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Saturday, September 24, 2022

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A coding workshop for science instructors.
NSF Funds New Science Teacher Pipeline
Maricruz Carrillo poses in the Powder Technology Lab she conducts research at SDSU. (Melinda Sevilla/SDSU)
Environmentalism and Engineering: How PhD Candidate Balances Both
One of Rick Brady
Twice in a Lifetime: SDSU Alumnus Attends Two Opening Days, 55 Years Apart
Richard Schamp.
Marching into a New Era at Snapdragon Stadium
Flex Alerts ask Californians to conserve energy during hot summer days. (Adobe Stock)
Understanding Flex Alerts: Q&A with Joaquin Camacho
Stephania Moreno photographed at SDSU (Melinda Sevilla/SDSU)
Final Semester: Structural Engineering Student Building Foundations for Successful Career
Distinguished Faculty Honored for Their Contributions
Sam Kassegne gives a tour of the NanoFab Lab to local researchers. The orange-tinted lighting protects the lab space from damaging ultraviolet light. (Melinda Sevilla / SDSU)
SDSU Nanoengineers Create Structure to Measure Brain Activity
SDSU student Francisco Botello shows one of the black widows (his favorite species of spider) whose spider silk he studies.
SDSUxCOMIC-CON: Engineering His Spidey Senses
A view of SDSU Imperial Valley in September 2021.
State Budget Commits $80 Million to Bolster STEM Education, Research in Imperial Valley
Paulina Díaz-Montiel at May 2022 Commencement with Satchi Venkataraman
Visiting International Undergrad Turned Ph.D. Graduate Finds Niche at SDSU
Karen May-Newman (center) poses with postdoctoral researcher Vi Vu (left) and undergraduate researcher Britton Mennie in the Cardiovascular Bioengineering Lab.
Cardiovascular Engineering Professor Brings Heart to Research as Engineering Pioneer