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.
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.
By understanding when and how land forms shift, fracture and change over time, Blisniuk gathers data that helps evaluate earthquake hazard.
News and updates from SJSU alumni.
Taddeo established a scholarship to support students pursuing computer science.
Karen Singmaster, chair of SJSU’s Chemistry Department, is the 2019-2020 recipient of the Distinguished Service award.
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.
William McGinnis, ’78 Biology, earned membership into the National Academy of Sciences in 2019.
Letters, emails, blog comments and social posts. Here’s what Spartans have to say.
SJSU alumni stay connected by sharing their latest news.
Kickbusch became the highest-ranking Hispanic woman in the Combat Field Support of the U.S. Army before launching Educational Achievement Services, Inc.
How do geologists measure seismicity and communicate earthquake risk to the communities that could one day be affected?