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Tuesday, December 11, 2018

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The SDSU team says toxic chemicals of tobacco smoke can be embedded in pillows. Non-smokers, especially children, can be exposed to toxic chemicals via contact with the polluted pillows.
Residual Tobacco Smoke Easily Pollutes New, Clean Materials
Associated Students made the announcement on Nov. 15.
Aztecs Rock Hunger Sets New Record for Community Support
Public health major Cheyanne Crisostomo volunteered in a special needs healthcare and food outreach program in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam during summer, 2018.
SDSU is No. 5 in the Nation for Number of Students Studying Abroad
SDSU President Adela de la Torre
SDSU President Gives Thanks to Community for Support of Mission Valley Site Plan
NASA shuttle
NASA Awards Three Fellowships to Support SDSU Student Research
Rita Colwell
Former NSF Director: SDSU is a Model for Higher Education
Baja California Secretary of Education Miguel Angel Mendoza (Credit: Poder Industrial)
Baja California Education Secretary to Visit Teacher-Education Project
SDSU is partnering with the City of Carlsbad to offer a Master of Public Administration degree to its employees.
New MPA Program Offered for Carlsbad City Employees
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SDSU Mission Valley Plan: Setting the Record Straight Video
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SDSU Mission Valley Plan: Setting the Record Straight, Part 4
The SDSU HealthLINK Center will build collaborative partnerships between the university and community health entities.
$20 Million Award Supports Regional Health Disparities Research, Partnerships
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SDSU Mission Valley Plan: Setting the Record Straight, Part 3

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