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Monday, June 27, 2022

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Brenda Drew, BlacQ Space’s president and programming director.
Finding a home in a BlacQ Space
Aerial POV view Depiction of flooding devastation wrought after massive natural disasters at Bekasi, Indonesia.
Public Humanities Professor Focuses on Environmental Justice in Webzine
Dianna Ratsamy
LGBTQ+ Internships Lead to Employment
Recently elected ASB Vice President Sandy Mekany overcame racism and anti-Middle Eastern sentiment in post 9/11 America to become a prominent student leader on campus.
After Childhood Rife With Post-9/11 Racism, Daughter of Immigrants Strives to Shape Policy
Karina Arzuyan
‘Incredibly Competitive’ Fulbright Grants Awarded to Six Students
Henrietta Goodwin Scholars Azure Fisher (left) and Alexia Oduro will continue their education at graduate school.
Henrietta Goodwin Scholars Program Inspires Graduates to Continue Education
Guillermina Gina Núñez-Mchiri
New SDSU Imperial Valley Dean Named
(From left) SDSU Provost Hector Ochoa and alumni Cathy Stiefel and J. Keith Behner attended an April 27 reception at the College of Arts and Letters.
Philanthropists Keith Behner and Cathy Stiefel Fund Brazil Sustainability Initiative
At Comic-Con Special Edition, 2021, Ajani Brown, course designer of Super Black - The Politics of Representation in Comics, takes a selfie with panelists Pam Jackson, and Beth Pollard.
Center for Comics Studies Promotes Scholarship Through Graphic Media
The Podcasting Institute, part of the Digital Humanities Center that was launched at SDSU in 2015.
Transforming the Humanities for the Digital Age
Arts Alive SDSU Artist in Residence Dr. Vincent Whipple.
Arts Alive SDSU hosts Native American Music and Dance Conference
Gregory A. Daddis, SDSU history professor has received a U.S. Fulbright Scholar Program award.
Professor of History Receives Fulbright Distinguished Scholar Award