HSU in the News

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Lost Coast Outpost (Sep 2019) - 9/11 First Responders Honored With Morning HSU Stair Climb » Arcata Police Department, Arcata Fire District and other community members made a trip up to Humboldt State University Wednesday morning to commemorate the 18 years that have passed since the September 11 attacks in New York City.
KIEM-TV (Sep 2019) - Humboldt State University Introduces Text Messaging AI HumBot »

With a new chatbot, HSU students have information right on their fingertips.

Hearst (Aug 2019) - Hearst Foundations Present Summer 2019 Grants »

The Hearst Foundations have announced that 81 grants valued at $9,315,000 have been awarded to deserving nonprofit organizations.

Times-Standard (Aug 2019) - Bringing Music to Schools: HSU Piano Club Holding Instrument Drive »

he Humboldt State University Piano Club, with assistance from the Humboldt Light Opera Company, has donated more than 85 violins to several Arcata schools.

Long Reads (Aug 2019) - The Young Man and the Sea Sponge »

SpongeBob SquarePants, created by HSU alumnus Stephen Hillenburg, turned 20 this summer.

BBC (Aug 2019) - How the Views of the few can Determine a Country’s Fate »

Psychology Professor Amber Gaffney says small minorities with a strong view can play a surprisingly large role.

NBC News (Jul 2019) - Cloning Giant Redwoods Could Help Combat Climate Change »

Humboldt State University and the University of Washington study shows redwoods sequester more carbon than other forests.

Inside Higher Ed (Jul 2019) - ‘Addressing Homelessness and Housing Insecurity in Higher Education’ »

Social Work Professor Jen Maguire, other professors author a book on college students’ basic needs.

Los Angeles Times (Jul 2019) - Where to Find California’s Moon Trees, Grown from Seeds Taken Aboard an Apollo Mission »

The Apollo 14 carried seeds from different species of trees into space. Those seeds came back to Earth and were given away to Humboldt State and other communities across the U.S.

Wired (Jun 2019) - Blame Utilities for Wildfires, but Blame Everyone Else, too »

“I think we were all caught somewhat unaware about how severe the impacts of climate change have been and how quickly they have manifested,” says Peter Lehman, founding director of HSU’s Schatz Energy Research Center.

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