During the seven years of Acceleration: The Campaign for San José State University, more than 30,000 individuals, 2,396 corporations and 200 foundations gave to support every department on campus—from the University Library to Athletics. More than $53 million was contributed to student scholarships and fellowships during the campaign. Many Silicon Valley companies contributed to programs that provide student internships. $17.3 million was contributed to facilities such as labs and smart classrooms. Donors contributed the funds to make our move to the Mountain West Conference possible. $74 million was raised to support our faculty members. Giving to San José State is an expression of pride in the university that inspires...
Category: Fall 2013
A former Spartan tennis star who earned an MBA in her home country of Slovenia, Ana Lukner believes in “true and honest” marketing.
A message from SJSU President Mo Qayoumi.
Karen Singmaster showed me how much fun chemistry could be.
The Job Maestro caught up with Jill Klees from the San José State Career Center to find out why e-portfolios matter.
Calling all Spartans: Tell us what you’re up to!
Quotes heard around campus.
Washington Square welcomes letters to the editor. Here’s what our readers have to say.
Adapted from The Launch Pad, by Randall Stross, SJSU professor of business.
On December 6, Ken Burns will sit down with KQED’s Michael Krasny for a discussion and a preview of his upcoming documentary.
Publications from alumni and faculty members.
As firefighters struggled to contain this summer’s Rim Fire near Yosemite National Park, Craig Clements and his students were on the scene.
Hackers, beware: San José State’s new offerings in cybersecurity and big data just made your job a little harder.
Pedro Garcia, senior broadcasting major, has scheduled as many as 10 haircuts a day between classes, homework and his part-time gig at Cumulus Radio.
Remembering alumni and faculty members who have passed away.
Tyson Frederick employs an early 20th century, Austrian thought-experiment in quantum mechanics to explain how he creates his art.
San José State starting offensive tackle Wes Schweitzer was about to join the Marine Corps when he got the first of seven scholarship offers to play college football.
Edward Oates, ’68 Math, is a rock ‘n’ roller, SJSU advocate, conservationist, brilliant engineer and co-founder of Oracle.
During his SJSU days, Richard MacKinnon could be found out on Tower Lawn, practicing his juggling skills.
To celebrate its 10th anniversary, the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library asked San José State art students to paint the library from their perspectives.
SJSU football coaches on their digital tools.
Can consumers, environmentalists and entrepreneurs reclaim pollution and turn it into profit?
Provost Ellen Junn discusses how San José State’s latest approaches to teaching and learning are shaking up classrooms—on campuses and in the cloud.