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Week of: Jan 09, 2011
Karp Appointed Interim Director of HSU’s Sponsored Programs Foundation »

Steve Karp has been appointed Interim Director of Sponsored Programs Foundation at Humboldt State University.

CSU Employee Update - Budget »

The following was provided by the CSU Chancellor’s Office

Governor’s Budget Proposal Includes Deep Cuts for the CSU

The California State University will receive a $500 million—or 18 percent—reduction in state support in the 2011-12 budget proposed by Gov. Jerry Brown today. Dealing with an estimated $26 billion budget deficit, Brown said, “The cuts will be painful, requiring sacrifice from every sector of the state.”

Going Baroque for Music Scholarships at HSU »

A brand new ensemble of 27 North Coast community musicians is going Baroque for HSU student scholarships, in a benefit concert on Saturday January 22 in Fulkerson Recital Hall, at the special early time of 7 pm.

CenterArts Presents Chamber Orchestra Kremlin »

CenterArts presents Chamber Orchestra Kremlin on Tuesday, March 8th, 2011 at 8 p.m. in the Van Duzer Theatre, HSU. Tickets are $65 general, $65 Senior/Child and $35 HSU students. Tickets are available at the University Ticket Office, at the Works in Eureka and at

CenterArts Regrets the Cancellation of the State Symphony of Russia Performance »

CenterArts regrets the cancellation of The State Symphony of Russia performance scheduled for Sunday, January 23, 2011, at 3 p.m. in the Van Duzer Theatre, HSU.

New Parking Permit Dispensers Coming to Campus »

Five new parking permit dispensers have been installed in several parking lots across Humboldt State University’s campus as of Tuesday, Jan. 18, the first day of the spring semester. In addition to increasing the number of dispensers from four to five on campus, the new units accept debit and credit cards and coins.

Student’s Research Gives Clues to Famed Pirate’s Identity »

There is an old pirate legend about a forgotten place on the Trinity River named Sailor’s Bar. The place has all but disappeared in the riverside undergrowth, but historical memory of the saga has been newly revived—and revised—by a Humboldt State University undergraduate.

Deadline Approaches for 2011 Economic Fuel Competition »

Friday, January 28 is the last day to register for the 2011 Economic Fuel Student Business Challenge.

Week of: Jan 02, 2011
HSU Names Vice President for Enrollment Management/Student Affairs »

Humboldt State University has named Dr. Peg Blake its new Vice President for Enrollment Management and Student Affairs. Today marks her first official day on campus.

CSU Employee Update »

The following was provided by the California State University Chancellor’s Office

New Trustee Appointed to CSU Board

Hsing Kung has been appointed to the California State University Board of Trustees. The appointment was made Dec. 30, 2010 by outgoing Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Week of: Dec 05, 2010
McKinleyville Pen Pals ‘Judge’ HSU Math Students »

Fifth-graders at Morris Elementary School in McKinleyville will make a field trip Tuesday morning, Dec. 7, to meet with their semester-long pen pals: aspiring elementary school teachers at Humboldt State University who will give hands-on math presentations to their young protégés.

An Ellington Jazz Christmas with the HSU Jazz Orchestra »

The HSU Jazz Orchestra presents a rare treat, the entire Duke Ellington version of the Nutcracker Suite, along with a composition by an Arcata High grad and a possible world premiere of a rediscovered piece by a jazz pioneer, on Saturday December 11 in Fulkerson Recital Hall.

A Double Fantasy at Humboldt Symphony and Singers Christmas Concert »

Special guests join the annual combined concert of the Humboldt Symphony, University Singers and Humboldt Chorale on Friday and Sunday December 9 and 11 at Fulkerson Recital Hall, in a program that includes a double fantasy. But the emphasis as always is on music for the holiday season.

HSU-NOAA Team Fills Gap in Ocean Monitoring »

A collaborative effort of Humboldt State and NOAA’s National Marine Fisheries Service has begun to bridge a major historical gap in monitoring the northern section of the California Coastal System.

Campus Awarded Nearly $75G for Service Learning »

Humboldt State University has been awarded three state and federal grants totaling $74,000 to finance academically-related service learning in the North Coast community. Service learning integrates classroom study with hands-on community service projects.

First Street Hosts Holiday Exhibition »

Humboldt State University First Street Gallery is pleased to present A Regional Holiday Exhibition, through Dec. 23. Featured in the show will be artwork by twenty-two artists from California’s North Coast, who work in diverse styles and mediums.

Week of: Nov 28, 2010
A Soulful Evening with Rumi at HSU »

He is described as America’s best-loved, most popular and best-selling poet. Born 800 years ago in Persia, the poet and mystic called Rumi is a contemporary global phenomenon. Now his work has inspired North Coast actors and musicians to create “An Evening with Rumi,” presented by the HSU Department of Theatre, Film and Dance for two weekends, beginning December 2.

A Christmas Festival with the HSU Symphonic Band »

At the climax of its December 3 concert, the HSU Symphonic Band reveals again the full if often hidden power of some classic Christmas songs with Leroy Anderson’s vibrant collage called “A Christmas Festival.”

A Birthday Party with HSU Calypso Band & Percussion Ensemble »

The Humboldt State Calypso Band celebrates its 25th anniversary with a composition appropriately called “Birthday Party” by Len “Boogsie” Sharp. The Calypso Band was founded in the spring of 1986 by Dr. Eugene Novotney, who is still the groups’ leader and director. This is the first of a series of concerts all year celebrating this milestone.

‘Tis the Season for the Madrigal Singers and MRT Jazz »

Once again the HSU Madrigal Singers in Renaissance costume jump-start the Christmas spirit, and the smaller ensemble of MRT Singers swing tunes from the jazz era to U2 and Neil Young, in their combined concert on Sunday December 5 at Fulkerson Recital Hall.

HSU Tops in Logging Competition »

Humboldt State University’s Logging Sports team captured first and second overall in the annual California Conclave competition in November, hosted by Cal Poly San Luis Obispo and held at the Cal Poly Swanton Pacific Ranch just north of Santa Cruz. A contingent of 24 HSU students participated and many of them placed first in individual events. They competed with teams from Cal Poly, UC Berkley, Modesto Junior College and Central Oregon Community College. HSU senior Jess Engle captured the Belle of the Woods award for the overall best female competitor.

Environmental Science students team up to host Free e-Waste Collection »

Whether it’s a busted space heater or an old cell phone, most people have electronic waste – or e-waste – taking up space in their homes. What most people may not know is that recycling e-waste properly can have a positive impact on social and environmental conditions throughout the world.

HSU to Test Upgraded Emergency Alert System Dec. 7 »

Humboldt State University will conduct a 15-minute test of its expanded emergency alert communications system on Tuesday, Dec. 7, at 10:45 a.m., including a new network that combines an audible alert, voice-warning and strobe lights. The additional network is designed to ensure that the maximum number of people on campus would be notified in the event of an actual emergency.

Report: Child Care Gap Leaves Employers in Lurch »

Budget cuts, low salaries and staff reductions are depriving Humboldt County families of needed child care, leaving preschoolers short-changed and making it harder for employers to fill jobs, according to a new analysis by Humboldt State University’s California Center for Rural Policy. The report was commissioned by the Local Child Care Planning Council.

HSU Lauded for Campus Water Conservation »

Humboldt State University won the top spot among college campuses looking to reduce water use in residence halls as part of the inaugural Campus Conservation National competition.

HSU’s JackPass Program Celebrates Millionth Rider »

Humboldt State University’s JackPass Program, which allows students unlimited free rides on all Humboldt County buses, celebrated its 1 millionth rider on Thursday with the arrival of the 2:24 p.m. Arcata & Mad River Transit’s Red Route.

Week of: Nov 21, 2010
Golden Memorial Date Expected Shortly »

The family of Professor William G. Golden expects to announce a memorial date and arrangements after the Thanksgiving holiday for the late professor of chemistry and chair of two science departments at Humboldt State University.

HSU Suspends Spring Admissions for Nursing »

Humboldt State University has suspended admissions to its Nursing Program for Spring 2011, due to ongoing difficulties within the department.

ART 3 Fundraiser: Three great ways of supporting the arts and students at HSU »

Humboldt State University’s Art department invites you to the Reese Bullen Gallery for its annual fundraising exhibition, Art3, held Dec. 1 – Dec. 9. Art3 incorporates three ways to support the HSU Art Department: a miniature show of 3” x 3” x 3” pieces, a silent auction of faculty and alumni artwork, and art gift baskets. Over 100 miniature 3”x 3” x 3” works, donated by faculty and students will be sold for ten dollars each and various artworks donated by HSU’s art faculty, staff, and alumni will be included in a silent auction.

Students help bring in over $1 million in donations »

A Jenga tower leans atop a table in the room. Jenga is the game of the night for HSU’s dedicated student callers. Anyone who brings in a donation pledge that night gets to take a turn.

Week of: Nov 07, 2010
From Miles to a Space Oddity: Jazz Combos Groove at HSU »

Three all-star HSU jazz combos perform classics and original tunes in their fall concert at Fulkerson Recital Hall on Friday November 12.

Humboldt Bay Brass Band - Plus 50 Vuvuzelas - Honors World Cup and Veterans Day »

Humboldt Bay Brass Band concerts are known for adding audience fun to the musical menu. On November 13 in Fulkerson Hall the prime candidate is “Groovuzela,” an original piece that features some 50 vuvuzelas—the instrument that millions around the world learned about during this year’s World Cup.

Students to Vote on IRA Fee Hike »

A student referendum on an increase to the Instructionally Related Activities (IRA) fee is set for Dec. 7, 8 and 9.

