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  • BFA Animation/Illustration Program | Department of Design | San Jose State University
    Department of Design Design Programs BFA Animation Illustration Program BFA Animation Illustration Program MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Navigate BACK to Design Programs Discovering Animation Illustration Degrees and Forms Faculty Internships Corporate Sponsorships Global Partners Alumni Clubs News Internship The San José State University Animation Illustration program is consistently ranked as one of the premier university programs in the nation Originally conceived to give local students a chance to

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/design/design_programs/ai_design_program/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Thank You to Our Donors | San Jose State University
    a memorial scholarship for outstanding political science majors Thank You Every fall San Jose State and the Tower Foundation publish a donor honor roll to say thank you to the people who generously donated to the university during the previous fiscal year What San Jose State accomplishes each year with these gifts is immense and we are thankful in equal measure for the generosity of San Jose State s alumni donors and business partners We are achieving great things and it s thanks to you Donor Honor Roll 2013 2014 The donor recognition societies listed below celebrate alumni parents and friends for their personal commitment to the university The individuals and organizations listed in these societies all supported San Jose State between July 1 2013 and June 30 2014 Thank you to everyone who gave to San Jose State The President s Club Lifetime giving of 150 000 and above The Tower Society Loyal and committed annual giving of 1 000 and above The Dean s Circle Annual giving of 1 000 or more to a dean s discretionary fund The Gateway Club Annual giving up to 999 Heritage Society Honors those who have included SJSU in their estate planning

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/annualreport/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Department of Anthropology | San Jose State University
    of a 19th century lumber mill at Nisene Marks State Park Santa Cruz County To get involved contact Professor Meniketti Ana Pitchon Assistant Professor Ana Pitchon the newest member of our department interviews a commercial groundfish fisherman in Morro Bay California She interviewed this fisherman as part of a project on building a sustainable regional economy Learn more about Dr Pitchon s work here Kristin Keller M A Anthropology Congratulations to Kristin Keller a graduate of our Master s Program in Applied Anthropology She s featured in a podcast series launched by the National Association for the Practice of Anthropology that explores what happens to anthropology graduates when they step into the real world A J Faas Assistant Professor A J Faas interviewing an elder in the village of Shamanga in the Andean highlands of Ecuador about the role of cooperative labor groups mingas in the years before the volcano Mt Tungurahua devastated the region Learn more about A J Faas Chris Keith M A Applied Anthropology Congratulations to Chris Keith for being selected as one of the recipients of the University s 2014 2015 Outstanding Thesis Award Read Chris Keith s thesis here Roberto Gonzalez Department Chair Charlotte Sunseri Graduate Coordinator A Message from the Department Chair Welcome to the SJSU Department of Anthropology Our department offers many options for students seeking a unique educational experience The skills and knowledge that we provide are in high demand in Silicon Valley and beyond We are committed to preparing our students for exciting careers in public private and non profit organizations We also provide students with one on one academic advising We offer undergraduate degrees in Anthropology Behavioral Science and Organizational Studies Our department emphasizes skills including ethnographic interviewing data analysis and critical thinking We are dedicated to helping students improve

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/anthropology/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Applied Research Center | San Jose State University
    Applied Research Center College of Social Sciences San Jose State University One Washington Square San Jose CA 95192 0107 CCB 100 near Clark Hall 408 924 6993 socsci research sjsu edu To keep abreast of information about RSCA opportunities go to the SJSU CoSS RSCA Google Group and apply for membership site index Home of the Applied Research Center The College of Social Sciences Applied Research Center is located in room 100 of the historic Central Classroom Building near Clark Hall on the San José State University campus Anthropology Graduate Students in the Applied Research Center Anthropology graduate students share research ideas before embarking on individual projects Political Science Students in the Applied Research Center Undergraduate students working together in a quiet comfortable space CoSS Dean s Symposium Held in the ARC Fall 2015 Faculty and students crowded to hear CoSS faculty present their RSCA findings Environmental Studies Students in the Applied Research Center Students use the PCs available working side by side on quantitative projects This site serves the RSCA needs of CoSS faculty staff and students RSCA is a general term that refers to faculty research scholarship and creative activity Projects considered RSCA vary by discipline and across

