In Memoriam

‘For thee, our hopes and memories’

Walter “Buster” Edward Alexander, Oct. 18 in Bakersfield.

Sharon Lee Allen (1963), Dec. 14 in Oakland.

Wilma Andersen (1945), Dec. 14 in Fresno.

Andrew Ariey, Nov. 16 in Lafayette.

Marvin C. Awbrey (1960, ’64), Feb. 1 in Fresno.

Ruth Contreras Corpuz Balch (1981), Jan. 14 in Fresno.

Leslie Raymond Bassett (1947, Honorary Doctorate 2009), Read "In Memoriam" […]

‘Ceez’ the Moment

Senior point guard Cezar Guerrero played in 89 games at Fresno State and helped lead the Bulldogs to a Mountain West Conference tournament championship and their first NCAA Tournament appearance since 2001. But it’s the 17 games he missed that taught him the most.

Wellness Q&A: Hydration

Kinesiology faculty members Drs. J. Luke and Riana Pryor are working to educate the community about how to stay safe while exercising. FresnoState Magazine caught up with the husband and wife to dispel some myths about exercise and water consumption.

A Pipeline of NEW Teachers

On most days it’s the moon that escorts Danny Velazquez to the parking lot after closing down the fifth-grade classroom he leads at Porterville’s Olive Street Elementary School.

Heard ’Round the World

Fresno State students in the Mass Communication and Journalism Department anchored the Global News Relay in March, which included 20-minute segments produced by each of the participating universities on “The Impact of Sports in Our Community,” an in-depth look at cultural influences that affect participation in sports.

The Road to Valley Health

It was the middle of summer 2015 when Donald Ray Foster first passed out. It was just stress, he thought, or maybe a lack of sleep. So he didn’t visit a doctor to find out what was wrong. Foster had just moved back to Madera from Stockton, and the nearest clinic wouldn’t accept his medical insurance.

Scholarship in Memory of Tapia

A portrait of the late Ana Tapia hangs prominently with other leading alumni at Fowler High School. Her bright smile serves as inspiration for students in the rural town, 20 minutes south of Fresno.

Red Eye

Students in Fresno State’s Lyles College of Engineering work with Dr. Youngwook Kim, associate professor of electrical and computer engineering, in the University’s anechoic chamber to measure human body reflections, radar range, radiation patterns.

A Strategic Plan to Educate and Empower

I’ve shared with you that “Be Bold” is a call-to-action to empower the University and our community to work together as one in delivering student success.

Not the Typical Spring Break

A group of 35 Fresno State students spent their spring break collectively volunteering 800 hours to community service projects at Stone Soup Fresno, Scout Island and Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Central Valley.