Global Studies Expert Anchors HSU’s International Education Week »

Ann Marie Stock, Professor of Hispanic Studies and Film Studies at the College of William & Mary in Virginia, where she is Dean of International Affairs and acting head of the Reves Center for International Studies, is the keynote speaker for International Education Week, Nov. 15-19, at Humboldt State University.

CSU Approves Tuition Increases Needed to Sustain Enrollment Levels, Classes and Student Services »

The following was provided by the California State University Chancellor’s Office.

(November 9, 2010) – The California State University Board of Trustees Committee on Finance today approved a two-step tuition increase needed to sustain enrollment, classes and services for current students.

For Exercise Nutrition Program, Online Presence Means Improved Access »

Exercise, health, nutrition – and the Internet? Combining technology and teaching is expected in Computer Science and Engineering programs, but the Department of Kinesiology and Recreation Administration has developed a way to combine interactive, online teaching with exercise and nutrition education.

HSU Takes Expanded Small Business Role »

Humboldt State University, a Lead Small Business Development Center in the California State University system, is part of a new CSU agreement with the California Small Business Development Center Network to augment backing of the state’s small businesses.

The California State University Employee Update »

The following was provided by the California State University Chancellor’s Office

CSU Raises Tuition (State University Fee) to Sustain Enrollment, Classes and Services

The CSU Board of Trustees this week approved a two-step tuition (State University Fee) increase needed to sustain enrollment, classes and services for current students.

HSU Geography Marks 10th Annual China/Tibet Field Studies Program with student presentations »

“Fenced round with snow, the headland of all rivers, where the mountains are high and the land is pure”.

Though spoken by an anonymous Tibetan poet centuries ago, these evocative words have inspired over 100 HSU undergraduate students to explore and document the geography of China and the Tibetan Plateau over the last decade.

Humboldt State, McKinleyville Alumnus Named CSU Trustee »

Humboldt State University alumnus Steven Dixon (’10), formerly of McKinleyville, has been appointed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to the California State University Board of Trustees.

Week of: Oct 31, 2010
It’s Not Over Until Red Riding Hood Sings: Opera Workshop Presents Operatic Fairy Tales »

Pinocchio sings Mozart, Jack and the Giant do Gilbert and Sullivan, and the evening’s not over until Little Red Riding Hood sings Offenbach: It’s the HSU Opera Workshop performing four classic fairy tales using music by operatic greats.

Outstanding Prof Lectures on Embryo Development »

Biology Professor Jacob Varkey, Humboldt State’s Outstanding Professor of the Year 2009-2010, will deliver a free public lecture on whether sperm contribute to the early development of an embryo on Wednesday, Nov. 17, at 5 p.m. in Van Duzer Theatre. An informal reception will follow in the theater lobby.

Redwood Region’s Death Rate Is State’s Highest »

Death rates from all causes in the four-county redwood region were the highest in the state, 2000-2008, and Humboldt County’s was the highest of all, according to key trend data brought together for the first time by the California Center for Rural Policy at Humboldt State University.

Luke Trout: Uncovering Ancient Civilizations »

Luke Trout’s interest in archeology began early in life – with Easter eggs.

As a child, Trout would ask his family to hide the colored eggs over and over again. When his father began to manage ranch land in Colorado, Trout’s interest in Easter eggs shifted to the arrowheads he discovered there. The rest, he says, is history.

HSU Alum Wins Tsunami Readiness Laurel »

Humboldt State University alum Kathleen Fairchild (’05), a graduate student in the Environment and Community Master of Social Science Program, has received the Community Leader Award from the Redwood Coast Tsunami Work Group for her master’s project to bolster the tsunami readiness of the Big Lagoon community and Big Lagoon Rancheria.

Bear-Proof? Student Tests Wilderness Food Containers »

In the old “Yogi Bear” cartoons, you had to be “smarter than the average bear” to steal a camper’s food. But Kate McCurdy (M.S. NRPI, ’06), found that improperly stored food can attract even the average bear to a backpacker’s campsite.

Unique Parent Donation has a Personal Touch »

Jay Perrine has been a hands-on parent in his daughter Danielle’s education since preschool. So, when Danielle decided to pursue her Environmental Science degree at Humboldt State in 2007, it was just a matter of time before Jay found a way to lend a hand.

Networking Deemed Vital to Ethnic Entrepreneurs »

Social and business networking is essential to rural-based ethnic entrepreneurs if they are to become more profitable, according to a first-of-its-kind survey by the California Center for Rural Policy (CCRP) at Humboldt State University, partnered with HSU’s Institute for Spatial Analysis.

Week of: Oct 24, 2010
Incident in Residence Halls ends with Suspect Arrested »

Humboldt State University, Arcata, Calif.—A suspect was arrested Sunday morning at approximately 2:30 a.m., after allegedly committing unauthorized entry to the residence halls areas of the Humboldt State University campus and assaulting several residents and Housing Staff members. Injuries were reported, however no persons involved with the incident required hospitalization.

HSU Student Composers Free Concert »

New music by HSU composition students will be performed by faculty, Music Department staff musicians and students in a free concert on Friday October 29.

Campus Dialogue on Race Highlights Civil Rights in California »

Six days of events are on tap for the Campus Dialogue on Race, Nov. 1 through Nov. 6.

Week of: Oct 17, 2010
Homecoming & Family Weekend Wraps Up and We’ve got Photos »

A big thanks to the hundreds of alumni, parents, families and students who made their way to campus for Homecoming & Family Weekend.

Ancient Australian Welcomed to HSU Campus »

Humboldt State University’s Department of Biological Sciences hosts a ceremonial planting of the Wollemi pine (Wollemia nobilis), a rare ‘living fossil’, on Friday, Oct. 29 at 3 p.m. next to the southeast corner of Science Building A, north of the lecture hall Science B 133.

HSU Cyclist Wins National Collegiate Championship »

HSU’s Justin Graves won the Men’s Div. II downhill race at the Collegiate Mountain Bike National Championships on Sunday, Oct. 17, in Truckee, Calif. Graves’ victory against the best mountain bikers in the country makes him a Collegiate National Champion and earns him the prestigious stars and stripes jersey given only to national champions.

Treats and a Trick with the Humboldt Symphony »

The Humboldt Symphony ushers in Halloween this fall with some spooky music treats and an extra-musical trick. It’s all part of a family-friendly concert on Saturday October 30 in Fulkerson Recital Hall.

HSU Exchange Student’s Probe of Tick-Borne Diseases Nets Prestigious Fellowship »

Humboldt State University student Du Cheng has received the American Society for Microbiology Undergraduate Research Fellowship. The prestigious program recognizes highly competitive students who intend to pursue Ph.D. or MD/Ph.D. degrees.

Week of: Oct 10, 2010
Campus Hosts Forums on IRA Fee Proposal »

Humboldt State University has started a series of campus-wide forums and other communications efforts about a proposal to increase and reapportion annual IRA (Instructionally-Related Activities) fees to cover mounting costs.

How Could This Be? Classic “M. Butterfly” Opens at HSU »

How could this be?

An apparently worldly French diplomat has a love affair with his “perfect woman,” a Chinese opera star. The affair goes on for some twenty years, from the 1960s into the 1980s, and in all that time the diplomat never realizes that his beloved is in fact a man.

Impress Your Family with the Symphonic Band and Jazz Orchestra »

Just in time for Homecoming and Family Weekend, the HSU Symphonic Band and Jazz Orchestra share the first (mostly) student concert of the school year on October 16 in the Fulkerson Recital Hall.

HSU Cyclists Head to MTB National Championships »

Cycling Club riders Justin Graves, Kevin Pabinquit and Joe Mulleary will represent HSU in the Collegiate Mountain Bike National Championships Oct. 15 to 17, in Tahoe, Calif. Graves and Pabinquit will compete in the gravity events— the four cross (4x), where riders race four at a time down a course with several jumps and berms, much like the snowboard cross you saw at the Olympics. Riders qualify for the final round by winning their heat.

Schatz Lab’s Hands-On Hydrogen Energy Program Adds $15K to DoE Project »

Hands-on fuel cell research at HSU just got a hand up.

The Schatz Energy Research Center has been granted an additional $15,000 from the Department of Energy for its Hydrogen Energy in Engineering Education, or H2E3, program in partnership with UC Berkeley.

Unique HSU Degree Gains Unanimous Reaccreditation »

The Department of Sociology’s Master’s Degree in Public Sociology, Ecological Justice and Action at Humboldt State University, one of only two such programs nationwide, has been reaccredited until 2017 as a “very innovative and successful” curriculum.

HSU to Test New Audible Alert System, Sunday Oct. 17 »

Arcata, Calif.—Humboldt State University will be testing a new audible alert and strobe light warning system designed to alert the campus in the event of an emergency.

HSU Students Win Awards at SACNAS Conference »

HSU undergraduate students won several awards for best poster at the SACNAS conference (Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science) held on September 30 to October 3 in Anaheim, Calif.

Week of: Oct 03, 2010
CSU Employee Update Oct. 4 »

The following was provided by the California State University Chancellor’s Office.

CSU Opens Fall 2011 Application Period

The CSU’s application period for the fall 2011 term for first-time freshmen and community college transfers opened October 1 and runs through November 30. A significant number of applications is anticipated, and prospective students are being encouraged to apply early and no later than the deadline date since most CSU campuses will stop accepting applications after that date. Last year, a record 609,000 prospective students applied for admission to the CSU, up 28 percent from the previous year.

Economic Fuel 2011 to Launch Oct. 19 »

Economic Fuel will launch with a Winner’s Forum and Entrepreneur Mixer on Tuesday, Oct. 19. The forum starts at 6:30 in the Kate Buchanan Room at HSU. Last year’s winners to be featured include Alia Dunphy from Eden Home, Benjamin Adduru from iWalk Senior Exercise Consulting (formerly Humboldt Home Health Services), Kashi Albertsen from Luscious Gardens, and Kyle Visser from Shred Tec.

