Sociology Professor Wendy Ng will soon become the Dean of the College of Letters, Arts, and Social Sciences at California State University, East Bay. Professor Ng has been a faculty member at SJSU since 1989, serving as Chair of the Sociology department for four years, and has been an Associate Dean of Graduate and Undergraduate Programs since July 2016. Congratulations, Professor Ng!
In the Sourisseau Academy‘s first “In Depth” video production, viewers are taken on a tour of the Lick Observatory, the first in the world. Built in the 1880s, it drew visitors to the top of Mount Hamilton morning and night. The February 2019 “Lick Observatory” video documents the early tourists who made the 26-mile trip to Mount Hamilton.
This year’s Don Edwards Lecture will be on the topic “Veterans on the Home Front: Advocacy, Policy, Action.”
Maya Esparza: San Jose City Council
Joseph Kopser: Veteran and Co-founder of Grayline, Former Congressional Candidate
Joshua Mantz: Veteran and Author of Beauty of a Darker Soul
Moderated by Dr. Leonard Lira.
When: March 15, 6:00 p.m.
Where: Student Union Ballroom
Free and Open to the Public.
Sponsored by the SJSU Department of Political Science and the College of Social Sciences.
Long before the Winchester Mystery House and the Rosicrucian Museum were tourist attractions, the Lick Observatory on Mount Hamilton was San Jose’s most famous venue. In the January 2019 Sourisseau Academy photo album Anthropology Professor Emeritus Tom Layton cruises the delivery wagons, buggies, vans, and trucks that became moving billboards, reaching even the most remote corners of the Santa Clara Valley.
Long before television commercials and the Internet, local merchants were seeking effective and innovative ways to advertise their services to the public. In the December 2018 Sourisseau Academy photo album Anthropology Professor Emeritus Tom Layton cruises the delivery wagons, buggies, vans, and trucks that became moving billboards, reaching even the most remote corners of the Santa Clara Valley.
The December 2018 Sourisseau Academy news video visits the many locations that have vanished from our modern landscape.