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.
- Jan 23
Ten SDSU alumni have been named as 2023 Rising Aztecs, recipients of the biennial award recognizing up-and-coming alumni who make support for SDSU and engagement with the university part of their lives and careers.
- Aug 27
The School of Public Affairs welcomes new Assistant Professor Tereza Trejbalová, PhD. Trejbalová received her Ph.D in Criminology and Criminal Justice from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in 2021.
- Aug 27
The School of Public Affairs welcomes new Assistant Professor Dr. Justina Jose. Jose recently received her PhD from the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies at Georgia State University with a specialization in Public Budgeting and Finance.
- May 27
In “Crimesploitation: Crime, Punishment, and Pleasure in Reality TV (Cultural Lives of Law),” authors Paul Kaplan and Daniel LaChance inspect the spectacle created by popular crimesploitation shows, including “Cops,” “Dog: The Bounty Hunter,” “To Catch a Predator,” “Making a Murderer,” and “Don't F**K with Cats.” The book is available May 31st, 2022.
- May 11
Criminal Justice major honored as top outstanding student by School of Public Affairs and the College of Professional Studies and Fine Arts
- May 10
“Crimesploitation” is a new book co-authored by SDSU’s Paul Kaplan and Emory University’s Daniel LaChance
- Mar 14
After implementing pedestrian and bicycle counting infrastructure in San Diego County, SDSU team joins City of Encinitas to update beach access tracking system.