Finding Home: An Eclectic Evening with Soprano Elisabeth Harrington and Friends »

With HSU faculty and graduates collaborating—including one of her own former students—soprano and HSU Music professor Elisabeth Harrington sings an eclectic program of opera, art songs, musical theatre and jazz, in concert at Fulkerson Recital Hall on Saturday October 9.

HSU Wildlife Team Racks Up 9th Championship »

Humboldt State University’s highly successful Wildlife Quiz Bowl Team won the 2010 National Wildlife Quiz Bowl Oct. 5 in Snowbird, Utah, marking HSU’s ninth victory in 11 years in the national and regional contests.

Homecoming & Family Weekend Offers Something for Everyone, Oct. 15-17 »

With an arts showcase, kayak tours, classes without quizzes and more, Humboldt State has expanded its annual Homecoming & Family Weekend to make this year’s event bigger and better.

Indigenous Peoples Week Celebrates Native Culture »

Monday marks the kick off of Indigenous Peoples Week, and with five days of events planned, there are plenty of chances to explore issues facing Native Americans today.

CA Budget Increases CSU Funding for the First Time Since ‘07 »

The following was provided by the California State University Chancellor’s Office.

The 2010-2011 California state budget restores $199 million to the California State University and provides an additional $60.6 million for enrollment growth. The final budget will increase the system’s General Fund support from $2.35 billion (2009-2010) to $2.62 billion, marking the first restoration of state funding to the CSU since 2007.

HSU Cycling Rocks UC Berkeley »

Humboldt State University’s cycling club scored eight victories in this weekend’s collegiate mountain bike races in the Bay Area. UC Berkeley hosted the events. On Sunday morning, HSU Cycling won three races in a row, starting with the Men’s C short track cross-country events. Andrew Spickerman took the early lead and was passed by a UC Berkeley rider heading into the last lap. But Spickerman stuck to his competition’s wheel and the two sprinted uphill to the finish line where Spickerman came through for the win.

Week of: Sep 26, 2010
HSU Screens Sex & Disability Film Oct. 7 »

Continuing a new series on disability awareness, Humboldt State University will host a film screening and discussion of sex and disability on Thurs., Oct 7, at 6 p.m. in the new College Creek housing complex adjoining L.K. Wood Boulevard.

HSU, CR Host Book-of-the-Year Launch »

Kicking off the public side of the 2010/2011 Book of the Year program, Humboldt State University will sponsor a conscious-eating film series starting Wed., Oct. 13, and HSU and College of the Redwoods will host the authors of Plenty: Eating Locally on the 100-Mile Diet at CR’s Science Night at its Eureka campus on Fri., Oct. 22.

Legendary Pianist Natalya Antonova in Concert and in Class at HSU »

Natalya Antonova is the definition of a living legend, as a pianist and as a teacher. She is coming to Humboldt State University in both of these roles, culminating in an all-Chopin concert on Saturday evening, Oct. 2. For local audiences and students “it’s an incredible opportunity,” said pianist and HSU Music professor Daniela Mineva.

CSU Will Admit New Students for Winter/Spring 2011 »

The following was provided by the California State University Chancellor’s Office.

(September 27, 2010) – While the state budget continues to be negotiated and the associated state general fund support has not been finalized, the California State University will admit up to 30,000 qualified applicants for the winter/spring 2011 terms. Campuses will begin mailing out letters of acceptance today.

Historic Transfer Bills Signed Into Legislation by Governor »

The following was provided by the California State University Chancellor’s Office.

(September 29, 2010) – Senate Bill 1440, the Student Transfer Achievement Reform Act (STAR Act), was signed into law today by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger. The new statute, which will take effect in the fall of 2011, will allow students a simplified and well defined path for transferring from a California Community College to the CSU. Additionally, Assembly Bill 2302, a complementary bill that encourages the University of California to follow a similar course, was also signed by the governor.

HSU Students Create California Atlas for K-12 Classrooms »

This fall, a new California atlas will be distributed to K-12 classrooms throughout the state. The atlas titled “California: A Changing State,” was created by 14 undergraduate and graduate Geography students at Humboldt State University. The project was directed by the California Geographic Alliance, an arm of the National Geographic Society.

HSU Associated Students Looking to Register 800 New Voters »

The 2010 California election is set for Nov. 2, and Humboldt State’s Associated Students has set a goal of registering 800 new students by Oct. 18.

Donors Support Humboldt State with Big Increase in Private Gifts »

Humboldt State University received over $5.9 million in gifts and private sector research grants in the 2010 fiscal year, an increase of 67 percent over the previous year.

Alumni Giving Making an Impact on Campus »

This year, a number of campus projects will be funded through the Humboldt Loyalty Fund, a major way for alumni to contribute to the university.

Campus Joins in Quake Preparedness ‘Shakeout’ Oct. 21 »

Humboldt State University Geology Professor and seismic expert Lori Dengler urges everyone to participate in the statewide Great California ShakeOut earthquake drill at 10:21 a.m. on Oct. 21, a preparedness exercise in “drop, cover and hold on” protection.

HSU Top Scholar Urges Interdisciplinary Agriculture »

Humboldt State Wildlife Management Professor Matthew Johnson, HSU’s 2009/2010 Scholar of the Year, will deliver a free public lecture, “Farms & Feathers: Linking Bird Conservation, Agriculture, and Education,” on Wed., Oct. 27, at 5 p.m. in Van Duzer Theater. An informal reception will follow in the theater lobby.

HSU Alum Awarded Prestigious “Genius Grant” for Bee Research »

For one HSU alum, a passion for beekeeping has grown not only into a successful academic career, but also recently earned her a $500,000 “genius grant” from the MacArthur Foundation.

Week of: Sep 19, 2010
New Trio Plays New Trio: Vipisa’s Debut with World Premiere »

It’s a new trio premiering new music. But of course, there’s a backstory.

Study: At-Risk Elderly Need Improved ‘Walkability’ »

The North Coast’s growing senior population is consistently more prone to falls than the rest of California’s aging, and an array of preventive measures could reduce falls by 20-30 percent, according to findings of Humboldt State University’s California Center for Rural Policy.

‘Activist’ Art on Tap at First Street Gallery »

Humboldt State University’s First Street Gallery will host “Revolutionary Realism,” the largest exhibition to date of drawings by North Coast activist artist Chuck Bowden, Oct. 2 through Nov. 9.

Social Work Creating HSU’s First Online Degree »

Humboldt State University will soon begin offering its first fully online degree, a program designed for rural and tribal social workers. The online bachelor of arts degree in Social Work will be launched by Fall 2011.

Recycling Program Gets New Name, Focus »

With an eye toward reducing waste, the recycling program on campus has a new name. The Waste Reduction and Resource Awareness Program (WRRAP), formerly the Campus Recycling Program, has changed its title to better reflect the focus of its work.

HSU Library Taking Part In “Snapshot: One Day In The Life Of California Libraries” »

The HSU Library is joining libraries across the state in participating in “Snapshot: One Day in the Life of California Libraries” on Monday, October 4 to show how important academic, public, school, and special libraries are to the state of California.

Less is More in Student Energy Competition »

Humboldt students are aiming to take the top slot in a new national energy competition this November. The name of the game is the Campus Conservation Nationals. And to win, they must “compete to reduce.”

Banned and Recovered—Artists Respond to Censorship »

Humboldt State University’s Reese Bullen Gallery hosts Banned and Recovered: Artists Intervention, a travelling exhibition of works by 37 artists, presented by California Exhibition Resources Alliance (CERA) and funded by the James Irvine Foundation.

HSU Sets Up New Audible Alert System »

Humboldt State University is installing a custom-designed audible alert, voice-warning and strobe light system to ensure the maximum numbers of people on campus are notified in the event of an emergency.

First Street Presents Works from Studies in Greece »

Humboldt State University’s First Street Gallery presents Made in Greece: An Exhibition of Works from the 2010 HSU Summer Art Program from Oct. 2 through Nov. 7. This exhibition consists of works made by Humboldt State students and their instructors during their studies in Greece this past summer. Based in Affisoss, a beachside village on Greece’s Pelion Peninsula, the program mixed intensive studio classes in painting and drawing with intermittent excursions to important historical, archeological and cultural destinations, ranging across the country of Greece.

Week of: Sep 12, 2010
Daniela Mineva Leads a Journey, Celebrates Chopin and Conjures Scheherazade »

For her first solo concert since joining the HSU Music faculty, pianist Daniela Mineva will lead the audience on a journey through different styles from different places, on September 18 at Fulkerson Recital Hall.

HSU Develops Parking Solutions, More Spaces »

Humboldt State University has developed a series of short- and long-term options to ease parking pressures stemming from consistent enrollment gains and new housing to meet them.

Multi-Year Project Looks at Redwoods and Climate Change »

A team of scientists at Humboldt State University and UC Berkeley has begun an ambitious effort to understand how redwood forests respond to changing climates.

Pig Waste Project Powers New Business »

Not every master’s thesis turns into an award-winning sustainability enterprise. But that’s just what happened for alum Alex Eaton (’09), who earned his master’s degree in Environmental Systems.

HSU Student Gives New Life to Prehistoric Fossils »

A collection of Cenozoic vertebrate fossils from Humboldt State University’s Department of Geology is slated for transfer to the University of California Museum of Paleontology (UCMP). William Miller, a professor of Geology, expects the collection of roughly 100 specimens to be moved by the end of this semester.

Humboldt student among scholars honored with Hearst/CSU Trustees’ Award »

The California State University has selected HSU student Elise Patricia Anne Haas as one of 23 students, one from each campus in the system, to receive the 2010/11 William R. Hearst/CSU Trustees’ Award for Outstanding Achievement. The Trustees will honor the scholars on Sept. 21 at the CSU Office of the Chancellor in Long Beach, California.

