Monday, February 20, 2017

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Mary Cale A. Wilson, Betrayal at Ebenezer, 2016; HD video (film still); Courtesy of the artist
Arts Alive SDSU Announces Spring Signature Events
Jim Sinegal volunteers on The Campanile Foundation Board and the Fowler College of Business Advisory Board.
How Jim Sinegal Revolutionized Retail
Teams at the conference built temperature and humidity sensors like the one pictured. (Photo: Jayla Lee)
Sensing the News
"The Matsuyama Mirror" runs from Friday, Feb. 17 through Sunday, Feb. 26 at SDSU’s Experimental Theatre. (Photo: Ken Jacques)
The Matsuyama Mirror
In 2016, Aztec Baja SAE won second place in the acceleration trial of a competition. (Credit: Aztec Baja SAE)
Student Organization Spotlight: Aztec Baja SAE
Story Image
SDSU Statement on Inquiries of Redevelopment of Qualcomm Stadium Site
Veteran NASA astronaut Ellen Ochoa earned a bachelor
Ellen Ochoa Selected to U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame
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
A record 197 students from the Lone Star State are admitted to SDSU for the fall semester of 2017.
Big State Potential
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