Each year brings a new batch of college rankings — and each year San José State University consistently appears as a top university in the country. Over the past few weeks, SJSU placed in the top 40 of universities overall in the 2022 Times Higher Education (THE) 2022 Impact Rankings and ranked as 31st "Best College in America" by Money Magazine.
Harry Edwards, ’64 Social Science, ’16 Honorary Doctorate, chose SJSU as the backdrop for his upcoming Showtime film project as well as a short film, “The Stage,” that has been...
Icelandic President Guðni Th. Jóhannesson toured San José State with SJSU Interim President Steve Perez and faculty from the Kinesiology Department, where his late father studied in the 1960s.
The academic journeys of thousands of SJSU students will come to an exuberant and joyful conclusion at the end of the month, as 12 in-person commencement ceremonies take place in the Provident Credit Union Event Center, May 25–27.
Justise Wattree, ’23 Humanities, has always wanted to be a researcher, and his recent first-place finish at the 2022 California State University Research Competition solidified that on April 29–30. The competition showed him that his research has an impact.
SJSU Cares, the university’s program that provides basic needs resources and services to students, works closely with them to address their individual needs and circumstances — including emergency and transitional housing, food and financial assistance.
The CSU Board of Trustees has launched a nationwide search for the next president of SJSU. We welcome members of the campus and surrounding communities to participate in the search through a hybrid open forum, a feedback survey and other resources.
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English Lecturer Johnny Damm’s latest book was named one of the best graphic novels of 2021.
Associate Professor of History Wendy Rouse has published her third book. Her research explores the impact of women and children in United States during the Progressive Era.
Kathy Córdova, ’85 Social Science, is the executive director of Recovery Café San José, a nonprofit healing center for those traumatized by addiction, homelessness and mental health challenges, and she sees the power of transformation every day.