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  • Finance | San Jose State University
    Training Finance One Washington Square San Jose CA 95192 0008 408 924 1558 financeconnect sjsu edu Located in Clark Hall 500 Also located in Clark Hall 500 Accounting Services Extended Zip 0042 Accounts Payable Extended Zip 0040 Contracts Purchasing Services Extended Zip 0047 Budget Risk Management Extended Zip 0004 Bursar s Office One Washington Square San Jose CA 95192 0138 408 924 1608 bursar sjsu edu Located in Student Services Center Distribution Services One Washington Square San Jose CA 95192 0001 408 924 1558 financeconnect sjsu edu Located in Corporation Yard site index Welcome The Finance Service Group consists of several key business operations Accounting Services Accounts Payable Bursar Controller Contracts and Purchasing Services Distribution Services FinanceConnect and Budget and Risk Management To learn more about each of these units please refer to Get to Know Us We ve developed this website with our customers in mind providing a one stop shop for you to find relevant information related to Finance Service Group guidelines and policies forms and detailed information on the services we provide to the campus If you have trouble finding the information you are looking for or need additional information or clarification please contact FinanceConnect Mission The mission of the Finance Service Group is to support the teaching and public service mission of the university by providing Exceptional customer service Accurate timely and responsive business services Sound financial management Innovative business solutions News Announcements SJSUOne Login for Campus Marketplace An exciting improvement is taking shape in Campus Marketplace Users will soon be able to log into the system using their SJSUOne ID FedEx Shipments to SJSU Distribution Services has experienced delays with the arrival of shipments to SJSU from some of our major carriers To resolve delays with FedEx Changes to the Mileage Reimbursement Rate Effective 1

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/finance/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Department of World Languages and Literature | San Jose State University
    Greensheets Subscribe to our Mailing List Department of World Languages Literatures Clark Hall 421 One Washington Square San Jose CA 95112 0091 Phone 408 924 4602 Email worldlanguagesandlit sjsu edu site index Start learning a language today The limits of my language mean the limits of my world Ludwig Witgenstein Celebrate 400 years of Don Quixote Join us for a literary celebration for the 400th anniversary of the publication of the second part of Don Quixote View the poster here SJSU is offering Assyrian FORL 96A in fall 2015 Learn how to register for Assyrian here First Semester Chinese French Japanese and Spanish now count towards Area C2 Click here for more info WLL Department Newsletter Summer 2015 Latest Edition Winter 2015 Summer 2014 Languages in the News Ten Reasons to be Bilingual The Benefits of a Bilingual Brain Mia Nacamulli 6 Reasons Why Everyone Should Learn Spanish according to Business Insider Please Note The Department of World Languages and Literatures does not hold a graduation ceremony in the Fall Our annual Graduation Ceremony and Celebration will take place on May 26 2016 and will be for Summer 2015 Fall 2015 and Spring 2016 graduates For more information please continue to check our website or contact us at worldlanguagesandlit sjsu edu Welcome The Department of World Languages Literatures at San José State University is a comprehensive full service foreign language department It offers challenging and rich programs of study in a variety of languages Chinese French German Greek Hebrew Italian Japanese Latin Persian Farsi Portuguese Spanish and Vietnamese Under the guidance of a highly qualified and dedicated faculty students may earn minors in Chinese French German Japanese Italian Spanish Portuguese and baccalaureate degrees in Chinese French German Japanese and Spanish They may also earn Master of Arts degrees in French

