Silicon Valley has disrupted its way into a housing crisis, one so severe that the workers needed to power tech’s growth engine are being priced out of a future here.
Marketing Professor Marilyn Easter and Alora Frederick, ’18 Business Administration, founded the G.o.A.L. program to create an inclusive space for Spartans.
Alumni healthcare leaders share their insights on U.S. healthcare and what inspired them to help people achieve their fullest, healthiest lives.
An SJSU tradition has taken shape, and it’s the shape of a Spartan.
One of the biggest reasons that people fail to advance as leaders is the inability to develop or improve their emotional intelligence.
“We are experiencing a major shift in healthcare. Remember that you as the patient are the customer.”
“There is an undocumented student community out there that could definitely benefit from a lot of the services I obtained.”
“I came away from SJSU knowing that if you want anything bad enough you can attain it. Nothing is impossible.”
In CNBC’s weekly “Fortt Knox” podcast, anchor Jon Fortt interviews extraordinary people with the goal of giving listeners “tips and inspiration to do what you do that much better.” The Job Maestro is excited to share some excerpts from Fortt’s tip-tastic podcast with Intel CEO Brian Krzanich, ’82 Chemistry.
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Alumna Diane Solomon donated a political button collection that shows what united and divided an era.
The Job Maestro interviewed alumnus Blaine Vess, founder of StudyMode, which is building the world’s largest study group.
The career of businessman/philanthropist Peter Ueberroth, ’59 Management, ’86 Honorary Doctorate, covers a lot of territory.
Deborah Ale Flint, ’90 Business Administration, oversees three airports: Los Angeles International, LA/Ontario International and Van Nuys.
Recent publications from Spartan authors.
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Muhammed Chaudhry’s efforts to prepare young people in Silicon Valley for college and careers are transforming public education.
A $50,000 student-managed portfolio consistently generates an investment return that tops the S&P 500.