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/arc/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Department of Art and Art History | San Jose State University
    Library News SJSU Home Department of Art and Art History MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Facebook YouTube Quick Links Upcoming Events Natalie and James Thompson Art Gallery Lectures Department Office Art Building 116 Phone 408 924 4320 Fax 408 924 4326 art sjsu edu Dept of Art Art History San José State University One Washington Square San José CA 95192 0089 site index Natalie And James Thompson Gallery Presents Goya s War Francisco de Goa amassed his secret collection of 80 aquatint etchings that stand as a sobering testament to the ravages of war on display at the Natalie and James Thompson Gallery Natalie And James Thompson Gallery Presents Now What Exhibition November 17 December 11 2015 in the Natalie and James Thompson Art Gallery Welcome to the School of Art and Art History The Department founded in 1911 offers BA BFA MA and MFA degrees and is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design NASAD What we offer to prospective students award winning faculty and outstanding technical and administrative staff a best in the west combination of facilities for making exhibiting and researching art across many media commitment to creative and critical thinking opportunities

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/art/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Asian Studies | San Jose State University
    index Welcome Asian Studies at San Jose State University is explored by various centers and programs A Center for Asian Studies was founded in 1974 in order to further the development of opportunities to study Asia South Central Southeast and East at San Jose State University Soon afterwards an Asian Studies Minor Program was established At this same time SJSU developed a federally funded media service the East Asian Regional

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/asianstudies/ (2016-02-13)
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  • ASPIRE Program | San Jose State University
    Office 408 924 2540 Fax 408 924 2634 Office Hours M F 9 00am 5 00pm site index Main Program Advising Activities First Year Experience Beyond The Baccalaureate Planning Applications Eligibility Requirements Meet the Staff Quick Links Scholarship Search Career Center NorCal WESTOP WESTOP Council for Opportunity in Education ASPIRE Academic Support Program for Increased Retention in Education is a project funded by the U S Department of Education Known by the Department as Student Support Services ASPIRE along with other TRIO Programs was originally funded as an outgrowth of civil rights legislation during the 1960 s The goal of ASPIRE is to increase retention and graduation rates of our participants We do this by providing opportunities for academic development assistance students with basic college requirements and motivating students toward the successful completion of their postsecondary education Under federal guidelines students qualify for ASPIRE if they are low income first generation in college neither parent has a degree from an accredited four year U S college or university or registered with a disability hindering academic performance Download Our Brochure SJSU Links and Resources Information for Alumni Current Students Donors Faculty Staff Future Students Researchers Colleges Applied Sciences Arts Business Education

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/aspire/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Program Assessment | Undergraduate Studies | San Jose State University
    Annual Assessment Form 2014 15 6 min video Access IEA data needed for Part B Assessment reports are due on June 1 of each academic year and should be emailed to academicassessment sjsu edu Scope of Assessment The annual assessment report should cover a deliberate subset of the following areas of program assessment soundness of program learning objectives student achievement of program learning objectives student preparedness upon graduation and department operations as well as action items from the latest program planning cycle Ideally an assessment schedule that cycles through all areas of program review is developed and followed Example of assessment schedule Program Learning Objectives Outcomes PLOs PLOs articulate the learning that should be achieved by the graduates of the program For help authoring or updating them please refer to guidelines for preparing Student Learning Outcomes or Suggestions for PLOs PLO example MPH PLOs should be mapped to the University Learning Goals ULGs Senate Policy S13 2 In addition courses in the program should be mapped to the PLOs PLO ULG example MPH PLO ULG example BSME Course PLO example BSME Student Experience Students in the program should be aware of and be knowledgeable of the PLOs Suggestions include posting them on your website listing them on your syllabi or presenting discussing them in an appropriate required course s As we collect best practices in this area some examples of emerging efforts are listed below PLO Assessment description on website MARA PLO Assessment description on website MLIS Presentation in required class ChemE PLO Listing on greensheets Kin PLO Listing on website UrbP Assessing PLOs PLOs should be assessed using direct assessment methods which will vary depending on the nature of the information sought and program being assessed While the exact methods used are for the program faculty to decide some suggestions and ideas are listed in Suggestions for Assessing PLOs Assessing Graduates If your program assessment requires feedback from alumni employer and or an advisory board a survey could be administered Please contact the IEA office for assistance in administering surveys Sample alumni survey OT Sample alumni survey ENG Sample employer survey OT Sample employer survey ENG Assessing Department Operations Indirect measures of student success such as graduation and retention rates enrollment and student to faculty ratio can be downloaded from the IEA website This data can used to address questions regarding the demand for a program the efficiency in which students progress towards a degree and other programs served A student exit survey is also appropriate here to get feedback on student experience and various areas of department operations Closing the Loop Closing the loop on assessment refers to deliberate actions taken to improve and evaluate program improvements or to an affirmation that a practice course or program is effective The action plan from the previous program planning review should be addressed here in addition to other areas requested by the annual assessment template or those that may be revealed during the annual assessment process Propose a change to

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/ugs/faculty/programs/ (2016-02-13)
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