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Updates about the latest publications and other achievements by our faculty, staff and students

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Week of: Jan 30, 2011

Staff Faculty: James Floss. Staff: Pamela Lyall, Rebecca Kalal, Peggy Metzger, Clint Rebik, Multiple (Communications/Library/Admissions/FinAid/Registrar)

Staff and Faculty lend their voices to raise $10,000!

James Floss (Communications), Pamela Lyall (Library), Peggy Metzger (Financial Aid), Rebecca Kalal (Admissions) and Clint Rebik (Registrar) recently raised $10,000 for a local arts organization during “The Road to ZOUNDS-ibar” live radio show.

Described as “Prairie Home Companion collides with Saturday Night Live in a Humboldt County twist” the original show was written in part by Floss, Metzger, and Rebik, and featured zany characters, songs, and sketches created by the ensemble.

The show is available as a podcast from the KHUM website. Link:

Faculty Lori Dengler, Geology

Lori Dengler represented the United States at the 7th International Workshop on Coastal Disaster Prevention, held January 26 – 28 in Tokyo Japan and presented a paper “Building Tsunami-Resilient Communities in the United States”.

Week of: Jan 23, 2011

Faculty Brent Duncan, Professor, Department Chair, Psychology

Brent Duncan recently returned from a research trip to Vietnam, his second in the past 6 months. In addition to delivering an invited paper to the 2nd International Conference on School Psychology in Vietnam, he visited 4 universities regarding collaboration with US universities to train school psychologists for work in Vietnamese public schools. With colleagues from Long Beach Unified School District, CSULB and Chapman University, he then conducted a 32-hour training on delivering mental health services in schools, sponsored by Hanoi National University of Education. More than 40 university lecturers and school-based psychologists from throughout Vietnam attended the workshop.

Student Kristin L. Mack, Theatre, Film & Dance

“Sweet Mother of God”, a ten-minute play written by Theatre Arts graduate student and Office of Admissions staff member Kristin Mack, was selected as a finalist for the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KCACTF) for Region 7. It was one of only 6 plays selected in our region, which includes Washington, Oregon, Alaska, Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, Idaho, northern California and northern Nevada.

KCACTF will be hosted on-campus at HSU this year, February 14-18th.

Week of: Jan 16, 2011

Faculty Matt Nelson (grad student) and Sean Craig (faculty), Biological Sciences

Published a paper in Marine Ecology Progress Series this week entitled:

“Role of the sea anemone Metridium senile in structuring a developing subtidal fouling community”

Vol. 421: 139–149, Jan 17th, 2011

link to full paper (open access):

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