Pictured: Dr. Jenelle Gilbert, Dr. TwoTrees & Rosemary Diaz
Fresno State Talks is a student-selected lecture series featuring outstanding faculty who exemplify the University's values of Discovery, Diversity, and Distinction. The honored faculty members deliver a lecture on a topic of expertise, interest, or experience.
Nominations are solicited from students by asking 'What professor inspires you?". Students are encouraged to recognize a professor that has made a difference, challenged them to think differently, or taken the time to ensure learning.
Nominations for Fresno State Talks 2015 are now open!
The inaugural Fresno State Talks occurred in February 2013 and included the following lectures listed below. Lectures can be viewed by clicking on the title.
Dr. Honora Chapman :: "Eureka"
Dr. T. Hasan Johnson :: "Hip-Hop…The #%$@ Remix! : Re-Evaluating Hip-Hop Culture's Origins and Impacts"
Dr. Wade Gilbert ::"To Infinity and Beyond! Principles of Talent Development"
The second installment of Fresno State Talks occurred in February 2014 and included the following lectures listed below. Lectures can be viewed by clicking on the title.
Rosemary Diaz :: "Building Bridges between the Deaf-World and Hearing Allies"
Dr. Jenelle Gilbert :: "The Psychological UNIFORM: A Blueprint for Peak Performance"
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