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Sunday, February 28, 2021

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An SDSU nursing student prepares to vaccinate another student as part of training to volunteer to vaccinate the public. Photo: Frank Villalpondo
CommuniVax: Engaging San Diego’s Latinx Community in Equitable COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout
Health researchers at SDSU
SDSU Joins Nationwide Study of COVID-19 Risk and Severity
Brage Golding
A Legacy in Research
Nathan “Nate” Harrison poses for this 1916 photograph (Credit: Harrison Archaeology Project at SDSU)
Artifacts of San Diego Black Pioneer’s Life on Display in Exhibit
SDSU and University of California San Diego are collaborating to provide the region’s underrepresented researchers with opportunities for mentorship, networking and institutional support.
New San Diego Partnership Supports Diversity and Excellence in STEM
SDSU epidemiologist Tianying Wu finds that shifting when certain foods are eaten during the year can help lower inflammation levels for breast cancer survivors.
As Seasons Change, So Should Diet for Breast Cancer Survivors
SDSU professor Olivia Chilcote
Researcher Recognized for Work with Tribal Communities
A webinar discussing how to address disproportionate suspensions of African American children and youth featuring education experts and elected officials takes place Feb. 17.
Cultivating Black Minds and Education That Matters
Vaccine distribution and how it
Who Gets It When — Bioethics of Vaccine Distribution
Edward E. Marsh
New Gift Enhances “Golden Age” Science Fiction Collection
Health disparities researcher Hala Madanat receives the 2021 Wang Family Excellence Award for Scholarship for her outstanding contributions.
SDSU’s Health Disparities Expert Receives CSU Wang Family Excellence Award
SDSU nursing professor Amanda Choflet (left) instructs students (Photo taken prior to COVID-19 pandemic)
Research Horizons: Addressing the Needs of Nurses