- Feb 14
The new report by SDSU researchers shows that the public health impact may extend far further than beach closures, as toxic chemicals and microbes are also found in air and soil.
- Feb 13
A history enthusiast since childhood, Dearborn explores the impact of 1950s comics, shedding light on parallels to modern-day censorship debates.
- Feb 13
An award from the U.S. Economic Development Administration will support the development of the lithium economy in Imperial County and its workforce.
- Feb 9
Set to open in fall 2025, the new state-of-the-art building is one part of SDSU’s commitment to meeting the STEM and both the current and future geothermal energy sector demands of ‘Lithium Valley.’
- Feb 6
The public health professor was one of the 71 researchers from around the world selected to study leadership in climate change and environmental justice.
- Feb 5
The late Carl Weathers was known as a professional football player, an award-winning actor and an SDSU alumnus who remained close to the university.
- Jan 30
Brenna Leon examines academia with a critical lens as she looks to ensure BIPOC students have positive experiences in higher education.
- Jan 30
Inspired by sea life, Professor Yang Yang and researchers design body gear with sensing capabilities and enhanced resilience.
SDSU Leadership Summit explores 'shifting of the sands' featuring skateboarding icons Kanten Russell, Amelia BrodkaJan 26
The one-day leadership conference takes place March 9 throughout Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union
- Dec 18
Roberta Eidemiller, a native San Diegan who turns 100 just after New Years Day, maintained a decades-long association with her alma mater.