Leadership Starts Here is a bold statement of San Diego State University's impact and commitment.
"Reserved" is not a word normally associated with the San Diego State community. Nor is timid or unassertive.
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The SDSU mascot is the proud, independent Aztec Warrior. The university colors are red and black. At SDSU, our alumni are leaders, our faculty are innovators, our students are eager to learn and ambitious to make their mark in the world.
SDSU's legacy of leadership reaches from research and discovery, to entrepreneurship and exploration, to community engagement. SDSU's leaders come from many different social and cultural backgrounds, but they share a belief that hard work and innovation will make the world a better place. Here are their stories:
A Prescription for Healthy Families
Greg Talavera, M.D.
Kee Moon, Ph.D.
Solving Problems with Global Reach
Ramona Perez, Ph.D.
To the Arctic and Beyond
Trailblazers for Future Aztecs
Price Scholars Roberto Carcamo, Itza Perez and Isamaria Cortes
Shifting Gears Toward a Greener City