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Eniko Csomay, conference organizer
SDSU Hosts Linguistics Conference
Researchers from around the world arrive on campus, Friday, Jan. 18 to share their work.
Students in the MLK Parade
March in the MLK Parade
Members of the SDSU community are invited to participate in the Jan. 20 Martin Luther King Jr. Parade.
Workplace Inclusion Benefits Businesses
The work of five SDSU professors affirmed the need for diversity in the workplace and the benefits that come from it.
Statue of Confucius
SDSU Confucius Institute Honored in Beijing
SDSU’s Confucius Institute received $1 million grant as one of eight model institutes in the world.
child in speech-language testing
High-tech Cerebral Palsy Research
An SDSU professor uses Hollywood technology to research facial movements and speech-language development in children with cerebral palsy.
Kwanzaa candles
Kwanzaa Celebration
The Afrikan Student Union will host a Kwanzaa reception at the Parma Payne Goodall Alumni Center on Dec. 3.
Ilya Kaminsky
Passion On and Off the Page
World-class writer Ilya Kaminsky creates a space for students to unravel the language of poetry.
Brain images of typically developing adolescents and adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorders
Autism Research Uncovers Brain Connections
A $600K award will fund an SDSU scientist’s research on brain network connectivity in autistic children and adolescents.
Back of Hepner Hall
Profiles of Leadership
Leadership Starts Here is a bold statement of San Diego State University's impact and commitment.
Thom Reilly
Leading Acceptance
SDSU professor Thom Reilly was recently appointed to lead the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation board.
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