SDSU Imperial Valley News
SDSU Imperial Valley Alumn Opens Wardrobe Closet for Students and Local CommunityFeb 28
As an active volunteer in her community, Hortencia Armendariz saw a need to help students with basic needs, such as school and professional attire.
SDSU Imperial Valley Student Leaders Journey To OaxacaFeb 27
SDSU students and faculty experience firsthand the university's binational collaboration in research and education during January's 6-day excursion.
Making an impact in Imperial Valleys criminal justice system: Q&A with George MarquezFeb 21
The former SDSU Imperial Valley lecturer was elected district attorney for County in 2022.
SDSU Imperial Valley Holds First White Coat Ceremony for Nursing StudentsDec 13
Rite of passage symbolizes entry into the profession and the beginning of real-world clinical experience.
SDSU Imperial Valley On-Campus Food PantryDec 6
SDSU Imperial Valley has opened its first on-campus food pantry and remains committed to students' individual needs during the holiday season.
Growing Our Own Workforce of NursesDec 5
SDSU Imperial Valley School of Nursing offers innovative programs to address nursing shortages in rural border areas of California
SDSU Imperial Valley Dean of Students SelectedDec 1
Henry Villegas served in an interim role prior to the appointment.
Grants to Fund Hologram Headsets, Health Professions Pipeline at SDSU Imperial ValleyNov 2
San Diego State University Imperial Valley’s School of Nursing received another $3 million in awards in October. Two new federal and state grants will support an augmented reality nursing lab and a comprehensive high school-to-health professional workforce pipeline in Imperial County.
New SDSU FUERTE Faculty Address Latinx Health DisparitiesOct 19
Nine faculty have been hired in the College of Sciences, College of Health and Human Services and SDSU Imperial Valley as a part of SDSU FUERTE (Faculty Unified towards Excellence in Research and Transformational Engagement), an National Institutes of Health-funded effort to bolster Latinx health disparities research and provide researchers with thoughtful career development and mentoring.
$5 Million Award Will Establish Imperial County Clinical Research Network to Tackle Health DisparitiesOct 18
San Diego State University, SDSU Imperial Valley and El Centro Regional Medical Center (ECRMC) have received a $5 million cooperative agreement award from an arm of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to tackle health inequities in the region. Over five years, the funds will help to establish the Imperial County Clinical Research Network (ICCRN), a partnership between the SDSU HealthLINK Center, SDSU IV (RISE) Center, and ECRMC.