A member of the Fresno Pacific University staff is part of a statewide program to create leaders and promote social justice and equity in higher education.
Silvia Rojas Arrendondo is a founding board member of the Educational Leadership Institute, sponsored by The James Irvine Foundation. Young professionals from public schools and agencies as well as public and private colleges and universities throughout California were nominated for the group.
Helping people manage choices, skills and gifts in ways that integrate Christian faith with financial responsibility is the goal of an educational and spiritual program coming to Fresno Pacific University March 23.
Stewardship University, sponsored by Mennonite Mutual Aid, offers four-hour seminars on key stewardship topics:
In deciding to honor educators, Fresno Compact honored Fresno Pacific University President Harold Haak.
The creation of the Harold Haak Business Partnership Educator of the Year Award was announced March 6 during Fresno Compact’s Business-Education Shareholder’s Luncheon. The prize will be given each year to an educator with an outstanding track record of building partnerships between business and education.
See a step toward solving the teacher shortage and talk to school administrators, the teachers of tomorrow and those who educate the educators as Fresno Pacific University hosts its annual Education Job Fair March 14 in the campus Special Events Center. Interviews will be from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and about 40 school districts are expected to send representatives to interview approximately 100 FPU graduates.
Lions and Christians and Fresno Pacific University—Oh my!
Androcles and the Lion is the spring mainstage production at FPU. Performances will be at 8 p.m. March 21-23 and at 2:30 p.m. March 24 in Ashley Auditorium on the university campus. Admission is $6 for general audiences, $3 for FPU students, faculty and staff and $3 for other students and those over 65.