Humboldt State University’s Schatz Energy Research Center has extended its reach to India in a partnership to help accelerate development of a solar energy market for millions of Indians who have little or no electric power.
From decreased public access to the loss of natural resources, it’s well known that rising sea levels negatively affect coastal parks. But is there anything that California policy makers can do about it?
A new campus virtual tour, designed to let prospective students explore the academics, student life and local attractions of Humboldt State University, has been launched at humboldt.edu/explore.
Don’t be alarmed if you begin to see a lot more garbage on North Coast beaches.
Beethoven’s Emperor Concerto, Handel’s familiar Water Music and a rarely heard piece that evokes the jazz age of the 1920s headline the Humboldt Symphony concerts at Fulkerson Hall on March 8 and 10.
New York theatre director and Moliere translator Samuel Buggeln will visit the HSU campus for two public events on Friday and Saturday, March 8 and 9.
Humboldt State University is pleased to announce that an agreement in principle has been reached with Redwood Capital Bank that will provide ongoing resources to ensure the future of the Natural History Museum as well as provide a new branch location in Arcata for the Bank.
Ever wondered if wearing a backpack could affect the way you walk? Two HSU students recently teamed up with Kinesiology Professor Justus Ortega to find out.
HSU maintenance staff are acting to restore service as quickly as possible to the University Center clock tower elevator, which has been shut down for mechanical repairs.
The HSU Symphonic Band follows Handel in the Strand with some Strange Humors, and the Jazz Orchestra takes Seven Steps to Heaven in their shared concert 8 p.m. Saturday, March 2 in Fulkerson Recital Hall.
Redwood Capital Bank Vice President and Regional Area Manager Jennifer Budwig will discuss how Humboldt County’s economy would be affected by low-cost, legalized marijuana in a talk on Tuesday, Feb. 26, at 5:30 in the Native American Forum adjoining Humboldt State University’s Behavioral and Social Sciences Building.
The College of Arts, Humanities and Sciences and Humboldt State University has partnered with USA Projects, a social networking and crowd funding site for aspiring artists.
Alex is brilliant, admired and close to the center of a nation’s power. But he has two problems. The first is that in a world of flattery-to-your-face and snark behind your back, he says exactly what he thinks. About everything and everybody. All the time. Somehow this offends people.
Humboldt State University’s Goudi’ni Gallery presents Fixing the Earth: NOW! February 21 to April 27, an exhibition that sheds light on the traditional tribal practice of healing the earth through World Renewal Ceremonies.
Humboldt State University President Rollin Richmond and other university leaders will officiate at ribbon cutting ceremonies for the new student Recreation and Wellness Center (RWC), located in what was previously called the Forbes Complex, on Friday, Feb. 22 at 3:30 p.m. The public and press are invited.
This spring Humboldt State University will host its inaugural Earth Day Symposium on Marijuana and the Environment, centering on a key issue often ignored in mainstream analysis: marijuana’s environmental effects.
Responding to student requests for a quieter study environment, the HSU Library is taking a series of measures to manage noise levels in key locations.
Over 50 state and local employers will be on campus Friday, Feb. 22 for the 2013 Career Expo and Volunteer Fair.
Humboldt State University is seeking public comment on its plan to implement more selective admissions requirements in some high-demand programs. Also being considered are new pre-majors for some programs.
The following is a letter dated February 15, 2013 from the CSU’s vice chancellor for human resources, notifying the California Faculty Association of the system’s decision to restore faculty equity awards previously suspended by state funding shortfalls.
The Vipisa Trio (Cindy Moyer on violin, Virginia Ryder on saxophone and clarinet and John Chernoff on piano) performs a program of new musical works by composers associated with Humboldt State on Saturday, Feb. 23 in Fulkerson Recital Hall.
Humboldt State University’s Department of Rangeland Resources and Wildland Soils is leading a federally-funded partnership to attract more youth nationwide to high-demand jobs in rangeland ecology.
