SFSU Magazine Spring/Summer '03: Index

Cover of the spring 2003 SFSU magazine. Geography Professor Max Kirkeberg and students tour of San Francisco's Western Addition.


SFSU Magazine Online, Spring/Summer 2003, Volume 3, Number 2.

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Getting Street Smart With Max Kirkeberg
Geographer Max Kirkeberg's "San Francisco on Foot" class.

Breaking Barriers
People with disabilities enlist technology in the quest for access.

An Injured Bird's Best Ally
Alum Chris Battaglia races to Spain to rescue birds caught in the Prestige tanker oil spill.

These Professors Go to the Head of the Class
Readers remember their favorite professors.

Speaking Volumes
Newly donated Nuremberg Trial transcripts are enriching teaching and research.

Geography Professor Max Kirkeberg pointing to the Archbishop's Mansion during a student tour of San Francisco's Western Addition.
A close-up shot of a student's hands on a Braille keyboard.
A puffin sitting on a rock.
Gerontology Professors Anabel Pelham and Brian DeVries smiling as they sit together under a tree on campus.
One of the books with a blue cover which hold the Nuremberg Trial transcripts recently donated to SFSU's Jewish Studies Program.