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Week of: Jan 08, 2012

Staff Kim Hall, Veterans Enrollment Services and Transition Office

For the second year in a row, Humboldt State’s Veterans Enrollment Services and Transition Office is listed in the Guide to America’s Top Military-Friendly Colleges and Universities by Military Advanced Education, the monthly magazine of career advice and educational opportunities for service people. The 2012 Guide recognizes HSU for policies and practices that meet the magazine’s new, more demanding criteria for inclusion. The V.E.T.S. office is located in Lower Library Room 58 and online at humboldt.edu/veterans/community the phone number is 707/826-6272.

Faculty Marcy Burstiner, Journalism & Mass Communication

The Center for Afghan Studies at the University of Nebraska has selected the textbook Investigative Reporting: From premise to publication, authored by Assoc. Prof. Marcy Burstiner, for translation into two Afghani languages as part of a program to teach modern journalism principles and practices at the University of Kabul and prepare Afghani students for media careers.

The book will be translated into Pashto and Dari as part of a $1.3 million grant from the U.S. Embassy. Investigative Reporting: From premise to publication was published in 2009 by Holcomb Hathaway Publishers. For more information: hh-pub.com.

Week of: Jan 01, 2012

Student Ginger Fletcher-Santillan, Ana Kolpin, Environmental Resources Engineering

Students Ginger Fletcher-Santillan and Ana Kolpin recently received a mention on MAKE Magazine’s blog (http://blog.makezine.com/archive/2012/01/solar-heater-from-can-lids-and-woven-plants.html) for their parabolic solar cooker. The frame for the solar cooker was made by weaving together invasive blackberry canes. Recycled tin can lids provided the reflective surface. “I like to see the clever thinking that can result from radical design constraints,” says Sean Michael Ragan, the MAKE contributor in his review of the project. A clearinghouse for do-it-yourself projects and tips, MAKE is a quarterly publication, that is part magazine, part book, which celebrates the independent mindset.

Alumni Ariel Gruenthal, Anthropology

Anthropology alumni, Ariel Gruenthal, was recently published in the Journal of Forensics Science for an article she co-wrote on the topic of forensics. The abstract can be viewed at: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1556-4029.2011.01909.x/abstract.

Gruenthal, who graduated in 2008, was named Humboldt County’s first female deputy Coroner in 2010.

Week of: Dec 18, 2011

Student Kyle French, Geology

Geology professor Sue Cashman and Kyle French (’11, Geology) have received a mention in the third edition of Structural Geology of Rocks and Regions, a collegiate, structural geology textbook. The text explores the on-the-ground research conducted by undergraduates in Cashman’s structural geology class, as they assess damage to Ferndale Cemetery caused by the 6.5 magnitude earthquake that struck off the North Coast in January, 2010. In his senior thesis, French took that research further by comparing the directions of the toppled grave-site monuments to the likely direction of the seismic waves that caused the damage.

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