Psychology Research Links Social Isolation to COVID-19 Protocol Resistance

As health officials continue to implore the public to wear masks and practice social distancing, recent research by Humboldt State University Psychology Professor Amber Gaffney provides key insights into connections between social isolation, conspiratorial thinking, and resistance to COVID-19 protocols.

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Watch the Spring Welcome 2021 [VIDEO] »

President Jackson welcomed the campus community to the Spring semester in an address on Jan. 14.

Dr. Elavie Ndura Named AVP for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion »

Dr. Elavie Ndura has been appointed the Associate Vice President for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion and Campus Diversity Officer for Humboldt State University. She begins in this new role on Jan. 4.

Young Screenplay Writers Named Winners at CSU Media Arts Festival »

A Humboldt State student and recent graduate have been recognized for their creativity and talent across California State University at the 30th annual CSU Media Arts Festival.

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Jefferson Public Radio (Jan 2021) - Insurrection Coverage, Social Cancellations, and More: Signals & Noise »

Humboldt State University Journalism Chair Victoria Sama examines the media landscape.

The Mercury News (Jan 2021) - San Jose State football finishes No. 24 in final AP rankings »

NCAA football: San Jose State Spartans stay in AP top 25 despite Arizona Bowl loss.

The New York Times (Jan 2021) - Baby Megalodons Were 6-Foot-Long Womb Cannibals, Study Suggests »

The research appears to confirm that, even as newborns, the extinct sharks were very, very big.

Times-Standard (Dec 2020) - VIDEO: Fauci Predicts ‘a Very Challenging Few Months’ in California »

California State University and Humboldt State University leaders take part in COVID Q&A.

ESPN (Dec 2020) - The Unlikeliest Unbeaten of the College Football Season is San Jose State’s Traveling road show »

“Our good friends at Humboldt [State], in a lot of ways, they saved our season, and we’ll never forget it,” athletic director Marie Tuite said. “They’ll be our adopted school for a very, very long time.”