Updates about the latest publications and other achievements by our faculty, staff and students
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Faculty Barbara Clucas, Wildlife Permalink
Wildlife faculty member Barbara Clucas has published a paper in the academic journal “Urban Ecosystems” titled “How much is that birdie in my backyard? A cross-continental economic valuation of native urban songbirds.” The study presents the first attempt at estimating the economic value of enjoying common native urban songbirds in Seattle, Wash. and Berlin, Germany.
Faculty Rollin C. Richmond, Office of the President Permalink
Former Humboldt State University President Rollin Richmond has received the title of President Emeritus by the California State University Board of Trustees. The designation, which commends Richmond’s years of distinguished service, came during the Trustee’s July 22 board meeting.
Text of the resolution is available at the California State University website: http://calstate.edu/bot/agendas/jul14/Plenary.pdf
Student Club Molly Shea, Wildlife Permalink
Molly Shea (‘16, Wildlife) recently represented HSU at the Collegiate Sports Sustainability Conference in Boulder, Colorado, where the Waste Reduction and Resource Awareness Program was presented with an award for its high diversion rate in the 2013 Game Day Challenge. The Game Day Challenge is a national competition to promote waste reduction at university and college football games. Shea is coordinator for R.O.S.E., the Reusable Office Supply Exchange on campus.
Faculty William F. Wood, Chemistry Permalink
Professor William Wood was recently interviewed in an Outside magazine article on skunk spray. Wood specializes in chemical ecology, or the way plants and animals use chemicals to convey messages in nature. He is an Emeritus Professor in Chemistry. For the full article.
Faculty William Reynolds, Psychology Permalink
Psychology Professor William Reynolds has received a lifetime achievement award from the American Psychological Association. The award is granted to those who demonstrate a sustained program of scholarship of exceptional quality throughout their career. For the past 32 years, Reynolds’ research has focused in part on developing methods and procedures to assist school psychologists in catching students before they fall in life-threatening ways.