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Plant Science Club receives top honors at national contest

Fresno State’s Plant Science Club won the president’s award at the Students of Agronomy, Soils and Environmental Sciences national club speech contest. This is the club’s fourth time winning the award since 2012. They beat other university teams including Iowa ...

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Donate a toy for a kid who needs one this Christmas

Fresno State’s annual Toys for Tots Drive officially kicked off on Nov. 9 during the Veterans Memorial and Veterans Day Service on campus. The toy drive is sponsored by the Marine Corps League. The Toys for Tots Drive is a ...

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How you can honor veterans this weekend

Fresno State is hosting a week of recognition for veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces before the campus closes in observance of the holiday on Friday. Fresno State’s Veterans Day service will be held on campus Friday at 10 a.m. ...

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Chevron donates to Fresno State STEM students

Chevron is giving $450,000 to support Fresno State’s science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) students at Fresno State. Due to the high demands of technological changes in the manufacturing industry, a university news release announcing the gift said, advanced technology ...

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Fresno State raises funds from more than half the country

It’s now one day after Fresno State launched its first-ever “Day of Giving,” a nationwide 24-hour online fundraiser. Just before the 24-hour fundraiser came to an end, $428,660 was raised. But by Friday evening, totals were announced. Donors gifted a ...

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Deal could bring New York Times digital subscription by December

After severing ties with The Fresno Bee earlier this semester, Associated Students, Inc. voted on Wednesday in favor of a new partnership with The New York Times as a part of their campus-wide readership program. This, along with lengthy discussion ...

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Dr. Michelle DenBeste named dean of College of Social Sciences

Dr. Michelle DenBeste was named the dean of the College of Social Sciences on Thursday after serving two years on an interim basis. During the two years as interim dean, the College of Social Sciences launched a new geography and ...

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Jewish Studies minor to launch in spring at Fresno State, lecture series fall schedule

News release previously published by Fresno State News. The Jewish Studies Lecture Series for the fall semester begins with a talk by Sven-Erik Rose, titled “In Adorno’s Blind Spot: Yiddish Poetry from the Warsaw Ghetto,” at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 18, at the ...

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Fresno State, local journalists take on fake news, alternative facts and media bias on Oct. 27

News release previously published by Fresno State News. A panel discussion on “Fake News, Alternative Facts and Media Bias” will feature The Fresno Bee’s Jim Boren, journalist Lloyd Carter, PowerTalk 96.7 radio host Trevor Carey and Fresno State media, communications ...

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Fresno State earns fourth Excellence and Innovation Award for Grad Initiative 2025

News release previously published by Fresno State News. The American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU) again selected Fresno State for a national Excellence and Innovation Award, citing the University’s accomplishments as part of the California State University Graduation Initiative 2025. Fresno State ...

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Fresno State receives anonymous $1 million gift for genetics, molecular biology research

News release previously published by Fresno State News. A $1 million gift from a donor who wishes to remain anonymous will fund two areas at Fresno State: student research in genetics and molecular biology and The President’s Circle for Excellence, ...

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Worldwide earthquake drill set for Oct. 19

A “Great Shakeout” earthquake drill is planned for Thursday at Fresno State. The drill, scheduled for 10:19 a.m., is an opportunity for students to prepare for an earthquake, according to a campus-wide email. The email said that faculty and students ...

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Jewish Studies Minor to start next semester

Fresno State’s College of Social Sciences is starting a Jewish studies minor next spring. Dr. Jill Fields, the current program coordinator for the Jewish studies program, said that new courses will be offered for the new minor. The courses for ...

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Political reporter Robert Costa to lecture on the Trump presidency

Fresno State President Dr. Joseph Castro will welcome national political reporter and moderator Robert Costa as part of the “President’s Lecture Series” on Oct. 16 from 6 to 7 p.m. at the Save Mart Center. Costa is a national political ...

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Panel to focus on the ‘Religion of Peace’

A panel on the “Religion of Peace” will be held in honor of the International Day of Conflict Resolution on Oct 16. The panelists include representatives from different religious affiliations from across the valley. The event will be held between ...

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‘Fresno State Focus’ begins airing on Oct. 11

Fresno State Media, Communications and Journalism students will be airing their first public affairs program, “Fresno State Focus,” of the Fall 2017 semester on Oct. 11. The first show will air at 6 p.m. on Comcast channel 94, and will ...

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Alumni association names its 2017 Top Dog, view list of honorees

The Fresno State Alumni Association named alumna Kim Ruiz Beck, who is chairperson of Ruiz Foods, as its 2017 Top Dog. Ruiz belongs to the class of 1988. Ruiz Beck will be honored with the 2017 Distinguished Alumna award at ...

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Here’s how you can pie an ASI member on Tuesday

Have you ever wanted to pie someone in the face? Now is your chance. Students can throw a pie at an Associated Students, Inc. member on Tuesday as part of this week’s homecoming celebrations. “Pie an ASI” will be from ...

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