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  • Newsletter | College of Social Sciences | San Jose State University
    2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 Alumni Award Guidelines Departments African American Studies Anthropology Communication Studies Economics Environmental Studies Geography and Global Studies History Mexican American Studies Political Science Psychology Sociology and Interdisciplinary Social Sciences Urban and Regional Planning Events Forms SJSU Home College of Social Sciences About Us Newsletter Newsletter MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Navigate BACK to About Us Dean s Profile Associate Dean s Profile Newsletter Connections Sustainability Resources Find Us Together is a biannual newsletter that keeps the College of Social Sciences community abreast of developments both within the College and among our alumni Issues of Together are available to view online or to download by clicking on the links below No 9 Fall 2015 Download PDF No 8 Spring 2015 Download PDF No 7 Fall 2014 Download PDF No 6 Spring 2014 Download PDF No 5 Fall 2013 Download PDF No 4 Spring 2013 Download PDF No 3 Fall 2012 Download PDF No 2 Spring 2012 Download PDF No 1 Fall 2011 Download PDF Together no 9 Fall 2015 SJSU Links and Resources Information for Alumni Current Students Donors Faculty Staff Future Students Researchers Colleges Applied Sciences Arts Business Education Engineering

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  • Connections | College of Social Sciences | San Jose State University
    Connections Connections MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Navigate BACK to About Us Dean s Profile Associate Dean s Profile Newsletter Connections Sustainability Resources Find Us ACCESS Success Center The Academic Counseling Center for Excellence in the Social Sciences ACCESS is a hub that can assist students with their academic advising as well as provide tutoring in such key social science skills as writing and statistics ACCESS provides General education advising Answers to questions about academic policy Academic advice or just tips to navigate around SJSU A quiet place to study and or do group projects A chance to meet fellow social sciences majors and peer advisors Help with changing majors Workshops and presentations writing statistics graduate school application etc VITAL Project Veterans Integration to Academic Leadership VITAL is a Veteran centered results oriented collaboration between the VA Medical Center VAMC and higher education which strives to enhance academic retention and success through an understanding of the unique factors facing Veteran students Sourisseau Academy Promoting local history through sponsoring research educational programs and publications the Sourisseau Academy rescues endangered archival documents and acts as a clearing house for the placement of archival collections in appropriate repositories The

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  • Sustainability | College of Social Sciences | San Jose State University
    they need to become part of the growing green economy Here are some recent and long standing sustainability features of our College SJSU Sustainability Board Members of the College of Social Science were central to establishing the SJSU Sustainability Board a committee of the University s Academic Senate Today this Board is a key player in the continuing process of greening all aspects of the campus from curriculum to research to operations Two Student Centers Environmental Resource Center ERC and Center for Development of Recycling CDR both located in Environmental Studies have decades of experience in sustainability The ERC is an AS funded student run center that undertakes sustainability projects on campus and in the community The CDR has been funded by the County for over a decade and helps citizens recycle their materials responsibly CommUniverCity This well respected center a collaboration between the university the City of San Jose and San Jose communities works to promote healthy living in the local community Key sustainability projects include their community garden initiative and Safe and Green Halloween Sustainability Related Courses No other college offers more courses that help students meet the sustainability challenges we face today We educate students on issues from energy sustainability to social environmental justice To provide a diversity of perspectives on sustainability we offer many cross listed courses that meld multiple disciplines One very unique course is Comm EnvS Metr Geol Hum 168 a team taught SJSU Studies course suite that focuses on global climate change from an interdisciplinary perspective CoSS Sustainability Today Today CoSS Faculty Staff and Students are actively promoting a greener college and campus Here are just a few of our efforts Course Materials Online Less Copying Whether to save paper or to save money departments throughout the College are putting course materials online

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  • Resources | College of Social Sciences | San Jose State University
    Sciences About Us Resources Resources MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Navigate BACK to About Us College Lab Policies Equipment Purchase Policy Equipment for Checkout Dean s Profile Associate Dean s Profile Newsletter Connections Sustainability Resources Find Us Please check the following links for more information on available resources College Lab Policies Equipment Purchase Policy Equipment for Checkout Career Center Request Forms Computer Purchase Request doc Computer Service Request doc The College of Social Sciences maintains two computer classrooms in Dudley Moorhead Hall map These are reserved for instructional use within the College Several other computer labs are maintained by individual departments Communication Studies Geography and Psychology To schedule use of College maintained computer classrooms call 408 924 5722 Dudley Moorhead Hall Room 339 Twenty i7 PC workstations plus an instructor station with projection system are available with the Microsoft Office Pro suite of software and Internet connectivity Use is limited to instruction within the College of Social Sciences and must be approved and scheduled by the College office Dudley Moorhead Hall Room 236 Twenty two i7 PC workstations and an instructor station are used for instruction within the College All workstations have Internet access and Microsoft

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  • Find Us | College of Social Sciences | San Jose State University
    2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 Alumni Award Guidelines Departments African American Studies Anthropology Communication Studies Economics Environmental Studies Geography and Global Studies History Mexican American Studies Political Science Psychology Sociology and Interdisciplinary Social Sciences Urban and Regional Planning Events Forms SJSU Home College of Social Sciences About Us Find Us Find Us MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Navigate BACK to About Us Dean s Profile Associate Dean s Profile Newsletter Connections Sustainability Resources Find Us Click on the icons below to show or hide locations in the map Click on the markers in the map for more information See also Parking Services CoSS Office Washington Square Room 103 408 924 5300 CoSS Computer Labs Dudley Moorhead Rooms 236 339 ACCESS Success Center Clark Room 240 408 924 5363 Select a Department to show its location Find a department African American Studies Anthropology Communication Studies Economics Environmental Studies Geography Global Studies History Mexican American Studies Political Science Psychology Sociology Interdisciplinary Social Science Urban Regional Planning Map loading SJSU Links and Resources Information for Alumni Current Students Donors Faculty Staff Future Students Researchers Colleges Applied Sciences Arts Business Education Engineering Humanities the Arts International

