Dispatches from London; Fresno State students study abroad

Dr. Maldonado speaks to the class about our trip to the Tower of London

While most students are off for their winter break, 40 Fresno State students traveled to England for the Arts and Humanities “Study Abroad Experience: London Life & Lore.” Students get an authentic British experience and earn three units of credit as they take in the sights and culture of England. During the trip, Dr. Anthony […]

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Make Japan your classroom this summer

Image of Japan

This summer study trip to Japan will make you experience Japanese society and culture. The emphasis of the program is to make “Japan the classroom.” You will stay with a Japanese host family for a week in Osaka. Also, you will have a chance to study Japanese culture (Calligraphy, Tea Ceremony, Flower Arrangement, Cooking, etc.) with Japanese students at […]

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Spend three weeks studying in China

SHANGHAI CHINA skyline

Spend three weeks in Shanghai, the largest cosmopolitan city of China with native Chinese speaking professors in a total immersion environment for learning the Chinese language and culture, interacting with local Chinese students, touring the best of China’s traditional architecture and gardens, museums and galleries, and seeing the amazing development of China’s modernization as part of your experience. Tour Suzhou, an ancient city […]

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Study Greek classics, while in Greece

Greece Featured Image

The 2019 Summer Trip to Greece, in partnership with the Paideia Institute, will take place in May. The trip offers students a unique opportunity to learn and see first-hand the area which many call the birthplace of Western Civilization. The program started in 2015 when Classics of Humanities Professors Curtis and Kristi Eastin created the “Summer Greek […]

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Study abroad on the island of Mallorca in Spain

Study Abroad in Spain

We shall encounter the beauty of this Mediterranean island with settlements and archaeological sites stretching back millennia (including Roman Pollentia). We shall analyze the architecture (including the majestic cathedral on the waterfront of Palma) and art (e.g., Joan Miró), and study the confluence of the Muslim, Jewish, and Christian cultures there.

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Six Media, Communications and Journalism students gain real-world experience and new perspectives in Ghana

Young Ghana boy in a cocoa tree

The College of Arts and Humanities takes pride in supporting the full range of creative and academic endeavors of students and faculty — endeavors made possible through generous gifts made to the Dean’s Council Annual Fund. DONATE NOW! Over the 2017-2018 winter session, Dean’s Council funds helped five of the six Arts and Humanities students […]

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Drink whisky, enjoy art, support students

A Whisky Brew & Art Affair art images

The Mad Duck brewery is hosting the Edward O. Lund Foundation event “A Whisky Brew & Art Affair.” This year, the annual event is moving away from the spirits of Scotland to explore the fine art of Japanese whiskey. The event is from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 21 at The Mad Duck at […]

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Want to study in London for three weeks? Here’s how…

Elevated photo of London

The 2019 London Program is offering a 3-week session before the beginning of Spring semester. It promises to be an authentic British experience and earn 3 units of course credit, satisfying Area IC. Spend three weeks in the heart of London with Profs Anthony Radford, Nick Potter and Robert Maldonado exploring the best of London’s […]

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Arts and Humanities student excels in France while completing his degree

Portrait of Leslie Hille in France

~ By Nancy Barragan, student writer for the College of Arts and Humanities Though he will return to the United States to participate in Fresno State’s 107th Commencement ceremony on May 19, Leslie Hille has been studying abroad for the past year and a half through the CSU International Program at the Université Paris Nanterre in […]

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