What's News 9/17

What’s News—a collection of updates from the media and our own news website



FPU’s spots on the U.S. News & World Report’s 2019-2020 college and university rankings were reported twice:



The September/October 2019 issue of Christian Leader magazine includes contributions by several people connected to FPU, including seminary faculty Lynn Jost, Old Testament professor and program director and director of the Center for Anabaptist Studies, and Brian Ross, D.Min., assistant professor and program director, Christian ministry, master of divinity and M.A. in Leadership and Culture; alumni Brian Wiebe, Annette Wiebe and Lynn Kauffman; and board member Xavier Piña christianleadermag.com


GV Wire noted the 75th Anniversary September 13 gvwire.com/2019/09/13/kaiser-permanente-grants-help-local-schoolkids-get-fit-stay-hydrated/


Valley arts writer Donald Munro previewed two FPU events:


Alumnus Allan Hollman was named principal of Mountain Vista High School, according to the September 4 Madera Tribune maderatribune.com/single-post/2019/09/04/Robotics-leader-to-head-Mountain-Vista-High




On September 7 The Criterion, the Colorado Mesa University student publication, published an article on that school’s volleyball game with FPU thecrite.com/coloradomesau/mavericks-look-solid-in-first-two-victories-of-the-season/


Sunbird volleyball matches against Lubbock Christian University were covered September 7 on LCU’s sport website lcuchaps.com/news/2019/9/7/womens-volleyball-lady-chaps-win-a-pair-providing-polk-her-first-wins.aspx



On the FPU news website are items on two events hosted by the Center for Community Transformation: Sacred Streets training and the Social Business Plan Workshop; and the U.S. News rankings. More at fresno.edu/news/all