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SDSU aims to improve outcomes for foster youth.
Foster Youth at Heart of $1.5M Grant
The grant bolster's SDSU efforts to improve how school counselors work with foster youth.
Thom Reilly
Leading Acceptance
SDSU professor Thom Reilly was recently appointed to lead the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation board.
A high-tech room full of computers.
Well Connected
A new NSF grant supports construction of a network for data-intensive research exchange.
Scuba diver surrounded by fish. Getty Images: Walter Frame
A Third of Marine Species Remain Undescribed
SDSU biology professor is one of 270 authors of first-ever comprehensive register of the world's marine species.
Frank Harris III
Tackling Educational Barriers for Black Men
SDSU Professor Frank Harris III co-authored the report "A Role for Policymakers in Improving the Status of Black Male Students in U.S. Higher Education."
Leonard Lavin surrounded by SDSU
Entrepreneurial Management Center Named
Leonard Lavin, the retired chair of Alberto Culver, renews support for SDSU’s nationally ranked program.
Congratulations SDSU Colleges Rock Hunger projected on Hard Rock Hotel
Aztecs Astound Food Bank
San Diego State’s donation nearly doubled last year’s total.
Africana Studies 40 year anniversery poster showing faculty from the 70
Africana Studies Turns 40!
Events celebrating the milestone, Nov. 9-11, include a dinner, an awards ceremony and a tribute to the arts.
These photomicrograph cardiac stem cells isolated from mouse hearts clustered together in the shape of a heart.
Tissue Regeneration at Heart of New Institute
SDSU's Integrated Regenerative Research Institute aims to harness the power and healing potential of stem cells.
Actors and actresses in the "Peter Pan and Wendy" show
A New Take on Peter Pan
The play, which opens Nov. 16 at the Don Powell Theatre, features puppets, new song compositions and a live rock band onstage.
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