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This Month on NewsCenter

Here are some of SDSU’s top NewsCenter stories from the past month.
By Ryan Schuler

The spring semester is well underway at San Diego State University. During the month of March, SDSU celebrated its 120th birthday, several of the university’s graduate programs were ranked among the best in the nation by U.S. News & World Report, and SDSU researchers made an important discovery that could protect the heart from damage during a heart attack. Here are a few of March’s top stories.

SDSU Grad Programs Ranked Among Nation's Best

SDSU’s graduate programs in education and aerospace engineering are ranked among the nation’s best in the latest U.S. News & World Report issue of America’s Best Graduate Schools.

SDSU Turns 120

March 13, 2017, marked the 120th anniversary of the institution that has become San Diego State University. Learn more about the history of SDSU, including its beginning in downtown San Diego and its current campus on Montezuma Mesa.

SDSU Football Announces 2017 Schedule

The two-time defending Mountain West champion SDSU football team released its 2017 schedule. The Aztecs open their 2017 schedule on Sept. 2 at Qualcomm Stadium against UC Davis.

Boosting Your Own Defenses against Heart Disease

SDSU molecular cardiologist Christopher Glembotski discovered a natural protein in the heart that is believed to play a critical role in the ability of cardiac cells to combat heart disease and recover from a heart attack.

Taking an Interdisciplinary Approach

The Arts Alive SDSU Collaborative Teaching Exchange allows students from different academic disciplines to explore subject matters through a combination of classes that may appear unconventional at first. One of the unlikely pairings is a stacked course combining biology and graphic design.