Media Clips 8.10-8.15.2017

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Media Clips 8.10-8.15.2017

Postby ucommstudent » Tue Aug 15, 2017 8:15 am


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There's a once-in-a-lifetime eclipse coming. Here's what you need to know
(Fresno Bee © 08/15/2017)
For the Valley, “this one is going to be very similar to one in October 2014,” said Steven White, a physics professor at Fresno State and director of the university’s Downing Planetarium. “It’s actually going to be a little better than the one a few years ago, which was about 46 percent. It’ll be noticeably dimmer, kind of like an overcast day.” ... rylink=rss

Education Matters: Fresno State leadership program helps students gain important leadership skills
(KSEE 24 News (Fresno) © 08/15/2017)
"I think leadership development, especially in 2017 in our country and world is so absolutely astounding essential", said Fresno State president Joseph Castro. ... /789186120

Fresno State return to wrestling features Valley superstar visiting Save Mart Center
(Fresno Bee © 08/14/2017)
The Fresno State wrestling team secured quite a prize for the first home match of its return to the sport. ... 81872.html

Health report highlights findings in Central Valley
(Hanford Sentinel © 08/12/2017)
California in general has seen an 11 percent decrease in teen births, according to a series of reports released by the Central Valley Health Policy Institute at California State University, Fresno. ... e9cd4.html

Fresno State ranked among best public colleges
(Vida en el Valle © 08/10/2017)
MONEY Magazine has ranked Fresno State No. 31 its 50 Best Public Colleges rankings. ... 45957.html

CSU dumping remedial classes won't fix the problem of unprepared students
(Inland Valley Daily Bulletin © 08/09/2017)
FYI “The idea that students have to take courses that don’t count toward their degree costs them money and costs them time,” James Minor, CSU senior strategist for academic success and inclusive excellence, told the Sacramento Bee. “It really invites first-generation students to question whether or not they really belong in college,” he added. ... d-students
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