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Endowed Scholarship Honors Rowing Coach Robin Meiggs

Recently retired Humboldt Women’s Rowing Coach Robin Meiggs was honored during halftime Thursday evening at the women’s basketball game, and the recognition ended with a surprise that will help support student-athletes for generations.

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Dean Lisa Bond-Maupin Named Interim Provost »

The following message was sent to HSU faculty, staff, and students: Lisa Bond-Maupin, who serves as HSU’s Dean of the College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences, has been appointed Interim Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs.

HSU Foundation Expands Social- and Eco-Conscious Investments »

The Humboldt State University Foundation--the University’s charitable foundation--has increased its investments in socially and environmentally responsible institutional mutual funds to 26 percent. That’s well beyond the initial goal of 10 percent. And that could soon increase even more.

HSU and CR Presidents Sign Agreement that Strengthens Partnership, Advances Higher Education »

The College of the Redwoods and Humboldt State University formalized a longstanding partnership on Friday, with the overall goal of making the path to a four-year degree seamless for students who transfer.

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KRCR-TV (Nov 2019) - HSU is Reassuring Students They’re an Inclusive Campus, Regardless of DACA Arguments »

HSU wants to reassure their students, staff and faculty that the university is committed to being an inclusive campus and will continue to provide support to those in need of it.

Times-Standard (Nov 2019) - HSU and College of the Redwoods form Partnership for Mutual Benefit »

Agreement aimed at making transfer process seamless

Times-Standard (Nov 2019) - Natalie Arroyo to Serve on Klamath River Restoration Nonprofit »

Eureka City Councilmember and HSU instructor, Natalie Arroyo, will serve as a board member for the organization heading the Klamath River’s restoration, the governor’s office announced.

Microgrid Knowledge (Nov 2019) - Airport Microgrid in Northern California Looks to Create Replicable Model »

An airport microgrid is moving forward on the far northern coast of California that could provide relief for planned utility power shutoffs and be a template for other, similar projects.

EdSource (Nov 2019) - As Fires Rage, Pressure Mounts to Train California’s Next Generation of Forest Stewards »

“Forestry is a little bit invisible to most folks. Most people think of park rangers and that’s a very limited way of looking at land management,” said Forestry Professor Erin Kelly.