Opening on Valentine’s Day, Humboldt State University’s Reese Bullen Gallery will present an exhibit of collaborative artwork by members of the campus community based on the themes of acceptance, diversity, tolerance and inclusion.
Mathematics Professor Emeritus Colin W. Clark of the University of British Columbia will present “Short-Term Profits Versus Long-Term Sustainability” as this year’s Lamberson Ecology Lecture on Wednesday, Feb. 27 at 7 p.m. in the Native American Forum (Room 162) of the Behavioral and Social Sciences Building at Humboldt State University. The lecture is free and open to the public.
Last semester, Conor Handley (‘15, Wildlife) took a four-month leave of absence from HSU to run across America raising awareness about Native American culture.
Humboldt State is joining schools around the country for Campus Conservation Nationals, a competition to reduce electricity and water usage on university and college campuses.
Humboldt State University is number one among medium-sized California schools in the Peace Corps’ 2013 Top College rankings.
Bay Area classical guitarist Lawrence Ferrara performs “Dream Tango” by contemporary American composer Philip Rosheger and other compositions for guitar in a Guest Artist concert at Humboldt State on Friday evening, February 15.
After an extensive process involving students, faculty, staff and administration input, Humboldt State is rolling out new scheduling policies to take effect for Fall 2013.
Be the Match Registry will host a donor drive for students, faculty and staff Feb. 12 in the South Lounge.
Pianist Winston Choi brings a rare solo piano performance of selections from Bach’s “The Art of the Fugue” to the Humboldt State campus on Saturday, February 2.
Twelve honors students chosen by the HSU Music Department faculty for excellence in this year’s first semester will perform in the annual Music Honors Recital on Sunday afternoon, February 3.
The Northern California Community Blood Bank is partnering with Humboldt State for a spring blood drive aimed at HSU faculty and staff. Starting Monday Feb. 4, the BloodMobile will be parked outside of the Student Business Services building from noon to 5 p.m. the first and third Monday of the month.
Humboldt State University is building on its commitment to sustainability with two new programs that support green living and learning.
Thomas Leland Bruner, 42, a lecturer in economics and finance at Humboldt State University, died of heart failure December 24, 2012 at Stanford Medical Center.
Starting Feb. 4, Humboldt State will join campuses around the United States and Canada for RecycleMania, a friendly competition to promote waste reduction activities at college and university campuses.
Humboldt State University and College of the Redwoods will host student presentations in February in Eureka and Crescent City about Malcolm Gladwell’s bestseller, Outliers, The Story of Success, the HSU/CR Book of the Year for 2012/13.
The Humboldt State University Police Department’s Emergency Management Program has released guidelines on how to prepare for and respond to an active shooter. Although active shooter situations are rare and law prohibits the carrying of guns and weapons on campus, it is important that faculty, students and staff to be ready for any kind of emergency.
Vanessa Crandell (’13) has been fascinated by the Earth for as long as she can remember. In kindergarten, she’d fill her backpack with rocks from the playground and bring them home after school. One of her earliest memories was taking a class field trip to a volcano in the second grade. “It was my first introduction to plate tectonics,” she recalls.
HSU geographer Monica Stephens presents “Data Shadows of the Underground Economy,” in the latest installment of the Humboldt Interdisciplinary Institute for Marijuana Research speaker series. The talk takes place on Tuesday, January 29, in the Native Forum (Behavioral and Social Sciences Building, Rm. 162) from 5:30 to 7 p.m.
Humboldt State University’s First Street Gallery presents, “Golden States of Grace: Prayers of the Disinherited,” a photo documentary exhibit by Rick Nahmias, made possible by alumni gifts to the Humboldt Loyalty Fund. Programs benefited by the Fund span the university and include student scholarships, faculty research, academic programs, the library and special projects.
Hydrogen experiment kits created by Humboldt State’s Schatz Energy Research Center are now being used by chemistry students at the Florida Institute of Technology.
Humboldt State is now offering an online master’s degree in education. The deadline to apply for Fall 2013 classes is Feb. 1.
