Once upon a time, the only mechanical vehicles on our city streets (other than horse-drawn conveyances) were bicycles. Sourisseau Academy Board member Ralph Pearce, bike rider and antique bicycle restorer, takes us for a ride down an unpaved memory lane in the February 2017 Sourisseau Academy newsletter. The February 2017 Sourisseau news video (sponsored by Linda Lee Lester) explores the history of automobiles.
Congratulations to Mariela Acevedo!
Mariela Acevedo, a second-year graduate student in our Clinical Program, was recently awarded a scholarship through the California MFT Stipend Program.
The California MFT Stipend Program is funded through the Mental Health Services Act and administered bu the Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development to address the statewide workforce need for mental health practitioners in underserved communities of California.
In the January 2017 Sourisseau Academy newsletter Tom Layton (Professor Emeritus, Department of Anthropology) compares the life stages of humans and automobiles. The January 2017 Sourisseau News Video explores the history of locally produced ice cream and the creameries, pharmacies, drive-ins, and diners that served it.
In the December 2016 Sourisseau Academy newsletter Tom Layton (Professor Emeritus, Department of Anthropology) takes us on an historical tour of South Bay fountains, creameries, and yogurt shops. The December 2016 Sourisseau News Video provides a stroll among old-time storefronts of Willow Glen, a San José neighborhood that was profiled in the November 2016 Sourisseau Academy newsletter.
Tuesday, November 8, 2016 is Election Day in the United States. San Francisco Bay Area news media will feature analysis from professors Sergio Bejar-Lopez, Melinda Jackson, Larry Gerston, and Garrick Percival. An SJSU Newsroom post provides information about their appearances.
Students in Professor Mary Currin-Percivial’s POLS 108 “Political Participation” class produced videos about the importance of voting. Check them out: political ad 1, political ad 2, political ad 3, political ad 4.