Apply to get student research supplies! If you are a graduate, credential or undergraduate student enrolled in the Lurie College of Education you are able to apply for up to $250 for research supplies. Students are limited to one research request per fiscal year and these applications are due on May 1st.
Apply for funding for conferences you are presenting at! Applicants must be presenting at a conference and have proof of their acceptance to the conference. This is for graduate, credential, or undergraduate students in the Lurie College of Education, you will be eligible for one conference travel award per fiscal year. These applications are due by May 1st, 2023.
Sign up for Soci 180, which is an internship course that will teach you about today’s athletes’ work to support social justice. You will learn how to raise awareness about social issues by creating social media campaigns, organizing and participating in educational events, and conducting independent research projects. There are only 10 spaces left!! FOr more information and an add code email email@example.com.
Graduating Seniors: Share your career plan after college in this survey First 10 respondents from each college will receive a free t-shirt and all respondents will be entered into a drawing for 1 of (2) $100 Amazon gift cards!
Are you looking for some classes for the fall? If you are considering the transformative leadership minor or just need some extra classes here are some you should consider taking the fall! For more information use the QR code!
Are you interested in a new minor? Join the Transformative Leadership Minor. If you want to learn how to be a transformative leader in all spaces you are consider this minor. They are having information session every Thursday for the rest of May. Register for the Information session HERE!
Come out to the Lurie Colleges End of Semester Kickback and enter in a chance to win some raffle prizes! Join us on Tuesday May 17th from 4-6 pm in the Sweeney Hall Courtyard! We are so excited to see you and celebrate what a year we have had.
Students, faculty, staff, and alumni are invited to this end-of-semester celebration with food, music, prizes, and games! This will be a great opportunity to connect and relax after a busy semester. Graduating students will especially be encouraged to attend and to take pictures with faculty and their classmates with commencement one week away. Please be sure to confirm your attendance on this invitation. If you have any dietary restrictions, let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
Join the #DoublePell Coalition. #DoublePellSJSU is bringing together college students, education and community leaders, and elected officials to advocate to advocate for increased federal assistance to help students pay for college. Visit the website to take action such as signing the petition, sharing testimonials, connecting on social media, and subscribing for updates for the event on June 2nd.
Recently SJSU was awarded a grant through APLU’s Urban Serving Universities to develop a supported CS pathway in partnership with Milpitas High School and San Jose City College.
This summer, the program will launch a four-week camp for high school students during which they are introduced to CS and earn college credit. The program will be taught by SJCC faculty and supported by Milpitas HS teachers. In addition, they are hiring some of our SJSU students as teaching assistants. SJSU students will earn $21/per hour. The program will be offered 10am-2pm Monday to Thursday, 6/27-7/21. Lunch is included.
Both undergraduate and grad students are eligible; students who are aspiring teachers are prioritized. No prior CS knowledge is needed. This is a great opportunity for future educators to gain classroom experience and gather foundational CS understanding in a fun and supportive environment! Check out handshake or email email@example.com for more information!
Join Dr. Aubrey Uresti as she talks about signs and symptoms of common mental health concerns that affect children and adolescents, explores the distinction between developmentally normative patterns and those that may reflect higher than expected levels of distress, and presents strategies that parents and caregivers can employ to support successful coping and maintain healthy communication with their child. Join Dr. Uresti on Monday, May 9th from 4-5:30 pm.
Join us at our end-of-the-year kickback! Come and hang out with your classmates and other faculty and staff! If you are graduating come and say goodbye and take pictures with your favorite faculty (: Come and hang out on Tuesday, May 17th from 4-6 pm in the Sweeney Hall Courtyard!
Join Senator Dave Cortese’s 19th Annual Bus Trip to Sacramento on Wednesday May 18th, 2022!
