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Week of: Jan 14, 2018

Shannon Berge Academic and Career Advising Center

Mark your calendars! Career and Volunteer Expo! February 15, 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm, West Gym

Over 100 employers and volunteer agencies will be offering career positions, summer jobs, internships, volunteer opportunities and more! Come dressed for success with your resume in hand. Employers will be conducting informal interviews and taking applications.

Employer representatives will provide general career information and answer questions about summer, seasonal, internship, and permanent employment opportunities in a variety of fields.  The community organizations will provide information about volunteer and service learning opportunities.

To help students get ready, the Academic and Career Advising Center is hosting “Getting Ready: Career and Volunteer Expo” workshop Tuesday, February 13 from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm in Library 114.

The Academic and Career Advising Center also reminds students that employers are looking for professional people to hire and first impressions make all the difference. A display in the first floor Library showcases various professional outfits with college budgets in mind. The Academic and Career Advising Center also offers a free professional clothing rack in Gist Hall 114.

“Dress to impress and bring your resume,” says Amy Martin, Employer Relations Coordinator at the Academic and Career Advising Center, “They definitely hire students at the event.” Students can get a quick resume review during the Academic and Career Advising Center’s Drop-in hours, Monday through Friday from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm.

For more information or for a full list of organizations attending the Expo visit the Academic and Career Advising Center’s webpage, or stop by Gist Hall 114.

Week of: Jan 07, 2018

Maia Cheli Schatz Energy Research Center

The Schatz Energy Research Center is pleased to announce the Donald and Andrea Tuttle Fellowship for Clean Energy Studies at HSU. The Tuttles have established this annual fellowship as part of an effort to tackle the challenges posed by climate change, and to reduce its impacts on humanity and ecosystems. The fellowship will support graduate students in Environmental Systems who intend to research or conduct project work in renewable energy, energy efficiency, or related areas in the clean energy field.

The Tuttle Fellowship will provide $15,000 in financial support for one academic year. The recipient is also eligible to be employed on research projects at the Schatz Center (typically, quarter-time throughout the academic year). The fellowship may be renewed once, based on performance and at the discretion of Schatz Center directors and the selection committee, for a second year of study.

The Tuttle joins two fellowships already associated with the Schatz Center: the Blue Lake Rancheria Fellowship for Clean Energy Studies and the Schatz Energy Fellowship. Current year fellows are working with Center projects in off-grid energy access and smart grid technologies.

All graduate student applicants in the Environmental Resources Engineering (ERE) and Energy Technology and Policy (ETaP) pathways of the Environmental Systems program are eligible for fellowship consideration. February 1 is the annual application deadline for admission into the graduate program at Humboldt State.

For more information, visit, email , or call (707) 826-4345.

Week of: Nov 19, 2017

Applications Sought for 32nd Annual CSU Student Research Competition Office of Research, Economic & Community Development

The Humboldt State Office of Research, Economic & Community Development is encouraging students to participate in the 2018 CSU Student Research Competition.

Students must submit a written summary of their research or creative presentations to the Office of Research by Monday, February 5, 2018. If selected, students will compete at CSU Sacramento on May 4 or 5, 2018.

HSU hopes to advance 10 students to the statewide competition, and is looking for competitive applications. The Office of Research will reimburse approved travel costs for each student selected to represent HSU at the state level.

For competition rules, see:

Direct all questions to Susan Brater at (707) 826-5165 or .

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