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Fresno State Alumni Association honors 2017 Top Dogs
The Top Dog Alumni Awards Gala recognizes some of the University’s most accomplished graduates with the highest honor presented by the Fresno State Alumni Association.
Each year one alumnus from each of the University’s eight academic schools and colleges, as well as the Department of Athletics, the Henry Read "Celebrating Successes" […]
Learning by Serving
Research links service-learning to higher graduation rates
by Lisa Maria Boyles
Fresno State has cemented itself as a service-oriented university with students, faculty and staff providing more than 10 million hours of service to the community over the past 10 years. The concept of volunteerism has become part of the campus culture — and it’s Read "Learning by Serving" […]
In Something Other Than Sports
There are more than 480,000 NCAA student-athletes — and less than 1 percent go on to play professional sports. Many more move on to successful professional careers in other industries such as government, health care, education and public safety. In the NCAA, 86 percent of Division I student-athletes earn a degree. While Read "Pros" […]
Fresno State News
by Eddie Hughes
Fresno State’s approach to student success was again ranked among the nation’s best at combining academic excellence with economic opportunity. Washington Monthly, a D.C.-based magazine known for its annual rankings of colleges and universities, placed Fresno State No. 17 on its Read "Fresno State News" […]
Gary Castro came up with a fun idea a few years ago when he and his wife, Sue (a 1986 Fresno State alumna), decided to resurface their back yard swimming pool. “I said, ‘Hey, we’ve got to put the Bulldog in there,’” Gary recalls. The family Read "’Dog Houses" […]
Day of Giving
How 25,000 students were supported in 24 hours
by Esra Hashem
Daniel Loera grew up knowing the meaning of hard work. He spent his days laboring at a farm, out before the sun came up and only making his way back home after the sun went down.
The son of migrant farm workers, he was the Read "Day of Giving" […]