Friday, February 5, 2016
Aging Well at Home
SDSU received $8 million to develop a statewide training academy for social workers that will help keep elderly, blind and disabled Californians out of institutional care.
Also in NewsCenter
Aztec Authors: Muslim Women and Feminism
Off the Beaten Course: ENS 438
The Gift of Knowledge
7 Things About Ryan Delong
Faculty Monty Nominations Due
Caring for the Coast
Eight SDSU students received funding for research projects
Above and Beyond
Seven SDSU pre-doctoral students were recognized for outstanding
New Programs Emphasize Importance of Mental Health
Two new programs teach students how to provide support for those
SDSU Shines at CSU Biotech Symposium
SDSU students and faculty were recognized at the annual event.
SDSU In the News
A look at some of the top media clips from the last month.
Improving Early Child Care
SDSU family development researcher Sarah Garrity has received a
Extinguishing Thirdhand Smoke
Researchers at SDSU are on the frontlines in the battle against the lingering, harmful residue that smoking leaves behind.
SDSU researchers discover a new phenomenon in materials science by observing the compaction of puffed rice cereal.
Who Needs Meteorologists?
SDSU's coastal ocean model can improve the accuracy of weather and ocean forecasts.
Development vs. preservation in the Tijuana River Watershed.
M. Basketball. SDSU Men's Basketball News Conference Quotes
M. Basketball. #AztecMBB to Face New Mexico Saturday Afternoon
W. Basketball. #AztecWBB Awaits Road Clash at UNM on Saturday
W. Water Polo. No. 18 Water Polo to Face Chinese National Team
California Coastal Commission Chief Defends His Work Amid Ouster Attempt
San Diego Heirs Of Jewish Art Collector Get California Attorney General's Support
Survey: One In Five Californians Favor Faulconer For Governor
Sheriff Department's Body-Cam Pilot Program Gets Underway
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