SDSU In the News

San Diego State University and the work of its students, faculty and staff are regularly featured in news stories by media around the country. Each week SDSU’s Marketing and Communications team curates some of its favorite local, regional and national media clips to share with the SDSU community.

San Diego Union-Tribune science writer Gary Robbins took an in-depth look at San Diego’s thriving medical technology industry, calling out SDSU as one of the frontrunners. Though many SDSU researchers are working in this area, Robbins specifically called out Daniel Goble from exercise and nutrition sciences, for developing a balance board that can help identify concussions.

SDSU psychology professor Jean Twenge was interviewed on campus for a CBS Sunday Morning segment demystifying millennials.

Another psychology professor, Aaron Blashill is also making national headlines for an editorial he published in JAMA Dermatology about why skin cancer rates are higher in gay and bisexual men. He was interviewed by Reuters and the story has appeared in a number of other publications including

Yahoo Finance listed SDSU as one of five great colleges you can attend for under $21,000 per year siting the university’s appropriate cost, high graduation rates and low student debt upon graduation.

SDSU professor Joanna Brooks was interviewed by the Huffpost Religion podcast, All Together, about women in the Mormon Church.


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