Provost’s Innovation for Excellence Award 2016-2017 Recipients

The Provost’s Innovation for Excellence Award recognizes academic departments or schools that have through collaborative effort implemented a new initiative that has generated new momentum toward achieving one or more of the key goals of SDSU’s Building on Excellence strategic plan. The recipients are (1) the Department of Counseling and School Psychology (CSP) and (2) … More Provost’s Innovation for Excellence Award 2016-2017 Recipients

Dr. Luke Winslow continues tradition of excellence at SDSU

The School of Communication celebrates assistant professor Dr. Luke Winslow for his three published journal articles so far this year: “Doing more with less: Modeling neoliberal labor relations in Undercover Boss” in The Journal of Popular Culture “Pastors of profit: Marketplace ministries and the rhetorical acquisition of affective allegiance” in Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies “’Not … More Dr. Luke Winslow continues tradition of excellence at SDSU

Portraits of Vision

Professor Emerita Lynda Koolish has dedicated 45 years to photographing feminist culture, African American poets, and American writers. Her work has been featured both locally and nationally – from her book African American Writers: Portraits and Visions, to numerous publications and displays including a juried 1994 joint exhibit of photographs at the Cork Gallery in … More Portraits of Vision

75th Anniversary Celebration of the Hostler Institute

The College of Arts and Letters in collaboration with the Provost’s Distinguished Lecture initiative hosted the 75th Anniversary Celebration of the Hostler Institute on Feb. 24 at the Parma Payne Goodall Alumni Center Fowler Family Ballroom. Dedicated to bringing the world to San Diego since 1942, the institute features forums on compelling global issues and … More 75th Anniversary Celebration of the Hostler Institute

Breaking Down Walls

More than 30 years ago, criminal justice professor emeritus Dr. Paul Sutton had a vision – to break barriers between his students, inmates, and prison systems far outside their classroom walls. This led him to guide his first prison tour in 1978 for sociology students at the University of New Mexico at its state penitentiary. … More Breaking Down Walls