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Tuesday, December 11, 2018

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Desforestation in the Amazonian state of Maranhão
Brazil Program Spawns NSF Grants for Environmental Research
The Big Data Analytics Program uses research to solve issues facing the community.
San Diego State Working to Solve Community Problems with New Graduate Program
No new cases of meningococcemia have been reported at SDSU since the announcement of the outbreak, the university’s goal of immunizing all undergraduate students ages 23 and younger remains active.
SDSU Continues to Offer MenB Vaccinations
The SDSU team says toxic chemicals of tobacco smoke can be embedded in pillows. Non-smokers, especially children, can be exposed to toxic chemicals via contact with the polluted pillows.
Residual Tobacco Smoke Easily Pollutes New, Clean Materials
Chritsy and Tiffany Dykstra reunite at SDSU.
Sisters Reunite on SDSU Campus
Lluvia Flores-Rentería
Research Horizons: Lluvia Flores-Rentería’s California Flora Research
SDSU administrators consulting during the drill are (from left) Eric Hansen, Police Chief Josh Mays, Robert Schulz
Emergency Drill Part of Renewed Emphasis on Campus Safety
Associated Students made the announcement on Nov. 15.
Aztecs Rock Hunger Sets New Record for Community Support
Yasemin Turan, left, and student Audrey Niblock at the SDSU Student Research Symposium with Niblock
$4.5 Million in Federal Awards Acknowledge Faculty Expertise, Collaboration
Much of the census data today is collected as it had been throughout history - through face-to-face contact.
Research Suggests a Better, Cheaper Way to Conduct U.S. Census
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Fall 2018 Grade Submission Deadline
Public health major Cheyanne Crisostomo volunteered in a special needs healthcare and food outreach program in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam during summer, 2018.
SDSU is No. 5 in the Nation for Number of Students Studying Abroad

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