State in Touch:news
The late professor, administrator, alumnus and loyal friend of San Diego State devoted more than 40 years and three separate careers to SDSU.
What was once a problem in measuring a patient's pulse rate no longer exists, thanks to the ingenuity of Joe Kiani, SDSU College of Engineering alumnus.
Teacher-scholar, Paul Gilbert, leads the SDSU Learning and Memory Laboratory, where undergraduate and graduate students conduct research by his side.
Fulbright Scholar, Martin Lacayo-Emery, hopes to incorporate findings from work abroad into his studies with SDSU's renowned geography program.
NASA Deputy Director and former Astronaut Ellen Ochoa talks about her time on the mesa.
San Diego businessman and The Campanile Foundation Chair Bob Payne "pays back" SDSU with his time and treasure.
During an era where a majority of women remained at home, the late Dr. Sue Earnest juggled the roles of wife, mother and academic trailblazer.
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