SF State senior Marisa Jimison is among the top scholars recognized by the California State University Trustees
Success Stories at SF State
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.
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.
Timothy Walker is the youngest member appointed by Attorney General Kamala Harris to California's newly established Racial and Identity Profiling Advisory Board.
Bequest to SF State's School of Theatre and Dance will establish scholarships for first-generation, educationally and economically disadvantaged students.
"Everyone has the first immediate reaction, but if you watch a second later, they then remember I’m on stage, I’m on TV, I’ve got to be a good winner, a good loser, and everyone modulates their expressions in a certain way."
— Professor of Psychology David Matsumoto, on Olympic athletes' emotions
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Since its launch 10 years ago, SF State’s Guardian Scholars Program has helped 151 young people transition from foster care into college.
"Decolonize Your Diet," co-authored by an SF State faculty member, suggests adopting a traditional diet based on indigenous plants.
An interdisciplinary project from computer scientist Kazunori Okada and engineer Xiaorong Zhang is the first recipient of the SF State's Ken Fong Translational Research award.
Recent SF State graduate has come full circle since her birth in an SF State dormitory.
Two SF State business professors publish article on a newly identified type of consumer for whom shopping is akin to athletic competition.