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 Accidental Geographer: A Podcast with Vincent Del Casino, SJSU Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs
For the fall 2020 semester, Associate Professor of Journalism Michael Cheers devised a unique teaching plan for his digital photography class.
Once a first-generation college student, and now an acclaimed SJSU teacher and scholar, Mary Poffenroth is dedicated to making science accessible to all.
Washington Square remembers Spartans who have passed away.
Journalism and Mass Communications Professor Scott Fosdick shares his love for Thanksgiving with international students.
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.
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.
Publications by alumni and faculty authors.
Honoring Spartans who have passed away.
Associate Professor of History Wendy Rouse explores the history of women in self-defense and its relationship to women’s rights.
Mary Calegari has studied the relationship between one’s ethnic background and the ability to succeed in accounting.