PSFA Stories is a round-up of curated links, as well as articles about the SDSU College of Professional Studies and Fine Arts written by the PSFA Communications Team and student interns building their portfolios.
- May 1
Morgan Prickett has been recognized as the outstanding student for the School of Journalism and Media Studies.
- May 1
Allison Busch has been chosen as the 2023 outstanding student of the School of Hospitality and Tourism Management.
- Apr 27
Journalist and author Jori Finkel tells students she built her career “one stone at a time.”
- Apr 26
San Diego State University is now home to the new Institute for the Arts, Humanities, and Social Justice (IAHSJ). Launched in May 2021 and ramping up its work throughout 2022, the new interdisciplinary Institute serves as a hub for the arts and social justice across the University and in the community.
- Apr 25
In 2015, the Arts Alive initiative was established to help connect the rest of campus with the arts, promoting arts events and classes. As the initiative has grown, the goal has evolved into making the creative arts more accessible, inclusive, and an integral part of a comprehensive education at San Diego State.
- Apr 21
SAN DIEGO– Diversity, equity and inclusion has been an uphill battle in the media industry but that is starting to change. On April 6 more than 100 media professionals and students joined the fight to push the status quo at the 6th annual Allen H. Center Distinguished Lecture in Public Relations.
- Apr 13
Courses in the Interdisciplinary Collaborative Teaching Program give student high-impact opportunities for collaboration.
- Apr 11
The student-run PSFA College Council will host alumnus Cecil Magpuri speaking to students about entrepreneurship in the creative fields, thanks to an award from the Student Success Fee Fund.
- Apr 11
In a collaboration between Arts Alive SDSU and the Office for Restorative Practices, School of Art and Design MFA student Kristi Williams has installed her thesis project, Circular Dialogue Benches, outside the Chinese Cultural Center in the College of Professional Studies and Fine Arts.
- Apr 11
San Diego State University Art and Design Professor Yin Yu, in collaboration with Dr. Surabhi Bhutani, is designing wearable technology for olfactory, smell training to combat loss of smell after a COVID-19 infection. In a crossover between art and science, the wearable tech will help individuals suffering from loss of smell through olfactory training.