Media Clips 1.31.2017

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Media Clips 1.31.2017

Postby ucommstudent » Tue Jan 31, 2017 10:04 am


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Fresno State President Against Trump’s Immigration Orders
(KMJ Now © 01/30/2017)
Fresno State President Joseph I. Castro issued this statement through the university on Monday saying he and other CSU Presidents are concerned about President Donald Trump’s executive orders regarding immigration. ... on-orders/

Fresno State President Joseph Castro Responds to Immigration Ban
(YourCentralValley © 01/31/2017)
Joseph Castro responded to President Trump's executive order via email to Fresno State students and staff. ... /647524204

Bulldog Pride Fund receives $71,000 bequest
(The Business Journal © 01/31/2017)
The bequest is the second bestowed to the BPF, an endowed scholarship fund established under the auspices of the Fresno State Alumni Association (FSAA). The first was a $100,000 legacy gift from the Estate of William Beck received in 2008. ... 00-bequest

Fresno State president talks campus additions, achievements
(Visalia Times-Delta© 01/30/2017)
A new preforming arts center may soon be coming to Fresno State. ... /97263238/

Fresno State's Castro joins CSU presidents in opposing Trump immigration order
(Fresno Bee © 01/31/2017)
Fresno State President Joseph Castro joined the 22 other California State University presidents Monday to oppose the executive order issued by President Donald Trump that bans immigration from certain Middle Eastern countries. On Friday Trump issued a 90-day ban on allowing immigrants from seven countries where Muslims are the majority, Iraq, Syria, Iran, Sudan, Libya, Somalia and Yemen. ... 22289.html

Bitwise hosts Fresno State career program for upcoming professionals
(KFSN ABC 30 Fresno © 01/31/2017)
"We believe a strong Central Valley begins with a strong downtown," Dr. Scott Moore said. "So, we've partnered with Wells Fargo and several community-based organizations to offer workshops, all for free." Moore is the dean of the Division of Continuing and Global Education at Fresno State. The school will soon put on its first free "Career Readiness Academy" at Bitwise. ... -/1728590/
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