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The international studies minor at SDSU is open to all undergraduates. (Photo by Artem Beliaikin from Pexels)
A ‘Rethinking’ for International Studies Minor
Elise Ramirez is an undergraduate researcher in the School of Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences.
Making Bilingual Speech Language Therapy More Accessible
Microbiologist Nick Shikuma with rising sophomore researcher Sama Rakin Michael.
Head Start to Microbiology Research as a Rising Sophomore
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Fast Track to Machine Learning Research via MESA
Katie Dillon and Adela de la Torre
Research Experience Ignites Passion for Teaching in Kinesiology Grad
Ener Arvizu-Muñoz with a ventilator exhalation valve he designed. Arvizu-Muñoz is a part of engineering professor Kevin Wood
SDSU Faculty Lead Collaborative COVID-19 Research Efforts: Health Care
Recent biology graduate Milagrosa
For this Recent Grad, Roots in STEM and Growth in a Lab
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Hydroponic Strawberries, Ancestry and Immersive Theater
Grant funding for 2019-20 increased from major federal agencies, and a record 1,251 proposals were submitted to more than 300 sponsors. (Video: Ryan Schuler)
SDSU Sustains Grant Funding at $144.4 Million for 2019-20
Maricruz Carillo, a doctoral student in engineering, receiving an award for her research on novel bone replacement techniques from Vice President of Research and Dean of Graduate Affairs Stephen Welter, at the SDSU Student Research Symposium.
Inquiring Minds: Student Researchers Shine at CSU Competition
Engineering students who are seniors presented their innovative projects on Design Day, a virtual event this year that was attended by 1,000+ people from around the country and abroad.
Design Day a Successful Virtual Event for Graduating Engineering Seniors
Environmental engineering professor Natalie Mladenov and her student Lorelay Mendoza (pictured) tested different sensors to detect bacterial contamination in waterways.
Submersible Sensors Rapidly Detect Bacterial Pollution in Water