Supporting Research and Entrepreneurship at SJSU
The Division of Research and Innovation works with the entire campus to seek internal and external support for faculty and student research, scholarship and creative activity (RSCA), and institutional projects that support the educational and service mission of the university. Collaboration is sought across disciplines, departments, and community partners in preparing proposals to federal, state, and private agencies.
Research is a top priority at SJSU. The Office of Research offers faculty and students a wide variety of services to support their research, scholarship and creative activity (RSCA) while ensuring that research is conducted in accordance with the highest ethical and regulatory standards.
Innovation and industry collaboration go hand in hand. The Office of Innovation is focused on nurturing and growing a culture of innovation and entrepreneurship that will enhance the local, regional, and global impact of SJSU research.
The SJSU Research Foundation (RF) provides administrative and business support to the campus research enterprise. Under the RF umbrella, the Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP) provides pre- and post-award services and self-support program management services for SJSU’s sponsored programs and projects.
Faculty and Student Spotlight
Wildfire research at San José State University is about to move faster than ever before — and in partnership with key industry and government stakeholders — thanks to a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF).
Saritha Podali, ’22 MS Data Analytics, and Fengling Zhou, ’22 MS Data Analytics are part of a new partnership with San José State and the City of San José. They played a key role in gathering, interpreting and presenting data that can help the city provide resources to those who need it most.
Starting August 2 and lasting through the month, billboards throughout the city are featuring art installations created by Robin Lasser, professor of art at San José State, and her longtime collaborator and former student Adrienne Pao, ’05 MFA Photography.