- 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
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.’
- Jan 12
SDSU College of Sciences pilots a dispensing program providing researchers with clean protective clothing as easily as getting a bag of chips.
- Dec 7
California Jobs First provides $600 million to 13 regions of the state to support the development of a carbon-neutral economy.
- Nov 28
Those interested in serving as a Sector Lead on the Southern Border Coalition must apply by Jan. 12, 2024.
- Nov 21
SDSU students participate in real-world projects that contribute to the quality of life and sustainability goals of their community partners
- Nov 13
SDSU engineers tackle the impact of climate change on sewer systems in Imperial Beach and other underserved coastal communities.
- Oct 30
SDSU scientist describes how environmental forces have forged Frankenstein and other eerie works
- Sep 28
SDSU students, faculty and staff are pledging to reduce emissions in coordination with Clean Air Day and in alignment with the university's sustainability priorities.