Renowned Stem Cell Research Program Secures $3.6 Million for Student Internships

Humboldt State University’s distinguished CIRM Bridges Program has once again been awarded with generous grant funding from the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM). Led by Biology Professor Amy Sprowles, HSU’s CIRM Bridges is designed to support students from diverse backgrounds committed to improving human health through stem cell research and gene therapy.

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HSU Named a Green ‘Cool School’ Again »

For the fourth year in a row, Humboldt State University has been named a “Cool School” by the Sierra Club magazine’s annual ranking of sustainability among North America’s greenest colleges and universities.

New, Local Flavors Cooking on Campus »

Thanks to several new eateries at Humboldt State University, students can fuel their studies with nutritious snacks and freshly prepared meals from local restaurants this semester. Whether it's a chai latte before a big test or Friday night burgers with friends, HSU’s vibrant food scene has your favorite food fix.

‘Living in Community:’ New Learning Certificate Promotes Healthy Housing »

To foster mutual understanding and improve the local housing climate, a free community course facilitated by Humboldt State University is now open to the public for enrollment. The product of years of advocacy between HSU and community partners, the course is designed to build relationships between the University, community, landlords, and tenants.

U.S. News & World Report: HSU Among Top Public Schools in the West »

Humboldt State is ranked as the 12th top public school in the west, and tied for 30th out of 126 public and private schools in the region, according to the 2022 Best Colleges annual ranking by U.S. News & World Report.

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EdSource (Sep 2021) - In State of the University Address, a Vastly Different Cal State from 18 Months Earlier »

In his first State of the University address Tuesday, California State University Chancellor Joseph Castro painted a picture of a dramatically changed system from the one that existed 18 months earlier.

North Coast Journal (Sep 2021) - Documenting Resilience »

New podcast highlights pandemic parenting experiences in Humboldt.

NBC San Diego (Sep 2021) - Otter Artworks Charm in Humboldt County »

What if you had a map that led you to over one hundred awesome otters, all intricately painted artworks brimming with joy, local significance, and a deep respect for nature?

Eat This, Not That (Aug 2021) - The Surprising Exercise You Stop Doing After 60, Say Experts »

Kinesiology Professor Justus Ortega on running, age, and injuries.

CNBC via NBC Miami (Aug 2021) - Climate Change Is Radicalizing Young People — Here’s What That Means and How to Combat Despair »

Environmental Studies Professor Sarah Ray has had a front row seat to the way climate change has landed on young people and most notably, how the weight of that anxiety has changed over the decade-plus years she’s been a professor.