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Provost Search Update

Dear UHD Community,

As you are well aware, our institution has been engaged in a search for the University’s next senior vice president for Academic and Student Affairs and Provost. 358 more words


Bhupinder Singh uses physical therapy to combat childhood obesity

The Central Valley is home to some of the highest childhood obesity rates in the state of California, which is why Dr. Bhupinder Singh, an assistant professor in the… 491 more words


Karen Nephew's award-winning watercolor paintings depict California landscapes

For Karen Nephew, the art of watercolor allows her to make scenic California views come to life one paint stroke at a time.

She has been creating watercolor paintings for seven years with art ranging from paintings of the charming cottages that line the city of Carmel, to the lush green landscapes of Yosemite, to the sea life that inhabits the central coast. 899 more words


New faculty development initiative begins at UAPB

Dr. Mildred Pearson, Professor of Education at Eastern Illinois University, was the presenter during the newly created faculty professional development workshop at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff recently. 452 more words


Emanuel Alcala receives prestigious fellowship to further asthma research

This article is reprinted from the UC Merced Newsroom, as written by Jason Alvarez of University Communications. Originally published Nov. 9, 2017.

Very few people will admit to an abiding love of statistics. 505 more words


CHHS students study health care abroad in Central Europe

Studying abroad is an unforgettable experience that gives students the chance to explore the world and see new perspectives beyond their reach. From May 26 to June 10, 11 College of Health and Human Services students (from various majors) traveled to Prague, Budapest and Berlin and immersed themselves in the European experience. 1,141 more words


Fresno State ranked No. 3 nationally for 'social mobility'

The following article is reposted from fresnostatenews.com, as written by Tom Uribes. Originally published Oct. 27, 2017.

Imagine an America in which only the wealthy and elite could afford an education. 348 more words