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Wendy Maruyama in front of the TAG art project
Through Art, Maruyama Confronts a Family Indignity
Wendy Maruyama's Tag Project personalizes the internment of Japanese Americans during WWII.
Biology professor Forest Rohwer in Franz Josef Land,
Where in the World
Biology professor Forest Rohwer defied Arctic climes to seek out nature's most diverse forms of life.
Grant Workshops for Faculty
The Research Foundation will host a series of workshops throughout the spring semester.
Lee and Frank Goldberg Courtyard in the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union
A Transformational Gift
How does Conrad Prebys’ $20 million gift transform SDSU?
A woman dancing on stage
Defining the Arts
People from across campus shared what the phrase “the arts” means to them.
An abandoned New York City subway station. Photo by: John Paul Palescandolo & Eric Kazmirek.
Theater Design Goes Underground
A team of SDSU MFA students are finalists in Walt Disney Imagineering’s 2014 Imaginations competition.
The School of Communication building seen from below
A Global Leader
The SDSU Communication Master's Program was named one of the top 10 programs in the world.
Tents set up in front of Hepner Hall for Explore SDSU
Volunteers Needed for Explore SDSU
Students, faculty, staff and alumni are invited to participate in the annual open house event.
A woman working in a lab
Research Spotlight
SDSU provides an environment that fosters research and scholarship across all disciplines.
Multiple scenarios for earthquakes within the Georgia Basin underneath Vancouver indicate that earthquakes would be amplified. Image credit: Sheri Molnar and Kim Olsen.
"Sedimentary Bathtub" Amplifies Earthquakes
A subterranean basin of stiff soil beneath Vancouver might make earthquakes there more severe than expected, a San Diego State seismologist finds.
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