Gifts and Grant Lead to Big Upgrades at HSU Marine Lab »

The National Science Foundation, along with the United Plankton Foundation, the Desert Community Foundation and the Humboldt Loyalty Fund, have together awarded over $325,000 to Humboldt State University’s Telonicher Marine Laboratory in Trinidad, Calif. The funds are being used to remodel the wet lab and acquire new display tanks to offer a better experience for nearly 15,000 visitors who pass through the lab each year.

Week of: Sep 05, 2010
HSU Music Faculty Combine to Play Welcoming Concert »

Performing solo or more often in duos, trios, a quartet and a quintet, no fewer than eighteen HSU Music Department faculty and staff players take the stage to start the school year with a musical bang, in a Welcoming Concert and reception beginning at 5 pm on Saturday, September 11 in Fulkerson Recital Hall.

Natural History Museum Re-Opens to Public with New Funds »

Humboldt State University’s Natural History Museum will re-open to the public next week with a broader academic mission and solid financial backing from recent grants.

Fall 2010 Humboldt magazine Preview »

Geology Professor Lori Dengler has led teams to scenes of the world’s most devastating earthquakes and tsunamis. Her goal? Find out what happened and how people reacted, so she can help other communities prepare.

Food Gaps Hit Humboldt Children Hardest »

Portions of Humboldt County need more food stores, expanded transportation and greater spending power to supply threatened families and children with adequate food and healthy choices, according to the California Center for Rural Policy at Humboldt State University.

A Summer of Sludge »

When BP’s Deepwater Horizon rig exploded in the Gulf of Mexico on April 20, it left thousands of oiled sea birds in its wake. This summer, HSU Wildlife junior Stephany Helbig joined the rescue and rehabilitation efforts.

Week of: Aug 29, 2010
Fall Sports Get Underway This Weekend »

Spring training and summer conditioning will be put to the test for the first time of the new school year when Humboldt State’s fall sports teams begin NCAA competition this week.

Food Gaps Hit Humboldt Children Hardest »

Portions of Humboldt County need more food stores, expanded transportation and greater spending power to supply threatened families and children with enough food and healthy choices, according to the California Center for Rural Policy at Humboldt State University.

Smoke at University Center Prompts Evacuation »

Smoke was reported in the University Center around 3:10 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 31. University Police and Arcata Fire Volunteers responded to the reports and immediately evacuated the building.

A Day in the Life of Arcata That the World Will See »

Arcata From Dawn Till Dusk is the only film from the United States in an international series called The World From Dawn Till Dusk. The nine short films from eight countries, including Russia, China and Iran, will have their official premiere next year in Poland. But the Arcata film, created at HSU, gets a local sneak preview on Saturday, Sept. 11, at the Van Duzer Theatre.

HSU Receives $45K to Reinvent Range Education »

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has awarded over $45,000 to Humboldt State’s Rangeland Resources program to help recruit students, assess course materials and adopt new technologies.

Undergrad Helps Protect Hawaii’s Native Birds »

A bit of luck helped HSU senior Tawny Neal secure her summer internship saving endangered birds with the Maui Forest Bird Recovery project.

Economic Fuel to Host Information Sessions »

Economic Fuel: The Humboldt County Student Business Challenge announces the start of the 2011 competition year in conjunction with College of the Redwoods, Humboldt State University, and the North Coast Small Business Development Center.

Week of: Aug 22, 2010
Pay-for-Print Cuts Paper Waste »

With the start of the new academic year, Humboldt State University has activated a pay-for-print system in all student computer labs that will curb costs to most users and save thousands of pages of paper wasted each semester.

Alumni Lead Charge in Recruiting New Students to HSU »

Humboldt State University is getting ready to welcome a new crop of students. And many who chose Humboldt as their new home away from home have the Preview Plus initiative to thank. What started with one passenger van full of students and one adult chaperone has grown to serve up to 200 students annually in two large buses, with as many as 12 alumni chaperones.

China’s Humboldt College Celebrates First Grads »

Humboldt State University and China’s Xi’an International Studies University awarded dual degrees June 28th in Xi’an to the first graduating class of the Chinese school’s Humboldt College.

Schatz Engineer Takes Renewable Energy Abroad »

Richard Engel, an engineer with the Schatz Energy Research Center and an Environmental Resources Engineering alum (‘88), is back at HSU after serving as a Fulbright scholar to El Salvador. Engel spent a semester teaching and assisting with renewable energy projects in the region.

Student Looks into Climate Change at Harvard Forest »

Through her summer internship with the Harvard Forest, Andrea Garcia learned that computer coding can be used for more than just games or programming – it can provide key information for environmental conservation.

HSU Hosts Free Whooping Cough Clinic »

Responding to California’s whooping cough epidemic, Humboldt State University will host a free vaccination clinic for students, staff and faculty on Tuesday, Sept. 14, 11- 5p.m., in the South Lounge at University Center.

Week of: Aug 15, 2010
HSU Rated Tops in Vets’ Services »

Veterans Enrollment & Transition Services at Humboldt State University is among the top 15% of colleges and universities nationally that provide comprehensive support to soldiers, G.I. Jobs magazine announced Aug. 16.

Semester Kicks Off with New Residence Halls and Upgrades » Humboldt State University celebrates the kick-off of the Fall 2010 semester with the opening of its 21st-century College Creek Apartment complex, welcoming 430 students into the new residence halls.
HSU Named Gay-Friendly School »

Humboldt State University is one of 19 ‘five-star’ schools nationwide lauded for gay-friendliness by Campus Pride, a Charlotte, N.C. non-profit that promotes safe and harmonious environments for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) students.

New Campus Traffic Plan Starts Aug. 23 »

Humboldt State University will set up a permanent new traffic plan on Monday, Aug. 23 that reopens Harpst Street to two-way traffic.

U.S. News Ranks HSU a Top Western University »

U.S. News & World Report has ranked Humboldt State No. 10 among public master’s level universities in the West.

HSU Bookstore Launches Textbook Rentals »

The HSU Bookstore recently debuted its full-fledged book rental program. We asked student writer Desiree Perez to try the new program for herself and report back. Here’s what she found.

Students searching for affordable textbooks can now stop scouring the Internet for deals. This semester they may find the most affordable option on campus at the HSU Bookstore. In addition to its other money-saving efforts, the bookstore is now offering textbook rentals.

Art Department Shines at First Street Gallery »

A Faculty and Staff Exhibition showcasing the talent of the artists who teach and work in Humboldt State University’s Art Department will be featured at Humboldt State University First Street Gallery in Old Town, Eureka. The exhibit will run Aug. 24 through Sept. 19.

Week of: Aug 08, 2010
HSU Child Unit Continues Nutrition Program »

Humboldt State University’s Children’s Center will receive another year of continued support for the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Child and Adult Care Food Program, available without charge from Oct. 1 to all of the center’s enrolled children.

Harpst Street Open for College Creek Move-In »

Harpst Street is open to one-way traffic entering the campus through Aug. 22 for College Creek residents only who are moving into the new apartment complex.

Week of: Aug 01, 2010
Rehabbed and Released, Do Oiled Seabirds Survive? »

When activated to respond to a major oil spill, the Marine Wildlife Care Center at Humboldt State University becomes a birdbath.

Griffith Parking Lot Work Starts Aug. 9 »

Humboldt State University will start construction Monday, Aug. 9, on a safer, more efficient driveway entrance to the Harry Griffith Hall parking lot from B Street. Construction will continue through Aug. 31.

AS Presents Atmosphere »

AS Presents Atmosphere on Monday, September 27, 2010 at 8:00 p.m. in the Arcata Community Center, 321 Community Park Way, in Arcata. Tickets are $27.50 general, and $22.50 HSU students.

AS Presents Big Boi of Outkast »

AS Presents Big Boi of OutKast on Wednesday, September 22, 2010 at 9:00 p.m. in the Arcata Community Center, 321 Community Park Way, in Arcata. Tickets are $50 general, and $40 for HSU students.

Week of: Jul 25, 2010
Campus Street Closures »

Harpst and Rossow streets, including their intersection, will be closed for paving from 6 a.m. Friday, July 30, through noon Saturday, July 31, in connection with College Creek Apartments construction.

CSU Employees Not Impacted by Governor’s Furlough Order »

The following was provided by the California State University Chancellor’s Office.

In response to Governor Schwarzenegger’s signing today of an executive order directing state agencies as of August 1 to reinstate three furlough days per month for employees until a new budget is passed, California State University Chancellor Charles B. Reed reiterated that CSU employees will not be subject to furloughs.

HSU Professor Wins Online Instruction Prize »

Humboldt State University Department of Politics professor Noah Zerbe has won $2,500 in state-of-the-art instructional technology to continue and expand his use of electronic and online learning in the classroom.

HSU Accepting Spring Applications Aug. 1-31 »

Humboldt State University will accept Spring 2011 applications during August for first-time freshmen, eligible upper division transfer students and graduate students.

Week of: Jul 18, 2010
HSU Gains Reaccreditation Through 2019 »

Humboldt State University has been reaccredited through academic year 2019 by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC), which certifies the quality and effectiveness of colleges and universities in California, Hawaii, Guam and the Pacific Basin.

Week of: Jul 11, 2010
AS Presents a Slew of Shows for Fall 2010 »

AS Presents announces a multitude of shows for the 2010/2011 school year.

HSU to Partner in Sweeping Pacific Climate Initiative »

Humboldt State University has been named to a new research institute created by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration that will conduct major studies of Pacific climate change effects on coastal ecosystems.

