Dr. Surabhi Bhutani, Assistant Professor of Exercise and Nutritional Sciences, recently published a paper with colleagues from Northwestern University and University of Pennsylvania titled ‘Olfactory connectivity mediates sleep-dependent food choices in humans.’ In this paper, Dr. Bhutani and colleagues explored how sleep deprivation causes craving for and consumption of higher calorie foods and whether particular […]
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Our nursing program was ranked as number one across the nation by Nursing School Hub for Hispanic-Serving Nursing Programs. Congratulations to our faculty, staff, and students for working to make a difference. Here is an excerpt from the article from Nursing School Hub. “As the Hispanic and Latinx community continues to flourish across the United […]
According to Best Health Degrees, “To rank the best bachelor of nursing programs in the nation, Best Health Degrees editors sought out the most respected, reputable, accredited nursing schools around. With our list in place, we ranked programs according to 5 criteria: Cost, Graduation Rate, Job Placement, Salary Potential, and Student Satisfaction. These five factors tell prospective students that the programs […]
Loading… Jane Beers (’68) never achieved the master’s in social work she wanted, but a memorial scholarship helps new students continue her life’s work of keeping families together. Click here to read the full article on the SDSU NewsCenter.
Dr. Dan Cannon, Associate Professor of Exercise and Nutritional Sciences, recently received funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF). Dr. Cannon and his five collaborators (Drs. Michael Tift—University of North Carolina, Wilmington, Jane Khudyakov—National Marine Mammal Foundation, Jay Storz—University of Nebraska, Ellen Breen—University of California, San Diego, and Daniel Crocker—California State University Sonoma) are investigating […]