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  • Contact | College of Applied Sciences and Arts | San Jose State University
    Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Pinterest YouTube RSS Navigate BACK to International Experience an error occurred while processing this directive Faculty Led Programs Photo Gallery Testimonials Scholarships Upcoming Events Frequently Asked Questions Contact CASA International Experience Program Email casa internationalexperience sjsu edu Phone 408 924 3352 Location Dean s Office the College of Applied Sciences and Arts MQH 431 We are on social media Connect with us

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/casa/international-experience/contact/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Computer Labs | College of Applied Sciences and Arts | San Jose State University
    Led Programs Photo Gallery Testimonials Scholarships Upcoming Events Frequently Asked Questions Contact SJSU Home College of Applied Sciences and Arts Computer Labs Computer Labs MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Pinterest YouTube RSS Navigate BACK to College of Applied Sciences and Arts MH321 Computer Lab MH332 Computer Lab Lab Locations Lab Policies Lab Rules About Us Departments Schools Awards Scholarships Grants Giving Committees Student Success Center CARHS CHAMP International Experience CASA Computer Labs Computer Labs The College of Applied Sciences and Arts Dean s Office manages and operates two college wide networked student computing laboratories located in the MacQuarrie Hall MH Building rooms MH 321 and MH 332 MH 321 is equipped with a teaching station and 26 student stations MH332 is equipped with a teaching station and 27 student stations Both Labs include stations which meet the Americans with Disabilities Act guidelines to accommodate students with disabilities The computer labs may be scheduled for one time single use by all faculty in the College who are teaching courses which utilize technology for curriculum delivery The guidelines for reserving the lab are contained in section VI of the Lab Policies SJSU Links and Resources Information for Alumni

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/casa/computerlabs/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Institute for Collaborative Response for Victims of Family Violence | College of Applied Sciences and Arts | San Jose State University
    violence trans disciplinary skills for responding to family violence the services and systems involved in response to family violence and how collaboration enhances these services Through a unique relationship between San José State University community agencies and SJSU faculty individuals are introduced to a network of committed professionals engaged in interdisciplinary collaboration in the area of family violence TRAINING IN COLLABORATIVE RESPONSE TO VICTIMS OF FAMILY VIOLENCE Individuals who participate receive specialized training in how to understand and address issues of family violence increase awareness of victims rights and learn to improve response to family violence through interdisciplinary collaboration PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE PROGRAM The Certificate for Collaborative Response to Family Violence will be offered through the Justice Studies Department at San Jose State University and will be available to community professionals of all disciplines who wish to enhance their skills and effectiveness through continued study It is a 12 14 unit certificate program which integrates knowledge in the areas of family violence and collaboration Certificate participants will develop a strong working knowledge and awareness of Family violence Critical systems involved in responding to family violence Skills for collaboration Critical analysis of stages and elements of effective collaboration Dynamics impacts and meaning of violence across disciplines CURRENT SJSU STUDENTS Are you interested in participating in a student program to help improve community response to family violence Students wishing to participate in the ICR Program may do so by Completing the Justice Studies Collaborative Response Class JS 137 Working in a qualified collaborative field placement Completing a special project that contributes to improving the response to family violence through interdisciplinary collaboration Students completing ICR requirements will earn a Certificate of Completion in Collaborative Response to Family Violence from the College of Applied Sciences and Arts Dean s Office and benefit from applied training

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/casa/icr/ (2016-02-13)
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  • CASA Faculty Partnership with the Stanford Geriatric Education Center (SGEC) | College of Applied Sciences and Arts | San Jose State University
    CARHS CHAMP International Experience CASA Computer Labs Computer Labs CASA Partnership with SGEC in Ethnogeriatrics The purpose of the CASA partnership with SGEC is to increase the competencies of SJSU students in ethnogeriatrics that is to understand and address culturally specific issues that arise during the course of providing health care services to older adults The training is embedded in the curriculum of the following programs of study at CASA Nursing Nutrition Occupational Therapy and Social Work Issues related to working with culturally diverse elders tend not to be addressed in typical curricula used to train health care providers This can lead to disparities in health care and health outcomes for diverse groups of elders Ethnogeriatrics is a term used to describe ethnically and culturally relevant education and practice among those who provide health care services to older people Research Curricula and Training Over the years CASA faculty members have been instrumental in generating knowledge in ethnogeriatrics through the development and dissemination of research articles ethnogeriatric curricula and presentations on a variety of topics including Ethnicity and the Dementias Diabetes and mental health among ethnic elders Curriculum Cultural competence when working with older adults Ethnogeriatrics training Understanding the impact of Health Literacy issues among ethnic elders View the Cultural Competence training videos created by SJSU faculty The Cultural Competence training consists of four separate but related presentations on Demographic imperatives and Health Disparities Barriers to Health Care Cultural Health Beliefs and Practices and the LEARN model as a tool for improving cross cultural communication The fifth video geared primarily for instructors depicts the facilitation of an in class discussion of a Case Study using the LEARN model pdf Click on the following links below to see archives of some of the seminal reviews done by SGEC faculty African American Elders

