On December 15 and 16, San José State University will will welcome the families, friends and supporters of nearly 5,000 Spartans for fall commencement ceremonies. Graduates will cross “complete my degree at the #1 Most Transformative University” off their Spartan bucket lists having persevered through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mohammad Fadzrill Aliff Bin Fadzhairi, ’22 Engineering Technology, Manufacturing Systems, and Jeet Parekh, ’23 Data Analytics, organized the first student World Cup watch parties for this year’s historic event.
Grammy-winning composer and jazz musician Aaron Lington shares insight on SJSU’s Black Cab Jazz series.
The SJSU School of Journalism and Mass Communications has awarded Brad Schreiber the 2022 William Randolph Hearst Award for Outstanding Service in Professional Journalism from the Hearst Journalism Awards Program.
SJSU’s new president Dr. Cynthia Teniente-Matson will begin her tenure at SJSU on January 16, 2023. She is the first Latina and fourth woman to serve in the role since its founding in 1857.
The Spartan East Side Promise program provides college preparation support for students on San José’s East Side. Applications for the 2023-2024 year close Nov. 30.
SJSU Cares addresses the basic needs of students on SJSU’s campus, providing resources and services for those facing financial crises. Ahead of the 2nd annual Share Your Spartan Heart campaign, we dive into ways to help SJSU Cares.
Aviation student Cody Coltin Goodwin recently received a $10K scholarship that will help him realize his dream to one day fly medical evacuation aircrafts for the Navajo Nation.
Spartan Film Studios is producing “Nisei,” a short film about Japanese American soldiers in World War II, written and directed by Darren Haruo Rae, ’13 Radio-Television-Film.
Journalism Professor Richard Craig recently won the College Media Association’s national Distinguished Advisor Award for his work with the Spartan Daily student newspaper.
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