Saturday, February 25, 2017

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Actresses Katie Holmes (left) and Dianne Wiest at the National Memorial Day Concert in Washington, D.C.
Leading Actresses in Hollywood
The fMRI scans show regions of over- and underconnectivity between the cerebellum and cerebral cortex in young people with autism spectrum disorder.
What’s New at SDSU: Psychology
SDSU biologist Nicholas Shikuma studies the life cycles of sea creatures and their interaction with bacteria in the water.
SDSU Biologist Awarded Prestigious Sloan Fellowship
Teams at the conference built temperature and humidity sensors like the one pictured. (Photo: Jayla Lee)
Sensing the News
Sam Kassegne, deputy director for the CSNE at SDSU, and colleagues developed electrodes made out of glassy carbon. (Credit: Sam Kassegne)
Big Improvements to Brain-Computer Interface
Peter Scheidt, Kurb-Side Spoons, 2017 (pictured: the artist working); modified Specialized Stumpjumper; courtesy of the artist
Experience Movement in Every Which Way
SDSU is ranked as a top 10 university for students studying abroad. (Credit: PSFA)
Dean Provides Support to Encourage Study Abroad
Tanis King Starck is the assistant dean for special projects in SDSU
Honoring Commitment to Equal Rights
Chicano Park (Credit: KPBS)
Looking at Walls, Seeing Murals
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Supersonic Science in SDSU’s Wind Tunnel Complex
Cristina Alfaro is an associate professor of English language and biliteracy development in SDSU’s College of Education. (Credit: Cristina Alfaro)
Cristina Alfaro on Bilingual Education
Mary Cale A. Wilson, Betrayal at Ebenezer, 2016; HD video (film still); Courtesy of the artist
Arts Alive SDSU Announces Spring Signature Events