Week of: Jul 04, 2010
HSU Hosts Mideast Students in Environmental Study »

As part of a U.S. State Department initiative, Humboldt State University is hosting 19 undergraduate student leaders from Jordan and the Palestinian territories in a summer program centered on the global environment.

HSU to Host Coalition for American Indians in Computing Program »

Reporters, photographers and videographers are invited to the 60-minute opening ceremony Tuesday, July 13, of the Coalition for American Indians in Computing (CAIC) program at 1:30 p.m. in the Forum adjoining Humboldt State’s Behavioral and Social Sciences Building.

CSU Employees Exempt from Minimum Wage Order »

The following was provided by the California State University Chancellor’s Office.

Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has issued a directive to cut the pay of state workers to the federal minimum wage until a budget is passed, but CSU employees will continue to receive their regular compensation.

Week of: Jun 27, 2010
Rolland named female scholar-athlete of the year »

Humboldt State track and field athlete Megan Rolland is California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year.

CenterArts Announces Line-Up For 2010-2011 Season »

CenterArts announces a stellar line-up for its 30th annual season of performing arts events! The HSU campus will host an exciting schedule of international performers from the worlds of music, dance, and theater, beginning this August through next May.

HSU/Xi’an Award Dual Degrees to Chinese Grads »

Humboldt State University and China’s Xi’an International Studies University awarded dual degrees June 28th in Xi’an to the first graduating class of the Chinese school’s Humboldt College. The partnership enables HSU to recruit and matriculate Chinese students in residence at the Arcata campus.

CSU Employees Not Impacted By Governor’s Minimum Wage Order »

The following was provided by the California State University Chancellor’s Office.

In response to Governor Schwarzenegger’s directive today to cut the pay of state workers to the federal minimum wage until a budget is passed, the California State University announced that CSU employees will continue to receive their regular compensation.

Week of: Jun 20, 2010
Emeritus Professor Carl Leland (Lee) Barlow Dead at 96 »

Carl Leland (Lee) Barlow was born August 30, 1913 in Tucumcari, New Mexico and passed away on June 15 in Eureka, Calif., at the age of 96. Lee had always planned to become a medical doctor but received many awards and a scholarship to Oberlin Conservatory in Ohio. He received a Masters Degree at the University of Iowa. Lee married Kathryn Coates in 1942. He enlisted in the Navy and became the director of the Blue Jacket Choir in Lake Forest, Illinois.

Trustees Vote to Increase Student Fees »

The following update was provided by the CSU Chancellor’s Office.

The California State University Board of Trustees today voted to raise student fees by 5 percent for undergraduates and graduate and professional programs. The State University Fee will be $4,230 for full-time undergraduate students in fall 2010, a $204 increase over last year.

First Street Gallery Presents Fresh Meat »

Humboldt State University’s First Street Gallery is pleased to present Fresh Meat, HSU Young Alumni, on exhibit from July 3 through Aug. 12. The exhibition is billed by First Street Gallery as a clear demonstration of the excellent career preparation that Humboldt State University offers its Art Majors.

HSU Attracts Heavy Bookings for Frosh Orientation »

Humboldt State University expects a full complement of incoming students at each of its summer orientation sessions for the 2010/2011 academic year.

Week of: Jun 13, 2010
Redwood Region Falls Short on Breast Care »

More than 25 percent of Redwood Coast women surveyed are unscreened for breast cancer, and low-income women are especially at risk, according to a new analysis by Humboldt State University’s California Center for Rural Policy.

Marine Lab Offers Summer Program »

Registration has begun for the HSU Marine Lab’s summer children’s program. This year’s program with the theme of Life Under the Sea will be offered for those students entering the 1st through 4th or 5th through 8th grade in the fall. There will be two sessions at the Marine Laboratory from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm. The first session is for those students in 1st – 4th grades and starts Monday, July 12 and ends on Friday, July 16. Session two for students in 5th – 8th grades starts Monday July 26th and ends Friday July 30th. Fee per session is $70. Pre registration is required. Registration and consent forms are available from the Marine Lab website

Week of: Jun 06, 2010
CSU Employee Update, June 7 »

The following update was provided by the CSU Chancellor’s Office.

Smith Appointed Executive Vice Chancellor for CSU System

Dr. Ephraim P. Smith, vice president for Academic Affairs at California State University, Fullerton, has been appointed as executive vice chancellor and chief academic officer for the CSU system. Smith will assume his new post July 1, following the retirement of Dr. Jeronima Echeverria.

Week of: May 30, 2010
Science Building Reopens »

Humboldt State University’s Science A building has reopened after test samples showed the building’s interior free of asbestos fibers.

Week of: May 23, 2010
Extended Closure for Memorial Day Weekend »

The Humboldt State University campus will be closed for holidays and furloughs on Friday, May 28, Monday, May 31, and Tuesday, June 1. The extended, five-day closure spans Memorial Day weekend.

HSU Students Generate $2K-Plus in Food Drive »

Students from Humboldt State University’s Service Learning Center organized a collaborative, regional food drive this spring that raised more than $2,000 for Food for People, the Eureka food bank.

Week of: May 16, 2010
HSU Celebrates 2010 Commencement »

More than 2,100 graduates made their way across the stage at this year’s commencement ceremonies and our photographers were on the field capturing the excitement. Here are just a few examples from that great day. Be sure to view the entire slideshow on Flickr.

CSU Employee Update, May 18 »

The following update was provided by the CSU Chancellor’s Office.

A ruling this week in a case heard in Superior Court in Alameda County will allow the California State University campuses to proceed to offer “self-supported” summer sessions rather than having to use limited state funds to provide the classes or eliminate the summer sessions.

Fulbright-Hays Grant Sends Professors and Students to China »

Humboldt State history professor Robert Cliver will accompany a group of local students and teachers on a four-week academic excursion to China this summer. The trip was made possible by a Fulbright-Hays Group Projects grant of nearly $73,000, funded by the U.S. Department of Education. The participants will experience first-hand the everyday life of modern China, as well as study its history and language.

Week of: May 09, 2010
Songs of Heroines by Guest Artist Alyssa Bowlby »

In a program that highlights musical “Heroines,” soprano Alyssa Bowlby will describe as well as sing each of her selections from Mozart, Verdi, Beethoven and others, in an HSU Guest Artist recital at Fulkerson Hall on Thursday, May 13.

Study Highlights HSU’s Economic Impact »

Humboldt State University has an annual economic impact of $190 million and sustains more than 2,300 jobs on the North Coast, according to a new study released today by the California State University system.

Biological Sciences Announces 2010-2011 Scholarship Recipients »

The Department of Biological Sciences has announced the recipients of the Department’s numerous awards and scholarships.

HSU Mathematics Department Announces Winners of 26th Annual Mu Alpha Theta Contest »

This spring the Mu Alpha Theta (Mathematics) Contest continued with its format that included a section of shorter problems along with a section of more challenging problems. Students worked on the examination for three hours on a Saturday morning, April 17th. As in the past there are two categories distinguishing more advanced (B category) mathematics students who have completed more than one upper division mathematics course from beginning (A Category) mathematics students who have not completed more than one upper division mathematics course. The contest was organized and judged this year by Professors Jeff Haag and Martin Flashman of the HSU Mathematics Department.

HSU Professor Among Scientists to Locate Lost Moon Reflector »

Nearly 40 years since it was last spotted on the surface of the Moon, a team of scientists, including C.D. Hoyle, of the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Humboldt State University, located Soviet reflector Lunokhod 1.

HSU Summer Street Closures Start May 20 »

To accommodate the final phases of College Creek housing construction, Humboldt State University’s Harpst Street will be closed from L.K. Wood Boulevard to Rossow Street from Thursday, May 20, through late August.

HSU Completes Switch to Cage-free Eggs »

Humboldt State University has earned another feather in its cap for its sustainability practices. Dining Services at HSU is now serving all cage-free eggs.

Permission Granted: HSU Theatre Project Gets Rumi Poems »

Virtually unknown in the West until recent years, the 13th century Sufi mystic known as Rumi is now one of the most popular and best-selling poets in America. Some say a principal reason is The Essential Rumi, a collection of verses translated by Coleman Barks.

HSU Hosts Two-Day Diversity in Learning and Teaching Workshop »

Humboldt State University will host a two-day Diversity in Learning and Teaching Institute on Wednesday, May 19th, and Thursday, May 20th, for faculty, staff and administrators.

Engineering Program Gets $700,000 for Green Jobs Training »

Arcata, Calif.—The National Science Foundation has awarded Humboldt State University’s Environmental Resources Engineering Department a $700,000 grant to fund a professional Master’s degree in renewable energy and water resources.

CSU Employee Update, May 13 »

The following update was provided by the CSU Chancellor’s Office.

The California State University generates $17 billion in economic activity and supports more than 150,000 jobs in California annually, according to a report released this week.

Week of: May 02, 2010
Poems That Inspire Song in University Singers & Humboldt Chorale Concert »

Poems by Robert Frost, Ogden Nash and others are the inspiration for vocal works sung by the HSU University Singers and the community-based Humboldt Chorale in their joint concert on Sunday night, May 9 in Fulkerson Recital Hall.

A Symphonic Cinco de Mayo at HSU »

The Humboldt Symphony celebrates Cinco de Mayo with a popular piece by a contemporary Mexican composer and other Latin and Latin influenced orchestral works, on Friday night May 7 and Sunday afternoon May 9 at Fulkerson Recital Hall. This annual spring concert also features trumpeter Branden Lewis, the student winner of this year’s Concerto Aria competition.

HSU Jazz Orchestra in Birthday Tribute to a Jazz Immortal »

On her 100th birthday—Saturday May 8— HSU Jazz Orchestra celebrates jazz immortal Mary Lou Williams, with the first public performance of her arrangement of one of her songs. The concert also features a song by a North Coast favorite son.

