Fresno State News

Fresno State News

A University on the Rise — and a Ranking to Prove it

by Tom Uribes

Fresno State was selected alongside seven Ivy League institutions, five University of California campuses and Stanford University in a national ranking of the top universities in the United States.

Washington Monthly, a D.C.-based magazine known for its annual rankings of American Read "Fresno State News" […]

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In Memoriam

‘For thee, our hopes and memories

Sondra Lee Applegate, March 15 in Visalia.

Lisa Kim Bach (1989), April 20 in Las Vegas.

Betty M. Bainter (1969), June 24 in Fresno.

Henry Barigian (1955), Aug. 5 in Florence, Oregon.

Peggy Jean Barker (1981), May 2 in Tulare.

Wayne C. Bergman (1960), Feb. 21 in Fresno.

Carl Bocchini (1964), June 9 in Santa Cruz.

Wayne Read "In Memoriam" […]

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Fueling Valley Business

How Fresno State programs and resources are fostering bold business ideas

Craig School of Business

The Craig School of Business at Fresno State offers a master’s in business administration and bachelor’s degrees in economics and business administration (accountancy, finance and business law, information systems and decision sciences, management and marketing). One of the top business schools in Read "Fueling Valley Business" […]

Fueling Valley Business 2016-11-21T19:00:33+00:00

’Dog Houses

’DOG HOUSES

Alumni couple shows backyard Bulldog spirit

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Richard Marshall, a former Bulldogs football player and nine-year NFL veteran, and wife Jasmine (Plummer) Marshall, a former Bulldogs basketball standout, built the perfect spot to compete in the backyard of their new Riverside home. It’s also a fun place to play with their three young Read "’Dog Houses" […]

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’Dog Bytes

’Dog Bytes

Sports Briefs

by Eddie Hughes

Bulldogs Set Records for Academic All Stars

A record 155 Fresno State student-athletes were named to the 2015-16 Academic All-Mountain West team — the highest number since the Bulldogs joined the Mountain West in 2012-13.

Eligible selections must have completed at least one academic term at the member institution and maintain a cumulative Read "’Dog Bytes" […]

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Class Notes

1960s

Richard Anderson (1965, ’72) authored “Fact Versus Legend: The Truth About the 1960 World Series,” challenging status quo beliefs about several issues related to Major League Baseball.

Daniel Meredith Geeting (1966), a music professor for 32 years, was awarded the President’s Award for Teaching Excellence by Cal Lutheran University President Cal Kimball.

 

1970s

Shirley Melikian Armbruster (1973), associate Read "Class Notes" […]

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Building a Career Out of Legos

By the time Carl Merriam was in his late teens, he had 85,000 Lego parts in his Star Wars collection — not including his many other Lego sets.

Building a Career Out of Legos 2016-11-12T07:37:37+00:00

Alumni And Students Connect

Fresno State alumni in all occupations are being asked to share their expertise with current students by signing up — for free — on the new Fresno State Career Connections networking site.

Alumni And Students Connect 2016-11-12T07:37:31+00:00

Discovering a Salt-free Solution

The water supply in parts of California is threatened by high levels of salt — affecting Central Valley agriculture and drinking water. And Fresno State researchers are working to find a solution.

Discovering a Salt-free Solution 2016-11-12T07:37:25+00:00