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Story Archive 2010

2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006 | 2005 | 2004 | 2003 | 2002

JAN | FEB | MAR | APR | MAY | JUN | JUL | AUG | SEP | OCT | NOV | DEC

 

December

Journalists expose the legacy of Agent Orange

Celebrate the holidays with Gator gifts

Tiny organisms give big warning about planet health (VIDEO)

Arts patron Jane Hohfeld Galante passes away at 86

General education requirements go green

Thirteen students awarded scholarships to study abroad

In Memoriam: Richard Goldman

 

November

Lessons from Confucius on sustainable living

SF State among leaders for international education

New engineering research laboratory created

Campus opens new Veterans Services Center

Gators cap season with CCAA title, tourney berth

Faking it: the psychology of the job hunt

The world comes to campus Nov. 15 through 19

Robert Smith on why conservatism and racism are the same

New book poses personal questions about God

Institute renamed in remembrance of Professor Paul Longmore

Political scientists share election insights

 

October

Exploring ethical behavior in business

Check out books, access Library services by smart phone

Study finds school boards lack Latino representation

Making a difference one laptop at a time

Rethinking campus lawns

MBA program recognized for minority opportunities

Record number of Pre-Doctoral Scholars on campus

Biologists develop new tool to map malaria

Unlocking the successes of mergers and acquisitions

Improving health with the power of purple (VIDEO)

Gators reconnect at Alumni Day

Champions of social justice honored

Bringing Asian cuisine to the Vista Room

 

September

New details for applicants for spring 2011 semester

Leonard Library makes music

Video update from Whirlwind Wheelchair in Haiti

Homegrown documentary airs on PBS

Health education student named Galinson Scholar

New biotech master's combines science, business

Research reveals 9/11 impact on police mental health

Blue whales have perfect pitch

Oscar winners to keynote Alumni Day

Students plan campus oases for PARK(ing) Day

Speaker Pelosi visits with veterans on campus

Tracking currents for the America's Cup

Ardila awarded prestigious NSF CAREER grant

 

August

Campus construction update

Free concert series to feature diverse acts

Distinguished faculty honored with awards

Nava named vice president of University Advancement

Library 'robots' now operational

Fall semester brings transportation changes

Hyperthermia statistics heat up in 2010

MBA courses make a difference in Africa

Think green, act sustainably on move-in day

New information on how Himalayas were formed

Welcome Days for new students Aug. 19 – 20

 

July

University now accepting applications for spring 2011 semester

Collaborative program mixes jazz and business

Jury discrimination in the South

Program to turn youth from truants to teachers

Gay couples study yields insights for HIV prevention

Chronicling disability rights

Cheung awarded NSF CAREER grant

 

June

SF State ranks among national leaders for producing minority graduates

Biology professor earns NSF CAREER grant

Volunteers stick to study like bees to honey

More donations to good causes, less to landfill during move-out

SF State is second in nation for overseas scholarships

First Whirlwind wheelchairs reach riders in Haiti  

Family Acceptance Project film screens at festival

Experts discuss future of personalized medicine

SF State Magazine now online

New collaboration will boost access to HIV care

 

May

Noted alumni inducted into Hall of Fame

SF State 109th Commencement transcript

SF State closed May 27 through June 1

Graduates urged to follow passion, better their communities

Bayliss to be awarded President's Medal

Commencement public transportation update

Education doctorate graduates first cohort

Exceptional graduating students profiled

New insights into frog-killing disease

Students win gold, bronze in essay contest

VITA helps community at tax time

Hayes named Alumnus of the Year

Civil rights leader Lateefah Simon to keynote commencement

 

April

Preparation, networking key to landing jobs

Gifts for the graduating gator

University lauded for environmental efforts

Leading the sustainable fashion movement

Whirlwind Wheelchair recognized at Clinton event

Expressionless faces provide clues on how we read emotions

Two alumni win Pulitzers

Student's public art now on display in Washington D.C.

Reimagining theatre 75 years later

Ignoring racism makes distress worse, study finds

 

March

University closed March 29 through April 2 for spring break

Study finds SF tourists growing green

Campus turns up the heat on smoke-free policy

Geography goes high-tech with new master's program

Strategies to lock CO2 in oceans could have toxic results

Professor and students examine approaches to God

Reimagining the Bard in 'Juliet'

SF State ranks No. 21 all-time in producing Peace Corps volunteers

Anita Silvers honored for lifetime achievement

March 4: Classes open at SF State

University to offer more than 550 summer session classes

Preventing youth obesity and depression with smartphones

New school policies may help stem obesity rates

 

February

Campus community unites March 4 to support higher education funding

Hundreds receive H1N1 flu vaccine on campus

Examining wellness in the workplace

PBS NewsHour features Whirlwind Wheelchair

Provost Rosser elected to AAAS Board of Directors

Personal passion fuels Smithsonian exhibit

University closed Feb. 19 and 22 due to budget cuts

After 18, family influence still key to ethnic identity

New council requests ideas to re-envision the University

Eisman honored for service-learning achievements

Two SF State alums earn Oscar nods

 

January

Counting bugs on the California Academy of Sciences' living roof

New sustainable EMBA program planned for Jan. 2011

Additional classes now available for spring semester

Help for Haiti: Whirlwind Wheelchair

Positive message earns student filmmaking award

Mapping of wasp genome to help fight pests, disease

University closed Jan. 15, 18 and 19 due to holiday, budget cuts

Bayliss honored at White House for science mentoring

 


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