Monday, July 24, 2017

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R/V Oceanus anchored near Chuginadak Island. (Photo: Genoa Sullaway)
Dispatches from the Aleutian Islands
SDSU biologists Sanford Bernstein (left) and Girish Melkani
A Muscular Legacy
Eric Gonzalez (Photo: Lauren Radack)
Set Up for Success: Eric Gonzalez
SDSU is on track to have hired at least 240 new tenure-track faculty members by the end of 2017. (Photo: Tim Mantoani)
Building on Excellence
Walter Oechel is an SDSU biology professor and the director of the university’s Global Change Research Group.
Walter Oechel on the Paris Agreement
A coyote walks on a sidewalk in a neighborhood. (Credit: Janet Kessler/coyoteyipps.com)
The Plight of Furry City Slickers
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