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/wll/ (2016-02-13)
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  • SJSU Forensics | San Jose State University
    construction started in order to celebrates the continuity of the past and present by showcasing artist self portraits of the past five hundred years Program Philosophy The forensics program exists to foster life long learning skills for competitors This activity should be an enjoyable learning experience If you win along the way that s great but our goal is learning We don t compete to win we compete to learn Earning Units Intramural Tournament Spring 2016 If you re a COMM 20 Public Speaking student use your informative and or persuasive speeches to compete in Platform Speaking for our end of the semester tournament Want to test your debating skills If you are a COMM 40 student we invite you to compete in Parliamentary Debate We ve also added a new event for COMM 21 students an Oral Interpretation competition Intercollegiate Competition We also field a traveling team that competes intercollegiately This involves weekend travel to tournaments throughout California the United States and occasionally the world China Portugal Canada Czech Republic Argentina Hungary Italy and Belgium so far Sign up for 191A 191B or 191C and earn a unit for every tournament that you attend For more information stop by one of our practice sessions Tues or Thurs 3 00 5 30 in HGH 219 or drop by our office HGH 214 Judging Too busy to travel Make a difference be a judge We offer COMM 91J Online Judge Training 1 unit credit no credit Learn to judge competitive speaking events COMM 191J Judging 1 unit credit no credit up to 3 units Online refresher and judge at the Intramural Tournament Forensics Updates Fall Intramural Tournament Winners Informative Speaking 34 competitors 1st place Jamila Ekukpe 2nd place Haregua Belay 3rd place Folasade Ogunbanwo Finalists Linda Nguyen Eric Haynes Raymond Lenh

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/forensics/ (2016-02-13)
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  • The Research Institute for Foster Youth Initiatives | San Jose State University
    of a critical need for research that increases the understanding of the relationship between child welfare practices and the educational and life outcomes for children and youth living in out of home care foster care groupd care relative care The RIFYI directly explores child welfare systems and practices and informs public policy makers and service providers in order to effect positive systems change What makes RIFYI a unique effort is

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/rifyi/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Gary J. Sbona Honors Program | San Jose State University
    from the Director News Events Thompson Global Internship Program Lucas College of Business Lucas College and Graduate School of Business Business Tower 950 One Washington Square San José CA 95192 0065 408 924 3400 site index The application deadline for Spring 2016 is Nov 23 There will be an information session for prospective students on Nov 2 5 30 6 30 in BBC032 The application form is available now A F Marketing only Gary J Sbona Honors Program is the Honors Practicum for the Lucas College of Business It was started in 2006 to best prepare our top students for the world of global work by providing them with an opportunity to get real on the job experience as part of their college curriculum In the best of alumni traditions Gary J Sbona a San Jose State College of Business Alum and successful businessman agreed to sponsor the program and has committed a substantial amount of money to support the program Student and Business Win Win Participating companies organizations get our best and brightest students to do much needed projects at no cost to them The program also provides firms with the opportunity to preview our best students for possible future employment Our Honors students also win In addition to having gained significant real world experience and enhanced employment opportunities they also are granted a waiver of the GMAT GRE requirement upon application for admission to the Lucas MBA programs Student Selection The selection process includes a review of academic transcripts resumes and a written essay and for those who qualify a face to face interview Students are evaluated for their academic results in key courses as well as prior work experience school activities and their ability to communicate both orally and in writing Projects Projects require students to apply

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/cob/sbonahonors/ (2016-02-13)
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  • GENERATE: First-Generation College Student Program | San Jose State University
    check below or join our email list to receive the latest updates First Generation Student Group Interested in meeting other first generation students Looking for a way to get better connected to campus Register here for our First Generation Student Group Navigate with GENERATE Join this opportunity to be personally connected to resources in the Spring First Generation Scholarship Donations are now being accepted for our 2015 2016 First Generation Scholarship Applications are now OPEN Apply NOW We Are First Network GENERATE is proud to announce the launch of the We Are First Network Formerly known as the I Relate Network this Network is a directory of SJSU faculty and staff that were first generation college students GENERATE The First Generation College Student Program is designed to support the success of first generation college students at San Jose State University Through a series of workshops events and resource materials GENERATE seeks to foster connection skill building and academic success for those who identify as first generation college students As of Fall 2014 the GENERATE Program was adopted by the MOSAIC Cross Cultural Center Come visit GENERATE in MOD A to find out more information about our center services and ways you can get involved Interested in joining the program Register here Register for our new event The First Connection here Who are First Generation College Students The term First Generation College Student is defined in different ways As identified in a recent article from the California State University s Chancellor s Office about half of CSU undergraduate students will be the first in their families to receive a four year degree These statistics are consistent with those of incoming students at San José State the first university established in the CSU system Achievement gaps persist between those who have parents

