Student Karley Curtis works the assembly line as students helped with the first-ever wine canning at the Fresno State Winery. The Tailgate Series of wines are now available for purchase at the Gibson Farm Market and other retailers.
Campus police direct traffic during the New Student Convocation parade that took place the first week of the semester. New Student Convocation has become a growing tradition in recent years, as faculty and staff typically form a human tunnel inside the entrance to the Save Mart Center and high-five each new student. This year, it was limited to non-contact cheers and distributing welcome packets so students can learn about campus traditions and resources.
Gene Mazza, director of operations for the Save Mart Center, measures the appropriate space to place social distancing decals on the floor in preparation for COVID-19 testing being offered at the arena for those who are attending classes or working on campus.
Greg Saldate of Facilities Management sprays disinfectant on desks in a Lab School classroom in August, just before the fall semester is set to begin. There are about 81 in-person courses on campus this fall, and the campus population is limited to about 2,200 students, faculty and staff (7.5% of the overall campus population as compared to fall 2019).