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Vital signs
Vital Signs of Learning
SDSU’s One Day in May 2012 Symposium takes a closer look at learning assessment.
Graduation with Friends
SDSU student groups host intimate graduation ceremonies.
Martin
Science Educator Lauded for Student Achievement
SDSU's Estralita Martin gains national recognition for her work to help students succeed.
Science girls
Science for Everyone
SDSU professor Alberto Rodriguez helps teachers make their curriculum more inclusive and multi-cultural.
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Career Camp for Teens
This summer, CAMPX will provide teens with opportunities to explore different careers.
MESA
NASA Helps Students Reach for Stars
A $17,500 grant supports a math and science camp for college hopeful middle schoolers and their teachers.
Infant doing touch-screen task in lab
Baby Talk
SDSU research helps determine what babies know before they can use language effectively.
Valerie Ooka Pang
Asian ‘Model Minority’ Myth Debunked
Education professor’s research questions the unrealistic educational model toward Asian American students.
Arizona ban
Banned Books Protest
The public is invited to a read-out to protest books banned in Tucson.
NASPA 2011
SDSU Ignites Leadership at Arizona Conference
The importance of parental involvement is one of many topics at this year's conference.
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