Year’s Top Students Have Passion for Their Fields »

From divergent academic disciplines, Humboldt State University’s two top undergraduates exemplify the same qualities, according to the many faculty and staff who know them: leadership, teamwork and a passion for their callings.

HSU Scientists Pinpoint Acute Forest Fire Threat »

Humboldt State University researchers have confirmed that the prolonged invasion of coastal woodlands by sudden oak death poses an acute new forest fire threat to large portions of southern Humboldt, and Marin and Sonoma Counties.

HSU Celebrates 2,100 grads at Commencement, May 15 »

Humboldt State University will hold its annual Commencement ceremonies on Saturday, May 15 in Redwood Bowl.

Week of: Apr 25, 2010
Oregon Sea Grant Announces new Natural Resource Fellowship »

Oregon Sea Grant and Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife have partnered to create a postgraduate fellowship opportunity.

Yuja Wang and Cirque Dreams Performances Rescheduled »

CenterArts regrets to announce a pair of cancellations for our 2009/10 season.

Student Arrested for Acquaintance Rape »

Humboldt State University Police arrested a 19-year-old Humboldt State University freshman Friday night for an acquaintance rape that allegedly took place in the early morning of Sunday, April 19. The incident reportedly occurred in the campus residence halls.

HSU Cycling Wins Conference Championship, Ramseth Wins Men’s Victory »

Even the grueling 80-degree heat couldn’t stop HSU’s cycling team on Sunday in Hollister, Calif. The team was crowned champion of the Division II Western Collegiate Cycling Conference.

Apple, Ortiz Named HSU’s Top Students 2009-2010 »

Two students shared top honors at Humboldt State University’s Outstanding Student Awards 2009-2010, presented by President Rollin Richmond April 29 at a reception in the Kate Buchanan Room.

Students Win $75K EPA Sustainability Award »

A team of Humboldt State University students from the Renewable Energy Student Union has won a $75,000 technology design award from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for a prototype smart-grid electrical system in Bhutan, a landlocked developing country between India and China.

United Indian Health Services Honors HSU »

United Indian Health Services Inc. honored HSU with its Friends Are Good Medicine award at its 40th anniversary brunch and award ceremony on March 31 at the Blue Lake Hotel and Casino’s Sapphire Palace.

Book Showcases Historic HSU Photos »

A new book by alumna Katy Tahja offers a fun and quirky photographic tour through HSU’s nearly 100-year history.

Titled simply “Humboldt State University,” it contains more than 200 archival photos. Many have never previously been published.

CenterArts Presents The Tamburitzans »

CenterArts presents The Tamburitzans on Wednesday, May 26, 2010 at 8 p.m. in the Van Duzer Theatre, HSU.

Physical Science Discovery Day at the Natural History Museum »

The HSU Natural History Museum opens its doors for a interactive workshop in physical science for children ages 7 to 14 years.

The All-Star 10 Minute Play Festival at HSU »

What happens when a video game addict’s avatar gets interested in his real-life girlfriend? When does an all-consuming passion cross the line? Is the choice between life or death always a simple one?

Week of: Apr 18, 2010
HSU Journalism Professor Garners State Recognition »

Humboldt State Journalism Professor Marcy Burstiner was honored as outstanding instructor by the California Journalism Education Coalition (CAL-JEC) at the annual convention of the California College Media Association at Hearst Castle in San Simeon April 17. CAL-JEC members include the California Newspaper Publishers Association, the California College Media Association and the Northern California Journalism Educators Association.

HSU Hosts Chile Quake Report »

Humboldt State University will host a presentation of findings on the recent Chile earthquake and tsunami on Monday, April 26, at 5 p.m. in Founders Hall Room 118.

Humboldt State University named to Princeton Review’s List of Greenest Schools »

Humboldt State University has been selected as one of the nation’s most environmentally responsible schools by the Princeton Review and the U.S. Green Building Council.

HSU Bolsters Science for Elementary Teachers »

Humboldt State University is laying plans to equip current and future elementary school teachers with new, inquiry-based science methods, in partnership with science learning centers and outdoor educators.

Greening Graduation » On May 15, the Redwood Bowl will be flooded with green and gold for Humboldt State University's 2010 Commencement.
HSU Garners Model U.N. Plaudits »

Students in the Model United Nations program at Humboldt State University’s Department of Politics, including five from the North Coast, recently collected four Meritorious Delegation Awards for academic performance and participation in the Model United Nations of the Far West conference in San Francisco.

Week of: Apr 11, 2010
Police Seek Suspects in Weekend Vandalism »

Humboldt State University Police are investigating a weekend act of vandalism in which natural gas valves were opened in the Science B building.  Gas spread to several floors.

Student Fee Forums week of April 12 - 16 »

Student forums to discuss proposed fee increases have been scheduled for the campus and are listed below with dates, times and locations. 

A student feedback form will be made available at each forum. 

A Collage of Styles and Cultures in Motion at the HSU Spring Dance Concert »

Emotions dancing inside the brain, healing from within and from a decent health care system, a spy movie jazz spoof, traditional dances from the Yucatan, and a water ballet on dry land— these are just some elements of the HSU MOTION COLLAGE dance concert, presented for one weekend only in the Van Duzer Theatre beginning April 15.

Schools Name ‘Plenty’ Book of the Year 2010 »

Humboldt State University and College of the Redwoods have chosen Plenty: Eating Locally on the 100 Mile Diet as their group-study Book of the Year for 2010.

Humboldt Energy Independence Fund Seeks Members »

The Humboldt Energy Independence Fund (HEIF) Committee is looking to fill student positions for next academic year. The committee is made up of students, faculty, and staff filling both voting and non-voting roles.

Printmaking Students Present Steamroller Woodcut Printing »

Inspired by the artistic potential of plywood, ink, and a steamroller, the HSU Printmakers will give Humboldt an exciting day of steamroller printing. On April 21st from 9am to 9pm at the HSU Main campus, a team of student artists will be creating several woodcut prints, led by HSU Professor Sarah Whorf. The public will have the opportunity to witness large-scale printmaking.

HSU Hosts 51st Redwood Math Tourney »

Humboldt State University’s Department of Mathematics will host its 51st annual Redwood Empire Mathematics Tournament on Saturday, April 24, from 8:45 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Founders Hall Green and Gold Room.

HSU Honors Top Alumni April 23 »

Humboldt State University will recognize leading alumni in the fields of business, athletics/physical education, social work and forestry science at its annual Distinguished Alumni dinner and awards presentation on Friday, April 23, in Eureka. Pre-registration is required.

HSU Fest Features Local and International Films »

In 1967 a group of students came together to bring worldly movies to Humboldt State, giving life to the Humboldt Film Festival. Now filmmakers from the across the globe vie for a top spot in the nation’s oldest student-run film festival.

HSU Students Earn Meritorious Winner Awards at Math Modeling Competition »

The results are official. Two HSU Environmental Resources Engineering teams have earned a Meritorious Winner award for their entries in the 2010 Consortium for Mathematics and Its Applications (COMAP) Mathematical Modeling Contest.

Natural History Museum: Renowned Author Leads Sharing Nature Workshop »

The Redwood Science Project and the HSU Natural History Museum bring world renowned naturalist and author, Joseph Cornell to the North Coast for a lecture and two-day workshop. Joseph is the author of six books including “Sharing Nature with Children” and “Sharing the Joy of Nature.” His activities, including Heart Beat of a Tree, Camera, and Wild Animal Scramble, are staples of summer camps, nature classes, and after-school children’s programs.

Love is Strange with the HSU Opera Workshop »

It’s not your grandfather’s opera. No exaggerated emotions in foreign languages by heavily costumed figures standing around until the fat lady sings. On Friday and Saturday, April 23 and 24, the HSU Opera Workshop explores contemporary relationships with selected musical scenes and two short comic operas, including the story of a young man searching for true love at a video dating service.

Week of: Apr 04, 2010
Humboldt Bay Brass Band »

The Humboldt Bay Brass Band has established itself as Humboldt County’s only all-brass ensemble in the traditional configuration of 27 brass and three percussion players. But the concert on Saturday, April 10 in Fulkerson Recital Hall marks the premiere of the new band within the band: the Humboldt Bay Brass Quintet.

Bullen Hosts Juried Student Exhibition »

Humboldt State University’s Reese Bullen Gallery will host the 2010 Annual Juried Student Exhibition on Thursday, April 15, featuring an array of student-created artwork spanning drawings, paintings, photography, jewelry, printmaking, graphic design, ceramics and sculpture.

HSU Launches Annual Food Drive with Support from Feinstein Foundation »

The Humboldt State University Service Learning Center is coordinating local efforts on behalf of the National Student Campaign Against Hunger and Homelessness, working in partnership with the Feinstein Foundation.

HSU Expects Record Open House This Weekend » Humboldt State University’s annual open house, Spring Preview April 9 and 10, looks set to draw a record number of 700 prospective students, and more than a thousand family members and guests.
HSU Cycling Hits Jackpot in Reno »

It was a phenomenal weekend for the HSU Cycling Team in the World’s Biggest Little City. Eleven riders from HSU made the arduous journey through late spring snowstorms to participate in races sponsored by the University of Nevada/Reno. Several of our racers finished on the podium in Saturday’s criterium and Sunday’s road race.

HSU Honors Meritorious Faculty April 15 »

Humboldt State University will present a series of traditional and inaugural faculty awards on Thursday, April 15, at a campus reception from 3-4:30 p.m. in the Kate Buchanan Room, University Center.

New Student Housing on Track for Fall »

Ninety nine doors will open at Humboldt State University in the fall when 434 students move into the new College Creek Apartments.

