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SJSU This Week October 22

SJSU THIS WEEK
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SJSU Showcases “Flipped Class”

What happens when engineering students watch videotaped lectures at home and then go to class to do their homework using materials produced by an MIT professor? Read on to learn about the ins and outs of this 21st century teaching strategy.

Photo Credit / Christina Olivas

MAJOR ANNOUNCEMENTS

Professor Emeritus Studies Deep-Sea Wonder

View a video of a brilliantly colored anglerfish found more than 7,000 feet below the ocean's surface off the Northern California coast.

King Library’s Academic Gateway

A celebration for SJSU authors and a "Day of the Dead 2012" exhibit are among the many topics covered in the library's latest newsletter.

SJSU Honors Author Isabel Allende

The world-renowned writer's bestsellers both entertain and educate readers by weaving intriguing stories with significant historical events.

SPARTAN PRIDE

Farmworker’s Daughter Initiates Minimum Wage Hike

“New Media Visionary” Speaks Oct. 23

“Little Princes” Author Visits Campus Oct. 25

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