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Aztecs to the Final Four ... For social media engagement! #SDSU #WeAreAztecs"

Congratulations are in order! SDSU student-veteran Clayton Treska overcame the odds and received a prestigious award from the CSU Trustees.

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Dr. Daniel Goble and a team of researchers are developing a balance board and software that will be used to detect concussions at 99% accuracy.

Shannon Clark, '13, left a major impact on SDSU's sustainability culture without leaving a carbon footprint.

via @theoneandonlysimon #aztecracing getting the #dardantuning treatment #fsae #sdsu @dardantuning

John Ayers, a research professor at San Diego State University, did a study relating Google searches of psychological distress to economic events during and after the Great Recession. — Earnie Grafton

Josh Morse (center) chronicles his incredible journey from homelessness to head of SDSU's Associated Students.

Aztec for Life Saving Research. #SDSU

400 Million Reasons to Smile!

Two SDSU astronomers Jerome Orosz, left, and Bill Welsh, at right, in the schools planetarium. They helped NASA find two planets that are more like Earth the anything theyve ever seen. — Charlie Neuman

SDSU senior Kristen Regini (left) hopes to build upon her experience at Harvard Medical School to assist her Native American community.

SDSU's student-run newspaper has provided the university with top-notch coverage for a century....The Daily Aztec News Editor Tara Millspaugh and Photo Editor Paige Nelson review old issues of the paper. (Photo by Antonio Zaragoza)

Erin Fletcher, who graduates in May, will join 2012 SDSU graduate Ellese Carmona as a candidate in Harvard's biological and biomedical sciences Ph.D. program. Both Aztecs were members of Kelly Doran's microbiology lab.

SDSU's Sports MBA Program - From left to right, winning team with Xolos executive Roberto Cornejo, College of Business Dean Michael Cunningham, Ryan Kaltenbach (SMBA '12/13), Micah Porter (SMBA '13), Christian Jensen (SMBA '13), Johnny Du (SMBA '13), Scott Minto of SDSU Sports MBA , and Esteban de Anda of the Xolos, and Alejandro Serrano of the Xolos. newscenter.sdsu.e...

Cathy Pucher, executive director of the Zahn Center for Engineering Innovation, listens as student Ben Yeoman explains design changes to the prosthetic hand that his team Reach Health Technologies is making through the SDSU program. The Zahn Center is an incubator on campus that seeks to help students and professors turn innovative ideas into companies. — Don Boomer

San Diego State University is launching a campaign to raise $ 1.5 million to create a public relations center that will honor a retired professor who left his mark on the field. The Glen M. Broom Center for Professional Development in Public Relations will be housed in San Diego State’s School of Journalism & Media Studies, where Broom is a professor emeritus.

At Saturday's men's basketball game, SDSU faculty member John Elder was honored. Elder, a professor in SDSU’s Graduate School of Public Health, also runs SDSU’s Center for Behavioral and Community Health Studies. He is an internationally-recognized scholar in health promotion, addressing issues of obesity, alcohol and tobacco use, sun exposure, diet and physical activity. (Photo by Tony Amat)

SDSU's School of Journalism & Media Studies launches a $ 1.5M campaign to fund The Glen M. Broom Center for Professional Development in Public Relations.

Renowned PR Professor Leaves a Mark | NewsCenter | SDSU

via @lalalauranguyen Front page fun 📰 #sdsu #dailyaztec #newspaper #college #iwrite

4 of SDSU's 8 presidents (Golding, Day, Weber, Hirshman) are on campus today for a discussion of SDSU History.

Last night at the basketball game faculty member Forest Rohwer was recognized before halftime for his work in marine biology. Rohwer will soon travel to Indonesia’s Coral Triangle to study microbes as part of a prestigious Partnerships for International Research and Education grant. (photo by Tony Amat)

Edward Marsh is donating much of his science fiction collection to San Diego State University. The first portion of what SDSU has received is worth more than $ 2.25 million.

More than 70 PR/Marketing/Advertising companies are run by Aztecs like Beth Callender. Check out her story of #SDSULeadership

SDSU professor Ignatius Nip uses Hollywood technology to research facial movements and speech-language development in children with cerebral palsy.