Lucas College and Graduate School Online MBA Program Ranks Top 50 Nationally, #2 Among Public Universities in California
The Lucas College and Graduate School of Business’ MBA program has earned national recognition by Poets&Quants as one of the top 50 online MBA rankings in the United States. It has also been ranked as #2 among public universities in CA.
Retired dentist Manuel Bettencourt, ’75 Biological Science, helped found the Portuguese Studies program in 1973.
Community Advocate Bob Brownstein Establishes Scholarship and Future Endowment to Support King Library
Bob Brownstein, ’94 MS Environmental Science, is giving back to the SJSU King Library, which he helped establish as a joint city-university library in 2003.
Artist and 2022 San José Creative Ambassador Ricardo Cortez, ’15 MFA Digital Art, shares insight into lowrider culture with his new children’s book, “Lowrider ABCs.”
San José State University and Throckmorton Partners announce a landmark partnership to significantly expand the university’s undergraduate housing inventory, embarking on the Bay Area’s largest post-pandemic conversion of a downtown commercial property to student residential housing. With the ability to house over 700 students, this project will transform what is currently the south tower of the San José Hilton Signia hotel complex into a thriving student community in the heart of downtown.
San José State University has recently partnered with the Bay Area Environmental Research Institute (BAERI) and California State University Monterey Bay (CSUMB) in a $117 million, five-year cooperative agreement with NASA.
San José State’s Summer Tech Academy is a new four-week program which will be held at SJSU for low-income, rising high school seniors, focusing on enrichment activities dedicated to various STEM topics.
The Bay Area’s new women’s professional soccer franchise, Bay FC, will be calling San José State University home, the team announced on November 14.
Rachel Berkowitz’s love for public health began as a high-schooler in South Florida, when she worked on a project that asked students to establish a hypothetical mobile tuberculosis unit in Miami.
SJSU faculty, school district and industry leaders have teamed up to create an AI workforce pipeline for South Bay students.
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