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Monday, May 16, 2022

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Allen Plotkin currently holds the second-longest service to SDSU in the College of Engineering among all current engineering faculty.
Retiring Aerospace Engineering Professor Leaves Legacy As An ‘Instrumental Force’
Guillermina Gina Núñez-Mchiri
New SDSU Imperial Valley Dean Named
New Fowler College of Business Thomas and Evelyn Page Dean Selected
Johnathan Robinson Anthony, Ph.D. student & speech-language pathologist speaks with a child in SDSU’s Speech, Language, & Hearing Sciences Clinic.
A Playful Pediatric Clinic Room Honors Its SDSU Founders
Toni Saia
Toni Saia Inducted into Disability Mentoring Hall of Fame
Al Schleicher (above) was awarded a Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program grant for study in Belize.
Education Doctoral Student Awarded Fulbright Scholar Grant
Christy Dykstra plans to bring ten teachers into her lab for summer apprenticeships and to continue to engage with the local teachers by conducting research and publishing articles with them.
From Bacteria to Archaea: Resource Recovery from Wastewater
George (Joe) Belch (Interim Thomas and Evelyn Page Dean), Adela de la Torre (SDSU President), Wendy Gillespie and Mark J. Ballam (Managing Director, Wendy Gillespie Center for Advancing Global Business)
Center for Advancing Global Business Receives Naming Gift
Gregory A. Daddis, SDSU history professor has received a U.S. Fulbright Scholar Program award.
Professor of History Receives Fulbright Distinguished Scholar Award
SDSU biologists Xiaofeng Xu (left) and Robert Luallen received new grants from the National Science Foundation to research microbes.
Seeking Soil-Based Solutions
Gas prices are at an all-time high in the U.S. (Photo: Adobe Stock)
Rising Gas Prices: Q&A with SDSU finance professor
European Studies Faculty Restructure Courses for Open Dialogue on Ukraine