How does a species move from “endangered” to “non-threatened” status and what are the implications of that move? Ecologist and conservation biologist Dan Doak will discuss the recovery of imperiled species in the annual Lamberson Ecology Lecture, a free public event on Friday, Feb. 19 at 6 p.m.
Three HSU ensembles bring the sounds of drums and marimbas to Fulkerson Recital Hall—along with gongs, tin cans and random radio music—in a Percussion Showcase on Sunday, Feb. 21.
The First Street Gallery presents “Just Cause,” a two-person exhibition of sculpture, paintings, drawings and mixed-media works by the artists Donovan Clark and Jeremy Hara, through March 6. Their art is a mélange of pop, conceptual, and graffiti approaches that showcase the artists’ craft while gleefully playing with and subverting a variety of popular tropes within our culture.
Humboldt State University is one of 44 colleges nationwide selected for a First-Year Experience pilot program coordinated by the Association of American State Colleges and Universities (AASCU).
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Student Andrew Slack, Nicholas Zeibig-Kichas, Forestry & Wildland Resources:
Andrew Slack, a graduate student, Nicholas Zeibig-Kichas, an undergraduate student, and Dr. Jeff Kane recently published an article in Forest Ecology and Management entitled “Contingent resistance… »
Faculty Steve Martin, Environmental Science & Management:
Dr. Martin has received the U.S. Forest Service Chief’s 2015 National Award for Excellence in Wilderness Stewardship Research.
The award committee provided the following statement about… »
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Shannon Berge Academic & Career Advising Center
It is our pleasure to announce two new staff members of the Academic and Career Advising Center team.
Kristina Hunt is the new Career Advisor for the College of Natural Resource and Sciences.… »
Art Student Eric Ruiz in News from Native California Art
The Winter 2015/16 edition of “News From Native California” includes an article about HSU Art student Eric Ruiz. Titled “Retelling Our Histories, Imprinting Our Futures,” the… »
Library Hosts Book of the Year Film Series University Library
The HSU Book of the Year Committee is pleased to announce the Book of the Year Film Series titled Klamath Film Fridays.
Three screenings will take place in the Library’s Fishbowl (Room… »