Partnerships

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A. Our Corporate Partnerships
B. Our International Partnerships
C. Gary J Sbona Honors Program Partnerships
D. Salzburg Seminar Partnership
E. Study Abroad Partnerships


A. Our Corporate Partnerships

The Lucas College and Graduate School of Business are integral parts of Silicon Valley – contributing talent to the local industry while being enriched by the Valley’s energy and innovation. We are proud of the funding support we receive from our local companies, foundations and non-profit institutions.

Listed below are our partners, by funding level

Participating Companies

$150,000 and up

Advanced Micro Devices

Bank of the West

Bridge Bank

Hewlett-Packard Company

Lucas Trust Ventures

Microsoft Corporation

PricewaterhouseCoopers

Regent Pacific Management

Spansion

 

$40,000 to $149,999

Amdahl Corporation

Applied Materials

Arrow Electronics

Arthur Andersen

Bank of America

Barry Swenson Builder

Berger/Lewis Accountancy Corporation

Burr, Pilger & Mayer

California State Automobile Assoc.

Cisco Systems

Deloitte & Touche

Ernst & Young LLP

First America Automotive

Focus Bank

Grant Thornton

Heritage Bank

HNTB Corporation

IBM Corporation

KBM Workspace

Kohl's

KPMG Peat Marwick

LAM Research

Maxim Integrated Products

Metro A Trust Fund

Parsons Brinckerhoff Group

PG&E Corporation

Robinson's-May

San Francisco Foundation

San Jose Accounting Roundtable

Target Corporation

Tokyo Electron Limited

Walgreens

Wells Fargo & Company

Xynteo Ltd.

 

$10,000 to $39,999

3Com Corporation

Abbott, Stringham & Lynch

American Public Transportation Assoc.

Annex Ventures I

B.T. Mancini Co.

Bay Area Rapid Transit Dist.

BDO Seidman

Bechtel Corporation

Becker Professional Education

Bombardier Transportation

California Water Service Co.

Capsco Sales, Inc.

Carter Burgess

Ch2m Hill Companies, Ltd.

Chevron Corporation

Coates & Sowards

Coca-Cola Bottling Company

Comerica Bank Wealth & Inst.

Compton Foundation

Cypress Semiconductor

DMJM + Harris

Enterprise Rent-A-Car

Foundation for Global Community

Gillig Corporation

Granite Construction

Hatch Mott MacDonald

Integrated Device Tech

Intel Corporation

Joseph George Distributors

Kinkisharyo International

LTK Engineering Services

Metropolitan Life Insurance Company

Mohler, Nixon & Williams

National Heritage Foundation

New United Motor Manufacturing

Nike, Inc. & Affiliates

Nordstrom

Peninsula Bank of Commerce

Petrinovich Pugh & Company

Pico Design

QUALCOMM

Roger Philipp CPA Review

San Joaquin Regional Transit

San Jose State Business Alumni Association

San Mateo County Transit Dist.

Seagate

Sensiba San Filippo

Shapell Industries of Northern California

Shea Homes

Silicon Valley Bank

Silicon Valley Community Foundation

Silicon Valley Law Group

Synecta, Ltd

The Law Firm of Kallis and Associates

The Lemelson Foundation

TRW Incorporated

Union Bank of California

Union Pacific Foundation

United Way of Santa Clara County

University Electric Company

URS Corporation

Verizon Wireless



 B. Our International Partnerships

Our vision is to become a leading institution recognized for its excellence in global business education by providing global educational experiences for both our students and faculty. Thus, San Jose State University and the Lucas College and Graduate School of Business have developed academic partnerships with over 60 universities around the world.

Listed below are our academic partners, by country.

Argentina

University of Business and Social Science

Australia

RMIT University

Queensland University of Technology

Brazil

University of Itajuba

Brazil Business and Education Consortium Program

Canada

Universite Laval

China

City University of Hong Kong,

Tongji University

Shanghai University of Finance and Economics

Beijing Language and Culture University

Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications

Chongqing Technology and Business University

Hangzhou University of Commerce

Qingdao Univerisity

Renmin University

Shangdong College of Business

Costa Rica

Universidad Veritas

France

Toulouse Business School

Institute of Political Science

Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Lille

MICEFA (Universities of Paris)

