Arts and Humanities faculty ovations: September 2019

Faulty Ovations

Faculty ovations are a regular series to applaud our faculty for their achievements in the College of Arts and Humanities at Fresno State. Their hard work and accomplishments directly impact our students, college, university, and the wider community.

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Alumna Ersilia Lacaze is proud of her Bulldog blood

Ersilia Lacaze

It is the thick red fluid which runs through our veins that delivers oxygen and nutrients and removes waste and disease from our bodies. With it we live, without it, we die. But our relationship with blood is symbiotic — without our body, the blood will spoil.

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Bravely enduring

Jordan Cody

Facing fatherhood, homelessness and injuries: One veteran’s journey to success

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Victoria Cisneros, Student of Distinction

Victoria Cisneros

A graduate of Selma High School, Victoria Cisneros says she found her home and a place of belonging in the Communication Department. During her time at Fresno State, she has utilized her writing skills as a political reporter for the Collegian and a Communication Assitant for the Alumni Association.

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Experienced Barking Bulldogs show new pups the ropes at debate tournament

Barking Bulldogs Debaters and Coaches With Tournament Awards

By Dr. Doug Fraleigh, Director of Forensics    The Fresno State Barking Bulldogs Forensics Team participated in two regional debate tournaments during the past three weeks and had outstanding results at both competitions.     The Barking Bulldogs hosted the Western JV and Novice Policy Debate Championships March 8-10 and the Bulldogs defended home territory.  Nick […]

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Communication alumnus Barry Falke promoted to Division Chief Operating Officer with the American Red Cross

Barry Falke

Barry Falke continues to inspire with his work in humanities as the Division Chief Operating Officer with the American Red Cross. Falk feels that this position, which he entered into two and a half years ago, has allowed him to utilize his communication background while following his passion for uplifting the community. “I’m really fortunate to […]

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Communication students engage in public advocacy in Valley communities

Lindsey Condra's Fresno Bee Op-Ed Article titled "New regulations needed to protect real service dogs and spotlight imposters

At the end of the Fall and Spring semesters, I often ask myself if we are doing enough as humanists to help the students live through the complexities of our world? Does our facilitation of students’ learning process give them the tools they need to live better? I argue that the answer is “Yes”

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Barking Bulldogs finish fall semester with big success at CSU Northridge

Barking Bulldogs

The Fresno State Barking Bulldogs wrapped up their Fall 2018 season with an excellent team performance at CSU Northridge on Nov. 2 through 4, with the Bulldogs placing third overall in the policy debate sweepstakes. Sweepstakes awards are an important team milestone because they are based on the performance of every Fresno State debater at […]

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