Students at Work
San José State University's location in the Silicon Valley makes it an exceptionally
rewarding learning environment for students.
What is Spartan Squad?
Spartan Squad is the official student athletic booster program of San José State University
supporting SJSU athletics. Founded in the Fall of 2005 by Matthew Olivieri and Brad
Villeggiante, with support from Associated Students, the Squad increases SJSU pride,
unity and spirit throughout the student body.
Spartans Transform Construction Site into a Work of Art
An SJSU Art student painting a mural, located by the Student Union, in front of the
Art Building. Students have decided to paint the wall that was put up after construction
started in order to celebrates the continuity of the past and present by showcasing
artist self-portraits of the past five hundred years.
CARHS is proud to host the Spring Research Forum. Dr. Peter Lee (Social Work) and
Dr. Lili Luo (Library and Information Science) will be presenting on their interdisciplinary
project, "Social Workers in the Library." April 3, 2013, 2-3:15 PM in MH526; also
broadcast via WebEx. Email Amy D'Andrade (firstname.lastname@example.org) for an invitation.
Welcome to CASA CARHS!
The CASA Center for Applied Social Services Research (CARHS) provides research services
and supports for SJSU faculty interested in human services research. Use the navigation
links at the top of the page to learn more about each support.
Who is eligible to use CARHS services and supports?
All CASA faculty members are eligible for CARHS services and supports. Human services
scholars from outside CASA who are interested in CARHS services and supports need
to register as CARHS Affiliates. Use the "contact us" link to begin the process.
Read about the work of Assistant Professor in Justice Studies, Dr. Danielle Harris,
who studies desistence in sexual offending.