The award was presented to Boren by retired high school journalism educator Ed Galdrikian and recognized him for speaking at educational journalism conferences and conventions around the state and volunteering at an inner-city elementary school to help underperforming students improve their reading levels.
Communications director and former journalist Zara Arboleda will moderate the panel discussion, “Violence Against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders: A Conversation About Solutions” at 5 p.m. Tuesday, May 4 on Zoom. Registration is free and the community is invited to join.
In the wake of the attack on the U.S. Capitol and the increased threat to members of the media, the Department of Media, Communications and Journalism (MCJ) and the director of the Fresno State Institute for Media and Public Trust are voicing their concerns.
In September, The Institute for Media and Public Trust at Fresno State announced the Central Valley Journalists of Color program’s creation. Their goal is to increase diversity, particularly under-represented Black journalists, in San Joaquin Valley Newsrooms.
The Institute for Media and Public Trust at Fresno State presents a talk with journalist Alexander Heffner at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 21, live on Zoom. Registration is free, and the event is open to the community. In his talk entitled “The 2020 Campaign: Uncivil and Unwell in America,” Heffner will examine the critical role of information integrity in facilitating […]