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Success Stories at SF State
SF State professor Zan Stine was part of a team that discovered an unexpected link between volcanic eruptions and distant societal unrest.
SF State Broadcast and Electronic Arts (BECA) students traveled to Mexico to make films about issues of accessibility and public transportation.
San Francisco State experts discuss the impacts of recreational marijuana sales in the state.
A SF State biologist publishes a study showing lasting impacts of a deadly fungus on frogs.
— San Francisco State Creative Writing Assistant Professor Carolina De Robertis, East Bay Express
SF State MFA student Daniel Chein has received the prestigious 2017 Princess Grace Award, a $28,260 scholarship that will allow him to complete his film about a dancer in Germany.
The student-led Experimental College – started in 1965 when students wanted classes that were more germane to their lives – is getting a second act, with courses on topics from Chomsky to Syrian refugees.
SF State students were awarded a total of $200,000 in the 2017-2018 academic year — which represents the highest number of Gilman scholarships of any university in the nation.
View his lauded work at the Fine Arts Gallery on campus and Casemore/Kirkeby in San Francisco’s Dogpatch neighborhood.
A new SF State film project featuring 12 student-produced shorts tells the stories of veterans interred at the San Francisco and Golden Gate national cemeteries.
The Department of Kinesiology is undertaking a first in the nation study on the relationship between virtual reality games and fitness.