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SF State State will recognize 12 outstanding graduates during its 2018 Commencement ceremony. Two students, one undergraduate and one graduate, have been chosen to represent each college during Commencement. This years College of Science & Engineering students are Diane Christine Alar who will receive a B.A. in Mathematics, and Max Czapanskiy who will receive an M.S. in Geographic Information Science. Alar found a home in a campus group for women and other gender minorities in the field of mathematics and she hopes to create similar programs in her career as a mathematician. Czapanskiy studied how wind patterns affect seabirds in Hawaii and in the fall hell pursue a Ph.D. at Stanford University where hell study the movement of whales. Best of luck you two! #SFSU2018

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When you are a Gator, you follow in some pretty impressive claw prints. Meet just a few of our distinguished alumni who are making creativity and innovation happen across the globe.

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Mu Sochua
Politician | Activist

After studying psychology at SF State, this alum returned to her native Cambodia to fight for human rights.

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