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/generate/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Geography | San Jose State University
    for more information Congratulations to graduate student Joel Clark for being featured in the Mercury News How San Jose Grew in a topsy turvy way Tuesday December 22 2015 Tuesday January 26 2016 Winter Recess Friday January 1 2016 Fall 2015 Grades due from faculty final deadline Monday January 4 2016 Winter 2016 first day of instruction Deadline to clear Fall 2014 Incomplete grades Spring 2016 Enrollment Cap increased to 18 units for Graduating Seniors with application on file by 10 1 15 Monday January 11 2016 Academic Standing viewable on MySJSU The Excess Unit Petition for Spring 2016 available on the Registrars Forms Page Monday January 18 2016 Dr Martin Luther King Day Campus Closed Friday January 22 2016 Winter 2016 Last Day of Instruction Monday January 26 2016 Winter 2016 Grades viewable on MySJSU Thursday January 28 2016 Spring 2016 first day of instruction Tuesday February 9 2016 Last Day to Drop Class without a W grade Tuesday February 16 2016 Last day to Add Last day to submit Audit option Last day to submit Credit No Credit grading option Last day to submit Instructor Drops Friday Sunday February 19 21 2016 GEOG 165 Death Valley Nation Park Field Trip Friday Sunday March 4 6 2016 GEOG 165 Channel Islands National Park Field Trip Monday March 28 Friday April 1 2016 Spring Recess No Classes Thursday March 31 2016 Cesar Chavez Day Campus Closed Friday Sunday April 22 24 2016 GEOG 165 Yosemite National Park Field Trip Tuesday April 26 2016 Last day to withdraw for Spring 2016 Withdrawal from the Semester Request on AARS website Friday April 30 2016 Deadline to apply for Graduation for Spring Summer 2017 Monday May 16 2016 Last day of instruction for Spring 2016 semester Wednesday Friday May 18 20 Monday Tuesday

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/geography/ (2016-02-13)
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  • SJSU Geology Department | San Jose State University
    Phone 408 924 5050 Fax 408 924 5053 Located in Duncan Hall 321 at 5th San Salvador Fall 2015 Office Hours M 8 30 3 00 T 10 00 4 00 W 8 30 2 00 Th 10 00 4 00 F 12 00 4 00 Hours may change Department Contact leslie blum sjsu edu Webmistress ginny smith sjsu edu site index Getting the Big Picture The Spring 2013 graduate Structural Geology class contemplates the folds of the Talc City Hills Photo by Joe Petsche Examining Rockfalls Students study the remains of a rockfall event in Yosemite National Park Photo by Joe Petsche Studying Structure Graduate students measuring the boudinaged folds of the Perdido Formation in the Darwin Hills Photo by Joe Petsche Exploring Caverns The Spring 2012 Geology Outdoors GEOL 28 class explores the caves of the Pinnacles Photo by Joe Petsche Compiling Field Maps Students compile maps and cross sections after extensive field work Photo by Ian Newman Geology is the science of the Earth and San José State University is optimally suited for the study of an extraordinarily broad spectrum of geological topics If you enjoy the sciences enjoy working outside or in a lab or with computers or if you plan to teach consider a career in geology The SJSU Department of Geology can help you obtain an undergraduate major or minor complete a Master s degree or simply satisfy an SJSU General Education requirement The Department of Geology provides educational opportunities for the diverse community of San José State University students through general education courses K 12 teacher training and professional development a rigorous integrated curriculum for majors pursuing Bachelor s degrees and graduate courses and research Courses in the major cover the broad field of geology to prepare students for work toward advanced degrees

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