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Summer Institute for Flex Instruction Draws Plaudits
Kashmoné Hamilton
Coaching Health
Lessons learned from studying tweets during the 2017 Hepatitis A outbreak in San Diego can be applied to the current COVID-19 pandemic to correct health misinformation.
What San Diego’s Hepatitis A Outbreak Can Teach Us During COVID-19
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
For months, the SDSU Connects team has proactively emailed, called and sent text messages to students to connect them with emergency funds, tutoring support, computer equipment and other needs.
2,609 Individual Emails + 464 Calls + 216 Texts = A SDSU Lifeline
SDSU is one of 32 institutions to receive an NIH award through the RADx-UP initiative.
SDSU Embarks on $5M COVID-19 Testing Effort to Curb Disparities
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Surveillance Testing Expanded, In-Person Limited Through December
Flu shots will help protect against the flu, which has symptoms similar to COVID-19. Flu shots are available free for SDSU students starting October 1.
Fighting the Flu When COVID-19 Looms
An SDSU TB researcher is concerned that COVID-19 could activate latent tuberculosis or TB in people who may not be aware they have it.
COVID-19 Could Activate Latent Tuberculosis
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Major Surveillance Testing Plan Launching at SDSU with County
Megan Monsanto, a recent doctoral candidate, worked in SDSU Heart Institute principal investigator Mark Sussman
CSU Campuses to Continue with Mostly Virtual Instruction for Spring 2021, Planning is Underway
Piedad Garcia (’81)
A Point of Pride