UCSF Fresno taking on 100 new residents

The UCSF Fresno Medical Education Program will welcome 100 new physicians to start their medical residency training this summer.

Wells Fargo grant funds Yosemite scholarship

A grant from the Wells Fargo Foundation will allow high school students in the Central Valley to take part in a two-week backcountry science expedition in Yosemite National Park.

Fresno State hosting teacher job fair

Fresno State is looking to give away teachers during a recruitment fair at the Fresno Convention Center March 27.

Zelezny named Fresno State provost

Dr. Lynnette ZeleznyFresno State President Joseph Castro appointed Dr. Lynnette Zelezny as new provost and vice president of academic affairs.

PG&E grants $10K to University High School

Pacific Gas & Electric Co. awarded a $10,000 Bright Ideas grant to University High School today to enhance instruction in energy resources.

Fresno State fund gives students a hand

Fresno State students in a jam now have a safety net through a new fund set up by the university to help with unexpected financial setbacks.

Fresno Compact awards Reedley College instructor

From left, Fresno Compact President Eric Johnson, Reedley College Dean of Instruction David Clark, Betty Haak and Fresno Compact Executive Director Dr. Tom Crow.David Clark, dean of instruction at Reedley College, receives the Fresno Compact's Dr. Harold Haak award today for his 25 years of collaboration with local businesses to teach students.

Fresno State gets $300K in nursing grants

Fresno State will give future nurses more opportunity to learn thanks to two grants totaling $300,000 to open up more real-world training settings.

$1M gift for scholarship fund at Clovis university

The Lyles family of Fresno has gifted $1 million for scholarships at California Health Sciences University.A $1 million gift from Gerald and Nanette Lyles of Fresno will establish a scholarship fund for future students of California Health Sciences University.

Internship program seeks businesses

Reedley College is looking for local businesses willing to bring on interns that can help improve marketing and other areas of operation.