“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.”
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A pilot faculty-in-residence program helps students feel at home on campus by connecting them with faculty members outside the classroom.
From student-athlete to activist-scholar, Harry Edwards’ life and work offer lessons on more than the sociology of sport.
The career of businessman/philanthropist Peter Ueberroth, ’59 Management, ’86 Honorary Doctorate, covers a lot of territory.
A $15 million gift renames the Student Union and inspires the campus community.
“The experiences that I’ve had in the name of STEM have been unbelievable, and I want that for other people.”
A $50,000 student-managed portfolio consistently generates an investment return that tops the S&P 500.
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.
For nearly a century, the San Jose State Faculty Wives Club connected its members to each other and to the university community.
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.
Wesley “Bud” Hubbard, ’34 Political Science, pursued what he thought was best for the long-term health of the community.
A new course prepares students to go to work for a cause.
We asked alumni and students who posed for our cover collage: What makes you a Spartan? Here are their responses: “I am a Spartan through my ambition to be the best. This school is historical; it’s the first state university in California and ranking among the best schools. This school just makes me feel like a winner.” —Kristine Ecal, ’14 Behavioral Science “Being involved at SJSU and making a difference in the community.” —Maritza Valencia, ’18 Recreational Therapy “The dedication to success and ability to adapt.” —Daan Giron, ’11 Health Science “My involvement and passion for the university and the...
Thanks to a woman who loved travel, genealogy, bright colors and cats, students get to see the world.