Media Clips 5.3.2017

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Media Clips 5.3.2017

Postby ucommstudent » Wed May 03, 2017 11:33 am

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Nimble Collective Teams with CSU for Summer Program, Scholarships
(Animation Magazine © 05/03/2017)
Silicon Valley’s Nimble Collective — creators of the first cloud-native animation collaboration platform — has teamed up with California State University’s Summer Arts Program to offer scholarships as well as professional animation mentorship for this July.
http://www.animationmagazine.net/school ... olarships/

CSU extinguishes tobacco use
(The Collegian © 05/03/2017)
FYI - The policies set for Fresno State will reflect the instructions given by the CSU, but policies may vary across all campuses.
http://collegian.csufresno.edu/2017/05/ ... bacco-use/

Distract Yourself Forever with Instagram’s Best Collection of Science Toys
(Creators.vice.com © 05/03/2017)
Physics is fun, and Dr. Raymond Hall, a professor of Physics at California State University-Fresno, wants people to know it.
https://creators.vice.com/en_us/article ... collection

Fresno makes last-ditch push to keep state FFA meet
(Capital Press © 05/03/2017)
City and California State University-Fresno leaders are making a last-ditch attempt to keep the FFA’s annual state convention from leaving town. Fresno Mayor Lee Brand and Fresno State President Joe Castro told a local radio station last week they were taken by surprise by the California FFA’s decision to move its conference to Anaheim next year.
http://www.capitalpress.com/California/ ... e-ffa-meet

New Poll Examines Valley Views On Water, Immigration, Health Care
(Valley Public Radio © 05/03/2017)
There’s a new set of public opinion polls out on the views of San Joaquin Valley residents on a variety of issues, from the effort to repeal the Affordable Care Act to water and immigration. They’re the work of the Institute for Leadership and Public Policy at Fresno State. Thought to be the first public opinion poll of its kind dedicated to the eight county region.
http://kvpr.org/post/new-poll-examines- ... e#stream/0
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