Megan Jennings braves raucous traffic and rattlesnakes to learn where and how animals cross busy Highway 67 in eastern San Diego County.
Understanding how wildlife cross Highway 67 is important as population centers grow along it, increasing the traffic danger to animals. Photo via Wikimedia Commons.
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SDSU Holds JAM Center Groundbreaking
The JAM Center is scheduled to be completed by August 2015.
Moving Forward
SDSU enters the year in a strong position, President Elliot Hirshman told the campus community at the All-University Convocation.
Sequencing at Sea
Scientists at SDSU overcame equipment failure, space constraints and shark-infested waters to sequence DNA in the middle of the Pacific.
A Sign of Support
A scholarship from the Lipinsky Family Foundation supports student internships in SDSU’s Laboratory for Language and Cognitive Neuroscience.