Thursday, July 10, 2014
For Aztecs, success is defined by a wealth of different experiences.
The next generation of Associated Students executives.
A Bright Future at Yale
Phillip Silva, '14, is headed to Yale University this fall to continue his research on drug abuse and neuropharmacology, which was guided by SDSU psychology professor Jennifer Thomas. "My involvement in undergraduate research had a tremendous impact on my life," Silva said.
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This story is featured in the summer 2014 issue of 360:The Magazine of San Diego State University.
Thousands of SDSU success stories reached a happy ending this spring when 9,271 young men and women took part in Commencement 2014.
Each student’s scrapbook will differ, but a few key elements define the SDSU experience. Aztecs are leaders; they are entrepreneurial; they seek out internship and mentoring experiences; and they engage in research and creative endeavors.
The summer issue of 360: The Magazine of San Diego State University looks at student success through the lens of San Diego photographer Tim Mantoani.
The Health Insurance Education Project aims to educate CSU
San Diego State University has received confirmation that Sara
A social media campaign aims to connect the SDSU community to
The most competitive applicant pool in SDSU history has yielded
Engineering student Sergio Juarez received the prestigious CSU
SDSU's chapter received the Golden Torch Award for excellence in
Brandon Ishikata is an SDSU ambassador and senior resident
Meet the student leaders impacting our campus and communities.
SDSU's Colleges Against Cancer club is on a mission to create a
Programs enrich the educational, social and cultural experience
Two SDSU freshmen were given top national accolades for their
Greek life students will participate in the annual Greek Week to
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