The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 11,000 times in 2014. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 4 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.
That’s a fun fact shared by our 2014 wordpress year in blogging annual report. Want to see the whole report? Click HERE.
The Fresno State campus is back to business as staff and administration make their way back after a nice and relaxing holiday break. We have a lot of exciting events and news in store for this coming spring semester and can’t wait to share it with you all!
We also look forward to seeing our students return when classes resume on January 15th. In the meantime, here is a look back at some of our top stories from the fall of 2014:
- Presidential Collaborative launched to provide student funding/scholarships. MORE.
- Nursing Program receives over $600,000 in grant funds. MORE. Leads to opening of new clinic. MORE.
- Kinesiology students recipients of undergraduate research grant. MORE.
- Meet our new CHHS faculty! MORE.
- Former CHHS Dean, Dr. Andrew Hoff, receives Top Dog award. MORE.
- New Honors Scholars program welcomes inaugural cohort. MORE.
- $1.2 Million grant to improve quality of sign language interpretation. MORE.
- Bulldog alums vie for national athletic trainer title. MORE.
- Children’s Institute receives $502,000 grant to support infant mental health. MORE.
- $606,226 social work grant to help train those working with Latinos. MORE.
- 2nd annual Celebrating our Engagement event. MORE.
- Central Valley Health Policy Institute and Public Health Department work to combat air pollution in valley. MORE.
- Alumni nurses honored at Veteran’s Day Parade MORE.
- CHHS gifted $100,000 to support student research. MORE.
- Public health professor honored for work in soutwest Fresno. MORE.
- Physical Therapy students present posters at statewide conference. MORE.
- Recreation Administration launches Play It Forward project. MORE.
- Remembering public health student, Ana Tapia. MORE.