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The cover of the book "Abroad."

On the Bookshelf: Recent work from faculty

From novels to textbooks to cultural studies, SF State faculty members contribute to their academic fields through publishing new books.

Image from "Abina and the Important Men"

Historian's graphic novel wins national award

"Abina and the Important Men," by Professor of History Trevor Getz, has received the American Historical Association's James Harvey Robinson Prize for its contributions to the teaching and learning of history.

Photo of paddlefish and barbel.

Ancient genetic program employed in more than just fins and limbs

Research from Associate Professor of Biology Karen Crow published in the journal EvoDev shows that Hox genes provide the blueprint for a diversity of body plan features.

SF State student Amy Yang in Copenhagen

International Education Week spotlights a year-round priority

SF State is a leader in international education, sending hundreds of students overseas each year while welcoming hundreds more students from abroad to its campus.

 

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