Foundation News

SDSU roots run deep for Bievers

Feb 16, 2017

SDSU roots run deep for Bievers

50 years after meeting on campus, the Bievers still support SDSU through scholarships.

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Jackrabbits Land Legacy

Feb 16, 2017

Jackrabbits Land Legacy

SDSU faithful gift land to the university.

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Alumni Green

Oct 19, 2016

Alumni Green

The Alumni Green project provides an opportunity to memorialize those important to us.

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Giving even through adversity

Oct 19, 2016

Giving even through adversity

Pharmacy alum sets up scholarship after cancer diagnosis.

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Michael’s Journey leads to autism understanding

Feb 17, 2016

Michael’s Journey leads to autism understanding

The Hart Family started Michael’s Journey to help people who work with children understand and recognize autism.

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Young widow, 29, carries on husband’s legacy with endowed scholarship

Oct 29, 2015

Young widow, 29, carries on husband’s legacy with endowed scholarship

“They say time heals, and after one year, I can attest that this theory is somewhat true. However, with that being said, I can also tell you that there is a piece of my heart that still aches just as much today as it did 365 days ago. Some days that pain is roaring with […]

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Luckiest Man in the World

Aug 4, 2015

Luckiest Man in the World

Students, colleagues establish scholarships in retiring professor’s honor.

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Wintrode Legacy

Feb 27, 2015

Wintrode Legacy

Gift aimed to help “students who exhibited promise” provides hope, support to 4,100 at SDSU in 2013-14 Janice Conboy traveled from New Jersey in the spring of 2014 to lay to rest her father, Maurice, a 1948 SDSU graduate, in the cemetery less than a quarter-mile from the Parker, S.D., home where he grew up. […]

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Introducing the Alumni Green

Oct 8, 2014

Introducing the Alumni Green

SDSU Foundation and Alumni Association plan redevelopment project.

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Classroom Modernization

Jul 23, 2014

Classroom Modernization

University plans to update 99 classrooms in 23 buildings.

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