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HSU’s Class of 2017: We’re Proud of You!

More than 1,700 graduates celebrated their big moment with family, friends, faculty, and staff on Saturday, May 13.

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Featured News

Evaluating the Climate and Environmental Impacts of Biomass Energy Systems in California »

A massive tree die-off in California’s forests and a burgeoning biomass energy industry may seem like circumstances that point toward an obvious solution, but the environmental implications of more biomass energy have yet to be fully explored.

HSU Students Win Top Awards at CSU Research Competition »

HSU students took home first and second place awards at the 31st Annual California State University Student Research Competition at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.

Lori Dengler Honored for Contributions to California Tsunami and Seismic Safety »

For her exceptional leadership as a scientist, writer, educator, communicator and advocate of tsunami research and preparedness, the Seismological Society of America (SSA) honors Lori Dengler with the 2017 Frank Press Public Service Award.

Power of Print: Journal Gives Students a Voice of Their Own »

Watching a grandmother’s birthday party via Skype seems like a quotidian action. Not to HSU student Marissa Lisette Sánchez, who writes: Lo que no saben es lo especial que mi abuelita es para mí (“They do not know how special my grandmother is to me”).

Historical Look at a Steel Industry Giant »

Humboldt State University Press is pleased to announce its newest publication, “American Prometheus: Carnegie’s Captain, Bill Jones,” a historical memoir of Captain Bill Jones, whose inventions and innovations transformed America’s steelmaking industry.