Latest Achievements

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

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Week of: Apr 26, 2020

Faculty Brianne Hagen, Garrett Purchio, Kimberly Stelter, and Tim Miller, Library

Hagen, Purchio, Stelter, and Miller co-authored the book chapter, Make Your Escape: Experiences with Gamified Library Programming in the book Games and Gamification in Academic Libraries, published by ACRL Press. The chapter is about gamifying information literacy instruction using escape rooms. Their chapter will also be featured in a webinar on games and gamification in information literacy instruction through the Association of Southeastern Research Libraries (ASERL) on May 30th, 2020.

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Week of: Apr 19, 2020

Faculty Matthew Derrick, Geography

Matthew Derrick, chair of the Department of Geography, Environment, and Spatial Analysis, was elected to the executive committee of the CSU Academic Council on International Programs for the 2020-21 academic year.

Faculty Dr. Jen Maguire Ph.D, MSW, Social Work

Dr. Maguire co-authored the article: Researching food and housing insecurity among America’s college students: lessons learned and future steps. College and university faculty, staff, and administrators are increasingly aware that their student body is experiencing basic need challenges including food and housing insecurity. As a result, a small but developing body of literature is emerging that documents the prevalence and implications of food and housing insecurity among college students.

Faculty Marissa O'Neill Ph.D, MSW & Pam Bowers Ph.D, MSW, Social Work

Published: Resilience among homeless college students: co-constructed explorations
The purpose of this manuscript is to describe the co-constructed resilience of homeless college students and to bring awareness to an unrecognized subpopulation that could benefit from increased intervention and support. Qualitative interviews using an appreciative inquiry lens with ten homeless college students were conducted in a rural public university in the United States.

Student Jasmine Shen, Environmental Science & Management

ESM graduate student Jasmine Shen was awarded the COAST Graduate Student Research Award, which will help to fund her Masters research studying invertebrate drift on the Trinity River.

Faculty Dr Alison Holmes, Samuel Lipiec, Ileanna Spoelstra, International Studies

International Studies Program Leader Dr Alison Holmes and two students – Samuel Lipiec (INTL) and Ileanna Spoelstra (PSCI & INTL) had an article accepted by the Diversity Abroad journal, Global Impact Exchange, entitled “Stepping From Behind the Redwood Curtain:
A Cultural Wealth Model to Support Study Abroad at Humboldt State University” based on campus data and interviews conducted by the students.

Week of: Apr 05, 2020

Faculty Kaitlin Reed, Native American Studies

Kaitlin Reed, Assistant Professor, Native American Studies presented her paper “Engaging ‘Radical Relationality’ in Environmental Governance: The Yurok Tribe’s Approach to Water and Forest Management” at the American Association of Geographers Conference, held virtually, April 6-10

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