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Visitors to the Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center touch an interactive screen to learn about Jewish history.
In Touch with Jewish Tolerance
SDSU professor, Risa Levitt Kohn, collaborates with other experts to create a new museum experience.
The view of Cape Town from their apartment.
Trailblazing Research in South Africa
The associations between HIV and hearing in children were studied in Cape Town. This is the first study of its kind to ever be conducted in South Africa.
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Speaker Series Discusses Global Hot Topics
SDSU’s Institute on World Affairs presents visiting lecturers who will speak on a variety of global affairs topics to students and the community.
Patricia,
The Heart of the Mesa
SDSU faculty and staff are pillars of The Campaign for SDSU.
Marian Liebowitz playing the saxophone
A Summer of Saxophone
Two SDSU faculty members will be teaching a 2-week intensive CSU summer arts program in Monteray Bay.
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Quest for the Best 2013
Each year, Student Affairs honors outstanding students and the faculty and staff who support them.
Sally Roush has laid the groundwork for SDSU to grow and thrive for years to come.
Sally Roush Named CFO of the Year
The Vice President for Business and Financial Affairs was honored as Education CFO of the Year by San Diego Business Journal.
Soil Blind - an installation
Beauty in the Gutters
“Soil Blind,” a collaborative work by three Aztecs, is currently displayed at the Woodbury School of Architecture’s San Diego campus in Barrio Logan.
Greg Bear, an SDSU alumnus.
Sci-Fi Lecture Series
Science fiction gurus participate in SDSU's new lecture series starting Friday, March 22.
SDSU students help at a Guatemalan elementary school over their spring break.
Students Research and Give Back Abroad
SDSU faculty, staff and students will travel abroad this spring break to conduct research and perform service projects.
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