Two SF State business professors publish article on a newly identified type of consumer for whom shopping is akin to athletic competition.
Success Stories at SF State
In "The Valley of the Shadow of Death," Alex Gerould and Jeff Snipes give voice to a former NFL player whose family was brutally murdered and explore the realities of life on the streets of L.A.
Pixar producer Jonas Rivera is one of thousands of alumni who are making creativity and innovation happen across the world.
SF State graduate student Christine D. Gonzalez is one of the winners of a 2015 CSU Trustees' Award for Outstanding Achievement.
Students and others can choose from 74 Winter Session courses that could further their professional development or get them closer to graduation.
“High achievers are made, not born. It will astonish you what some ... students, who may not have been at the top of their class in high school, can achieve.”
— Dean of Undergraduate Studies Jennifer Summit
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SF State's commitment to community has been recognized with its selection for the 2014 President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll with Distinction.
"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.
University ranks 23rd nationwide in awarding bachelor's degrees in mathematics and statistics and masters degrees in physical sciences, according to Diverse Issues in Higher Education.