Home of the Applied Research Center
The College of Social Sciences Applied Research Center is located in room 100 of the
historic Central Classroom Building near Clark Hall on the San José State University
Anthropology Graduate Students in the Applied Research Center
Anthropology graduate students share research ideas before embarking on individual
Political Science Students in the Applied Research Center
Undergraduate students working together, in a quiet comfortable space.
CoSS Dean's Symposium Held in the ARC, Fall 2015
Faculty and students crowded to hear CoSS faculty present their RSCA findings.
Environmental Studies Students in the Applied Research Center
Students use the PCs available, working side by side on quantitative projects.
This site serves the RSCA needs of CoSS faculty, staff and students. “RSCA” is a general
term that refers to faculty research, scholarship and creative activity. Projects
considered “RSCA” vary by discipline, and across the different departments in CoSS.
The CoSS RSCA initiatives promote the following:
- Recognize and reward scholarly and creative activity of faculty and students
- Enrich the intellectual life of the SJSU community
- Showcase SJSU as an institution of scholarly excellence