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What Does It Mean to Be the Most Transformative University in the Nation?

It means discovering what you’re capable of. It means finding out who you are. It means understanding how you can change the world. We believe that everyone at SJSU has the power to transform not only themselves but the world around them. Every Spartan has a story of transformation. Live yours.

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Transformation and Impact

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Our Impact, Amplified

CommUniverCity students assisting local kids.

Investment in Community

CommUniverCity is a unique partnership between underserved communities in central San José, SJSU, and the City of San José, where SJSU students and faculty join local residents to build community through service-learning projects that address education, community health and improvements to the neighborhood.

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Transforming Wildfire Research

SJSU’s Wildfire Interdisciplinary Research Center (WIRC) is the nation’s largest wildfire research center and the leading institution for wildfire research and management in California. Craig Clements, Director of the Fire Weather Research Laboratory, pioneered research utilizing special instruments to measure wind turbulence during a fire.

Moss Landing Labs researchers chatting by the sea.

Restoring Marine Habitat

A team of researchers from SJSU’s Moss Landing Marine Labs School of Marine Science, Elkhorn Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve, and California Sea Grant successfully restored native Olympia oysters in California through aquaculture, doubling the oyster population in Elkhorn Slough in just two years.

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Economic and Social Impact Report

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