Sunday, May 28, 2017

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Recent findings made by researchers at SDSU
Rethinking Coral Reefs’ Microscopic Life
More than 10,000 SDSU students will graduate at the university’s commencement ceremonies this weekend.
Class of 2017 Standouts
This past month, SDSU said goodbye to a coaching legend, received a new national ranking and opened a new outdoor park-like space. (Photo: Mpu Dinani)
This Month on NewsCenter
Harmony Saunders helped to create the Hands On STEM Fair at a local elementary school to teach science to underserved children.
Harmony Saunders’ Aztec Experience
2016 Quest for the Best Winners (Credit: SDSU Student Life and Leadership)
2017 Quest for the Best Winners Announced
SDSU biology graduate student Amanda Alker
Getting Coral Polyps to Settle Down
Megan Morris was selected as a recipient of the President’s Award at this year
Megan Morris’ Aztec Experience
Brachinus elongatulus, more commonly known as the bombardier beetle (Credit: Tanya Renner/Moore Lab at the University of Arizona)
Don’t Bug this Beetle
Students and researchers converse during a CSU I-Corps workshop earlier this year. (Credit: California State University)
Opening the Entrepreneurship Pipeline to Underrepresented Researchers
Rob Edwards is a professor of computer science and biology within the Department of Computer Science at SDSU. (Credit: Rob Edwards)
Prestigious Recognition for SDSU Virus Researcher
Nearly 500 SDSU students showcased their original research, scholarship projects and creative activities at the Student Research Symposium.
Student Research Symposium Winners Announced
Kristine Taniguchi is one of the 10 SDSU graduate and Ph.D. students selected as an Inamori Fellow.
10 SDSU Students Receive Inamori Foundation Scholarships