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.

Sarasota Herald-Tribune (Apr 2019) - UF ecologist, water resources expert is Florida’s first chief science officer »

HSU alumnus Thomas Frazer to serve as the state’s first chief science officer.

GeekWire (Mar 2019) - Darrell Cavens and Mark Vadon of Zulily and Blue Nile fame invest in Seattle startup Rad Power Bikes »

Entrepreneurs invest in e-bike company founded by HSU alumni.

The Weather Channel (Mar 2019) - California in ‘Extreme Peril’ From Fire Threat, Gov. Gavin Newsom Says, Declares Statewide Fire Emer »

Assistant Professor Harold Zald on fire intensity of logging sites.

Center for Health Journalism (Mar 2019) - In California’s far north, a vast food desert makes for hungry kids »

Poverty rates in Del Norte County, according to HSU’s California Center for Rural Policy.

North Coast Journal (Mar 2019) - HSU’s El Leñador Wins Multiple Awards »

HSU’s student-run bilingual newspaper won first place in six categories in the 2019 California College Media Association statewide awards competition.

Lost Coast Outpost (Mar 2019) - Eureka Councilmember Natalie Arroyo Honored as ‘Woman of the Year’ by Assemblymember Jim »

HSU lecturer honored for her commitment and to the community.

Lost Coast Outpost (Feb 2019) - HSU Students Know Their Grass: Science Team Places First Among U.S. Universities at Plant Identifica »

HSU students placed first in the U.S. and third in North America at a plant identification contest.

Smithsonian Magazine (Feb 2019) - ‘Scientists Model How Prehistoric Shark Cut Through Prey With ‘Scissor Jaws’ »

Faculty member Allison Bronson on the “bite-and-slice technique of Edestus.”

Inside Higher Ed (Jan 2019) - ‘An Overlooked Solution For Diversifying STEM’ »

HSU’s learning community, Klamath Connection, is noted for its efforts to support STEM students. Read more about Klamath Connection

Los Angeles Times (Dec 2018) - ‘Here’s How California Can Solve Its Wildfire Problem’ »

Forestry & Wildland Resources Professor Jeff Kane on the use of prescribed burns for wildfire management.

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