Wednesday, April 1, 2015
CAMPAIGN FOR SDSU
SDSU Graduate Programs Among Nation’s Best
Four SDSU programs were recognized in U.S. News & World Report’s America’s Best Graduate Schools 2016.
Also in NewsCenter
Common Experience Brings Taste of Culture
In Memoriam: Gerald E. Whittenburg
Israel in the 21st Century
Vivian Lee's Aztec Experience
Gift Endows Leadership Center
SDSU held a ceremony to name the Jeffrey W. Glazer Center for
SDSU Honors College Named
A $1 million gift from Darlene Shiley helped endow the Susan and
With industry mentorship, construction engineering students earn
$1 M in Funding for Osher Lifelong Learning Institute
An endowment from The Bernard Osher Foundation will support
Fund Encourages Entrepreneurial Hopefuls
The success fund will be awarded to outstanding teams in the
New Board Chair for The Campanile Foundation
In his new role, Jack McGrory will help SDSU reach its $750
Treasure Trove from America's Past
A gift from alumni George and Dorothy Codling sheds light on life in the late 18th century.
The Aztec Proud program is a students-helping-students effort initiated by SDSU’s Office of Alumni Engagement.
SDSU Holds J.A.M. Center Groundbreaking
The JAM Center is scheduled to be completed by August 2015.
SDSU enters the year in a strong position, President Elliot Hirshman told the campus community at the All-University Convocation.
M. Tennis. No. 37 Men's Tennis Resumes MW Play This Week
Softball. MW-Leading Softball Hosts Preseason Favorite FS
W. Lacrosse. #AztecWLAX Rallies in Second Half to Top Brown, 13-12
Softball. Softball's Lorena Bauer Named MW Player of the Week
Judge: Navy's Hawaii, California Training Plan Inadequate
San Diego Councilman Sherman Shares His Chargers Stadium Concept
California Governor Orders Mandatory Water Restrictions
San Diego County Economic Indicators Increase For 9 Straight Months
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