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Imagine balancing on a pole 30 feet in the air. You can actually try it at SF State's ropes course.
A pair of SF State criminal justice studies professors have co-written a new book documenting a real life murder mystery.
SF State study goes deep on types of people who use meditation | SF State News
Female inmates in S.F. sewing a way out
SF State students are teaching inmates in a San Francisco jail how to sew.
California has restricted junk food sales at public schools, but who benefits? A new study by SF State's Emma V. Sanchez-Vaznaugh has answers.
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Researchers at San Francisco State University have developed a tool that for the first time can measure the extent to which instructors use innovative teaching methods by analyzing simple audio recordings of classroom sounds, according to a study published today in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science.
SF State grad students are teaching inmates at a San Francisco prison how to sew.