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  • Faculty | College of Social Sciences | San Jose State University
    Faculty Staff Students Alumni Departments Events Forms New Faculty Join CoSS The College of Social Sciences welcomes eight new faculty including Ana Pitchon pictured who is joining the Anthropology Department See New Faculty Professor Steven Millner in the Spotlight Professor Steven Millner of the Department of African American Studies recounts his background and his path to SJSU in Washington Square Read more photo by Thomas Sanders NASA Honors Professor of Psychology Dr Kevin Jordan In a ceremony on Nov 19 2014 Dr Jordan received the NASA Exceptional Public Service Medal for individuals who distinguish themselves by making outstanding contributions to the NASA mission Andrew Wood Receives Warbuton Award Professor Andrew Wood of the Department of Communication Studies receives the Austen D Warburton Award of Merit See Faculty Accomplishments Faculty Accomplishments Read about the achievements of the gifted faculty members of the College of Social Sciences New Faculty Meet the new faculty who are bringing their expertise and teaching prowess to the College of Social Sciences Committees Find information about some of the College wide committees that work to foster a productive environment for scholarship and learning at SJSU Award Guidelines Learn about the faculty awards supported by the College of

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  • Faculty Accomplishments | College of Social Sciences | San Jose State University
    Sciences Faculty Faculty Accomplishments Faculty Accomplishments MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Navigate BACK to Faculty 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 Faculty Accomplishments New Faculty Committees Applied Research Center The College of Social Sciences honors the recipients of this year s faculty awards Austen D Warburton Award of Merit Andrew Wood Communication Studies Endowed by Austen D Warburton this award recognizes a faculty member within the College who has achieved the highest level of scholarship as demonstrated by an outstanding record of publications and the delivery of scholarly papers before prestigious professional organizations The person s achievements should be worthy of international or national recognition with significant impact upon a field of scholarship in the Social Sciences CoSS Meritorious Service Award Jonathan Roth History For this award the Department Chairs of the College select a faculty member who through distinguished service on Department College and University elected bodies has provided leadership in advancing the interests of faculty CoSS Teaching Excellence Award Scott Myers Lipton Sociology and Interdisciplinary Social Sciences The College of Social Sciences award for Teaching Excellence honors one faculty member who has demonstrated outstanding teaching and mentoring at the graduate and undergraduate levels This

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  • New Faculty | College of Social Sciences | San Jose State University
    of care work in Filipino transnational families in the Philippines and the U S Through an examination of neoliberal immigration policies and market forces Francisco contextualizes the shifts in the long standing transnational family formation in the Philippines Francisco s book project is a transnational qualitative study of Filipino migrant mothers in New York City and their families left behind in Manila She is also collaborating with Dr Robyn Rodriguez and Migrante Northern California on a participatory action research project with Filipino caregivers and domestic workers to research an understudied industry of caregiving to the elderly in the Bay Area Francisco s academic interests include global and transnational sociology migration and immigration studies diaspora with a special interest on the Philippine migration gender and the family labor and political economy and transnational social movements with regard to migrant workers Her work has been featured in journals including Critical Sociology Working USA The Philippine Sociological Review and International Review of Qualitative Research Francisco s research is informed by the transnational activism of GABRIELA an alliance of progressive Filipino women s organizations in the Philippines and internationally and MIGRANTE International an international alliance of Filipino migrant workers These networks of diasporic and transnational solidarity between Filipino migrant communities and counterparts the Philippines have shaped her scholarship As an educator Francisco continues to develop her pedagogy to engage students holistically in learning about sociology Francisco is committed to students ability to think critically about the complex times we live in and in their potential to change the world Dr Francisco has been awarded the 2015 Pacific Sociological Association s Distinguished Contribution to Sociological Praxis Award and has been named one of the ten national finalists for the 2014 Lynton Award Scholarship of Engagement for Early Scholars by the New England Resource Center for Higher Education NERCHE Lastly she and her daughter love hip hop and participating in building with the Filipino American community Xiaojia Hou Newly Appointed Assistant Professor in History Xiaojia Hou received her Ph D in history from Cornell University in 2008 with a specialization in modern Chinese history and her undergraduate and master s degrees in history from Peking University Her research agenda centers on China s socialist transformation in the 1950s Between 2008 and 2015 she taught in the Department of History University of Colorado Denver She is thrilled to join San José State University this fall and loves the academic community in the area Ana Pitchon Newly Appointed Assistant Professor in Anthropology Ana Pitchon is an applied cultural anthropologist with expertise in ecological and environmental anthropology Her specialties include marine and coastal anthropology with an emphasis on resource sustainability adaptation institutions and community resilience She has worked extensively in coastal California and has also conducted research in Mexico Argentina Chile Denmark Spain Puerto Rico and the U S South Atlantic She has worked as a consultant for the Federal and State government private business and non governmental organizations Her grant and contract funded work has been published in

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