“Cities are made great by the number of people on the sidewalks and on the streets. SJSU is a core institution in our downtown, bringing tens of thousands of people to and through it.”
Washington Square: The Stories of San Jose State University
“The experiences that I’ve had in the name of STEM have been unbelievable, and I want that for other people.”
Maps are central to the work of SJSU Assistant Professor of Art Lordy Rodriguez, whose “Untitled 774″ (2012) is the cover image of the Fall/Winter 2015 edition of WSQ.
The Super Bowl’s golden anniversary is a time to reflect on SJSU’s place in Super Bowl history.
Muhammed Chaudhry’s efforts to prepare young people in Silicon Valley for college and careers are transforming public education.
There are benefits to being your family’s first college graduate.
When you break down something you perceive as inviolable, you begin to see what it’s made of and you can begin to imagine how it might take on a new shape and purpose.
Nominated by Christopher Queen, ’98 Humanities/Spanish
Whether your goal is to maintain current workplace contentment or work your way toward your dream job, relationship building is critical.
A $50,000 student-managed portfolio consistently generates an investment return that tops the S&P 500.
Paul Nyhof, ’13 MS Environmental Studies, studied the Western Pond Turtles that live in the marshes along a then-new section of the San Francisco Bay Trail.
Recently published works from Spartan authors.
For nearly a century, the San Jose State Faculty Wives Club connected its members to each other and to the university community.
Now more than ever, we need help from you, the university’s alumni and friends, so that our outstanding students, faculty and staff fulfill SJSU’s promise.
We received a number of letters asking about the spring/summer 2015 edition, which was our first-ever digital-only issue. Thank you for reading Washington Square.
A few words from distinguished campus members and speakers.
On any given day, students, faculty and staff members, and alumni flow through campus, perhaps not realizing that their paths are remarkable.
Remembering Spartans who have passed away.
Updates from the SJSU alumni network.
Ada Lou Reed Duacsek learned to pilot a plane before she could drive a car. She never hesitated to pursue her passions—and gender equality—first in aviation, then in the U.S. military.