Working in this new environment—primarily a digital one—has forced us to rethink the way we serve our diverse student population and equip students to be leaders and global citizens.
Washington Square: The Stories of San Jose State University
Renae Moneymaker shares her path from SJSU gymnastics to Hollywood.
Co-owner of 4th Street Pizza Co. Josh McGhie, ’99 Marketing, started at San José State as a toddler.
As chair of the Film and Theatre Department Elisha Miranda is creating a safe space so students can take direct action through creative storytelling.
Washington Square shares some of the ways Spartans and Spartans at heart have honored this special graduating class.
By understanding when and how land forms shift, fracture and change over time, Blisniuk gathers data that helps evaluate earthquake hazard.
Yuan says Silicon Valley is a fascinating place to study, given that 40 percent of people in San José are not born in the U.S.
Meta Mereday works to increase access and opportunities for veteran entrepreneurs.
The hip-hop artist and DJ says his business degree from San José State gave him the tools to live his dream.
The Farewell to Manzanar author credits the civil rights movement for creating opportunities for people of color to share their experiences, voice their frustration and force the nation to confront racial inequality.
Washington Square presents a photo gallery showing some of the ways we in the San José State community continue to learn from each other. Please use the “i” icon in the tool bar to view photo captions.
Forty years after Steve Scott set foot on campus at 17, he finally vowed to finish his degree.