Students in EDSE 124 include undergraduate juniors and seniors from a variety of disciplines. About 30-50% of students are Math ITEP students. Other concentrations include but are not limited to Special Education minors, Communication Disorders, Child Adolescent Development, and Music Education.
This semester, students are working on a Social Justice Lesson Plan, in which they are attentive to the needs of emergent bilingual students, students with disabilities, and lessons that center on taking social action.
We hope you can join us on Wednesday, November 30 – 7:30pm-9:30pm, located at SH230.
There will be refreshments available and a brief survey at the end.
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!
On Thursday, December 15, at 6:30 pm, San José State University will celebrate the achievements of the Lurie College, College of Humanities and the Arts, and College of Professional and Global Education Fall Classes of 2022 at the Provident Credit Union Event Center.
Ceremony schedule and details are posted on the commencementwebsite.
The website is updated with information as it becomes available, so please regularly check the website for the latest information.
Graduating this Fall 22? Be sure to stay up-to-date with all things commencement by checking out the SJSU Commencement link below.
Registration is officially open to all eligible Summer 2022 and Fall 2022 graduates.
Eligible students receive a registration email to their “Preferred Email Address” on file with the University, with a unique registration link for their ceremony.
Transforming Communities: A Movement to Racial Justice, it is an annual event here at SJSU designed to foster connection with the broader San Jose community and change throughout our community towards a more racially just, and equitable campus, city, and county.
Submit an idea for a talk, lecture, workshop, entertainment/arts event, panel discussion, or any other idea for the Transforming Communities: A Movement to Racial Justice event here at SJSU. The event welcomes programs in-person, virtual, and in multiple formats that highlight various topics that address the multi-faceted aspects of racial justice and equity. This event offers you a really unique opportunity to connect research, teaching, and service all towards the goal of making our campus more just and equitable. We encourage creative proposals! Please consider submitting your work to this event and if you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to email@example.com
SJSU Career Center has organized a series of webinars to help students with Career Apps such as Handshake, Focus2, SJSU², etc.
The webinar on 18th October 2022 will focus on using SJSU² to find a mentor. Career counselors will conduct a 15-minute presentation on the Career Center App featured for the day and host a 15-minute Q&A right after. RSVP on SJSU Handshake to get the Zoom Link. If you need accommodations in order to attend this virtual workshop, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org at least 48 hours in advance.
Homecoming brings together current students, faculty, and staff and welcomes alumni back to campus in celebration of Spartan Pride at San José State University. Over the years, Homecoming has become an annual tradition encompassing a week of fun-filled events all aimed at showcasing school spirit.
Be sure to bring your SJSU Tower ID and SJSU Sammy App on your phone to every event.
Visit the Homecoming website for more information.
The Office of Student Involvement is excited to inform you of the Fall 2022 program offerings from the Leadership Development team. All of the programs are open to currently enrolled SJSU students and no formal leadership experience is required to participate.
A few notes to highlight:
Applications for the Emerging Leaders Program are due before/by Monday, September 19, 2022.
Students can also nominate students to be a part of the National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS) chapter at SJSU are due before/by Monday, September 19, 2022.
The Lurie College of Education Student Success Center (SSC) is looking for a part-time student assistant to help provide general operations support to the SSC. We are looking for a student who can commit to work around 15-16 hours/week between the hours of 10am-12; 1-2pm (until 3pm on Mondays). Students should be *work study* recipients. Both undergraduate and graduate students can apply.
Interested students should send a resume to Francesca Teixeira, Interim Lurie SSC Lead, email@example.com
Below is an overview of tasks the student assistant would help with:
Greeting students and referring them to other campus offices and resources as needed
Managing and supporting the Lurie SSC SM accounts
Creating SM posts
SSC Newsletters will be diverted to social media post campaigns
Checking inventory for PPE and office supplies
Replenishing snacks & managing snack inventory
Managing Lurie SSC email sending general replies and forwarding complex emails to advisors
Answering main Lurie SSC line, checking voicemails
Helping with SSC events & workshops
Supporting SSC live online chat (possible)
Basic website editing (possible)
Please Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Welcome to the Fall 2022 semester at SJSU’s Lurie College of Education. We are so excited to be back on campus this fall and very much look forward to connecting with you in person. Our faculty, staff, and student leaders have been working hard to prepare engaging and meaningful experiences that are designed to support you on your educational journey this fall.
Watch the video to find clues to some FREE SWAG located in the Lurie Building! The Hunt begins on Tuesday the 30th of August. Be sure to follow us on Instagram @sjsulurie to locate more FREE swag and to share your journey with us!
The Education Trust-West is excited to share that their application for the FIERCE Student Fellowship is now open! Ed Trust-West seeks eight students of color for the inaugural cohort of FIERCE Fellows for the 2022-2023 academic year.
The fellowship is a leadership opportunity for undergraduate community college and university students attending California public institutions. Fellows will build their leadership and advocacy skills to push for educational equity in their communities, particularly related to how state and federal COVID recovery funds are being used in California to pursue educational justice.
During their cohort year, students in FIERCE will attend bimonthly convenings that will feature advocacy training and issue briefings on various pressing issues in education policy led by professionals, researchers, and advocates in the field. All fellows will receive $2,500 in stipends for their participation. Click here for more information about the fellowship.
We encourage students with varying levels of advocacy experience to apply. The priority deadline for interested applicants is Wednesday, September 21, 2022. Please share with your network and any student who might benefit from this opportunity! If you have any questions about the FIERCE Student Fellowship, please contact Clara Medina at email@example.com.
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.