Education

Fresno State launches tablet program

Fresno State will be providing 1,200 students with tablets and training this semester as part of President Joseph Castro's new DISCOVERe program.

Fresno State honors college admits 16th class

The Smittcamp Family Honors College at Fresno State admitted its 16th class this week, welcoming 50 high-performing students to the scholarship program.

Fresno State to distribute $72M in aid

Fresno State announced it will distribute a record $75.9 million in financial aid in the 2013-2014 academic year.

Fresno State's Boeh steps down as athletic director

Thomas Boeh, who has served as Fresno State's athletic director since 2005, is leaving his position for a new role at the university.

Fresno Pacific makes affordable Christian college list

Fresno Pacific University was ranked the ninth most affordable Christian university in the country, according to a new list.

Fresno State raises $43M in past year

Fresno State announced that donors gave more than $43 million to the university in the 2014 fiscal year, making it the strongest fundraising year since the recession.

Fresno State faculty named entrepreneurship fellows

Three Fresno State faculty members have been selected for a special fellowship to integrate entrepreneurship into their existing course work or develop curriculum for a new class.

Nef named new Fresno State vice provost

Dr. Dennis NefA veteran Fresno State professor and administrator has been named as Fresno State's new vice provost.

Lyles, Bedwell named to Fresno State advisory board

Fresno State President Joseph Castro has appointed Fresno business leaders Will Lyles and Barry Bedwell to the University Advisory Board.

Student wins Mike Rowe scholarship contest

Colton StuhrA recent Firebaugh High School graduate is the recepient of a full-tuition technical school scholarship as part of a contest sponsored by Dirty Jobs television show host Mike Rowe.