Saturday, August 29, 2015
Moving On Up
New research by an SDSU sociology professor finds fault in the conventional wisdom that new mass transit options lead to gentrification.
Also in NewsCenter
New Faculty: College of Education
New Faculty: College of Business
New Faculty: College of Engineering
New Faculty: College of Arts and Letters
Sabbatical and Difference-in-Pay Leave
Presidential Graduate Research Fellows
This semester, SDSU welcomes five Presidential Graduate Research
National Science Foundation Fellows
This semester, SDSU welcomes two National Science Foundation
SDSU In the News
A look at some of the top media clips from throughout the week.
$5.1 Million Gift Expands Entrepreneurial Programs
Multi-pronged endowed gift establishes design thinking platform,
Tenth Transiting “Tatooine”
SDSU astronomers discovered the 10th known "transiting
Learning from Past Quakes
SDSU geophysicist Kim Olsen helped simulate the enormous
SDSU's Engineering and Interdisciplinary Sciences Complex will develop real-world applications for research discoveries.
SDSU's Visualization Center is helping to develop software that more accurately predicts wildfire movement.
Toxins in our Midst
Eunha Hoh searches for harmful pollutants that we never even knew existed.
Fire in the Sky
Subrata Bhattacharjee and Fletcher Miller study the weird ways fire behaves in space.
W. Volleyball. Aztecs Fall to USF, 3-0, in 2015 Season Debut
W. Volleyball. San Francisco 3, San Diego State 0
M. Basketball. #AztecMBB, MW Announce TV and Game Times for 2015-16
Football. McGrane: Munson Shines upon Emerging from Shadows
Cop's Killer Gets Parole Despite Protest From San Diego DA
San Diego County Water Authority Wins Legal Battle
Controversial Health Bills Face Final Votes In California Legislature
New Fault Line Park Opens In San Diego's East Village Friday
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