Fresno State students were actually the ones who inadvertently introduced Arts and Humanities Associate Dean Honora Chapman and William Skuban, a professor in the Department of History, now married five years.Read More
We caught up with Fresno State Media, Communications and Journalism alumna, Ashley Taylor, for a Q&A. Taylor graduated from the MCJ Department in 2004 with an emphasis in print journalism and a minor in music. She was also a member of the Smittcamp Family Honors College.
Three years after completing her undergraduate work at Fresno State, she went on to become a news producer for KMPH here in the Valley. Taylor is now a news producer living in New York City where she currently produces Fox News Edge,Read More
~ By Kathleen Schock, reprinted from FresnoStateNews.com Seven of Fresno State’s schools and colleges, along with the Division of Student Affairs, select an outstanding student to honor as their Dean’s Medalist for the class of 2017, one each from the graduate and undergraduate level. The deans selected the undergraduate and graduate medalist based on academic excellence, community involvement […]Read More
~ 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
Jillian Bertolucci, a 2015 Fresno State MCJ graduate, covered an exhibition game that the U.S. Olympic Basketball Team held at University of Southern California late last month, just ahead of the Olympic Games in Rio. Bertolucci earned her degree in in Broadcast Journalism and Public Relations and was the Dean’s Medalist candidate for Mass Communications in […]Read More