SF State alumnus Chris Larsen, co-founder of cryptocurrency company Ripple, speaks to SF State College of Business students about how cryptocurrency technology will transform business transactions.
Success Stories at SF State
New SF State research shows that the Meals on Wheels program improves seniors' health and reduces their risk of return hospitalization.
April 26 will mark the opening of a new admission-free museum showcasing University collections of artifacts from Africa, the Americas, Asia and Oceania, from the ancient world to the 20th century.
A new buoy launched in collaboration with UC Davis and other organizations represents the first effort to monitor ocean acidity and carbon dioxide in the waters of the Bay.
The 2018 Summer Session is a great time to get ahead, with 710 courses offered this year. One hundred and thirty-four of those courses are available online.
— Director of the Family Acceptance Project Caitlin Ryan, WHYY
Biology faculty at SF State spent three years getting smarter about the way they teach. Then, they published a study about the project so other universities can follow in their footsteps.
SF State MFA student Jen Cross recently published a book to help sexual trauma survivors heal through writing.
The inaugural director of the San Francisco State University Center for Iranian Diaspora Studies Persis Karim discusses her mission to share knowledge about the diaspora community and Iranian culture.
For the first time, a U.S. Postal Service stamp features a mushroom — one discovered by Professor of Biology Dennis Desjardin and his colleagues in Brazil.
A new app designed by SF State's NeuroTech Lab will help emergency room doctors and other health care providers better evaluate and treat victims of intimate partner violence.
Balancing science and personal stories, representatives of SF Build are working to spread techniques for creating more inclusive classrooms through a series of faculty training workshops.