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/casa/ethnogeriatrics/ (2016-02-13)
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  • College of Applied Sciences and Arts | Giving | San Jose State University
    to a long and productive career in child welfare My career culminated in heading up a project that raised 14 million and built the county a multi service shelter that provided temporary care for abused and neglected children Social work also led to a path of community arts activism and leadership Nancy R Wiener 75 MS Social Work The college s four schools and seven departments provide students with a theoretical base developed and tested through research knowledge that can be applied in diverse systems processes that incorporate human understanding and cooperation and supervised practice in a variety of career related settings We provide the skills and experiences that empower graduates to be exemplary members of a diverse and global community who work to improve the quality of life for present and future generations We are proud of recent accomplishments our commitment to excellence has enabled Yoshihiro Uchida Hall reopened after a year long renovation while upgrades to Spartan Complex are underway to complete the state of the art facilities for kinesiology hospitality management and health science and recreation Students volunteers and faculty members have worked 32 000 hours to date to help 669 eligible people expunge their records via the Department of Justice Studies Records Clearance Project I am grateful to loyal supporters who have helped enable our successes I encourage your involvement and investment in the future of our college and our students so that we can reach our goals to Enhance research opportunities and equipment and upgrading laboratories used by students and faculty members Secure a 2 million gift to establish an endowed professorship in a critical interdisciplinary health program This is a great time to make a commitment and invest in what promises to be a dynamic and exciting tomorrow for our college and the university

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/giving/where-to-give/colleges/casa/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • CASA site index | College of Applied Sciences and Arts | San Jose State University
    index MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Facebook Twitter LinkedIn RSS Navigate BACK to HOME A C D E F G H I M R S A About Us Award Recipients Awards Scholarships Grants Back to top C CASA Faculty Partnership with the Stanford Geriatric Education Center SGEC CASA Good News CASA Video CEED Memorandum Calendar Collaborative Response to Family Violence course JS137 College of Applied Sciences and Arts Committee to Enhance Equity and Diversity CEED Committees Complementary and Alternative Health Practices Minor Certificate Contact Health Professions Course Descriptions Curriculum Committee Back to top D Dean s Undergraduate Scholarship Departments Schools Division of Health Professions Back to top E Employment Opportunities Back to top F Faculty Awards Faculty Nomination Form Faculty Reference Form Back to top G Giving Guest Book Back to top H Health Professions Administration Back to top I ICR Application ICR Certificate of Completion ICR Eligibility and Requirements ICR Faculty ICR Field Experience ICR Frequently Asked Questions ICR History Information for Faculty Institute for Collaborative Response for Victims of Family Violence Back to top M Minor in Health Professions Back to top R Retention Tenure and Promotion Committee Back to top S Staff Contacts Strategic Plan Student

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  • CEED Nomination Form | College of Applied Sciences and Arts | San Jose State University
    Led Programs Photo Gallery Testimonials Scholarships Upcoming Events Frequently Asked Questions Contact SJSU Home College of Applied Sciences and Arts Awards Scholarships Grants CEED Memorandum CEED Nomination Form MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Pinterest YouTube RSS Navigate BACK to Awards Scholarships Grants CEED Nomination Form CEED Memorandum Committee to Enhance Equity and Diversity CEED Dean s International Scholarship SJSU Links and Resources Information for Alumni Current

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/casa/awards/ceed/ceed_form.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Department of Health Science and Recreation | San Jose State University
    community health education and has been accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health CEPH since 1974 Health Science and Recreation The B S in Recreation offers concentrations in Recreation Management and Recreation Therapy Its core curriculum is accredited by the Council on Accreditation of Recreation Parks and Tourism and Related Professions COAPRT Health Science and Recreation The B S in Health Science offers 6 concentrations including interdisciplinary pathways gerontology health services administration and community health education Upcoming Events Submit an Event More Events Welcome to the Department of Health Science and Recreation We have grown As of Fall 2013 we are now the Department of Health Science and Recreation Our mission is to prepare innovative leaders and practitioners with knowledge skills and abilities to promote health and engage with understand and improve the environments in which we live work and play Our focus is communities and populations and the people policies environments resources supports and opportunities that create the conditions for health for all This is a very exciting time in Health Science and Recreation Our experienced faculty members are involved in exciting research and community projects Our students are diverse lively and deeply engaged in the classroom and the community The Health Science and Recreation Department s innovative programs include Salud Familiar en McKinley a partnership with McKinley Elementary School the SJSU Peer Health Education Program and Project SHINE We welcome annual visits by artisans from Arrazola Mexico and offer international trips for course credit Summer 2014 to Paris We also offer special events on throughout the year such as the Sexual Diversity Program the Nyswander Lecture Careers in Aging Week a Global Health event and lots of opportunities for networking and professional development In Health Science and Recreation we commit to living with joy and purpose

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