A student leader reminded grads “it only takes one teacher to make a difference.”Read Story
The EOP Graduation Ceremony encouraged attendees to find inspiration and inspire others.Read Story
New research by SJSU's Alan Leventhal and colleagues delves into the relationship between Native Americans and dogs, coyotes and wolves.
For the Simple Limb Initiative, industrial design students created $30 prosthetic limbs aimed toward children in Afghanistan, Cambodia and Colombia.
After a national search, James Harvey was named director of the marine lab and graduate program for a consortium of seven CSUs with oversight provided by SJSU.
Intel Makes $25,000 Gift to Girls STEM Network
A new program will help middle-school girls protect the online environments of their families and communities while enhancing the girls’ knowledge of STEM subjects.Read Story
Economic Summit to Feature State Controller
The SJSU Center for Banking and Financial Services confirms John Chiang will join a panel of experts to discuss Silicon Valley’s economic outlook.Read Story
Budget News: Holding the Line on Tuition Increases
The governor’s latest budget proposal calls for more state government spending on the CSU and a four-year tuition freeze.Read Story
Jobs Report: Employment Outlook Improves
The SJSU Career Center is poised to help students compete as the economy recovers.Read Story
Early Career Investigator Awards
Camille Johnson from the College of Business and Juneseok Lee from the College of Engineering have received the SJSU Research Foundation Early Career Investigator Award for 2013.Read Story