February 2006 Vol. 9 No. 6

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Student Recreation Center ready to open

Opening Friday, Feb. 3, is the Student Recreation Center, part of the $17.6 million West Complex adjacent to and architecturally compatible with the Save Mart Center. The complex was funded with student fees and private gifts. 

The 92,000 square-foot, two-story building houses a 13,000 square-foot fitness center (with cardio equipment and free weights), a jogging and running track, two aerobic and dance studios, two racquetball courts, four full-size courts for basketball, volleyball and badminton, plus locker rooms and showers.

Two academic-related components are part of the complex:

  • Opening with the recreation center will be the Leon and Pete Peters Educational Center, a 300-seat state-of-the-art tiered auditorium with classrooms to host public programs, workshops and conferences. The center was made possible by a gift from the Leon S. Peters and Pete P. Peters Foundation and will begin hosting events in April.

  • Scheduled to open at the end of March is the permanent home of the Lyles Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, established in 2001 with a gift from William Lyles.

See a collection of "sneak peek" photos, including a dramatic panorama of the central atrium of the building.  Photo: www.FresnoStateNews.com


Taking the byte out of trash

Fresno State’s second electronic waste (e-waste) collection is scheduled Feb. 25 after the first e-waste recycling event brought in 20 tons of old computer monitors and TV sets and more than 10 tons of other electronic component waste. More...


 

President Welty outlines promise of university’s change and growth

Change and growth at Fresno State that have gained regional and national attention have created momentum for additional achievements in 2006, said President John in his remarks at the Spring Faculty/Staff Assembly. More...

 

Library dean Michael Gorman plans retirement
Michael Gorman, dean of library services at the Henry Madden Library since 1988, plans to retire at the end of this year. He will go on administrative leave in January 2007. When his leave comes to an end in summer 2007, Gorman will have arrived “three months short of the 50th anniversary of the day I started work at Hampstead [London] Public Library as the most junior ‘junior assistant.’” More...

 
 

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President
John D. Welty

Vice President for
University Advancement

Peter N. Smits

Associate Vice President for
University Communications

Mark Aydelotte

Director of Publications
and Web Services

Bruce Whitworth

News Director, Journal Editor
Shirley Melikian Armbruster

Public Information Specialist
Tom Uribes

Senior Writer
Lanny Larson

Editorial Assistant
Angel Langridge

 

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