We proudly present some of this year’s Italian Studies scholarship recipients. Your support plays a direct role in ensuring these students’ success. As they graduate and find their place in the community, they are destined to elevate our lives and become an inspiration for life.
By Mariah Walton For over 30 years, CSU Summer Arts has assembled some of the world’s best creative artists to teach and inspire students across all art genres. Due to the impact of COVID-19, CSU Summer Arts was forced to cancel the 2020 season. However, in an effort to foster creativity and inspire hope, the […]
George Gruner, a former editor at The Fresno Bee who was jailed for two weeks for refusing to reveal a confidential source, will join Jim Wilson, a former KMJ vice president and longtime educator, as the 2019 inductees into the Media, Communications and Journalism Hall of Fame at Fresno State.
The Mad Duck brewery is hosting the Edward O. Lund Foundation event “A Scotch, Brew & Art Affair.” The event is from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 20 at The Mad Duck at 3085 E Campus Pointe Drive. Tickets are $40 and attendees must be 21 years or older.
With $50,000 in new donations to its endowment, the Bulldog Pride Fund has announced a new $2,000 per year vocal award in honor of local opera legend Edna Garabedian. The Department of Music will select the inaugural “Bulldog Pride Fund: Edna Garabedian Vocal Performance Award” for the 2010-21 school year.
The Mad Duck brewery is hosting the Edward O. Lund Foundation event “A Whisky Brew & Art Affair.” This year, the annual event is moving away from the spirits of Scotland to explore the fine art of Japanese whiskey. The event is from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 21 at The Mad Duck at […]
Photo above: Juan Felipe Herrera gave a rousing keynote to open the symposium, followed by readings by winners of the Andrés Montoya Poetry Prize with Francisco Aragón. ~ Article and photos by Jefferson Beavers, communications specialist, Department of English More than 30 published authors from all over the country, including U.S. Poet Laureate Emeritus Juan Felipe […]
It is from the support of our generous donors that the College of Arts and Humanities thrives in the ability to aid students through their academic careers with the establishment of scholarships, as well as in further developing our faculty, resources and facilities. This is why we are grateful in recognizing our supporters the Rev. David H. Brown and Linda M. Hammer-Brown, whose wonderful gift to the College will benefit many future students of the Department of Theatre Arts in becoming an endowed scholarship.
The College of Arts and Humanities honored its 16 Students of Distinction at Arts in Motion on Saturday, April 7. At the ceremony, the graduate and undergraduate Dean’s Medalists for 2017-18 were announced. Dean’s Medalists Guadalupe Remigio Ortega (left), who graduated in fall 2017 with a master of arts in English in rhetoric and composition, […]