The culmination of alumna Cathy Busalacchi’s 30-year vision for healthy student spaces.
Director of SJSU’s Aspire and McNair Scholars Programs Maria Elena Cruz shares her experience pursuing a PhD and offers guidance on how to start a research career.
The heart of every good story is “the big why.”
Professor Stacy Gleixner thinks it’s society’s responsibility to fix this pipeline issue: “And that comes from both directions: girls dreaming that they can do this and parents and teachers supporting them. And CEOs making a climate that promotes diverse attitudes and visions.”
Learning an entrepreneurial mindset prepares students for work and life in Silicon Valley.
Michael Sera, ’86 Electrical Engineering, works to bridge cultures at the Japanese American Museum of San Jose.
San Jose State’s new “power suite” at the Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport showcases the stories of Spartans.
Alumna Yvonne Escalante’s philosophy as a craftswoman and SJSU Art and Art History lecturer helped to shape the meaning of the university’s new ceremonial mace.
San Jose State Chief Diversity Officer Kathy Wong(Lau) shares tips for creating an inclusive workplace culture.
Reading poetry can be an exercise in perspective taking, slowing down to see and listen to each word and how it interacts with its neighbors.
One of the biggest reasons that people fail to advance as leaders is the inability to develop or improve their emotional intelligence.
“Practitioners tend to over-give of themselves. The skills practiced in MBOT are an antidote for these imbalances.”
Working to improve our own health and that of our communities is a change we all can make.
Telling the stories of Spartans, remembering a grandmother’s sacrifice.
An interview with SJSU President Mary Papazian.
Alumna Maribel Martinez is manager of Santa Clara County’s new Office of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) Affairs.
Students in a sponsored class project develop improved kiosks, campus maps and signage that help everyone find their way around campus.
A lighthouse, a surprise discovery and SJSU’s place in history.
What is the source of your joy?
When you break down something you perceive as inviolable, you begin to see what it’s made of and you can begin to imagine how it might take on a new shape and purpose.
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