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SDSU Researchers Net Record-Breaking $164.5M 
Some 350 principal investigators received 761 awards from 323 sponsors.

Quidel Named First Partner at SDSU Mission Valley Innovation District, Founding Partner at Snapdragon Stadium 
The San Diego-based diagnostics manufacturer is the first partner for the Innovation District, which is expected to break ground next year.

Kaiser Permanente Named Founding Partner at Snapdragon Stadium 
The five-year agreement focuses on promoting health and wellness.

State Budget Commits $80 Million to Bolster STEM Education, Research in Imperial Valley 
A new facility at the SDSU campus in Brawley will support the region’s burgeoning exploration of the extraction and uses of lithium.

$1.28 Million Grant Propels Global Perspective in International Business
SDSU's CIBER program, funded for an additional four years, brings an international element to business studies that includes language and cultural education.

Terrible with Names
The story of SDSU’s least popular name, and how a future U.S. president helped change it.

SDSU Imperial Valley Launches New, Accelerated Pre-Licensure BSN Program
The SDSU Imperial Valley BSN program provides students the opportunity to complete their BSN through an accelerated timeline.

Money Magazine's Best Colleges for Value Ranks SDSU
T
he rankings assessed quality, affordability and outcomes for graduates.

New SDSU Imperial Valley Dean Named
A Calexico native, Núñez-Mchiri’s appointment marks a return to both the Valley and SDSU.

Gov. Newsom Proposes $80M Investment in SDSU Imperial Valley Site 
Proposal includes historic levels of funding for SDSU Imperial Valley, which would generate extensive educational and economic opportunities aligned with the larger Lithium Valley vision.

SDSU Poised to Join Pell Grant Program Aimed at Fighting Recidivism
Program opens a path to the bachelor’s degree for people experiencing incarceration in two correctional institutions in the Imperial Valley.

River Park at SDSU Mission Valley Gets Underway: Nature, Recreation – and Ready Next Year 
A groundbreaking ceremony attended by San Diego Mayor Todd Gloria kicked off the project, shaped by broad community input.

SDSU’s 125th Anniversary Celebrations Begin
SDSU has officially launched its 125th anniversary celebrations and, during Monday’s events, announced its updated brand and visual identity.

SDSU and Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. Announce Agreement of Naming Rights for New Stadium 
The SDSU Mission Valley Stadium will be called Snapdragon Stadium.

CSU Chancellor Visits SDSU
Chancellor Joseph Castro met with faculty, staff and students, toured the campus and said SDSU sets a national example for supporting students from diverse backgrounds.

Community is Key for New Native Resource Center
With new location in West Commons, the center provides a welcoming environment for students from Indigenous populations.

SDSU Names Sycuan as Inaugural Founding Partner of Aztec Stadium
Two key features of the new facility will bear the Sycuan name.

SDSU Chosen for National Cohort to Address Antisemitism on College Campuses
The Campus Climate Iniative builds on the university's continued commitments to diversity, equity and inclusion.

SDSU Receives Seal of Excelencia
The nationwide certification recognizes the university for its notable commitment to Latinx studies, as well as the achievement of its Latinx students.

SDSU Named 2021 HSI Leader by Fulbright Program
The university is part of an inaugural cohort of 35 Hispanic-Serving Institutions across the country, recognized by the U.S. Department of State.

Big Ideas Finalists Named
Six faculty-lef research groups are recognized fro advancing research projects that address major societal concerns, including homelessness, climate change, social justice and more.

Summer Program to Provide Early SDSU Connection to Black Students
The Black Scholars Summer Konnection program enrolls students in credit courses and connects them with peers, faculty and staff.

Center for Human Rights Established
The center takes an interdisciplinary approach to engaging students in the comprehensive study of human rights.

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