When History Professor Jonathan Roth sees something he doesn’t agree with, he tries to change it.
Author: Jody Ulate
Learning an entrepreneurial mindset prepares students for work and life in Silicon Valley.
San Jose State celebrates the Frankenstein Bicentennial and launches an exploration of the deep humanities.
Michael Sera, ’86 Electrical Engineering, works to bridge cultures at the Japanese American Museum of San Jose.
San Jose State’s new “power suite” at the Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport showcases the stories of Spartans.
Catherine Koanja, ’18 Nursing, had to help her mother read medication labels as a child. As a nurse she plans to advocate for health literacy.
Alumna Yvonne Escalante’s philosophy as a craftswoman and SJSU Art and Art History lecturer helped to shape the meaning of the university’s new ceremonial mace.
Reading poetry can be an exercise in perspective taking, slowing down to see and listen to each word and how it interacts with its neighbors.
Working to improve our own health and that of our communities is a change we all can make.
SJSU alumni stay connected by sharing their latest news.
Honoring Spartans who have passed away.
Every Friday—rain or shine—Mercy Egbujor leads the backpack medical team on its rounds in a battered van, frequently descending into hidden camps where unsanitary conditions provide a breeding ground for diseases such as tuberculosis and hepatitis.
Three Spartans who are part of the Paralympic movement, promoting its values of enabling and empowering athletes while challenging stereotypes and transforming attitudes about athletes with impairments.
“We are trying to make the exploration of the unknown something that everyday people can do. It doesn’t take a science grant to see something no one ever has before.”
“Judy and I traveled a lot together. Now there’s going to be a nursing scholarship in our name that keeps the spirit of service alive.”
“I came away from SJSU knowing that if you want anything bad enough you can attain it. Nothing is impossible.”
Telling the stories of Spartans, remembering a grandmother’s sacrifice.
Washington Square welcomes letters to the editor. Here’s what our readers have to say.
San Jose State’s community of dreamers and change-makers.
Seventy-five years later, artifacts relating to the internment of Japanese-Americans are on display at Special Collections and Archives at SJSU’s Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library.