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Success Stories at SF State
Alvin Alvarez has spent more than 20 years as a psychologist looking into the ways people experience racism and how discrimination impacts people of color, particularly Asian Americans.
Four SF State students have developed an app that compares current driving conditions and available parking spots on and around campus with public transit travel times.
The Department of Kinesiology is undertaking a first in the nation study on the relationship between virtual reality games and fitness.
SF State graduate student and storyteller, who plans to make films depicting the lives of marginalized people, receives CSU Trustees' Award for Outstanding Achievement.
“The big question is: What’s America? Who’s an American? ….What does it mean to be an American? Are we a multicultural, multiracial, open society? Are we more of a white Christian version? That’s partly what’s being asked and being answered in these different ways with different laws, policies, movements.”
— Associate Professor of Political Science Ron Hayduk, The New York Times
Local governments in California will soon be flush with cash from a potentially lucrative source: pot sales. An SF State study conducted by students recommends ways new revenue could help fund community programs.
An exploratory study done conducted at SF State found that the muscles of female astronauts could fare pretty well during a prolonged spaceflight and could provide a framework for identifying exercise regimens for female astronauts during spaceflight.
President Donald Trump’s ban of transgender troops could cost the military $960 million if all transgender service people are replaced, according to research by SF State Professor of Political Science Aaron Belkin.
SF State nursing students found that two very simple interventions — treatment for depression and regular text messages and cell phone calls — can greatly improve the rate of anti-retroviral therapy adherence.
An SF State music professor will conduct Stravinsky’s “The Rite of Spring” performed by a group of at least 75 artists, including fire-breathers and a contortionist at the Burning Man festival.
Researchers compare uses and benefits of mantra, mindfulness and spiritual meditation, with mindfulness practice considered “the soup du jour in terms of meditation,” says one expert.