Three employees of the College of Arts and Humanities received service awards at the Staff Training and Recognition (STAR) Day luncheon on Thursday, May 25.

  • Kelly Pantzlaff Curry (above left), the costume shop foreman and costume vintage collection curator in the Department of Theatre Arts, was recognized for 10 years of service at Fresno State.
  • Moon-ja Yunouye (above center), director of development for the College of Arts and Humanities, was recognized for 10 years of service at Fresno State.
  • Denise L. Bissett (above right), the department administrative assistant for the Department of Linguistics, was honored for 30 years of service at Fresno State.

Honora Chapman delivers keynote addressSTAR Day is a full day of professional development, celebration and fun for staff across campus. This year’s theme was “Not all heroes wear capes.”

The day’s festivities included a breakfast, three sessions of workshops, the service award luncheon and a closing ceremony with a magic show featuring The Magic of Elder. Honora Chapman, the associate dean of the College of Arts and Humanities, gave a keynote address called “From Troy to Fresno: Heroes Past and Present.”

Arts and Humanities table at STAR Day.

Arts and Humanities table at STAR Day.