In fall 2020, SJSU students had to adapt to learning, working and interning online.
Author: John P. Deever
All over San José State this fall, university educators were dreaming up remote teaching innovations.
Scientists worldwide are rethinking theories about how galaxies form, thanks to new research by a San José State professor and his international team.
Once a first-generation college student, and now an acclaimed SJSU teacher and scholar, Mary Poffenroth is dedicated to making science accessible to all.
Assistant Professor Adam Shiverdecker is teaching pottery wheel techniques to intermediate and advanced ceramics students.
COVID-19 or no, Higgins would demonstrate sterile trach care to her nursing students—hands on, the only way she could.
Actors in the Zoom era are pursuing their art when no one is allowed in the seats.
Physics Department Chair Monika Kress says teaching science during a pandemic meant respecting what science can determine when it comes to health and safety precautions.
The Spartan Marching Band and Color Guard wasn’t permitted to hit the field this fall—but they’re still performing instead of giving up and disbanding.
Through interdisciplinary mentoring, both formal and informal, faculty members have turned to each other for a helping hand during the shift to remote teaching and learning.
Co-owner of 4th Street Pizza Co. Josh McGhie, ’99 Marketing, started at San José State as a toddler.
Forty years after Steve Scott set foot on campus at 17, he finally vowed to finish his degree.