More than 33,400 students were enrolled at San Diego State University campuses in San Diego, Calexico and Brawley, according to figures released Thursday. Of the 33,483 fall students at the three campuses, 32,576 were enrolled at the San Diego campus, 951 were enrolled at the Imperial Valley campuses and 44 were enrolled at both, according to SDSU. The university received 79,137 undergraduate applications for the 2014-15 academic year.
San Diego State was one of three grant recipient sites for an ongoing research project studying childhood obesity in Imperial County. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention awarded more than $6 million in Oct. 2011 to the project. - See more at: http://www.thedailyaztec.com/56972/news/professors-study-obesity-locally/#sthash.fxX8WTGW.dpuf
More than 30 representatives from technical schools and the California State, University of California and private school system made their way to the Spartan Arena as part of Higher Ed Week I activities.
San Diego will play host to the Algae Biomass Summit on Sept. 29, the largest algae conference in the world. This event brings current and future producers of biobased products and energy together with algae crop growers, municipal leaders, technology providers, equipment manufacturers, project developers, investors and policy makers.
IMPERIAL — The inaugural Bi-National Blood Cancer Symposium was held Saturday morning, shedding light and providing information on a number of blood cancers, such as leukemia, lymphoma and myeloma, for members of both Imperial and Mexicali communities.