Burlingame youth is National Geographic California Geography Bee champion

Tuvya Bergson-Michelson, a seventh grader at Nueva School in Burlingame, correctly answered a question about canals in ancient Persia to become the 2014…

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Finance students win international investment competition

A team of Fresno State business students who learn to invest by managing real money earned first place in an international student-managed portfolio competition…

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Engineering students to host international competition

Civil engineering students from as far as China and Canada will be on campus this weekend for the international Mid-Pacific Conference April 3-5 with various…

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Campus honor society inducts President Castro

The Fresno State chapter of the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi surprised President Joseph I. Castro on April 2 by inducting him into membership as he “starts…

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Weeklong Earth Day celebration underway

Fresno State is celebrating Earth Day all week on campus with a series of free, public events on sustainability, leading up to the Earth Day Fair from…

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Valley economic index points to slow but steady growth

For the 15th time in the past 16 months, the San Joaquin Valley Business Conditions Index rose above the growth neutral threshold. The index, produced…

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New CSU program to help build STEM student success

Fresno State was selected to host three volunteers from the new California State University STEM AmeriCorps VISTA Program during the 2014-2015 academic…

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