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Category: Spring 2013
Faced with a terminal diagnosis, one woman stayed true to her goal of helping others.
SJSU’s Record Clearance Project uses the law to help ex-offenders move beyond their rap sheets.
Sue James, ’75 Accounting, now retired, serves as president of Tri-Valley Animal Rescue (TVAR) and is able to concentrate her considerable organizational talents on pairing homeless dogs and cats with individuals and families.
Our alumni, students and faculty members not only eliminate boundaries, they also create dynamic connections. And it is through these connections that we, as individuals and as a community, become agents of change.
“My business started at SJSU!” says Michael Bayne, ’05 Industrial Technology/Business Operations, ’09 MBA/MSC, who recently founded his company, Rota Mobility, with his father, a local semiconductor entrepreneur.
In 2003, Carol Dale, ’94 Occupational Therapy, traveled to Honduras as part of an Olancho Aid Foundation mission team.
Pamela Cornelison, ’96 Journalism, likes teaching—just not in the classroom. (A stint as a junior high teaching assistant taught her that.) Tutoring is her forte, adult literacy her cause.
Aimi Duong, ’12 Business, has launched Oimei, a fair trade company that sells textiles woven by women from seven tribes in northern Thailand.
Profile: Wanjiru Kamau, ’65 Social Sciences
Sharon Castellanos, ’83 Nursing, is building awareness about organ and tissue donation within Hispanic communities through her nonprofit, Brandon’s Crossroads.
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Cover story: Binh Danh’s photography captures the complexity of the human experience.
A new minor has San Jose State students working for human rights in their own backyard.
Associate Professor of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences Estella Habal played a part in one of the movements that defined the Bay Area in the revolutionary 1960s and 70s.
Good reads from alumni and faculty authors.
The co-director of San Jose State’s Center for Community Learning and Leadership explains how volunteering and service-learning can enhance your career.