We look back on another eventful month in the College of Arts and Humanities. Here are the top five stories from the month of April.Read More
Students from the world over are drawn to study CSU Summer Arts each summer. The opportunity to live, learn and work in an immersive environment for two weeks with world-renowned artists is just too hard to pass up. But, what draws professors to teach a class during the summer?
Three Fresno State professors from the College of Arts and Humanities can answer that.
Fresno State and Fresno City College partnered up for High School Journalism Day Friday, March 9, to introduce students to opportunities in the field of journalism. The event was held at the Fresno City campus in the Old Administration Building.Read More
Fresno State will partner with Fresno City College for High School Journalism Day from 9-1 p.m. Friday, March 9, to present a variety of workshops concerning journalism. The event will be held at Fresno City in the Old Administration Building (the building numbered 2 on the parking map).Read More
For the first time, Fresno State’s Department of Media, Communications and Journalism will partner with the Asian College of Journalism for Pop Up Newsroom, an experimental broadcast focusing on culture that will air live on Facebook at 2:30 a.m. Feb. 1.Read More
This week on Fresno State Focus, a public affairs program produced by media, communication and journalism students, anchors Brenda Billingsley of Fresno and Brittany Sosa of Fresno will speak with veterinarian tech assistant Ayanna Shaw about the precautions to take when adopting pets around the holidays.Read More
This week on Fresno State Focus — a public affairs program produced by Media, Communications and Journalism students — reporter/anchor Cory Stevens of Clovis will go behind the scenes of Fresno’s award-winning winemaking operation, and anchor Brenda Billingsley of Fresno will speak with enology student Jessica Phillips about how wine is made.Read More
Faith Sidlow, an assistant professor in the Department of Media, Communications and Journalism, will moderate a panel discussion on “Fake News, Alternative Facts and Media Bias,” with The Fresno Bee Executive Editor and Senior Vice President Jim Boren, journalist and writer Lloyd Carter, and PowerTalk 96.7 radio host Trevor Carey. This event is presented by Friends of the Madden Library.Read More
This week’s Fresno State Focus, a public affairs program produced by media, communication and journalism students that airs at 6 p.m. on Wednesdays during the semester, presents its first fall edition Oct. 11 with anchors Elisa Navarro-Aceves of Tulare and Matthew Roby of Manchester, England, talking to Ahson Haider of the Associated Students Inc. about Homecoming.Read More
~ By Lisa Maria Boyles, communications specialist for the College of Arts and Humanities Just a few minutes into the broadcast, the power went out. A teleprompter stopped working. Time zones around the planet created challenges. But despite a few glitches, it all came together, fueled by lots of caffeine, snacks and pizza. Months of planning […]Read More