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Jasmine Pablo
7 Things About Jasmine Pablo
Jasmine Pablo is full of Aztec pride.
Yan Wei Lim dives in the southern Line Islands to collect DNA for sequencing back on the boat.
Top 10 Science and Research Stories of 2014
SDSU scientists and researchers made numerous contributions to their fields this year.
Map of Sierra Leone
The Year of Living Dangerously
Aztec Angela Dunn fought local superstition and her own fears while working to contain the Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone.
Hookah bar
Hookah Smoke Doubles Benzene Uptake
Many believe hookah is a safe alternative to smoking; this study suggests otherwise.
Communities in the Solomon Islands were devastated by Tropical Storm Ita.
Paradise in Peril
One student crusades to keep a WWII landmark afloat.
Joel Lopez posing
Zahn Center Helps Students Pave the Way
The Zahn Innovation Center choses eight new teams for their fall admissions cycle.
ENS building
ENS Celebrates Centennial
SDSU's School of Exercise and Nutritional Sciences celebrates a century of success with a lecture series.
Mark Sussman
SDSU's Top 5 Grants from the Past Year
Researchers succeeded in winning highly competitive federal funding in fiscal year 2013-14.
Emily Issler head shot
SDSU Student Receives Fellowship
Emily Issler, a graduate student studying social work, received a fellowship from Mortar Board.
Photo by Alan Decker.
The Momentum Continues
SDSU continues to rise on U.S. News and World Report’s list of America’s Best Colleges, and is up three spots to No. 149.
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