Even though it’s summer, we’re still celebrating huge stories of achievement and success this month in the College of Arts and Humanities. From our students to our faculty and alums, here are some top stories from the month of June.
Fresno State alum wins on Jeopardy!
Peter Guekguezian thrilled audiences of the popular trivia game show during his four-night winning stand.
Three from Arts and Humanities named 2017 Fulbright recipients
Two faculty members – Benjamin Boone of Music and Alice Daniel of Media, Communications and Journalism – and recent English graduate Tegan Jones will travel around the world, representing the United States as Fulbright recipients.
Graphic design student brings home national ADDY award
Dominic Grijalva, a senior graphic design student, continued his winning streak for his work, bringing home a national ADDY award from the American Advertising Federation in New Orleans.
Professor Hays named Faculty Service-Learning Scholar
Professor Betsy A. Hays, of the Media, Communications and Journalism department, was named the University’s Faculty Service Learning Scholar for 2017-18.
New forensic linguistics textbook is the first of its kind
Gerald McMenamin has written the first-ever Spanish language course book on forensic linguistics.