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  • Genaro Hernandez, cell and molecular biology, honors student.
  • SDSU more than 54,000 lbs the San Diego Food Bank
  • SDSU is the second university nationwide to offer a degree in LGBT studies.
  • President Elliot Hirshman speaks to congregants of Bayview Baptist Church as part of Super Sunday.
  • San Diego State University today announced a $500 million fundraising campaign.
  • JFK’s  1963 speech led to Aztec Bowl’s 1994 listing on the National Register of Historic Places.

Research Brings in $145M

Funded projects include everything from life-saving technologies to sustainable energy.

Aztecs Dominate Food Drive

SDSU donated more than 54,000 pounds of food to the Jacobs and Cushman San Diego Food Bank.
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Teaching LGBT Pride

SDSU is the first California university to offer a degree in lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender studies.

SDSU Has a Super Sunday

President Hirshman and the Educational Opportunity Program reach out to the African-American community.

The Campaign for SDSU

SDSU launches a historic $500 million fundraising campaign.
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Aztec Bowl Remembered

Aztec Bowl's 75th anniversary was celebrated with a rededication event and plaque unveiling.
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    • SDSU President Elliot Hirshman
      Learn more about his initiatives, interests and academic background.
    • The SDSU BioScience Center opened in 2006 as the first dedicated research building at SDSU.
      Undergraduate students are leading beneficiaries of the expanding research enterprise at SDSU.
    • Students benefit from donor support to scholarships, professional programs and academic initiatives.
      The campaign gains momentum with recent large gifts from several donors.
    • diverse group of students
      Find out about diversity initiatives under the auspices of the President's Office.
    • group of community members walking along Campanile Walkway
      Learn about novel SDSU programs aimed at addressing critical needs in San Diego.
    • Hepner Hall
      SDSU has transformed itself many times over since 1897.