Quick Trip, Long Jaunt: Double the Jazz with HSU Jazz Combos Weekend »

It’s double the music in two evenings of HSU Jazz Combos: instead of the usual three combos playing a single night, this time there are six student combos playing completely different shows over two nights.

University Bus Tour to Visit Sunny Brae, Fortuna »

Humboldt State University President Rollin Richmond and student ambassadors will join local stops on the annual CSU/AT&T;Road to College Bus Tour, Friday, April 30, at Sunny Brae Middle School and Fortuna Middle School.

Undergrad Inspires Changes at Major Jewelry Retailer »

Braden Pitcher’s alarm went off at 9 a.m. on March 22. Still half asleep, he rolled over in bed, picked up his cell phone and got one of the biggest surprises of his life.

Profile: Counseling and Psychological Services »

Buddha’s words, “The secret of health for both mind and body…is to live in the present moment,” are the first words of wisdom students receive as they ascend the stairs to the Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS).

HSU Readies for National Sustainability Contest »

A team of Humboldt State University students from the Renewable Energy Student Union is competing late this month for up to $75,000 in technology design awards from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, aimed at fostering sustainability in both the developed and developing world.

Week of: Mar 28, 2010
HSU Wins Key Fire Science Grant »

Humboldt State University Mathematics Professor Chris Dugaw has been awarded nearly $292,000 in federal funds to model the effects of moisture on fire behavior in the forest floor.

Low Carbon Vehicles at Sustainable Futures Lecture »

Dr. Tim Lipman is the next presenter in the Sustainable Futures speaker series. Lipman will speak on Thursday, April 8 from 6:30 to 8 p.m., in the Natural Resources Building room 101 (NR101) on the HSU campus. The title of his talk is “Low Carbon Vehicle Research at UC Berkeley’s Transportation Sustainability Research Center.”

HSU Celebrates Native American Culture »

Humboldt State University hosts Native American dancers, artists and food vendors at the third annual California Big Time and Social Gathering, on Saturday, April 10 in the Lumberjack Arena.

Week of: Mar 21, 2010
Calstate ‘Early Start’ Aims to Help Students Prepare Before College »

The following update was provided by the CSU Chancellor’s Office.

The California State University Board of Trustees today adopted an “early start” policy to help students be better prepared in mathematics and English when they enter the CSU as incoming freshmen. Beginning in their senior year of high school, students will learn from their results on the Early Assessment Program about whether they are “CSU ready” in math and English. This information will help them choose from a variety of options to help them to become proficient in these subjects, and allow them to start immediately toward getting ready to start as CSU freshmen.

Rural Policy Group Assesses Regional Emergency Preparedness »

Humboldt State’s California Center for Rural Policy has released a new research brief on the Redwood region’s emergency preparedness.

HSU Urges Students to Fill Out Census Form »

Humboldt State University is encouraging all students to complete and return 2010 Census forms they are receiving by mail in preparation for National Census Day on Thursday, April 1. Students can return the short, 10-question form with a postage paid envelope included in the federal mailing.

Congressional Internship Open to HSU Students »

A California think tank offers Humboldt State University students a one-semester internship program with the U.S. House of Representatives, September-December 2010.

Composers Face the Music at HSU »

Students pursuing a degree in Composition at HSU face the music of a live audience on Friday, April 2 in Fulkerson Recital Hall.

North Coast Wind Ensemble Concert »

The North Coast Wind Ensemble welcomes spring with a symphony, a song, a couple of marches and some famous variations, in its Fulkerson Recital Hall concert on Saturday, April 3.

For the Hero in You: “Stefanie Hero” at HSU »

Don’t call it a children’s show. Like “The Princess Bride” or even the classic Warner Brothers cartoons, “Stefanie Hero” by Mark Medoff (whose award-winning “Children of a Lesser God” was decidedly adult) engages and entertains on several levels, for audiences of all ages.

Researchers Find Surprising Growth in Old Age Trees »

A research team led by Humboldt State University Professor Stephen C. Sillett has documented increasing wood production through old age in the tallest tree species, a finding that could help improve forest management.

AS Solicits Candidates for April Elections »

HSU Associated Students is encouraging as many candidates as possible to run for key campus government offices in the elections slated for April 20, 21 and 22.

Low Carbon Expert to Speak at HSU April 8 »

Walter Stahel, Swiss author of The Performance Economy and a specialist in sustainability, will analyze low carbon economics in the 17th Annual Chung-Watson Lecture at Humboldt State University on Thursday, April 8, at 4 p.m. in the Kate Buchanan Room at University Center.

New Home for Schatz Lab Nears Completion » For two decades, HSU's Schatz Energy Research Center has dedicated its work to promoting clean and renewable energy. Now, the center is looking to the future as it prepares to move into a new home—a major upgrade from its current spot in the University Annex.
Week of: Mar 14, 2010
Inaugural Sociology Scholarship Awarded at HSU »

Sociology graduate student Dustin Mabry is the first recipient of the $1,000 James D. Turner Sociology Scholarship for Spring 2010 at Humboldt State University, recognizing Mabry’s outstanding academic achievement. Student recipients in the Master of Arts degree program must earn at least a 3.75 grade point average, in addition to evidencing financial need.

HSU Hosts Women’s Self-Defense Training »

Humboldt State University and the University Police Department will host a free women’s self-defense class on Wednesday, March 24, 5-7:30 p.m., in the Agate Beach Room of the Jolly Giant Commons Mezzanine.

Disability Awareness Film Series March 23-24 »

A two-part film and discussion series highlighting disability awareness will be held at Humboldt State University on Tuesday and Wednesday, March 23 – 24. The two films have both won awards from Superfest, the world’s longest-running juried international disability film festival.

HSU Scores National Service Award »

For the third year running, Humboldt State University is the winner of the highest national honor that universities receive for contributions to service learning and civic engagement.

Geography Professor, Students Promote Responsible Tourism »

From the winding cliff-side highways of San Francisco to the sea-sculpted beaches of Del Norte, California’s North Coast offers lush history and picturesque scenery for any interested traveler.

Humboldt Magazine - In the Mail and Online »

The Spring ’10 edition of Humboldt Magazine has started to arrive in alumni and student mailboxes, and is also available across campus. The latest online version has bonus features like extra photos, video and the chance to comment on feature stories:

Dengler Leads Chile Reconnaissance Team »

Lori Dengler, chair of Humboldt State University’s Department of Geology, will lead a reconnaissance effort to Chile March 25 to April 4 to evaluate the impacts of the recent earthquake and tsunami and improve readiness along the Redwood Coast and the Pacific Northwest.

The California State University Employee Update »

The following update was provided by the CSU Chancellor’s Office.

The CSU Board of Trustees has adopted an “early start” initiative to help students be better prepared in mathematics and English when they enter the CSU as incoming freshmen. Students will learn at the beginning of their senior year of high school whether their results on the Early Assessment Program test make them “CSU ready” in math and English. Students not “CSU ready” can then choose from various options to help them to become proficient.

Iconic Writer Virginia Woolf Inspires HSU Professor and Local Artist »

Join Humboldt State University English professor Janet Winston and Arcata sculptor Marilyn Andrews as they present their work on the English writer Virginia Woolf on Wednesday, March 24 in HSU’s Green and Gold Room (Founders Hall 166) at noon.

Week of: Mar 07, 2010
HSU Student Accosted Near University Center »

Humboldt State University Police are investigating a report by a female student who said her arm was grabbed briefly Sunday night by an unknown male as she walked alone behind the University Center loading dock area.

HSU Exempt from March 13 Power Shutdown »

Humboldt State University will not be affected by Pacific Gas & Electric’s scheduled 22-hour shutdown of power starting at 2 p.m. on Saturday, March 13, while crews upgrade a substation.

Twilight, Moonlight: Pianist Rika Uchida Plays Debussy Favorite »

Pianist Rika Uchida plays Debussy’s famous “Claire de Lune” and selections from his Preludes and Images, to illustrate the transition from Romantic to modern in classical music, in a concert and commentary on Saturday, March 27 at the Fulkerson Recital Hall.

Youth Educational Services Volunteers Go Above and Beyond »

Youth Educational Services volunteers are ready to get their hands dirty on Cesar Chavez Day, March 31st as part of their annual Serve-a-Thon service project.

Week of: Feb 28, 2010
HSU Plays Major Role in Energy Savings »

A Humboldt State University graduate student and three HSU alumni are part of a grant team that has won $4.4 million in federal stimulus funding to support the development of the North Coast Energy Independence Program.

Campus Partnership Leads to Expanded Math Lab »

Math students are getting some extra help with their homework this semester thanks to added hours and another location for Math Tutoring Lab.

Paris Jazz, Danny Boy, Crazy Uncle and the Mighty Handful »

The Humboldt Symphony presents an airy early-spring program filled with folk melodies and jazz, but in compositions displaying the rich and varied sounds of the symphonic orchestra.

Alternative Spring Break has Students Giving Back to Community »

For the week of March 14, otherwise known as Spring Break, 13 student volunteers, 3 student directors and 1 faculty advisor will eschew the usual vacation stomping grounds and head, instead, for Sacramento, where they will feed and build houses for the homeless.

Students Relight HSU’s Redwood Bowl »

The Relight Redwood Bowl project, funded by a $75,000 grant from Humboldt Energy Independence Fund and carried out by the Green Campus Program, is now completed and operational. The project reduces the number of light poles on the track and football field from eight to four, and reduces the number of light bulbs used from 96 to 60.

HSU Student Arrested by Arcata Police »

The Arcata Police Department informed campus officials at mid-afternoon Friday, March 5, that it had arrested Timothy Ryan Dossey, a student at Humboldt State University.

