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Adults who are HIV-positive can experience both high- and low-range hearing loss
Hearing Loss and HIV
A new study finds that HIV-positive adults are more likely to experience hearing loss, regardless of disease severity or treatment.
Photo by Alan Decker.
The Momentum Continues
SDSU continues to rise on U.S. News and World Report’s list of America’s Best Colleges, and is up three spots to No. 149.
The front of Hepner Hall
New Directors for Health and Human Services
The three directors have a total of 65 years of experience at San Diego State University.
Hepner Hall
New Faculty - College of Health and Human Services
The College of Health and Human Services will welcome eleven new faculty members.
Geo Kartheiser
A Sign of Support
A scholarship from the Lipinsky Family Foundation supports student internships in SDSU’s Laboratory for Language and Cognitive Neuroscience.
Senior Bethany Andreen majors in speech, language and hearing sciences.
By Degrees: Bethany Andreen
Senior Bethany Andreen plans to become a licensed speech-language pathologist in a medical setting.
The Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences building on campus. Photo by Monica Linzmeier.
A Gift in the Vibrations
SDSU’s Audiology and Speech Language Clinic is making a difference in the lives of the hearing-impaired.
Lilly Cheng headshot
SDSU Professor, Global Citizen
SDSU's Li-Rong Cheng received the highest honors from a top organization in her field.
SDSU aerial shot
Momentum Moves SDSU up the Ranks
San Diego State University is quickly rising on the U.S. News and World Report’s list of America’s Best Colleges.
Jessica Barlow
7 Things About Jessica Barlow
SDSU professor and Sustainable Cities director Jessica Barlow has inspired students on campus for 16 years.
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