A new buoy floating just offshore of the Estuary and Ocean Science Center represents the first effort to conduct long-term monitoring of acidification in the Bay.
Success Stories at SF State
Two San Francisco State researchers say clinical drug trials for antidepressants should use active placebos.
SF State MFA student Jen Cross recently published a book to help sexual trauma survivors heal through writing.
SF State professor of humanities takes a modern look at the topic of animal suicide and pushes for a revised definition of what constitutes suicide.
A new app designed by SF State's NeuroTech Lab will help emergency room doctors and other health care providers better evaluate and treat victims of intimate partner violence.
— San Francisco State Creative Writing Assistant Professor Carolina De Robertis, East Bay Express
The student-led Experimental College – started in 1965 when students wanted more relevant classes – is getting a second act, with courses on topics from Chomsky to Syrian refugees.
SF State Assistant Professor of Psychology Melissa Hagan's work sheds light on the unique challenges faced by children with post-traumatic stress disorder.
New work from SF State Health Education researchers shows that slouching can lead to hopeless, self-defeating thoughts.
SF State Broadcast and Electronic Arts (BECA) students traveled to Mexico to make films about issues of accessibility and public transportation.
New work from SF State Professor of Biology Andrea Swei shows that the West Coast may have a thing or two to teach the East about Lyme disease.