San José State University will celebrate Dr. Cynthia Teniente-Matson as the 31st president of the university during a week-long celebration, culminating with the investiture ceremony on Thursday, Feb. 22 at the Hammer Theater Center.
Day of Remembrance Recognizes the Impact of the Incarceration of Japanese Americans During World War II
On Feb. 19, San José State observed a Day of Remembrance to honor the memories of the more than 120,000 people of Japanese descent who were unlawfully incarcerated during World War II.
Spartan Leaders United: Meet Three SJSU Alumnae Who Served as Regional Directors for Their Sororities
Three Spartans — Carol R. Dixon, Michelle Aldridge, and Natalie Brannon — have all been named Regional Director of their respective “Divine 9” sororities, a group of nine historically Black Greek organizations established in the early 20th century.
As part of a collaborative effort with Cal State San Bernardino and Fresno State, San José State University hopes to increase the number of skilled cybersecurity workers for the future by promoting cybersecurity education programs.
During the Share Your Spartan Heart giving campaign, more than $1.8 million was raised, marking the first time that an annual Day of Giving raised over $1 million among all California State University campuses. The amount is a 411% increase from SJSU’s last Day of Giving in November 2022.
The south tower of the Signia by Hilton San Jose complex will soon be transformed into a unique new housing option for over 700 students.
Eleni Duret, assistant professor of humanities in the liberal studies teacher preparation program, believes in transforming classrooms into spaces that allow students to seek comfort in their own identities, especially with teachers who may not look like them.
Clients from SJSU’s Record Clearance Project are exhibiting their artwork this month at the DiNapoli Gallery in the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library.
The SJSU Office of Innovation recently received a $300,000 grant from the Economic Development Administration as part of its ongoing effort to get more diverse voices into every level of entrepreneurship.
Assistant Professor of Ethnomusicology José Torres-Ramos challenges the perception that music is a universal language.
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