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Homes in the historic Brick Row neighborhood of National City.
High-stakes Learning
SDSU teams up with National City to give students hands-on course experience.
SDSU students help at a Guatemalan elementary school over their spring break.
Students Research and Give Back Abroad
SDSU faculty, staff and students will travel abroad this spring break to conduct research and perform service projects.
Initiative for Maximizing Student Development program students
Healing Opportunities for Diverse Students
A $2.8 million NIH grant increases support of an SDSU program that prepares students for doctoral and science careers worldwide.
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HIV, Hearing Loss Connected
SDSU research found children exposed to HIV in the womb are at increased risk for hearing loss.
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Research Brings in $145M
Funded projects include everything from life-saving technologies to sustainable energy.
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Class of 2011 Featured Graduates
US News & World Report Best Graduate Schools 2012 logo
Graduate Programs Rank Among Best in Nation
More than a dozen programs are recognized in U.S. News & World Report’s “America’s Best Graduate Schools 2012.”
Tom Scott and student giving poster presentation
Pop Culture, Science and More at Student Research Symposium
Hundreds of students participated in this year's event, with President's Award winners going to the CSU Student Research Competition.
Illustration of a "heart" composed of two ears
Hearing with the Heart
Lindsey Higgins never imagined her audiology studies would take on a personal dimension.
Is my iPod too loud?
SDSU study finds use of personal music devices varies based on gender, race
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