The Constitution LIVE

In Honer of Constitution Day, the College of Social Sciences
and the Political Science Department present The Constitution LIVE. SJSU students, faculty, and administrators will be reading the U.S. Constitution aloud continuously throughout the day. Free pocket constitutions will be handed out to the first 300 people. An expert will be on hand to answer all questions about the U.S. Constitution.

When: Monday, September 18, 2017
Where: Smith Carlos Lawn (Outside of Clark Hall)
Contact: james.brent@sjsu.edu

DuCros publishes “Tokens on the Small Screen”

Assistant Professor of Sociology Faustina DuCros is a member of a research team that has published “Tokens on the Small Screen: Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders on Prime Time and Streaming Television,” which found that Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders are still underrepresented on prime time television and streaming television. Additional information can be found on twitter [@AAPIsOnTV and #AAPIsOnTV], and on Facebook.

Dean’s Spring 2017 Graduate Student Colloquium

Social Science scholarship explores complex, often interrelated, social processes. It also researches ways in which the quality of life of individuals can be improved and the society can become more just, vibrant, and sustainable. Presentations in this colloquium represent the wide range of inquiries that social scientists pursue: ethical alternatives to risky high-interest payday loans; impact of parking requirements on housing affordability; political participations among women in the Evangelical church; how movies and books bring our attention to the environment and shape our world; and people’s attitudes toward rent control policies.

This event is open to the campus community.

The Luis “El Machete” Valdez Annual Speakers Series Presents Politics and Community: A Dialogue with the Honorable Blanca Alvarado

Join us in the new Student Union Theater, as we engage the Honorable Blanca Alvarado in a community dialogue. We will highlight her early years, her community engagement, and her trailblazing political career.

  • Wednesday, April 26, 2017
  • Student Union Theater, San Jose State University
  • Doors Open at 5:30 pm, event from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
  • Tickets available through Eventbrite

Co-sponsored by the Mexican American Studies Department, The College of Social Sciences, ASPIRE/McNair, Baktun Twelve, and La Raza Historical Society of Santa Clara Valley.