In fall 2020, SJSU students had to adapt to learning, working and interning online.
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.
The heart of Coach Brennan’s coaching ethos? His players, regardless of position, years on the field or life beyond sports, play for and with each other.
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.
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 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.
Associate Professor of History Wendy Rouse explores the history of women in self-defense and its relationship to women’s rights.
For 100 years, San Jose’s canneries employed working-class families, women, and immigrants and inspired diverse communities to organize, advocate and use their voices.
SJSU’s Lurie College of Education is working to organize and present the best possible early childhood education research resources for teachers, parents and the greater Bay Area community.
Autonomous vehicles are the future. Are they safe? Assistant Professor of Aviation Francesca Favaro and her research team are assessing the risks and rewards of the next generation of transportation.
Lurie College of Education Dean Heather Lattimer’s new formula for preparing math teachers is transforming the careers of educators and increasing equity in classrooms.