SF State's master's in marriage, family and child counseling program has received a $1.2 million grant from the federal government to bolster efforts to train providers who can work with diverse populations.
SF State's annual focus on ethics brings together students, faculty, businesspeople and the public to discuss how to do what's right in the world of business.
A collaborative, peer-centered playgroup model developed by Professor of Special Education and Communicative Disorders Pamela Wolfberg is effective in guiding kids with autism to engage with their peers in symbolic play, a study shows.
SF State has been awarded $17.04 million to address issues of workforce diversity in biomedical research by the National Institutes of Health. The effort seeks to upend presuppositions about members of minority communities -- that they may not have the aptitude or background to excel in the sciences.