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Media Clips 7.10.12

PostPosted: Tue Jul 10, 2012 8:14 am
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Large donation to Fresno State
(CBS47.tv © 07/10/2012)
A large donation to Fresno State was announced on Monday. Fresno native and Fresno State alumni Tamsen Munger has pledged $100,000 to establish a scholarship at the university.

Fresno State's college of science, math gets $100,000 gift
(Fresno Bee © 07/10/2012)
Fresno State received a $100,000 donation to support students in math and science, a boost for the College of Science and Mathematics that last year was at risk of being eliminated by budget cuts. Fresno businesswoman and Fresno State alumna Tamsen Nichols Munger pledged $100,000 to establish an endowment for students majoring in geology, physics, mathematics or chemistry.

RANDY MEHRTEN: Kids can learn in summer
(Fresno Bee © 07/10/2012)
Another summer program example, called After School University, is being conducted at Fresno State. More than 1,000 underserved first-grade through eighth-grade students are getting a taste of college while learning science, arts, technology and sports.

Valley Works: Nurse Practitioners
(KFSN ABC 30 Fresno © 07/10/2012)
Fresno State and the University of Phoenix both offer the master's degree in nursing that is now required. Tammy Maynard, Director of Academic Affairs for Phoenix, says to take it a step further and become a Family Nurse Practitioner even more education is required and here's why.

Large donation to Fresno State
(KGPE-TV CBS 47 Fresno © 07/10/2012)
A large donation to Fresno State was announced on Monday. Fresno native and Fresno State alumni Tamsen Munger has pledged $100,000 to establish a scholarship at the university. The Tamsen Nichols Munger Program will provide scholarships of up to $4,000 to Fresno State students majoring in geology, physics, mathematics or chemistry.

Tamsen Munger pledges $100,000 to establish scholarship program
(KMPH 26 © 07/10/2012)
Tamsen Nichols Munger, a Fresno native, business woman and Fresno State alumna, pledged $100,000 to establish a scholarship endowment for the COllege of Science and Mathematics.

S&W Seed Company Sponsors New Continuing Education Course for Alfalfa Pest Management
(Market Watch © 07/10/2012)
Additionally, he was the former president and Chief executive officer of Triangle T Partners, LLC and principal of Grewal Consulting, LLC, where he addressed water, land, drainage and fertilizing, herbicide and insecticide management issues; a licensed pest control adviser and operator, he is currently Chairman of the Plant Science Advisory Council of California State University and a member of the Leadership Committee at CSU Fresno.

Fresno State gets $100,000 pledge
(Central Valley Business Times © 07/09/2012)
Tamsen Nichols Munger, a Fresno native, business woman and Fresno State alumna, has pledged $100,000 to establish a scholarship endowment for the Tamsen Nichols Munger Scholars Program, the university says Monday. It will provide scholarships of up to $4,000 to Fresno State students majoring in geology, physics, mathematics or chemistry.

Fresno State alumna gives $100K for scholarships
(The Business Journal © 07/09/2012)
Tamsen Nichols MungerFresno business woman Tamsen Nichols Munger donated $100,000 to establish a new Fresno State scholarship endowment. Fresno State students majoring in geology, physics, mathematics or chemistry can get up to $4,000 through the Tamsen Nichols Munger Scholars Program. Scholarships will be awarded to one or two students each year once the endowment is fully funded.