The rumors are, in fact, more than rumors: Dog House Grill will not open early for its annual graduation celebration this year. After a meeting on May 9, Fresno State’s vice president of student affairs, Paul Oliaro, sent a letter to the manager of Dog House Grill, Matt Billingsley, thanking him for honoring the request [...]
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In an effort to raise awareness about prescription drug abuse, Fresno State professor Gregory Thatcher and his community health class teamed up with campus and community experts Monday morning in the Free Speech Area in an event titled “Thrills without Pills” that offered students alternative methods to rid pain and seek thrills. Organizations like the [...]
BlueTech Valley will host its second water conference on Wednesday and Thursday in Clovis, focusing on water efficiency technology’s role in securing food supply in the future. The conference targets agribusiness, suppliers and food processors in the Valley to encourage innovation in the field and educate about water efficiency and how that connects to the [...]
In only a few years, farmers may be able to make irrigation decisions within moments by just tapping a few keys on their smartphones. Students and faculty from Fresno State’s Center for Irrigation Technology (CIT) are doing their part in a project that will eventually result in a smartphone app that alerts farmers when and [...]
Fresno State will be the first university in California to offer a professional science master’s degree in water resource management, if the program is approved for the Fall 2013 semester. Peter Van de Water of the earth and environmental sciences department said this new professional science master’s (PSM) degree is targeted for working professionals who [...]
At Fresno State, the Center for Irrigation Technology is a quiet voice saying some big things. For students and faculty outside of the Jordan College of Agriculture, the Center for Irrigation Technology (CIT) is just a name. What is not realized is that CIT plays a big role in the day-to-day water usage throughout the [...]
A crowd of nearly 300 people gathered at 5368 N. Chestnut Ave. on Monday morning to celebrate what some called a marriage between the Fresno State farm market and the community.
Buses from all over the Valley filled the Save Mart Center parking lot beginning on Thursday, delivering nearly 6,000 students to Fresno State’s 55th annual Peach Blossom Festival.
Fresno State’s winery was the first university commercial winery in the country and continues to be the largest, producing up to 9,000 cases of wine every year, and provides students with a rare education and skillset.