Since 2000, SDSU faculty and staff have attracted more than $1 billion in grants and contracts for research and programs ranging from cardiovascular disease to marine biology.
SDSU researchers study heart disease, public health, earthquake science, education issues and marine biology. They are at the forefront of psychology, sociology and sustainability research.
For four consecutive years, SDSU has been ranked the No. 1 most productive research university among schools with 14 or fewer Ph.D. programs based on the Faculty Scholarly Productivity Index — Academic Analytics, 2010
SDSU has been designated a "research university" with high research activity by the Carnegie Foundation. Peers in this group include George Washington University, Syracuse University, Texas Tech University and the University of Oregon.
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