Hours before Kristin Saleri passed away, she asked her son two questions. “What will happen to my paintings after I die? Will I be forgotten?”
More than 4,000 guests visited Fresno State in April 2015 for the dedication of the campus Armenian Genocide Monument. The commemoration marked the 100th anniversary of the date the massacre of 1.5 million Armenians began in the Ottoman Turkish Empire.
Juan Felipe Herrera became the first Latino to earn the nation’s highest poetry honor when it was announced in June he would be the United States’ 21st poet laureate. Herrera, who was named the 21st Poet Laureate Consultant in Poetry for 2015-16 by the Librarian of the United States Congress...
Each morning when he wakes up, Robert Willmott glances at his cell phone and is reminded of modern technology’s impact on agriculture. The Fresno State campus farm technician checks the WiseConn smart phone app that is virtually connected to the University’s olive orchard. A few clicks verify the 20 acres of trees he oversees...
A Fresno State professor’s bold thinking is leading to a new way to reuse food waste and give it a new purpose. Dr. William Wright, a civil engineering professor in the University’s Lyles College of Engineering, and his students are producing bioplastic — a material derived from renewable resources...
Poetry icon Philip Levine inspired thousands of student writers
Fresno State researcher hopes patents will lead to Alzheimer’s treatment
Sign Language Interpreting Program helps students make strides
Dr. Herzig shares easy tips on eating more fruits and vegetables
Fresno State Winery – join the club