Week of: Feb 21, 2010
UPD Follows Leads in Weekend Assault »

Arcata – Humboldt State University Police are actively following leads in a physical assault over the weekend that resulted in two 19-year-old male resident students being briefly hospitalized.

Gunslingers and Exotic Dancers: HSU Symphonic Band and Jazz Orchestra Play American Tunes »

The HSU Symphonic Band goes tandem with the Jazz Orchestra on a program of American tunes. The Band plays “Variations on America” by the “American original” Charles Ives, and the “Americans We” March by Ohioan Henry Fillmore, who toured the U.S. with his band and his wife, the exotic dancer Mabel May Jones.

Natural History Museum to Finish Closure »

Humboldt State University’s Natural History Museum, which has been open only to school groups since it closed to the public last August, will close entirely after the end of the current school year. School trips planned for this spring will not be affected.

Still Shocking After All These Years: Pinter’s Signature The Homecoming Comes to HSU »

Harold Pinter’s The Homecoming was a theatrical earthquake when it was first performed in the mid-1960s. Shocking, controversial and hotly debated, its Broadway run won the Tony Award. It became an instant classic.

Week of: Feb 14, 2010
Give Your Regards to W. Broadway at HSU »

It was after the Humboldt Light Opera Company production of The Music Man that several cast members decided to stick together awhile longer—and sing together, to raise money for HLOC as well as have some fun.

UPD Seeks Leads About Campus Assault »

The Humboldt State University Police Department is seeking information and anonymous tips to help identify suspects involved in an alleged physical assault early Sunday morning, February 14, near the University Art Building.

TED Speaker to Share Origami Secrets at HSU »

Robert J. Lang, an international leader in computational origami and among the world’s foremost origami artists with a repertoire of more than 500 designs, will deliver a free public lecture at Humboldt State University on Tuesday, March 9. The 2008 TED Conference speaker will address the links between Japanese paper-folding and the solution of modern scientific and engineering problems.

Student Uses Camera to Lend Haiti a Hand »

When the magnitude 7.0 earthquake struck Haiti, HSU journalism student Travis Turner knew he couldn’t wait for the media to bring him the story. He needed to grab his camera and see it for himself. Now his work is on display at Arcata’s Venatore Gallery through March 12.

Campus Reform Ideas Getting Reviewed »

Humboldt State’s Expanded University Executive Committee recently met about a proposed series of campus reform proposals, and has forwarded the proposals to campus governance groups. The groups – Academic Senate, Associated Students, Staff Council and the University Executive Committee – have been asked for feedback by March 9.

Week of: Feb 07, 2010
One-time Funds Enable CSU to Provide More Classes »

The following is a California State University Employee Update from the Chancellor’s Office

The CSU will allocate $50.9 million in one-time funds to campuses to provide approximately 8,100 additional course sections systemwide as well as retain additional lecturers for the fall 2010 term.

Bolick-Floss Named to National Forum »

Annie Bolick-Floss, director of Humboldt State University’s Career Center and Service-Learning Programs, is among eight civic and community engagement leaders from California Campus Compact (CCC) institutions who will attend a one-of-kind professional development institute in July titled Diving Deep: Campus Compact’s Institute for Experienced Civic and Community Engagement Practitioners.

Professor Wins National Award For Excellence In Math Education »

The Association for Women in Mathematics selected HSU Mathematics Professor Phyllis Chinn as the winner of the 20th Louise Hay Award for Contributions to Mathematics Education.

Sproul Estate Gives Art, Funding for Students »

Humboldt State University has received a $40,000 gift from the estate of artist Brian Sproul, along with a significant collection of Sproul’s artwork.

HSU Prof is Finalist In Audubon Photo Contest »

Charles M. (Mike) Anderson, emeritus professor of environmental resources engineering at Humboldt State University, is among 100 finalists in Audubon Magazine’s inaugural photography awards competition who were chosen from among approximately 2,500 contestants. They submitted some 16,000-plus images.

Nagatsuka Assumes New HSU Research Post »

Jacqueline Nagatsuka, a veteran of institutional research at both four-year and two-year institutions with a doctoral degree in Educational Leadership from UCLA, is the new Director of Institutional Research and Planning at Humboldt State University, effective February 1.

Week of: Jan 31, 2010
How Cute Is Your Scherzo? Or, Can You Take the Bull By the Violin? »

If you like favorites of the violin sonata repertoire, you couldn’t do better than two selections played by violinist Cindy Moyer and pianist Daniela Mineva, in concert at HSU on Saturday, Feb. 13.

KRFH Opens Doors for Student Broadcasters »

Behind the door of Gist Hall 105 is a mural of Manhattan’s 52nd Street in the ’40s. Vivid colors illustrate the Onyx Club and the famous Birdland jazz club with legendary drummer Gene Krupa’s name, painted like a marquee. This is the pathway to student-run KRFH — Radio Free Humboldt.

Title: Psychology Professor’s New Book Promotes Improved Research Designs »

Dr. Christopher L. Aberson’s new book, Applied Power Analysis for the Behavioral Sciences, addresses sample size selection for research. The text is intended as a resource that is readable and directive, but also methodologically and theoretically sound.

HSU Forum Assesses Quake ‘Lessons Learned’ »

Humboldt State University’s Department of Geology will present a community forum, “The Week the Earth Trembled,” on Monday, February 8, at 5 p.m. in the Kate Buchanan Room, weighing the impact of and lessons learned from the January 9 and 13 earthquakes on the North Coast and in Haiti.

HSU Panel Urges Sweeping Reform »

Following a one-year review of the challenges facing Humboldt State University, a special campus panel has recommended a series of initiatives to strengthen the institution.

Week of: Jan 24, 2010
UPD Nabs Campus Burglary Suspects »

A 27-year-old Arcata man is in the Humboldt County Correctional Facility after Humboldt State University Police discovered him at the scene of an alleged burglary of HSU’s construction offices in the Schmidt House, near 17th and Union Streets on the main campus early Sunday morning, January 24. A second potential suspect is being evaluated.

Water Restored After Short Outage »

Water service on the Humboldt State University campus was restored at 7:30 a.m. today, following a short outage caused by an overturned fire hydrant.

Power Restored On Campus »

Power has been restored to campus as of 10:45 a.m. No injuries or damage was reported.

Social Work Professor Wins Native American Training Grant »

Professor Michael Yellow Bird of Humboldt State University’s Department of Social Work has received a $7,500 grant from the Humboldt/Del Norte P-16 Council for a training project to close the achievement gap and create a college-going culture for grades 9-12 Native American students at the Klamath River Early College of the Redwoods.

HSU Warns of Possible IT Security Issue »

Humboldt State University has begun notifying about 3,500 employees and former employees of a computer security breach on campus that may have exposed personal information such as names and social security numbers.

Send Bette and Boo to Reno! »

It used to be that an unhappy couple would go to Reno for their divorce. In February, another unhappy couple—and a lot of their friends—are trying to get to Reno, for a much happier reason. But they need help.

HSU Shares in $720K to Boost Salmon Oversight »

Humboldt State University Fisheries Biology Professor David Hankin is among the recipients of a three-year, $720,000 California Ocean Protection Council award, administered by California Sea Grant, to explore the connections between ocean climate and the survival and abundance of the state’s Chinook salmon.

Week of: Jan 17, 2010
Math Tutoring Lab Opens New Satellite Lab in Library to Reach More Students


The Math Tutoring Lab provides free walk-in tutoring for all HSU students needing help with math up through PreCalculus and some beginning calculus and statistics. Come check out our new office hours in Library 208. Schedule is below.

Library Works to Unveil Hidden Environmental Collections »

Humboldt State University’s Library has been tapped to receive one of nine Hidden Collections Grants from the Council on Library and Information Resources. The grant is targeted at making archival material from California’s environmental history available to scholars throughout the world.

Biology Professor Leads Response in Whale Stranding »

Wildlife professionals across the state know they can count on Humboldt State when the unexpected happens. That’s why, last October, when a 72-foot blue whale tragically died and washed up on the Mendocino County coast, Professor P. Dawn Goley was among the first to be notified.

HSU Math Lectures Weigh Fisheries Science & Ecology »

Humboldt State University’s Department of Mathematics invites the general public to same-day, consecutive lectures in February about fisheries science and policymaking by a researcher in mathematical and theoretical biology who specializes in ecology, evolution and behavior and applied science.

Anthropology Professor Uses Abalone to Answer Channel Islands Questions »

Research by Humboldt State University Anthropology Professor Todd Braje recently was featured in an On Earth Magazine story.

Week of: Jan 10, 2010
New General Manager Named at KHSU »

Edward Subkis has been named the new General Manager at KHSU, the public radio station licensed to Humboldt State University. He starts work Feb. 1.

HSU Road Tests Fuel Cell Hybrid Vehicle »

Humboldt State University’s Schatz Energy Research Center is road testing a smog-free, hydrogen-powered Toyota fuel cell hybrid vehicle as part of an effort to commercialize the smog-free vehicle in five years.

Quake Damage Minimal at Humboldt State »

Humboldt State University suffered little damage from the Jan. 9 earthquake, amounting to a few thousand dollars at most, based on a field survey conducted by HSU Plant Operations on Jan. 11.

Tax Credit Eases HSU Student Financing »

A provision in the federal stimulus package signed by President Obama last February will enable more Humboldt State students and parents to qualify over the next two years for an annual tax credit of up to $2,500 per student to pay for college expenses.

Week of: Jan 03, 2010
Tribal Leader Forges Agency Collaboration »

Tom Lidot, a member of the Central Council of Tlingit and Haida Indians of Alaska and a member of the Chilkat Indian Village, will speak on strengthening collaboration between tribes and county agencies at a one-day conference on Friday, Jan. 8 at Humboldt State University.

Spring Welcome January 13th »

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