Updates about the latest publications and other achievements by our faculty, staff and students
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Student Thomas King, Jessica Citti, Learning Center / Writing Studio Permalink
Peer Writing Consultant Thomas King (English) and Dr. Jessica Citti (Learning Center / Writing Studio) facilitated a workshop on writing center practice at the National Conference on Peer Tutoring in Writing (NCPTW) in Tacoma, WA.
Student Brian Tissot, Et al., HSU Marine Lab Permalink
Humboldt State University faculty and students had a major impact at the Western Society of Naturalists Meeting in Monterey, Calif., last weekend. With 51 registered participants HSU had the biggest showing of any university. Students and faculty presented 11 fantastic talks and 11 great posters. The special meeting also celebrated the 100th anniversary of the Society. Download the meeting’s full program, including presentation abstracts, here: http://www.wsn-online.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/WSN_2016_Long_Program_FINAL-1.pdf
Faculty Chelsea Teale, Geography Permalink
Dr. Chelsea Teale, Geography, published “Wetlands of New Netherland” in the Hudson River Valley Review, relating colonial Dutch terms for wetlands to their modern-day US Fish and Wildlife classifications. Another paper also accepted for publication by New York History examines the uses and modifications of wetlands in pre-1800 agriculture. Geography major Dan Cooper (‘16) also worked as a research assistant under an Undergraduate Research & Creative Activities grant and continuing an Island Invasives and Eradication Programs database project by Dr. Teale that began at the University of Georgia Institute of Ecology.
Faculty Dr. Kishan Lara-Cooper, Child Development Permalink
The National Center for American Indian Development (NCAIED) has selected Dr. Kishan Lara-Cooper as a recipient of the prestigious “Native American 40 Under 40 Award” to acknowledge her leadership, initiative, advocacy, dedication, and significant contributions to Native communities throughout North America.