EFREI

Academie De Dijon

L’Universite De Bourg

Germany

Hochschule Dramstadt

Leuphana Univeristy

India

Indian Institute of Management

Alliance Business School

Punjab Agricultural University

Vasavi Academy of Education

Ireland

University College of Dublin

Japan

Kwansei Gakuin

Okayama University

Yokohama National University

Hosei University

Kyushu University

Meiji University

Miyazaki International College

Reitaku University

Momoyama University

Osaka Institute of Technology

Newport Asia Pacific University

Tokushima University

Korea

Incheon Educational Training Institute

Keimyung University

Daegu University

Peru

Universidad ESAN

Pakistan

Sit Syed University of Engineering and Technology

Portugal

University of Porto

Spain

University of Burgos

Switzerland

Qurich University of Applied Sciences

Taiwan

Yuan Ze University

National Chi Nan University

STUT

Tatung University

Chung Yuan Christian University

Soochow University

Tunghai University

Tajen University

National Chiao Tung University

National Taipei University

Thailand

Chulalongkorn University

Ukraine 

Crimean University for the Humanities

United Kingdom

Roehampton University

University of Hertfordshire

University of Portsmouth

Nottingham Business School

The Nottingham Trent University

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C. Gary J Sbona Honors Program Partnerships

The Gary J. Sbona Honors Program prepares our top students for the business world by providing them with an opportunity to get practical, hands-on experience as part of their college curriculum. The Program was designed as a win-win opportunity in that participating companies get our top students to do much-needed projects at no cost to the company. We have now successfully performed over 260 projects for over 80 different businesses in Silicon Valley, with multiple projects at companies like Accenture, Cisco, Hewlett Packard, National Semiconductor and Target.

The Program completes about 30 projects per year. Listed below are the organizations that have participated in the Program.

Abbott, Stringham & Lynch

Accenture

Adobe Systems

Agilent

Applied Materials

ArcSight

Bausch & Lomb/Edventure Partners

BayBio (BioMed Consortium)

BEA

Blue Coat

Bridge Bank

Bring Light FDN

Burr, Philger, Mayer

Cal Pine

C-A-R (Comm outreach org)

Center For Edu & Training (CET)/Credit Union

CET

CIA/Edventure Partners

Cisco Systems (Several)

Cisco/Telepresence

City of San Jose

City of San Jose, City Arborist

City of San Jose, Enterprise Systems Dept.

City of San Jose, Parks, Rec and Neighborhood Services

CoB COBAN

Contoural

Creative Labs

Creative Labs 

Crown International

Deloitte

Electroglas

Environmental Software Provider (ESP)

Ernst & Young

FBI/Edventure Partners

Fdn for Global Community

Frank Rimerman

Guadalupe River Park Conservancy

Happy Hollow Park & Zoo

Heritage Bank

Hitachi GST 

Honda/Edventure Partners

HP

IBM

iFIT/Biomedical device startup

Intevac

Intuit

Kingdom of Morocco/Edventure Partners

KLA-Tencor

Knapp Water (start-up)

Kovio

Lam Research

Lisalani

Mattson

NASA

National Semiconductor

Pacific Coast Aeronauts

Pacific Crest

Perkin Elmer

Plug & Play Expo Center

Plugandplay

PLX

Power Beam/Startup market study

PricewaterhouseCoopers

Regent Pacific

Satellite Healthcare

Seagate

Seicoat

Seicoat/Andrade

SETI Institute

SETI Institute/Membership Marketing

SETI Institute/Radio Prog Marketing

SF 49ers'

Silicon Valley Bank

SJSU CoB & College of Engineering  (Zero emission vehicle)

SJSU University Advancement

Solartech

Subaru/Edventure Partners 

Sun Microsystems

Sustainable Bus. Inst.

Symantec

Synopsys

Tahiti Fete San Jose

Target

Tecan Systems

The Health Trust

The Tech

Verizon

Veterans2Work

Vivu

VNUS

VTA, Environmental Planning

Wallgreens

Yahoo!

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D. Salzburg Seminar Partnership

The Lucas College and Graduate School of Business sends at least 2 faculty/administrative members and at least 2 students to the Salzburg program each year. To find out more about the Salzburg Program please visit: http://salzburg.sjsu.edu/


E. Study Abroad partnerships

The Lucas College and Graduate School of Business sent many students to study abroad in Partner Business Schools in 15 different countries. To find out more about our study abroad program please visit http://www.sjsu.edu/cob/studyabroad/