HSU in the News

Recognizing the expertise and achievements our faculty, staff, students, and alumni. Know of a story we should consider for HSU in the News? Email us at news@humboldt.edu.

The Washington Post (Jan 2020) - Amid Shut-off Woes, a Beacon of Energy »

A Native American tribe has insulated itself from California’s blackouts by creating a microgrid utility.

KRCR-TV (Jan 2020) - MLK Day of Service Event Reaches Capacity at all 4 Community Service Sites » Over 100 Humboldt State University students, faculty and staff gathered at 8 a.m. to serve the community on Jan. 20, including the Humboldt State University’s women’s basketball team.
Times-Standard (Jan 2020) - Humboldt County First Responders Train to Save Lives Under Fire »

Three dozen Humboldt County fire, emergency medical, and law enforcement personnel completed an intensive tactical combat critical care training.

NPR (Jan 2020) - California Reservation’s Solar Microgrid Provides Power During Utility Shutoffs »

A renewable energy microgrid at The Blue Lake Rancheria is proving to be one solution to this ongoing problem of power shutdowns.

KIEM-TV (Jan 2020) - Humboldt State University Creates $4,000 Scholarship for All Local Freshmen »

At McKinleyville high school a handful of seniors had the honor of accepting a $4,000 scholarship to attend Humboldt State University this coming fall.

KRCR-TV (Dec 2019) - Student of the Week: HSU Student-Veteran »

Meet Stevie Abbott, an eight-year army veteran and a member of Veteran Enrollment and Transition Services (VETS).

WalletHub (Dec 2019) - 2019’s States with the Best Elder-Abuse Protections »

Psychology Professor Tasha Howe among the experts who shared their thoughts on the issue of elder abuse.

KRCR-TV (Nov 2019) - HSU is Reassuring Students They’re an Inclusive Campus, Regardless of DACA Arguments »

HSU wants to reassure their students, staff and faculty that the university is committed to being an inclusive campus and will continue to provide support to those in need of it.

Times-Standard (Nov 2019) - HSU and College of the Redwoods form Partnership for Mutual Benefit »

Agreement aimed at making transfer process seamless

Times-Standard (Nov 2019) - Natalie Arroyo to Serve on Klamath River Restoration Nonprofit »

Eureka City Councilmember and HSU instructor, Natalie Arroyo, will serve as a board member for the organization heading the Klamath River’s restoration, the governor’s office announced.

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