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Geo Kartheiser
A Sign of Support
A scholarship from the Lipinsky Family Foundation supports student internships in SDSU’s Laboratory for Language and Cognitive Neuroscience.
Athlete standing on BTrackS
Finding Balance in Concussions
A new balance testing device developed by SDSU researchers is available nationwide to help with concussion protocol.
Hepner Hall
Faculty Awarded Tenure, Promotion
SDSU Provost and Senior Vice President Chukuka S. Enwemeka announced faculty tenure and promotions for 2014-2015.
National City Harbor
Going Green
SDSU is helping National City to become a more sustainable city.
children participating in physical education
Making Schools Healthier Places
The SDSU SPARK programs have reached more than 4 million students and trained 100,000 teachers.
Someone on a balance board
Balancing Out Concussions
An affordable, reliable device created by SDSU researchers will help trainers assess the risk of concussion.
Elderly woman
Program Combats Elder Abuse
A new grant will provide funds for a program developed by SDSU researchers to protect elders from financial abuse.
Monty award
Montys Honor Outstanding Faculty
Seven faculty members will be recognized for contributions to teaching, research and community service.
A doctor and patient
Sounds for Sore Ears
SDSU's audiology program is the only professional doctoral program of its kind in California.
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Class of 2014 Featured Grads
SDSU’s 2014 featured graduates have successful futures, but they will always be Aztecs.
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