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Wednesday, November 25, 2020

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SDSU researchers are investigating how the virus, social distancing and lockdowns have affected mental health and human behavior.
SDSU Faculty Address Mental Health during a Pandemic
Project Access will provide “emergency” educators an opportunity to earn a bilingual credential online in as little as one year.
New Partnership Addresses California’s Rural Bilingual Educator Shortage
SDSU Imperial Valley alumnus Jose Luis Alvarado rose from humble origins to become the Provost at CSU Los Angeles this year. Video: Ryan Schuler
‘Sí, se puede.’ Yes, you can.
A workforce innovation assistance center will be housed in SDSU
$16.5M Grant Furthers SDSU’s National Leadership in Vocational Rehabilitation
Students in SDSU’s online Master of Arts in Teaching participate in a new class centered on K-12 virtual teaching.
Ahead of the Curve: SDSU Educators Anticipated the Virtual Classroom
Since 2005, 167 schools in 25 different states, plus Washington, D.C., have been recognized by SDSU
Certificate Programs Recognize Efforts to Improve School Equity
Paula Richardson (’06, ’19)
Marching Aztecs Alumna Named San Diego County Teacher of the Year
Amber Riehman (’14, ’15, ’20)
Seeking Macro-Level Change, Alumna Named to Education Policy Fellowship
Selam Gebrekristos
Helping Future Counselors See Gray
Eighty highly accomplished masters and doctoral students received a total of $1.5 million in fellowships from SDSU Graduate and Research Affairs for the 2020-21 academic year.
$1.5 Million in Research Stipends for High Achieving Masters and Doctoral Students
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Hydroponic Strawberries, Ancestry and Immersive Theater
Carolyn Sanders, Child and Family Development lecturer
From Behind a Screen, Lecturer Takes Future Educators to the Outdoors