Physics and engineering students’ work to better understand how “low dimensional materials” may be used in computers and other technology is published in the Journal of Physical Chemistry.
Success Stories at SF State
Decimated for years, yellow-legged frog populations in Yosemite appear to be rebounding, according to new research co-authored by Professor of Biology Vance Vredenburg.
Anita Silvers, professor and chair of SF State’s Department of Philosophy and a nationally recognized advocate for disability rights, begins her fiftieth year of teaching full-time this year.
SF State senior Marisa Jimison is among the top scholars recognized by the California State University Trustees.
SF State’s “2016 Presidential Election Public Lecture Series” informs students and public about major issues.
"The sanctions are very strict and very tough. ... There's a $184 million fine imposed on Wells Fargo. That's less than one percent of their profits, right? So it really comes down to the sanctions."
— Assistant Professor of Economics Venoo Kakar, on state sanctions against Wells Fargo Bank
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Project Rebound, a program that provides college access to formerly incarcerated individuals and dramatically reduces the likelihood they will return to prison, will expand to seven additional CSU campuses.
Tracey Helton Mitchell’s memoir dispenses no guff, heaping doses of hope for heroin addicts.
Timothy Walker is the youngest member appointed by Attorney General Kamala Harris to California's newly established Racial and Identity Profiling Advisory Board.
SF State public health graduate student Hana Shirriel was recently selected by the Albert Schweitzer Fellowship to its 2016-2017 class of Bay Area Schweitzer Fellows.
"Decolonize Your Diet," co-authored by an SF State faculty member, suggests adopting a traditional diet based on indigenous plants.
Two SF State business professors publish article on a newly identified type of consumer for whom shopping is akin to athletic competition.