Battling a rare childhood brain cancer at a young age, DiMino went through several years of chemotherapy and radiation treatments and was told that he would lose various cognitive, motor, and physical abilities. The long-lasting effects would prevent him from many activities. However, at age seven when he had beaten cancer, he learned to adapt.Read More
Fresno State English major Rodolfo Avelar never imagined himself sitting on a balcony overlooking downtown Minneapolis for his work, reading poetry manuscripts and thinking about graphic design.Read More
Doub teaches a graduate seminar on coming-of-age stories, the Spanish American bildungsroman. She brings in her presentations and uses them as examples, showing students what they can do for oral presentations or how their current research can be a seed for a later essay.Read More
Kate McKnight has spent her entire life on the Fresno State campus, growing up with an English professor father then becoming a student, instructor, University High teacher, and an Advisory Board member for the College.Read More
What makes Camp News unique is the mock situations which present students with a practical look at breaking news reporting. These mock-ups include real-life emergency crews and law enforcement along with some dramatic acting.Read More
In January, Dean’s Council funds helped yet another Arts and Humanities student experience a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
Thanks to the generosity of Dean’s Council donors, travel funding was be provided to master’s of music student and opera singer Alejandra Tejeda, who attended the prestigious National Opera Association’s annual convention Jan. 3-7, in New Orleans.
~ Photo above, from left, Dean Saúl Jiménez-Sandoval, Associate Dean Honora Chapman and undergraduate Dean’s Medalist Cathleen Fagundes at the Arts in Motion event on April 29. Fresno State has a bold vision to elevate Central California and become a region known for creativity, arts and culture. That vision begins with empowering our talented College […]Read More
The College of Arts and Humanities is fundamental to the University, complementing and augmenting every major on campus. We train engaged professionals and produce civic-minded graduates, experts in writing and rhetoric, and visionary artists who enrich our world and elevate our quality of life. This is achieved through donors’ commitment to the College of Arts […]Read More
The College of Arts and Humanities is fundamental to the University and to our greater community. Every student at the University comes through our College to complete their general education requirements. With 150 full-time faculty members, the College of Arts and Humanities serves more than 8,000 students, representing a third of Fresno State’s student population. The […]Read More