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Engineering Labs Go Virtual
SDSU's College of Engineering is using mobile devices for complex software applications.
Twenty four SDSU criminal justice students toured eight California prisons and professor Paul Sutton has completed a documentary about it.
Prison Through the Eyes of Tomorrow
A Presidential Leadership Fund grant allowed Paul Sutton to complete a documentary about his students' prison tours.
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Engineering the Future
Project Lead the Way gets kids excited about the field of engineering.
ARPE grad students
Rehab Counseling Receives National Grants
The four U.S. Dept. of Education grants, totaling $2.56 million, will directly support graduate students.
boy with autism points at aquarium
SDSU Awarded $4.8M by Department of Education
The four grants will help improve services and educational outcomes for children with disabilities.
Ronnie Hillman running the ball against Air Force
Streaking Aztecs Take on Rams
The Aztecs carry a three-game winning streak to the Nov. 6 game against Colorado State.
Illustration: Tracy Sabin
Meet, Play, Learn
Fulbright students take on the world.
Gail Naughton
Naughton Leaves Big Shoes to Fill
The College of Business Administration dean will step down in 2011.
Amanda Pascoe, Grant Mack & Stephen Weber pose with guitar trophy
SDSU Rocks Hunger
Aztecs win the San Diego Food Bank food drive competition for the third year in a row.
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Waiting for Superman
Viewpoints: The head of SDSU's National Center for Urban School Transformation explains what the critically acclaimed film doesn't.
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