Graduate student Brooke Wickman won the Provost’s Outstanding Peer Advising Award. Brooke is a graduate student completing the Dual MS in Exercise Physiology and Nutritional Sciences. She has an outstanding work ethic and helps many ENS students as an advisor. Brooke will be recognized at the Fall Advising Awards event scheduled for Friday, September 29th from 12:00-1:00 in the […]
“Somewhere between 500,000 and two million people—exact numbers are hard to come by—use American Sign Language (ASL) in the United States and Canada, and sign language research is an active area of investigation for psychologists and neuroscientists hoping to learn more about the underpinnings of language in the brain. Learners and researchers of any language […]
Join us April 3-7, 2017, as we host a multitude of public health-related events at SDSU in recognition of Public Health Week! See the flyer on the right for details!
Registration is now open for the SDSU Kyoto Prize Symposium honoring Takeo Kanade, a world-leading roboticist. Kanade is a professor of computer science at Carnegie Mellon University and will speak at SDSU’s Montezuma Hall on March 15 at 2 p.m. Kanade has made fundamental contributions to basic theories of computer vision and has introduced a […]
Sierra Alexis Manlapaz is a senior pursuing a bachelor’s degree in public health. She is volunteering to teach English in Thailand. “I wanted to encapsulate my experience overseas by compiling a video to share with anyone intrigued by the thought of visiting Thailand someday. Here is a glimpse of the breathtaking landscapes, jovial citizens and beautiful traditions of Chiang […]