Thursday, March 23, 2017

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Students who performed well in a specific class are hired to serve as Supplemental Instruction leaders. (Photo: Alan Decker)
Improving Student Success
Nearly 500 SDSU students showcased their original research, scholarship projects and creative activities at the Student Research Symposium.
Student Research Symposium Winners Announced
SDSU’s aerospace engineering program in the College of Engineering ranked No. 37 in the nation among all universities. (Photo: Jim Brady)
SDSU Grad Programs Ranked Among Nation's Best
The new study, led by SDSU professor Jean M. Twenge, was published in the journal Archives of Sexual Behavior.
New Study Shows Americans are Having Sex Less Often
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
Nicole Atkins said her favorite thing about being an Aztec is sharing a great sense of pride for her school. (Photo: Madeleine Schwarz)
Nicole Atkins’ Aztec Experience
Martin Sereno, a psychologist and cognitive neuroscientist, is a pioneering figure within the world of functional MRI.
What’s New at SDSU: Psychology
SDSU professor Aaron Blashill
Surprising At-Risk Group for Skin Cancer
The Psi Chi Honors Society and Psychology Club meet from 3:30-4:30 p.m. every Wednesday in the Park Boulevard Suite of the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union. (Credit: Psi Chi and Psychology Club)
Student Organization Spotlight: Psi Chi and Psychology Club
Martin Sereno, a psychologist and cognitive neuroscientist, is a pioneering figure within the world of functional MRI.
SDSU’s Brain Imaging Pioneer
Jennifer Stafford (Photo: Kevin Lock)
Portraits of Courage: Jennifer Stafford
The most telling hallmarks of fetal alcohol spectrum disorder are physical. (Credit: Wikimedia Commons/High Contrast)
Diagnosing Fetal Alcohol Disorder More Easily