Stories of Transformation
As chair of SJSU’s Department of Film and Theatre, Miranda is creating a safe space for students to take direct action through creative storytelling.
The anonymous gift will create three $1 million endowments to provide full tuition to eligible students majoring in management information systems (MIS), computer science and computer engineering.
In a step forward toward recruiting more Black talent, companies including Facebook, Apple and Salesforce were represented at this tech-industry career fair.
This first-of-its-kind-facility is laser-focused on the growing threat posed by wildfires fueled in part by global warming.
At NASA Ames in Mountain View, SJSU adjunct professor and alumnae Ali Guarneros-Luna is developing small satellite technology for missions to the moon and Mars.
Ferreras is the fourth Steinbeck Fellow and seventh Spartan to receive this award.
SJSU has the largest training program in California in number of hospital affiliates, many of which serve rural populations.
Koret is funding programs at SJSU that can spark new thinking, facilitate partnerships, and contribute to student success.
A champion of underground music, Manak is living his dream as a hip-hop DJ.
A class project on cannabis criminal record clearance generated real impact for thousands in the San José community.
Forty years after Steve Scott set foot on campus at 17, he finally vowed to finish his degree.
Salazar’s art has transformed nearly every block in downtown San José and will use the funding to create affordable workspaces for our creative community.