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Thursday, April 18, 2019

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SDSU students visiting Brazil study culture, ecology, urban development and many other topics
New Endowed Chair Strengthens Impact of SDSU Program on Brazil
Trent Biggs (Photo: Sandy Huffaker)
The Shape of Water
This dream catcher is among the makeshift, handmade items sent from letter-writers while  in detention.
SDSU Library Archive Details Detainees' Path to Seeking Asylum, Conditions Inside Detention
Desforestation in the Amazonian state of Maranhão
Brazil Program Spawns NSF Grants for Environmental Research
Piotr Jankowski
2018 Distinguished Faculty Award: Piotr Jankowski
Piotr Jankowski
SDSU Professor Receives Fulbright to Study Urban City Planning
A team of researchers found that Twitter users averaged 90 percent of their tweets in a single city during the 16-month study period—most often their home city.
Despite Digital Revolution, Distance Still Matters
Hannes Schraft is a Ph.D. student in the SDSU biology department.
SDSU Students Named Inamori Fellows
SDSU geography professor Trent Biggs (left) and reserve manager Pablo Bryant
Re-wilding the San Diego River
Kristine Taniguchi is one of the 10 SDSU graduate and Ph.D. students selected as an Inamori Fellow.
10 SDSU Students Receive Inamori Foundation Scholarships
Evacuations from emergencies, like wildfires, depend on accurate population data.
Improving Wildfire Evacuation Planning
SDSU masters of public health graduate Christina Olson collects nutritional data in a market.
Big Data, Better Health

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