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  • A Second Family When I Needed One Most | International House | San Jose State University
    and isolated that it was almost like suffocating My room was still a mess barely organized since my arrival It wasn t familiar and there was no sense of comfort anywhere within the four small walls The people I met in the corridors were still strangers who wanted to know about my day and about where I came from there was no way for me to tell them that a section of my home had just imploded Cradled up next to my large silver suitcase in the darkness of my wardrobe I tried to process exactly what it was that was happening and desperately waited for it all to go away Of course it didn t and there was little comfort I could find and no seemingly bright side to a hideous situation But my Godmother was a strong woman one of the reasons she hadn t told any of us exactly what was going on was because she didn t want us to put our lives on hold for her She knew rightly that had I known the news just a few days earlier I would have discarded my trip and gone to help her within a heartbeat But she also knew how long I had been wanting this and how much I had been craving an adventure just like the one I ended up embarking on And so being the kind and gracious woman that she was she let me go and allowed me the chance to take advantage of the incredibly amazing opportunity that lay before me When I received the news that she has passed away I was just about to leave for my second day of class I remember sombrely walking with tears strewn down my face onto campus with one of the girls who would later become one of my closest friends in the house But despite my inability to contain my emotions or to even walk in a straight line she didn t ask any questions of me No probing queries into my personal life or intrusions into whatever it was that was causing me pain She simply handed me a tissue in silence and then followed shortly after it with a whole packet And that s the reason that I am writing this article It isn t to focus on the pain of loss or even on the cold hard truth of life It s to emphasize how special the International House is and how the people housed within it helped me albeit mostly unknowingly get through one of the hardest things in my life The day after I first heard that initial news the RA s had organized a trip to Monterrey Bay Aquarium I was going with people I was still having the luxury of meeting and I knew that hiding away in my room simply wouldn t work if I honestly wanted to make the most of this experience So I bit my tongue pushed away all the pain

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/ihouse/alumni/testimonials/second_family/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • A Story to Tell | International House | San Jose State University
    sleep Her dad entered in the room Sarah told the dad daddy I cannot sleep could you tell me a story The dad sitted in the bed beside her and at the same time he was stroking her dark hair he asked her What kind of story would you like to listen Sarah answered tell me the most beautiful dream that you ever had The dad began I had this dream a long time ago but it is as vivid as yesterday because it was so beautiful I was living in a big house Sarah was listening with the eyes wide open There were people from all over the world It is difficult to imagine a house so big There were more than 70 people girls and guys There was a very big TV table tennis pool video games karaoke foosball and you were able to play anytime you wanted Any time asked Sarah The dad answered any time after finishing your homework and both smiled In this house you could hear different languages but all of them in harmony as a beautiful song How many languages dad Sarah asked As much that I cannot remember answer the dad Different cultures different colours of the skin different food habits and so on but only one feeling love and caring for each other If you were sick other people took care of you if your were sad someone was cheering you up and talking to you It is true that sometimes there were problems and discussion but that problems were always solved after a dialogue A lot of people ride bikes and use skates Once every month there is a big party and every Tuesday all the people are invited to come to the house It is so wonderful place If

