Four SJSU alumni contributed to a Science Magazine publication alongside Professor of Biological Sciences Katherine Wilkinson and 2021 Nobel Prize Winner Ardem Patapoutian.
A recent CSU report showed that 81% of all students systemwide received financial aid in 2021-2022.
San José State researchers from the Moss Landing Marine Laboratories have teamed with scientists from New Zealand to monitor how emperor penguins live and move, as well as what can be done to better protect them from environmental threats.
SJSU Police Chief Michael Carroll shares a campus message regarding the death of Tyre Nichols in Memphis, Tennessee.
San José State’s Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library is hosting a number of events in recognition of Black History Month.
The California State University (CSU) Board of Trustees approved San José State University’s efforts to explore redeveloping the Alfred E. Alquist state office building site in downtown San José.
The Africana, Asian American, Chicano, & Native American Studies Center, together with SJSU Associate Professor of Journalism Duane “Michael” Cheers, are kicking off a new exhibition honoring the legacy of Chuck Alexander, ’82 Management, and the Good Brothers House.
Associate Vice President of Health, Wellness and Student Services Catherine Voss Plaxton shares updates to SJSU health and wellness programs for spring 2023.
Sally Casanova Scholar Marlene Andrade and the Power of Culture and Community in Environmental Justice
Marlene Andrade, ’23 MA Chicana and Chicano Studies, received a 2022-2023 Sally Casanova Pre-Doctoral Scholarship to guide her through the PhD application process. She researches how communities of color, including Indigenous and Black populations, create and occupy sustainable spaces, and how they use these spaces to resist systemic racism.
Lourdes “Lou” Jiménez, ’23 Art History, is one of the lead tour guides involved in SJSU’s Public Art as Resistance project.
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