This edition of Fresno State Focus will air live at 4 p.m. Wednesday, May 1, 2019 on Comcast Channel 94, U-Verse Channel 99 and will be repeated at 6 p.m. the next day. You can also watch the live streams on Apple TV, Roku and on CMAC.TV which is under the “Watch Live” tab and the “CMAC 2 – Education” page
After nearly sweeping the local American Advertising Awards (ADDY) awards, the top award winners moved on to the regional level where the accolades continued. Graphic Design student Belinda Houngsombath earned two gold medals in the regional ADDYs and will now move to compete at the national level.
As part of the medley of events that will be held beginning in Fall 2019, CCA will be hosting the exhibition “Prussian Blue” by Jewish Mexican artist Yishai Jusidman. Organized by the Museo Universitario Arte Contemporáneo (MUAC) in Mexico City, the exhibition has traveled internationally and is set to show in Buenos Aires in Winter of 2020.
The fellowship is designed to place academic experts in policy-making environments and make their expertise available to political leaders while also providing insights to enhance their teaching, research and administrative abilities.
The concert, titled “Spotlight on our Students”, will include four works showcasing top students from the Department of Music, and collaborating with all four of the Department of Music’s choirs, to create the Fresno State Grand Chorus, conducted by Dr. Cari Earnhart.
French horn student Anthony Perez-Medina will perform as a featured soloist with the Fresno State Wind Orchestra under the direction of Dr. Gary P. Gilroy at 8 p.m. on Thursday, May 2 in the Fresno State Concert Hall.
For the 10th annual conference, the English Department reunited with alumni who were part of the UCMLA journey, as either presenters or organizers or both, by inviting them back to campus for an anniversary reception, and an alumni roundtable and discussion.
As Fresno State and the community prepares to celebrate the 150th birthday of Gandhi in October, students were invited to participate in the Gandhi’s Global Legacy Student Media Competition. The competition called for submissions across various categories of media that provide new insights into Gandhi’s philosophy of nonviolence.
As Chinese-American relations continue to expand, the necessity for Chinese literacy is at an all-time high. In preparation for students’ future success, the 2019 STARTALK Chinese immersion summer camp introduces young students to the language across the Central Valley.