Wednesday, December 15, 2010
Top 10 Stories of 2010
Which stories proved the most popular with readers this year?
"Into Africa" proved to be the eighth most-read story on NewsCenter this year.
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Hundreds of stories are published on SDSU NewsCenter each year, but which ones proved the most popular with readers in 2010? Find out below.
- SDSU to Accept Applications for Spring Semester: in this story from summer 2010, the university announced spring admissions for transfer students due to expectations of a restored budget.
- Small, But Mighty, Incoming Class: while fall 2010’s incoming class was one of SDSU’s smallest in recent years, it was also one of its most well prepared.
- SDSU Expects to Enroll Best-Prepared Class Ever: in spring 2010, the university announced that the incoming class included a high percentage of local and diverse students.
- Potential Realized: in its first year, SDSU’s scholarship campaign, dubbed “Fuel Potential,” raised more than $5 million.
- Grads Poised to Make a Difference: the class of 2010 featured many standout students, including the first graduating class from the university’s Compact for Success program, comprised of students from the Sweetwater Union High School District.
- Bizarre Map Challenge: from the national health care debate to missed connections in Vermont, this contest sponsored by the SDSU Department of Geography in April gave visual meaning to various concepts.
- Remnants of Glory: in this story from January, SDSU professor Robert Mechikoff discusses his discovery of an ancient athletic stadium in western Turkey.
- Into Africa: this summer story highlights a study abroad and service-learning trip to Tanzania as described by SDSU students, faculty and staff.
- 7 Tips for Job-Seeking Students: this timely story from May provides a list of tips for students looking for post-graduation jobs.
- Explore SDSU Unites Aztecs for Life: this story from March describes all the fun to be had at the eighth annual open house for community members, alumni, and students and their families.
A Kessler Foundation grant helped create a course offering
At the Zahn Innovation Center, Birhane developed an app for a
Steven Osinski teaches sales strategy and direct marketing
Bernhard Schroeder's book makes an argument for the value of
A new position is making it easy for businesses to hire Aztecs.
Calvin Johnson is a physics professor with a flair for science
The grant will fund a full-time sexual assault victim advocate
A new mobile application that encourages communication between
Applications for the annual Zahn Challenge are due on Feb. 13.
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