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Sabbaticals and Difference-in-Pay Leave Applications
The application process is now open for the 2014-2015 academic year.
Nadine, SDSU student, in a village in Ghana
Aztecs Research in Africa
SDSU's Estralita Martin has led a research abroad program in Ghana since 2002.
Hirshman speaking to students
Supporting Local Students
More than 100 under-represented ninth and tenth grade students visited SDSU as part of the “Students with Academic Goals” SAT preperatory academy.
Student with grad cap
A Message That Stands the Testament of Time
Nearly 9,100 degree candidates will participate in SDSU Commencement ceremonies, May 16 to 19.
Doug Kelley
Class of 2013 Featured Grads
SDSU’s 2013 featured graduates are set to turn transformational college experiences into impactful careers.
Ahmed Abdi and Kee Moon, Ph.D., professor of mechanical engineering.
SDSU Among Most Affordable Colleges in the Nation
SDSU was selected as one of the top 50 most affordable colleges, providing its graduates with a high-value education.
There will be eight separate commencement ceremonies throughout the weekend.
Class of 2013 Commencement
Nearly 9,100 degree candidates will participate in SDSU’s graduation ceremonies, May 16 to 19.
New representatives are sworn in at the last A.S. Council meeting.
A.S. Swears in New Reps
The May 1 meeting also implemented the new governing structure for Associated Students.
Sally Roush
Roush and Kitchen Set to Retire
Two exceptional members of the SDSU community, Sally Roush and James Kitchen, plan to retire at the end of the academic year.
Linda Guzzo, center, checks with Adam Seperack and Lucy Velasquez on the progress of their internships.
Path to Employment
Career Services collaborates with SDSU colleges to enhance student internships.
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