“The experiences that I’ve had in the name of STEM have been unbelievable, and I want that for other people.”
Author: Allison Arbuthnot Sanders
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.
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.
Alumna Hideko Kunii made history in 2014 as the first woman appointed to the board of Honda.
Native American student Joey Montoya helps indigenous youths reconnect with their traditional identity and share their voices.
The SJSU Student Hunger Committee’s goal: to find solutions for food insecurity on campus.
Brooks Mancini, ’64 Marketing, supports two scholarship that take students far.
” I want my students to know: You can change the world—and you should.”
“I don’t fit the traditional mold of a scholar, but it’s wonderful to train scientists and get them in the right place to do great science.”
“I’m in this to help my students discover themselves, but I’m still discovering myself, too.”
“I believe that good citizenship requires participation and community service in the Jeffersonian tradition.”
Twenty-three years running, the University Police Department Holiday Toy Drive gives much more than toys to low-income families surrounding SJSU.
Spartan golfer Megan Osland, ’15 Recreation Management, knows how to swing more than a five iron.
A new course prepares students to go to work for a cause.
Five personal stories prove that we are much more than the sum of our experiences.
Jonathan Huang uses art to advocate for victims of sex trafficking.
Thanks to a woman who loved travel, genealogy, bright colors and cats, students get to see the world.