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Sunday, September 22, 2019

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Chenxi Chu was 2019 valedictorian for the SDSU College of Engineering
Coming a Long Way
Biology Professor Annalisa Berta provides finishing touches to colleague Roland Wolkowicz’s regalia. Photo: Jason Ritchie.
Professor Battling Life-Threatening Disease Surprises His Students
2019 Zahn Spirit of Innovation Award winner Shurene Premo
Healing as an Innovation
Twins Antonia and Victoria Cannella are graduating after taking every class in their major together at SDSU.
(Almost) Inseparable
SDSU’s estimated 10,300 graduates head into the workforce as part of a cohort of nearly two million new bachelor’s degree recipients nationwide.
Tips for Job-Seeking 2019 Graduates
Please allow at least 20 minutes to walk to the arena from any parking area east of College Avenue.
Navigating SDSU Commencement Parking and Traffic
SDSU will host seven separate ceremonies May 17-19 at Viejas Arena and one ceremony on May 16 at SDSU Imperial Valley.
2019 Commencement Summary
SDSU announces the 10 most popular majors among the more than 10,300 students in the class of 2019.
Top 10 Degrees of 2019
Ira Bauer-Spector (left) and husband, Nathan, at 2011 Lavender Graduation ceremony.
A Milestone for SDSU's Lavender Graduation
Share Your Grad Cap Creativity
The 2019 honorary degree recipients are: Christoper Sickels, Ellen Ochoa, Father Joe Carroll and Sally Roush.
SDSU to Award Four Honorary Degrees
Every year SDSU clubs, departments and organizations host events to celebrate their graduates.
Campus Community Graduation Celebrations

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