Latest Achievements

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

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Week of: Dec 22, 2019

Faculty Dr. Sarita Ray Chaudhury, Business

Dr. Ray Chaudhury’s article “Encouraging undergraduate students to ‘self-learn’ digital marketing using infographics: An exploratory study,” has been published in the Innovations in Teaching Education International Journal.
E-print available at:
https://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/KDSCMBYHFVWUXHHK5E3G/full?target=10.1080/14703297.2019.1706617

Week of: Dec 15, 2019

Student Sarah Ray, Vicky Sama, and Rosemary Sherriff, Environmental Studies, Journalism, Geography

Check out the fabulous short Climate Solutions news pieces that students produced in Vicky Sama’s Intro to Video Production class, in collaboration with students in Rosemary Sherriff’s Climate, People, and Ecosystems (GEOG) class and Sarah Ray’s Climate Change (ENST) class! Students interviewed people in the community doing great things for environmental health and social justice. Follow the link here: https://nutshumboldts.wordpress.com/climate-solutions/

Faculty Kamila Larripa, Mathematics

Kamila Larripa has been selected for the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute’s summer research program. She will work with collaborators on mathematical modeling of retinal degeneration while in residence.

Staff Nievita Bueno Watts, INRSEP

Dr. Nievita Bueno Watts and Ezerom Yosief, student in the Department of Chemistry, presented their work entitled “Geoscience Alliance: A Visualization of the Decadal Growth of a Native American Mentoring Organization” at the American Geophysical Union conference on December 11, 2019.

Staff Nievita Bueno Watts, INRSEP

Dr. Nievita Bueno Watts presented her talk entitled “Geoscience Alliance: Report on a Decade of Success of a Native American Mentoring Organization” as an invited speaker to the American geophysical Union conference on December 11, 2019.

Faculty Wyeth Wunderilch, Edward Davis, Jasper Oshun, Margaret Lang, Geology

Jasper Oshun and two HSU students presented at the American Geophysical Union Annual Conference in San Francisco. The work is part of a Geoscientists Without Borders Award directed by Jasper Oshun and Margaret Lang (ERE).
Wyeth Wunderlich (MS, Environmental Systems-Geology) presented a poster on water storage in high Andean wetlands.
Edward Davis (B.S. Geology, 2019) presented a poster on geophysical imaging of the subsurface of an Andean watershed.
Jasper Oshun presented a talk explaining the importance of bofedales, or peatlands, in sustaining flow in mountain catchments.

Faculty Alison Ruth Holmes, International Studies

Alison Holmes, Program Leader for International Studies, was invited by the Deputy Mayor for International Affairs for Los Angeles and the USC Center for Public Diplomacy to a private event on city and subnational diplomacy. She moderated a panel on practical challenges and discussed her recent work on California as a global actor.

Faculty Kerri J Malloy, Native American Studies

Kerri J. Malloy, Lecturer in Native American Studies, presented his paper “A Paradox of Transitional Justice: Settler Colonialism without Regime Change” at the Prevention Activism: Advancing Historical Dialogue in Post-Conflict Settings conference at Columbia University, New York City, December 12-14, 2019

Week of: Dec 08, 2019

Faculty Sarah Jaquette Ray, Environmental Studies

Dr. Ray was invited by the Walter Capps Center for Ethics, Religion, and Public Life at UC-Santa Barbara to give a talk on December 4 on “Coming of Age at the End of the World: An Existential Toolkit for the Climate Generation.”

Faculty Katia G. Karadjova, Library

Librarian Katia Karadjova and the lead Brain Booth student assistant, Amelia Towse, were invited to present on “Recent Trends in Mindfulness and Contemplative Pedagogy in Higher Education” at the California Academic & Research Libraries (CARL) Annual Conference, April 1-3, 2020, Costa Mesa, CA.

Faculty Vincent Biondo, Religious Studies

Vincent Biondo presented “God, Data, and Michael Jordan: On the Border between Sport and Play,” on Nov. 23, 2019 at the American Academy of Religion Annual Meeting in San Diego.

Faculty Sara Hart, Religious Studies

At the San Diego Convention Center on November 24, 2019, Dr. Sara Jaye Hart successfully presented her paper, “Semper Fidelis: The Popular Arts of the Challenge Coin, USMC Attire, and Combat Memoir,” for the American Academy of Religion Annual Meeting.

Faculty Ellery Ames, Mathematics

Dr. Ellery Ames and collaborators Haakan Andreasson (Gothenburg University) and Oliver Rinne (HTW-Berlin) have been accepted to the Research in Pairs program at the Oberwolfach Institute for Mathematics.

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