“When I arrived at SJSU as an EOP Student, I never would have dreamed that someday I would go to graduate school and become a university professor.”
Tagged: social sciences
“To become an excellent teacher, you have to gain energy from your students and be inspired by your students.”
Recently published works from Spartan authors.
Dissecting the complex and often controversial concept of race using an anthropological approach.
This year’s commencement speaker: Nancy Pelosi, Democratic leader of the House of Representatives in the 114th Congress and congresswoman, California’s 12th District.
Sociology alumna Jessica Pellegrini’s roller derby-inspired community service.
Publications from alumni and faculty members.
During his SJSU days, Richard MacKinnon could be found out on Tower Lawn, practicing his juggling skills.
Can consumers, environmentalists and entrepreneurs reclaim pollution and turn it into profit?
Home or away? Doesn’t matter! Some fans just won’t miss game day.
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.
Profile: Wanjiru Kamau, ’65 Social Sciences
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.
The co-director of San Jose State’s Center for Community Learning and Leadership explains how volunteering and service-learning can enhance your career.
Find out how SJSU students got the minimum wage raised in San Jose.