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Week of: Feb 17, 2019

Faculty Joseph C. Diémé, World Languages and Cultures

Published a chapter in a book entitled “Black French Women and the Struggle for Equality:1848-2016”. Published by University of Nebraska Press, October 2018.

Faculty Cindy Moyer and Garrick Woods, Music

On Friday, February 15, Music Professors Cindy Moyer and Garrick Woods presented a session at the California All-State Music Education Conference in Fresno, CA. Entitled “Above the First Position,” the session addressed pedagogical strategies for teaching technique and music reading skills for intermediate violin, viola, cello, and bass students.

Faculty Sondra P Schwetman, Art

New article in Sculpture Digest entitled “Easy Hardware Store Sculpture Molds”

https://sculpturedigest.com

Faculty Sondra Schwetman, Art

Sondra Schwetman has been accepted into an international exhibition entitled “100% Woman” at the Stichting White Cube Gallery in Alkmaar, the Netherlands in October of 2019.

Week of: Feb 03, 2019

Staff Kristina Hunt, Academic & Career Advising Center

The Academic and Career Advising Center’s Career Clothing Closet was featured on KIEM-TV. “Walking into an interview, first impressions are important. At Humboldt State University, local community members cleared their closets to help students look the professional part….”

https://hsu.link/ACACCareerClothingClosetNews

Faculty Lucy Kerhoulas, Allyson Carroll, Jim Campbell-Spickler, Forestry & Wildland Resources

Professor Lucy Kerhoulas and Research Associates Allyson Carroll and Jim Campbell-Spickler are featured in a five-year exhibit at the California Academy of Sciences called “Giants of Land and Sea.” The exhibit features their research on redwood trees. Read more about it here: https://www.kqed.org/science/1926434/the-giants-of-california-how-redwoods-and-whales-got-so-big

Faculty Julie Alderson, Kim Vincent-Layton, Center for Teaching and Learning

Julie Alderson and Kim Vincent-Layton co-published an article in POD Speaks, titled “Starting a center for teaching and learning”. It can be viewed at: https://podnetwork.org/content/uploads/PODSpeaksIssue3_StartingCTL.pdf

Faculty Laura Johnson, Geography

Dr. Laura Johnson published a research article in Gender, Place and Culture, titled “Becoming ‘enchanted’ in agro-food spaces: Engaging relational frameworks and photo elicitation with farm tour experiences.” It can be viewed here: https://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/mTAjiir83NYpVqkkaTvq/full?target=10.1080/0966369X.2018.1541867

Faculty Alison Holmes, International Studies

International Studies Program Leader Alison Holmes, together with Professor Paul Amar of UC Santa Barbara, was asked to conduct an external review of the CSU-Long Beach International Studies Program – a flagship in the CSU system and model in the country.

Week of: Jan 27, 2019

Faculty Ellery Ames (co-authors: Håkan Andréasson, Anders Logg), Mathematics

Published paper in Physical Review D: Cosmic string and black hole limits of toroidal Vlasov bodies in general relativity.

https://journals.aps.org/prd/abstract/10.1103/PhysRevD.99.024012

Faculty Lonny Grafman, Environmental Resources Engineering

Spanish edition of new book, Atrapando la lluvia, hit number 1 new release in Environmental Studies on Amazon.

http://bit.ly/amazonlluvia

Student Kevin Landaw (co-authors: Shaughnessy, F. J., Jones, A. , Glazebrook, M. , Tyburczy, J. , Ray, J. , Nelson, T., Abell, J.), Biological Sciences

Poster. ADJUSTMENTS TO EELGRASS LEAF AREA INDEX IN HUMBOLDT BAY BASED ON DESICCATION AND WASTING DISEASE LESIONS. Western Society of Naturalists, Tacoma, WA.

http://www.wsn-online.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/WSN_2018_Short_Program_v1031.pdf

Student Saskia Raether (co-author: Shaughnessy, F.J.), Biological Sciences

Poster. SEAWEED COMMUNITY STRUCTURE ALONG ENVIRONMENTAL GRADIENTS IN AN OCEAN-DOMINATED ESTUARY. Western Society of Naturalists, Tacoma, WA.

http://www.wsn-online.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/WSN_2018_Short_Program_v1031.pdf

Faculty Frank Shaughnessy (co-authors:Abell, J. , Tyburczy, J. , LeBlanc, E. , Jones, A. , Ray, J. , Lopiccolo, J. , Nelson, T., Raether, S. , Landaw, K., Biological Sciences

Poster: SPATIAL DIFFERENCES IN EELGRASS BED CONDITIONS IN HUMBOLDT BAY, CA THAT COULD AFFECT THE CO2 DRAW-DOWN FUNCTION OF THE PLANT. Western Society of Naturalists, Tacoma, WA.

http://www.wsn-online.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/WSN_2018_Short_Program_v1031.pdf

Student Gerardo Ureno (co-authors: Nelson, T., Abell, J., Bespalova, D. V., Encinas, K. M., Shaughnessy F. J., Jones, A., LeBlanc, E., Landaw, K., Ray, J., Tyburczy J., Biological Sciences

Presented poster: VARIABILITY OF INVERTEBRATE COMMUNITIES AMONG EELGRASS BEDS IN HUMBOLDT BAY: IMPLICATIONS FOR CO2 DRAWDOWN. Western Society of Naturalists, Tacoma, WA.

http://www.wsn-online.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/WSN_2018_Short_Program_v1031.pdf

Student Gynell Higby, Nicole Perry, Joshua Maldonado, Johnny Rasnic, Mihn Nguyen, Joseph Wertzberger, Jade Williams, Briana Ramirez, Austin Schenk, Skye Gibney, Eric Malekos, Charlin Duff, Madeline Vasilevich, Kelly Randazzo, Kyle Smith, Ezra Moreno, Daisy Montalvo and Kamila Larripa, Mathematics

Seventeen students competed in teams in the International Mathematical Contest in Modeling over a four day period in January. Students were challenged to analyze, clarify and write solutions to an open and timely problem. Students come from departments across the CNRS and were hosted in the Mathematics Department.

Faculty Jeffrey Kane, Forestry & Wildland Resources

Jeff Kane was invited to give a seminar entitled “Litter flammability of North American trees: Ecological insights and management implications” as part of the forestry seminar series at Purdue University on January 29th, 2019.

Faculty Jared Larson, Politics

In the last month, Jared Larson has had two articles published. The first, “La identidad ibérica frente a la identidad europea: Huellas iberistas en Señas de identidad, A jangada de pedra y Sostiene Pereira,” published by Romance Notes (a comparative literature journal based at UNC-Chapel Hill), examines Iberian political culture through three 20th-century novels. The second, published online in SAGE’s Research Methods Cases series, considers “Using Contextual Variables in the Comparative Historical Analysis of the Politics of Migration in Spain and Portugal.”

Faculty Dan Aldag, Music

Dan Aldag with jazz great Matt Wilson and the HSU Jazz Orchestra, presented a clinic at the Jazz Educators Network national conference entitled “Getting Off The Page: Moving Your Big Band Beyond Written Arrangements”

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