Senator Cortese is excited to announce the first in-person 19th Annual Sacramento Bus Trip for Education since before the pandemic.For nearly two decades, each year following the May Revision of the State Budget, the Bus Trip has successfully provided groups of education advocates, students and community members here in Senate District 15 the opportunity to travel to the State Capitol to meet directly with State Officials and Legislators, learn about current legislation and discuss education as a state budget priority. Lastly, this is a great chance to engage with Senator Cortese regarding your education priorities as he is a member of the Senate Education Committee.The event is scheduled for Wednesday May 18th, 2022. This will be an all-day event that includes free transportation to and from the State Capitol in Sacramento and lunch will be provided in co-sponsorship with Silicon Valley Education Foundation.The link to RSVP is: TINYURL.COM/SACBUSTRIPWhen: Wednesday May 18th, 2022
We do not have a San Jose-only Bus.
Where: California State Capitol, West Lawn, Sacramento
Join Senator Dave Cortese’s 19th Annual Bus Trip to Sacramento on Wednesday May 18th, 2022!
Senator Cortese is excited to announce the first in-person 19th Annual Sacramento Bus Trip for Education since before the pandemic.
For nearly two decades, each year following the May Revision of the State Budget, the Bus Trip has successfully provided groups of education advocates, students and community members here in Senate District 15 the opportunity to travel to the State Capitol to meet directly with State Officials and Legislators, learn about current legislation and discuss education as a state budget priority. Lastly, this is a great chance to engage with Senator Cortese regarding your education priorities as he is a member of the Senate Education Committee.
The event is scheduled for Wednesday May 18th, 2022. This will be an all-day event that includes free transportation to and from the State Capitol in Sacramento and lunch will be provided in co-sponsorship with Silicon Valley Education Foundation.
The link to RSVP is: TINYURL.COM/SACBUSTRIP
When: Wednesday May 18th, 2022
Buses Depart from San Jose State University: 6:00am
Address: San Jose State University Park and Ride Lot at 1281 S 7th St
Bus Returns to San Jose: By 6:00pm
Where: California State Capitol, West Lawn, Sacramento
We want to learn more about what LGBTQ+ SJSU students think about campus sexual assault. If you’d like to share your views and perspectives, participate in a confidential focus group. Participants do not need to have any experience with campus sexual assault. Participants will receive a $25 Amazon Gift Card. If you’re interested, please email Prof. Robert Marx at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are excited to share two opportunities for LCOE students and faculty to receive funding for research projects. These awards support faculty-student collaboration on research projects. One is designed to support faculty seeking research assistants for existing or planned projects and the other supports students who want to engage in research in a specific area of interest and have identified a faculty member who can support them in that work:
– The Research Grant for Undergraduate, Credential and Graduate Students supports students, mentored by a faculty mentor, to conduct a student-initiated research project. These awards are designed to support student-faculty collaboration on an ongoing or proposed research project related to the student’s major. The funding for these awards is $2,000 for a semester or $4,000 for an academic year for student researchers and $500 per semester for faculty mentors.
– The Student Research Assistant Grant for Faculty provides funding to hire student research assistants to collaborate on research activities on a faculty-led research project. These awards are designed to support student-faculty collaboration on a faculty member’s ongoing or proposed research project in the student’s major field of study. The funding for these awards goes to student research assistants and is up to $2,000 for a semester or $4,000 for a year.
Applications are due April 22. Details about each award are in the applications. If you have any questions about developing the concept or approach to your application, please contact email@example.com. If you have any questions about submitting the application itself, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join the Center Of Community Learning as they are hiring for 2022-2023 SJSU College Corps. Apply to join a a group of 100 undergraduate students of all majors and work with and mentor 3rd-6th grade students and teach them computer engineering. There is no programming experience necessary, they will train you!
- $7,000 Stipend that is given in monthly installments
- $3,000 Education Award upon completion of the program
- AB 540 students must submit CA DSIG Application by September 1 to become eligible for Education Award
Applications will be open until all the spots are full.
Check out more information here!
The Research Grant for Undergraduate, Credential and Graduate Students supports students, mentored by a faculty mentor, to conduct a student-initiated research project. These awards are designed to support student-faculty collaboration on an on-going or proposed research project related to the student’s major. The funding for these awards is $2,000 for a semester or $4,000 for an academic year for student researchers and $500 per semester for faculty mentors.