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/ihouse/alumni/testimonials/story_to_tell/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • About Student Involvement | Student Involvement | San Jose State University
    System Student Org Directory Online Student Org Directory PDF Programs Resources Advisor Resources Celebrations Awards Signature Programs Services Student Organizations Toolkit SJSU Spartan Pride Finals Week Resources Student Success Academic Support Advising and Graduation Career Support Educational Opportunities Workshops Health and Wellness Leadership and Service SJSU Support Spartan Success Portal Online Workshops Leadership Development Administration Leadership Consultations Leadership Resource Library Meet the Team Staff Programs Services Engage Leadership Dialogues Leadership Today Spartan Success Portal UNVS 09E Leadership Change Associated Students Inc Associated Students A S SJSU Officer Advising Assignments Students Election Commission Frosh Orientation and Transition Administration Frosh Orientation Leader OL Recruitment Meet the Frosh Orientation Staff Parents Families Information for Parents Family Frosh Orientation Handouts for Parents Families Program Information Fall Welcome Days Frosh Orientation FAQ Incoming Students Handouts for Incoming Students Resources for Incoming Students Disability Accommodations SJSU Home Student Involvement About Student Involvement About Student Involvement MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Facebook Twitter Navigate BACK to Student Involvement Assessment Benefits of Involvement Forms Learning Outcomes Policies and Procedures Staff Directory About Student Involvement Fraternity and Sorority Life Student Organizations and Engagement SJSU Spartan Pride Student Success Leadership Development Orientation and Transition A S Student Government Elections Our Mission To engage students in learning and personal development by fostering connections within our diverse university community promoting campus citizenship and preparing students for current and future leadership roles Our Vision To transform student experiences into learning opportunities Contact Us If you have questions please contact us By email getinvolved sjsu edu By phone 408 924 5950 In person Suite 140 Clark Hall By mail Student Involvement One Washington Square San José State University San José CA 95192 0038 For More Information Review our Learning Goals and Outcomes Check out our Assessment Reports Learn about the Benefits of Involvement

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/getinvolved/about/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Assessment | Student Involvement | San Jose State University
    Success Portal UNVS 09E Leadership Change Associated Students Inc Associated Students A S SJSU Officer Advising Assignments Students Election Commission Frosh Orientation and Transition Administration Frosh Orientation Leader OL Recruitment Meet the Frosh Orientation Staff Parents Families Information for Parents Family Frosh Orientation Handouts for Parents Families Program Information Fall Welcome Days Frosh Orientation FAQ Incoming Students Handouts for Incoming Students Resources for Incoming Students Disability Accommodations SJSU Home Student Involvement About Student Involvement Assessment Assessment MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Facebook Twitter Navigate BACK to About Student Involvement Assessment Benefits of Involvement Forms Learning Outcomes Policies and Procedures Staff Directory is rich conversation about student learning informed by data Ted Marchese Welcome to Student Involvement s assessment reports page On this webpage you will find early annual and semester reports as well as Department Assessment Reports beginning with the 2008 09 academic year Additionally we are including copies of our Biennial Reports submitted to the Chancellor s Office beginning with 2006 and including their Promising Practices publications 2005 06 Academic Year 2005 06 Annual Report pdf 2006 EO 969 Bienniel Report to the Chancellor s Office Student Activities 2006 07 Academic Year 2006 07 Annual Report pdf 2007 08 Academic Year 2007 Fall Semester Report pdf 2008 EO 1006 Bienniel Report to the Chancellor s Office Student Activities pdf 2008 Chancellor s Office Promising Practices for Student Activities pdf 2008 09 Academic Year 2008 Fall Semester Report pdf 2008 09 Assessment Report docx 2009 10 Academic Year 2009 10 Assessment Report fraternity sorority life not included docx 2010 EO 1006 Bienniel Report to the Chancellor s Office Student Activities pdf 2010 Chancellor s Office Promising Practices for Student Activities pdf 2010 11 Academic Year 2010 11 Assessment Report docx 2011 12 Academic Year 2011 12 Assessment Report docx

