor Douglas Stow
Sensing Change, Remotely
NASA grant funds SDSU research on changes in African land use.
Biology professor Kevin Hovel and Fulbright winner Lee D. Reeve at SDSU
11 Students Awarded Fulbrights
SDSU is once again a top Fulbright-producing university with 11 student awards for 2013-2014.
A Global Engineering Leader
SDSU Engineering Professor Madu Gupta becomes a top leader of the world’s largest scientific, technical and professional society.
SDSU students help at a Guatemalan elementary school over their spring break.
Students Research and Give Back Abroad
SDSU faculty, staff and students will travel abroad this spring break to conduct research and perform service projects.
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.
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