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Friday, June 24, 2022

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SDSU professor Amanda Marino (left) and wife Emily skating as a couple.
Celebrating PRIDE: Importance of Representation and Community
Steven Shyne (right), SDSU grad and CEO of Think Red Project, with husband, John, and their twins
Celebrating PRIDE: Coming Out Again and Again
Beth Chung, management professor at the Fowler College of Business at San Diego State University (SDSU)
SDSU Management Professor Takes a Hard Look at Inclusion in the Workplace
Dan Moshavi
New Fowler College of Business Thomas and Evelyn Page Dean Selected
Among the most important things they
Video: Fowler Students Share 'The Best Thing I’ve Done at SDSU'
Yvonne Besvold (
Tech Skills Learned at SDSU Opened the Door to Successful Career for Patagonia Executive
SDSU MBA student and First Light Coffee Whiskey co-founder, David Elizondo, poses with a bottle of his craft whiskey.
First Light Coffee Whiskey Evolves from SDSU Class Project to Growing Start-Up Business
George (Joe) Belch (Interim Thomas and Evelyn Page Dean), Adela de la Torre (SDSU President), Wendy Gillespie and Mark J. Ballam (Managing Director, Wendy Gillespie Center for Advancing Global Business)
Center for Advancing Global Business Receives Naming Gift
Ukrainian SDSU Alumni Share How Russian Invasion Impacted Their Lives
San Diego State College became California State University, San Diego in 1972, then San Diego State University in 1974. (Photo circa 1935)
Celebrating 125 Years of SDSU: The Fowler College of Business Through the Years
SDSU researchers found that the more people feel financially constrained, the less happy they are with things they buy.
Will Spending Money Make You Happy?
Hal Brown (with megaphone) was a leader in helping to integrate residential neighborhoods in San Diego County in the early 1960s.
From Campus to Community, Civil Rights Activist Hal Brown is Still Making an Impact Beyond SDSU