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/getinvolved/about/assessment/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Student Involvement Forms | Student Involvement | San Jose State University
    OL Recruitment Meet the Frosh Orientation Staff Parents Families Information for Parents Family Frosh Orientation Handouts for Parents Families Program Information Fall Welcome Days Frosh Orientation FAQ Incoming Students Handouts for Incoming Students Resources for Incoming Students Disability Accommodations SJSU Home Student Involvement About Student Involvement Student Involvement Forms Student Involvement Forms MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Facebook Twitter Navigate BACK to About Student Involvement Assessment Benefits of Involvement Forms Learning Outcomes Policies and Procedures Staff Directory Fraternity and Sorority Life Forms General Forms Greek Chapter Officer Roster Form Spring 2015 Deadline December 11 2014 Fall 2015 Deadline May 14 2015 Mid Term Grade Checks PDF GREAT Sessions Fall 2014 GREAT Session Calendar Request to Host a GREAT Session Deadline At least 72 hours prior to the event Group GREAT Session Verification Form PDF Independent GREAT Session Verification Form PDF Spring 2015 Deadline Mid Term March 20 2015 Final May 1 2015 Fall 2015 Deadline Mid Term October 16 2015 Final December 4 2015 Recruitment Forms Intent to Participate in Recruitment Intake Activities Spring 2015 Deadline January 22 2015 Fall 2015 Deadline August 20 2015 Intent to Initiate Cross Deadline At least 72 hours prior to the first initiation crossing activity Initiation Crossing Report Form Deadline Within 72 hours of completing initiation activities Substance Free Recruitment Waiver Form Deadline At least 5 days before the event New Member Forms New Member List Acknowledgement PDF New Member Hazing Compliance Form PDF Chapter Hazing Compliance Form PDF Recognition Request Form PDF Spring Deadline February 13 2015 Fall 2015 Deadline September 11 2015 Termination of a New Member Deadline Within 72 hours of termination Active Roster Forms Active Member Return to Active Status Active Member Removal Inactivity Spring 2015 Deadline February 13 2015 Fall 2015 Deadline September 11 2015 Social Forms Social

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/getinvolved/about/Forms/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Learning Outcomes | Student Involvement | San Jose State University
    program learning outcomes Broad Integrative Knowledge Mastery in each step of an investigative creative or practical project i e brainstorming planning formulating hypotheses or complex questions designing creating completing and communicating An understanding of the implications of results or findings from a particular work in a societal context i e social or economic implications of a scientific finding Students graduating with a baccalaureate degree will have demonstrated an understanding of critical components of broad academic areas the arts humanities social sciences and sciences and their integration Intellectual Skills Fluency in the use of specific theories tools technology and graphical representation Skills and abilities necessary for life long learning critical and creative thinking effective communication conscientious information gathering and processing mastery of quantitative methodologies and the ability to engage effectively in collaborative activities Applied Knowledge The ability to integrate theory practice and problem solving to address practical issues The ability to apply their knowledge and skills to new settings or in addressing complex problems The ability to work productively as individuals and in groups Social and Global Responsibilities The ability to act intentionally and ethically to address a global or local problem in an informed manner with a multicultural and historical perspective and a clear understanding of societal and civic responsibilities Diverse and global perspectives through engagement with the multidimensional SJSU community Program Learning Outcomes PLO Student Involvement at San José State University offers programs and services that are designed to not only provide opportunities for educational advancement but to also apply what is learned To this end students will demonstrate mastery of the University Learning Goals and furthermore will think critically and practically commit to success and engage themselves as active members of society Involved students at San José State University will think critically and practically Students demonstrate self awareness

