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Tagged: social sciences
Publications from alumni and faculty authors.
Cultural anthropologist Jan English-Lueck is a leading expert on one of the most unique habitats and tribes in the world—Silicon Valley and the people who live and work here.
When History Professor Jonathan Roth sees something he doesn’t agree with, he tries to change it.
Here’s what Washington Square readers have to say.
It took courage, commitment and focus on a bigger picture to take a stand for civil rights and to demand equal treatment.
Noel understood that challenging the racial, economic and political status quo under the glow of an international spotlight came with great risk.
EOP at San Jose State originated alongside the Olympic Project for Human Rights and the growing Chicano movement.
How do movements such as #MeToo, #NeverAgain, #BlackLivesMatter and #TimesUp gain traction? SJSU professors and experts weigh in.
Paul Thiebaut III, ’09 Economics, is the founder of 10 Books a Home (10BH), a nonprofit tutoring service for nearly 200 low-income families in the Ravenswood City School District.
“Healthcare is complicated. It’s important to learn about and understand healthcare before you need it.”
“There is an undocumented student community out there that could definitely benefit from a lot of the services I obtained.”
“Judy and I traveled a lot together. Now there’s going to be a nursing scholarship in our name that keeps the spirit of service alive.”
San Jose State history lecturers Laura Guardino, ’03 MA Social Science, Robert Cirivilleri, ’86 BS, ’00 MA, Social Science, and Katherine Chilton challenge students to examine American history through a multicultural lens in History 15A: The Essentials of U.S. History.
Publications from SJSU faculty and alumni authors.
Washington Square welcomes letters to the editor. Here’s what our readers have to say.
“To contribute positively to someone’s life in the classroom and beyond is very meaningful.”
Alumna Diane Solomon donated a political button collection that shows what united and divided an era.