An array of COVID-19 projects at SDSU consider how the pandemic affects attitudes, decision-making and behavior..
Innovative. Interdisciplinary. Inclusive.
We are one of top public research universities in the nation. Research, scholarship and creative activities at SDSU engages our students in hands-on education and furthers discoveries, interventions and solutions that improve communities and change the world.
SDSU investigators have embarked on more than 50 interdisciplinary COVID-19 research
projects, an urgent response to the pandemic that is probing its impact on individuals,
health care professionals and San Diego and other Southern California communities
while looking ahead to possible interventions and solutions.
Coronavirus Research at SDSU
Involvement in practices like entrepreneurship, student research, creative activities, internships and student clubs transforms the college experience and helps students identify their skills and passions. Each year SDSU students get a chance to share their work at our annual Student Research Symposium. This year's virtual symposium takes place in March.
SDSU's annual Women in Stem Seminar Series takes place virtually this year on Feb. 15-16. The event includes a screening of 'Picture a Scientist' – an official selection of the 2020 Tribeca Film Festival that celebrates female scientists – and filmmaker discussion.