SF State’s 2017 Commencement speaker will be alumna and Iranian-American philanthropist Neda Nobari.
Success Stories at SF State
Professor of Biology Kimberly Tanner and a team of researchers found that analyzing classroom noise may help teachers improve teaching methods.
Award-winning graphic novelist Nick Sousanis says graphic storytelling as a tool for education can make complex ideas more accessible and broaden conversations.
Learn how SF State kinesiology students not only help improve public health but gain valuable experience training others as they prepare for careers in physical medicine or training.
A$1.3 million gift from the Eustace-Kwan Family Foundation will prepare students to be job- and career-ready while training them to be leaders in the business community.
"The Wolf 1061 system is important because it is so close [to Earth], and that gives other opportunities to do follow-up studies to see if it does indeed have life."
— Associate Professor of Physics and Astronomy Stephen Kane on his research into exoplanets
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The No. 22 San Francisco State men's basketball team saw its storybook season come to an end on Friday in a 71-50 loss to No. 13 California Baptist in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Division II Men's Basketball Tournament.
The idea that sustainability, corporate social responsibility and ethics go hand in hand with a business’s profit-making goals is a shared tenet at the College of Business.
Low socioeconomic status is connected to poor health and a new study led by an SF State State psychologist sheds light on what can be done to protect young people from negative outcomes.
SF State grad student Guinea is committed to creating films that represent the experiences of queer people of color and Latinos as a tool for social justice.
One of the world’s leading “planet hunters,” SF State Astrophysicist Stephen Kane focuses on finding “habitable zones,” where water could exist in a liquid state on a planet’s surface.
A study by SF State researchers may prove life-saving for foraging seabirds along the Central California coastline in the event of an oil spill.