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/getinvolved/about/learningoutcomes/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Staff Directory | Student Involvement | San Jose State University
    Resource Library Meet the Team Staff Programs Services Engage Leadership Dialogues Leadership Today Spartan Success Portal UNVS 09E Leadership Change Associated Students Inc Associated Students A S SJSU Officer Advising Assignments Students Election Commission Frosh Orientation and Transition Administration Frosh Orientation Leader OL Recruitment Meet the Frosh Orientation Staff Parents Families Information for Parents Family Frosh Orientation Handouts for Parents Families Program Information Fall Welcome Days Frosh Orientation FAQ Incoming Students Handouts for Incoming Students Resources for Incoming Students Disability Accommodations SJSU Home Student Involvement About Student Involvement Staff Directory Staff Directory MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Facebook Twitter Navigate BACK to About Student Involvement Assessment Benefits of Involvement Forms Learning Outcomes Policies and Procedures Staff Directory DEMERRIS BROOKS Interim Director 408 924 5967 demerris brooks sjsu edu PRISCILLA MORENO Senior Operations Specialist 408 924 5952 priscilla moreno sjsu edu VANESSA SMITH Operations Coordinator 408 924 5950 vanessa smith sjsu edu VACANT Assistant Coordinator for Marketing and Communications 408 924 5958 YONGLIN CHEN Undergraduate Assistant Design Specialist 408 924 5966 yonglin chen sjsu edu MICHAEL CRUMP Associate Director 408 924 5957 michael crump sjsu edu GRACE HARRIETT Leadership Development Coordinator 408 924 5963 grace harriett sjsu edu EMERALD GREEN Student Engagement Coordinator 408 924 5961 emerald green sjsu edu ALEX RICHARDS Student Engagement Coordinator 408 924 5951 alex richards sjsu edu LORI SALAZAR Student Engagement Coordinator 408 924 5954 lori salazar sjsu edu JESSICA BETTENCOURT Assistant Coordinator for Student Engagement 408 924 5956 jessica bettencourt sjsu edu JORDAN CERVANTES Assistant Coordinator for Student Engagement 408 924 5955 jordan cervantes sjsu edu ROBERT DUPREE Assistant Coordinator for Student Engagement 408 924 5996 robert dupree sjsu edu GARY DANIELS Undergraduate Assistant Leadership Ambassador 408 924 6424 student leadership sjsu edu SAMANTHA NGUYEN Undergraduate Assistant Leadership Ambassador 408 924 6424 student leadership

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/getinvolved/about/staff/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Student Involvement Policies and Procedures | Student Involvement | San Jose State University
    Resources Celebrations Awards Signature Programs Services Student Organizations Toolkit SJSU Spartan Pride Finals Week Resources Student Success Academic Support Advising and Graduation Career Support Educational Opportunities Workshops Health and Wellness Leadership and Service SJSU Support Spartan Success Portal Online Workshops Leadership Development Administration Leadership Consultations Leadership Resource Library Meet the Team Staff Programs Services Engage Leadership Dialogues Leadership Today Spartan Success Portal UNVS 09E Leadership Change Associated Students Inc Associated Students A S SJSU Officer Advising Assignments Students Election Commission Frosh Orientation and Transition Administration Frosh Orientation Leader OL Recruitment Meet the Frosh Orientation Staff Parents Families Information for Parents Family Frosh Orientation Handouts for Parents Families Program Information Fall Welcome Days Frosh Orientation FAQ Incoming Students Handouts for Incoming Students Resources for Incoming Students Disability Accommodations SJSU Home Student Involvement About Student Involvement Student Involvement Policies and Procedures Student Involvement Policies and Procedures MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Facebook Twitter Navigate BACK to About Student Involvement Assessment Benefits of Involvement Forms Learning Outcomes Policies and Procedures Staff Directory Fraternity and Sorority Life Policies and Procedures Greek Management Manual PDF Council Management Manual PDF Fraternity Sorority Community Relationship Statement PDF Policies Procedures for all Student Organizations PDF Rule of Eight Regulations PDF Recognized Student Organization RSO Policies and Procedures Advertising PDF Alcohol PDF Blood Drives Fraternity Sorority Community Relationship Statement PDF Freedom of Speech and Artistic Expression PDF Greek Management Manual PDF On Campus Off Campus Banking PDF Replica Weapon Use During Cultural Performances Competitions etc APPROVAL FORM Replica Weapon Use During Cultural Performances Competitions etc POLICY PDF Sound Level at Events PDF Student Activities CSU Executive Order 1068 PDF Student Organization Code of Conduct PDF Student Organization On Campus Events PDF Student Rights Responsibilities PDF Time Place and Manner PDF Title IX Notice of Non Discrimination PDF University

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/getinvolved/about/Policies/index.html (2016-02-13)
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