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Karen Emmorey
Language on the Brain
SDSU speech and language professor, Karen Emmorey, will present her research at the AAAS annual meeting on Feb. 15.
Keshia Baker an athlete and SDSU master
The Gold Standard of Dedication
Keshia Baker returns from the 2012 Summer Olympics with a gold medal, but remains hungry for future success.
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Biggest SDSU News in 2012
Take a look back at top SDSU headlines this past year.
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High-tech Cerebral Palsy Research
An SDSU professor uses Hollywood technology to research facial movements and speech-language development in children with cerebral palsy.
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Physical Therapy Doctorate Launches
The new doctoral program responds to a country-wide shortage of physical therapists.
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Public Health Lecture Oct. 11
The need for social justice to advance public health will be the focus of a national expert’s Oct. 11 presentation on campus.
Greg Talavera, M.D.
A Prescription for Healthy Families
Greg Talavera leads one of the largest and most comprehensive studies of Latino health.
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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.
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New Faculty Welcomed
Five new faculty and directors join the SDSU family for fall 2012.
A cross section of a newley transplanted cardiac stem cell.
Rejuvenating Aged Hearts
SDSU Heart Institute researchers successfully rejuvenated damaged and aged heart tissue with modified stem cells.
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