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Complete your teaching evaluations in MyCoursEval (https://p11.courseval.net/etw/ets/et.asp?nxappid=YJ2&nxmid=start) between November 21, 2022 and December 7, 2022.
Final exams are approaching and our students are counting down the days until exams begin on Thursday, December 8, 2022.
To support our students during the final exam period, Student Involvement will host three #SJSUFinalsWeek stations during Finals Week on December 8, 9, 12, and 13.
Volunteer at #SJSUFinalsWeek Stations – Sign up Here
Volunteers will hand out free test materials, snacks, and encouragement to students. Materials and snacks will be provided by Student Involvement. Volunteer shifts are for 2 hour time blocks for the following dates and times:
- Thursday, December 8 between 12:30pm-5:30pm
- Friday, December 9 between 7:00am-5:30pm
- Monday, December 12 between 7:00am-5:30pm
- Tuesday, December 13 between 7:00am-5:30pm
To sign up, view the list of available opportunities on the SignUpGenius form and enter your information into an open shift. If your schedule changes, please adjust directly on this website to open the space for other potential volunteers. We will follow up with important volunteer details to all those who sign up.
Another way that you can get involved and support our students: Please share with your Teams as well as with other colleagues.
Note: All those interested in volunteering should get approval from their direct supervisor(s) before signing up to participate. With your support/approval, Student Assistants are also welcomed to work at each station.
For more information and other questions related to Finals Programming, please contact Jordan Webb at email@example.com or by phone at 408-924-5956.
As always, thank you for helping to support our Spartans during Finals!
The College of Graduate Studies is excited to announce that applications are now available for the 2023 Grad Slam Competition! We encourage students from all disciplines to apply (students graduating in Fall 2022 are also eligible). Whether you’re building a widget, chasing fires, or unearthing discoveries in art history, we want to hear from you! Applications are due by February 20, 2023.
What is Grad Slam?
Grad Slam at San José State University is a campus-wide competition for the best three-minute research talk given by a graduate student. Speakers are judged by a panel based on their ability to successfully engage a non-specialist audience while communicating key details about their research.
Benefits of participation include the opportunity to showcase your research or creative activity, engage in professional development activities through our curated public speaking workshops, obtain a professionally filmed video of your presentation to add to your LinkedIn account for employers to view, and win cash prizes ($1,200 for 1st place, $800 for 2nd place, and $500 for audience choice)!
Attend our Information Sessions!
Sign up to attend the next information sessions on December 7 from 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. (PST) to learn more about this unique opportunity and to ask questions. More workshops will be added in December and January. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mn7GpujMtlU
Learn more at: https://www.sjsu.edu/cgs/events/grad-slam/index.php
SPARC student clinician dream team this semester
Left to right – Theo, Myles, Alex (CDS undergrad, now grad), Eve, Pauline, Jayme (CDS undergrad, now grad)- missing Alejandra in this picture.
These students worked very hard with their creativity, flexibility, and perseverance.
Their fantastic creativity and clinical work throughout the semester included Alex and Eve (who led a moving, social-justice inspired Aphasia Book Club that got us all hooked), Theo, Pauline, and Jayme (who led one of the best renditions of aphasia choir we have had and a perfect return from the pandemic to live music), and Myles and Alejandra (who facilitated a novel Therapeutic Gaming group ending with a full-of-laughs finale of White Elephant- clients have already said they want this group to continue).
Every client and their family have expressed how much it meant to have this space, to return from the pandemic, and how grateful they were to our clinicians
Application link: Click Here
SJSU Lurie College of Education Department of Communicative Disorders and Sciences (CDS) provides rigorous academic and clinical preparation to students seeking careers working with individuals with communication disorders and their families. They are guided by a commitment to culturally responsive teaching and clinical training. The department is raising donations for the final stages of the upgrade which entails materials, equipment, and facilities.
To find out more, follow the link
The Early Childhood Institute remains committed to supporting the delivery of equitable, responsive, and inclusive care and education for young children. The Early Childhood Institute 2023 Professional Meeting is designed to address the questions professionals are asking. Presentations and panel discussions with faculty/researchers, policymakers, and leaders from the field will engage the audience in conversations about the focus and impact of policy changes on both early learning programs and practices and the professionals working with young children.
In order to put together a first-class learning and networking experience for professionals and students to be held in Spring 2023, we have launched a Day of Giving crowdfunding campaign to ask for support from advocates for early childhood like you.
There are lots of ways you can help with our campaign. Follow this link to find out more!
NSSLHA is raising money to support student members to attend a state-wide professional conference as an effort to support our student scholars, inspire more students, and diversify the profession to better serve our communities. The California Speech Language Hearing Association (CSHA) holds an annual conference that targets students and professionals in the field with the latest research and professional education opportunities. This is a great opportunity for students to network, and learn about the many ways our profession contributes to the wellbeing of those with communication disorders and differences. This has traditionally been the venue that brings inspiration and excitement in students to continue with their education into the profession.
This will be the first year since the pandemic that we will be able to send our students to this conference, but only with your help!
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Join us for our Fall 2022 University Scholar Series presentation entitled, “Framing and Decoding Public Narratives in the Debate Over Race-conscious Affirmative Action”
This event will be on November 16 at 12:00pm, VIRTUAL only. Hosted by the Office of the Provost in partnership with SJSU King Library. This virtual event is free and open to the public. For more information, call (408) 924-2403.
To register for more information, click here
Lofgren presented a $500,000 check for the San Jose State University’s Healthy Development Community Clinic
Lofgren presented a $500,000 check for the San Jose State University’s Healthy Development Community Clinic for their joint project with the East Side Union School District that provides families with healthcare services, while also helping advance graduate students’ education through in-the-field professional experience.
“I find it inspiring that SJSU’s College of Education is taking advantage of their expertise on campus – the professors and students focused on child development, speech pathology, therapy, and more – to help underserved children, adolescents, parents, and families in San Jose,” said Lofgren. “It’s a win-win-win – for families, graduate students, and our community as a whole.”
“We are very grateful to Rep. Zoe Lofgren for her support of the Healthy Development Community Clinic,” shared Heather Lattimer, Dean of San Jose State University’s College of Education. “This federal investment will allow us to significantly expand the education, mental health, and wellness services that the HDCC is able to offer to children and families in the East San José community.”
To read the full article, go to this link.
Are you a young innovator, entrepreneur, or idea-maker from California? If so, the 2023 Westly Prize is officially open for you! $145K will be awarded to changemakers with a vision that could change society. Is your idea next? Apply to this year’s Westly Prize to find out. Applications close 10/17/22. For more information about the Westly Prize, please click here
Here is the link to purchase tickets
Come and join us for our Second Annual SJSU Legacy Run—Our Communities and Mental Health: Activities That Ground Us. A walk, run, roll at San José State University that starts and ends at the Tommie Smith and John Carlos Olympic Statues and will go around the perimeter of the university, passing through the Arch of Dignity, Equality, and Justice or Cesar Chavez Arch.
Date: Saturday, October 29, 2022
Location: Start and finish at the Olympic Statues and perimeter of the university (sidewalk)
Register now or for more information, click here