A crowd of 35,000 is expected to be on hand at AT&T Park as more than 8,000 San Francisco State University graduates receive their degrees.
Success Stories at SF State
SF State debate team, led by two African American women, continues run of successes by winning regional debate tournament for first time in its history in run-up to nationals.
President Les Wong and student hunger strikers have signed a letter outlining an agreement regarding the College of Ethnic Studies.
"Lucas tiene superpoderes," written by Assistant Professor of Foreign Languages and Literature Ana Luengo, is the first book of its kind about autism written in Spanish for children ages 6 to 10.
"As a stage performer, [Prince] managed to pull together so many eclectic elements, a tapestry [of] incredible stage design, lighting, makeup. He was just a prolific and amazing figure.”
— Professor and Chair of Music Dee Spencer
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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.
Professor of Special Education Pam Hunt will explore whether a promising reading program for students with intellectual disabilities is effective in general education classrooms.
A ropes course run by SF State's Department of Recreation, Parks, and Tourism helps urban youth and others develop leadership skills.
SF State graduate student Christine D. Gonzalez is one of the winners of a 2015 CSU Trustees' Award for Outstanding Achievement.