Latest Achievements

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

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Week of: Oct 01, 2017

Staff Kristina Hunt, Academic and Career Advising Center

Kristina Hunt, Career Advisor for the College of Natural Resources & Sciences, was invited to present at The Wildlife Society National Conference in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Sept.26-28. The presentation included tips on resumes, federal resumes, cover letters, networking and interviews.

Faculty Bori Mazzag and Kamila Larripa, Mathematics

Bori Mazzag and Kamila Larripa secured funding through NSF INCLUDES WATCH US/ University of Nebraska to support undergraduate women in mathematics. The funds will help prepare HSU students for the annual Mathematical Contest in Modeling.

Student Jason Jackson, Alyssa Suarez, Antoinette Shirley, Ely Boone, Matthew Marshall, Amanda Martinez, Anna Colegrove-Powell, Indian Natural Resource Science and Engineering Program

INRSEP advisor Lonyx Landry accompanied 8 students in the INRSEP program to the American Indian Science and Engineering Society(AISES) National Conference in Denver last week. These students presented posters on their summer research, many sponsored by the HSU Rroulou’sik REU program supporting Native American students in Science (Directed by Wildlife professor Matt Johnson).

Week of: Sep 24, 2017

Staff Steve St. Onge, Housing and Residence Life

Dr. Stephen St. Onge, Director of Housing and Residence Life and Steve McKenzie, Associate Director for Housing Facilities will present “Designing an Emergency Response Program” at the national Association of College and University Housing Officers International Facilities Conference in Atlanta, GA on October 17, 2017.

Faculty Laura Johnson, Geography

Dr. Laura Johnson published an article in the Journal of Rural Studies titled ‘Gendering strategies for civic agriculture: The case of Blue Ridge Women in Agriculture and the High Country Farm Tour.’ The article can be accessed here:

Faculty Dr. Alison Holmes, International Studies

Holmes was invited to be a mentor to graduate students and young faculty as part of the ‘Pay it Forward’ program of the International Studies Association. Designed to encourage women and diversity in the discipline, this was the first time the program took place at a regional conference. Holmes also presented a paper and returned to the Executive of ISA-West.

Faculty Katia Karadjova, Library

Katia Karadjova presented two papers at the European Conference on Information Literacy (ECIL) at St-Malò, France, Sept 18-21, 2017: (1) Librarians’ Understanding of Information Literacy in Bulgarian Academic Libraries: A Case Study, (2) Dare to Share the Silence: Tools & Practices of Contemplative Pedagogy in a Library Brain Booth, co-authored with Marissa Mourer. Both papers are accepted for publication in Springer’s Communications in Computer and Information Science.

Week of: Sep 17, 2017

Staff Arianna Thobaben,  

Arianna Thobaben, HSU’s Supplemental Instruction Coordinator, was just awarded re-certification as a Supplemental Instruction Coordinator by the International Center for Supplemental Instruction at the University of Missouri in Kansas City.

Faculty Jeff Dunk, Environmental Science & Management

Jeff Dunk coauthored a paper entitled “First-year dispersal of Golden Eagles from natal areas in the southwestern United States and implications for second-year settling” in a special issue (dedicated to Golden Eagle studies) of the Journal of Raptor Research.

The paper can be found at:

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