By Jonathan Morales, SFSU News From the tech world to law enforcement to education to the boardroom, it’s a topic that is coming up more frequently: how can organizations and businesses listen to and
By Jonathan Morales, SFSU News Alvin Alvarez, interim dean of SF State’s College of Health & Social Sciences, earlier this week received the Lifetime Achievement in Mentoring Award from the American Psychological Association’s [...]
For many young people, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), enacted 25 years ago, is an accepted and understood fact of life. But a new exhibit from SF State’s Paul K. Longmore Institute on [...]
By Jonathan Morales, SFSU News A San Francisco State University program that prepares underrepresented minority master’s students for biomedical Ph.D. programs has received a $1.28 million grant from the National Institutes of Health.
SF State has been selected for the 2014 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll with Distinction by the Corporation for National and Community Service, the federal agency that leads President Barack Obama’s national call [...]
Jonathan Brumfield, an Oakland artist and educator, spoke on behalf of graduate students at San Francisco State University’s Commencement on Friday, May 22. Brumfield acknowledged the students whose protests in the late 1960s resulted [...]
As San Francisco State University prepares for this year’s Commencement on May 22, its six academic colleges have each selected two graduating students — one undergraduate and one graduate — for the honor of representing [...]
By Beth Tagawa, SF State News Chips, soda, chocolate, candy — while these high-calorie treats are not part of a healthy diet, for years they were sold at California public elementary schools with no government [...]
By Beth Tagawa, SFSU Kenneth Monteiro, dean of the College of Ethnic Studies at San Francisco State University, has been elected president of the American Association of Blacks in Higher Education (AABHE).
San Francisco State University President Leslie E. Wong announced Monday that the university will not use any its fund for students or employees to travel to Indiana.