Featured Supporter: Katelyn Spencer

Katelyn Spencer in the Fresno State Peace Garden

“I love knowing that I am supporting the endeavors of our current students, especially for those who may be struggling to stay in college due to costs.”

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Art Education Series begins with a panel on confronting anti-Asian Racism

Faces of Dr. Ryan Shin, Dr. Jaehan Bae, and Dr. Maria Lim

Presented in collaboration with  The California Arts Project (TCAP), the panel will explore the recent crimes and violence against Asian Americans and communities, the visual representations of Asian/Asian Americans in popular culture and interventions and strategies to address those issues in art education. 

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Alumna Kaelyn Rodríguez explores connections of ethnicity, history and art in LA

Alumna Kaelyn Rodríguez in her Ph.D. robes from UCLA.

Rodríguez began her journey in higher education at Fresno as an Art/Art History major. Following her graduation in 2012, she went on to get her Master’s in Art History from UC Riverside in 2014, followed by a Master’s in Chicana/o Studies from UCLA in 2016. Just months ago, she achieved her Ph.D. in Chicana/o Studies from UCLA.

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#TBT College of Arts and Humanities Student Stories

Kelsi Stieler, Kaylee Gutierrez, and Kristin Bonillas; Jen Rhodes; Kelvin Diaz

These extraordinary students in the College of Arts and Humanities have followed their passions to find the right mentor, overcome obstacles, and collaborate with each other to teach children how to make the world a better place. Here are three stories that will make you proud to be a Bulldog!

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Alumnus Miguel Alvarez grows the next generation of artists

Miguel Alvarez

He spent his summers in the fields, picking fruits and vegetables in the scorching Central Valley heat. His winter breaks, pruning grapevines. The whole family’s effort was required to have the bare essentials to survive. He knew the best way to help his family was to break the cycle.

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