Applications are due April 22. Details about each award are in the applications. If you have any questions about developing the concept or approach to your application, please contact marcos.pizarro@sjsu.
We are so excited for our new Healthy Development Clinic! Read more about then on KRON4. Here is a small bit from the article:
“The idea of bringing a clinic of this type to the east side was led by three SJSU professors and clinical researchers: Associate Professor of Child and Adolescent Development Cara Maffini, Professor of Communicative Disorders and Sciences and speech-language pathologist Nidhi Mahendra, and Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology and clinical psychologist Matthew Capriotti.
According to Maffini, families living on the East Side can’t access the needed resources due to barriers such as money, transportation, and time to visit providers who support “healthy development,” such as available mental health professionals, physicians, and dentists.”
In partnership with the SJSU Ethnic Studies Residency Program and Overfelt High School, The Institute for Regnerative Futures cordially invites you to our inaugural End of the Year Celebration! Join us as on Wednesday, April 27th from 6-9 pm as we offer cutting-edge research presentations, the introduction of our new research fellows and the first Bay Area screening of The Children Could Fly documentary.
Tuesday, April 12 is the Late Spring Job & Internship Fair! Meet employers about their entry level career, internship, and summer opportunities.
Register on Handshake for the Late Spring ’22 Virtual Job & Internship Fair
Tuesday, April 12, 2022, 12:00pm-4:00pm.
Over 50 participating employers!
Abercrombie & Fitch, Alum Rock Union Elementary School District, Anritsu, California Department of Tax & Fee Administration, City of San Jose, E. & J. Gallo Winery, Enterprise, Galileo Learning, Gilead Sciences, Infineon Technologies, Techtronic Industries, Testarossa Winery, VA Palo Alto Health Care System, and many more!
Entry level career, and internship positions include: Account manager, brand representative, behavior technician, biologist, camp director, civil engineer, computer science instructor, digital marketing intern, events coordinator, financial advisor, interior design intern, management, marketing representative, nanny, park ranger, product marketing engineer, public relations intern, purchasing trainee, sales, school assistant, scientist, speech therapist, summer camp counselor, summer instructor, tax auditor, teaching, therapist, youth leadership, and many more!
Over 40% of participating employers have internship opportunities!
Registration is open! Check out the attached flyer for details and learn how to sign up for the sessions.
Want to learn how to get the most of your virtual fair experience? Check out this video by Handshake.
We hope you can join us at the virtual job and internship fair!
Our very own Lurie College Dean, Heather Lattimer is on KQED to talk about Teaching Tough Subjects!! We are so proud!
“When I was growing up, my father and I engaged in vigorous debates around the dinner table, often taking polar opposite positions on local and national issues. Sometimes those discussions led me to re-think my beliefs. Other times they reaffirmed them. Always they pushed me to learn and grow. And they strengthened the love and respect that my father and I felt for one another.”
SJSU Lurie College of Education undergraduate, graduate, credential, and doctoral students can enter your name for a chance to join Dean Heather Lattimer and a group of students for great conversation and a complimentary meal each semester during the academic year!
Attendees will be selected at random – none of your responses in the RSVP form will affect whether or not you’re selected, but they will help Dean Lattimer learn a little bit about you before the meal if you are selected.
Those who are selected to dine with the dean will receive an email notification approximately 1 week before each meal if once they’ve been randomly selected. Those who aren’t selected for a meal are still eligible to be selected for a future meal. Lurie College students are only eligible to enter their information once and attend at most one meal per academic year.
The next Spring 2022 Dine with the Dean event is scheduled to take place:
- Thursday, April 7, 12:00 – 1:30pm
Enter your name to dine with the dean here!
Join and learn about Creating an Inclusive Climate: Queering Our Classrooms and Our Campus on Friday, March 25th from 10am-12pm. This training will provide information about gender and sexuality, best practices for creating affirming and supportive classrooms and extracurricular spaces, and insight gained from surveys and interviews with SJSU students about their experiences on campus and in the classrooms. This will be hosted by Kyoung Mi Choi and Robert Marx along with SJSU students! Register here!