By understanding when and how land forms shift, fracture and change over time, Blisniuk gathers data that helps evaluate earthquake hazard.
Yuan says Silicon Valley is a fascinating place to study, given that 40 percent of people in San José are not born in the U.S.
Associate Professor of History Wendy Rouse explores the history of women in self-defense and its relationship to women’s rights.
SJSU Spatial Arts Lecturer Yvonne Escalante, ’13 MFA Spatial Arts, has created an electroforming workspace in the College of Humanities and the Arts.
SJSU Assistant Professor of Graphic Design Yoon Chung Han combines art, design and engineering to create installations based on unique biometric data.
SJSU’s Lurie College of Education is working to organize and present the best possible early childhood education research resources for teachers, parents and the greater Bay Area community.
Starting in fall 2020, SJSU will offer a doctor of audiology program.
San Jose State Professor of Political Science Frannie Edwards will conduct a webinar on April 9, “Transit and COVID-19: How Its Impact Differs from Other Emergencies,” where she’ll discuss the similarities and differences between the impact of COVID-19 and other contagious diseases such as SARS and H1N1/swine flu on transit systems.
Assistant Professor of Journalism Duane “Michael” Cheers has scanned close to 1,000 documents belonging to notable African-American scholar W.E.B. Du Bois, which will be added to the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library.
How do geologists measure seismicity and communicate earthquake risk to the communities that could one day be affected?
How do neurons transmit messages throughout the body? How are memories formed? Miri VanHoven’s neurogenetics lab at San Jose State explores big questions.
From engineers to medical doctors, four alumni reflect on how their SJSU experiences have helped them make an impact. Illustrations by Jon Chester.
Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering Mohamed Badawy founded SJSU’s Center of Power Electronic Converters.
The only team of its kind in the United States, Craig Clements’ Fire Weather Research Laboratory studies and decodes wildfire behavior to improve fire management and prevention.