Humboldt State University topped NCAA Division II and III schools in the 2012 Game Day Challenge, a national competition to promote waste reduction at university and college football games.
Healthy students equal happy students. That’s the idea behind a new peer health education program at Humboldt State designed to make health education accessible and fun.
e-Patient Dave is the keynote speaker at an Aligning Forces Humboldt community dinner to talk to patients about how partnering with physicians can lead to better care. The talk takes place Thursday, Jan. 24 at the Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center in Eureka (921 Waterfront Drive). Dinner will be served at 5pm. The event is free and requires an RSVP.
Humboldt State University is hosting an open forum to gather input regarding priorities and concerns for the upcoming Marine Protected Area (MPA) Baseline Monitoring work on the North Coast. The forum is free and open to the public and will be held at the Caspar Community Center, on Saturday, Jan. 26 from 1 to 5 p.m. An RSVP is requested.
Over a hundred staff, faculty and administrators attended HSU’s annual spring Institute for Student Success, a day of workshops exploring effective pedagogy, inclusive communities and student success.
Humboldt State University students have from now until March 2 to apply to scholarships through the university’s online Scholarship Tracking and Reviewing System.
Professor Erick Eschker of the Department of Economics at Humboldt State University has just released “Humboldt County Entrepreneur Annual Survey Report, 2012.” This is the second analysis from the ongoing survey of local entrepreneurs that began in 2011.
HSU staff members were honored at the university’s annual Spring Welcome event, Wednesday, Jan. 16 in the Kate Buchanan Room.
Jimmy Kimmel, whose show recently featured a funny but misinformed segment about Humboldt State University, is tentatively scheduled to visit HSU and give a public presentation.
The following was provided by the California State University Chancellor’s Office.
Governor Brown today released his 2013-2014 state budget proposal that signals a renewed investment in higher education with the addition of $125.1 million in state funding for the California State University. The Governor’s budget also reinstates $125 million that was cut from last year’s budget and was due to be reimbursed in this year’s budget following the successful passage of Proposition 30.
The following was provided by the California State University’s Chancellor’s Office.
Gov. Brown’s 2013-14 proposed budget released this week seeks $125.1 million in new state funding for the CSU, and also reinstates the $125 million that was cut from last year’s budget and was due to be reimbursed with voters’ approval of Proposition 30.
More students than ever are hoping to pursue their degrees at Humboldt State University. During the last two months, more than 13,000 prospects applied for the fall 2013 semester, HSU’s busiest application season to date.
Humboldt State University students, faculty and staff collected over 850 pounds of food in this year’s Holiday Food Drive benefitting Food for People, the Humboldt County Food Bank.
Humboldt State has been named a top vegan friendly school by peta2, the youth animal rights program at PETA.
Gregory Manata knows firsthand the kind of difference just one teacher can make.
Yaru Gong of China began studying English when she was seven; she speaks it fluently. But she laughs out loud about the pitfalls of everyday English she encounters at Humboldt State.
Humboldt State will hold a free e-waste drop off event for HSU students, faculty and staff Saturday, Dec. 8 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. in the Student Business Services parking lot.
Humboldt State University’s First Street Gallery presents Midnight Sun: Works by Julie McNiel. Produced and curated by the students in HSU’s Museum and Gallery Practices Program, the exhibit runs Nov. 27 to Dec. 3.
Humboldt State University’s First Street Gallery presents Works by the Giant Squid: A Print Makers Collective featuring affordable works of art for the Holiday Season. The exhibition, which is produced by students in HSU’s Museum and Gallery Practices Program, runs Nov. 27 to Dec. 23.
Humboldt State University’s Art Department will host a Fall Art and Artisans Fair in the Reese Bullen Gallery, Wednesday, Dec. 5, 3-7 p.m., and Thursday, Dec. 6, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
On a recent Thursday evening, students in Professor Lonny Grafman’s engineering 215 class gathered in Science D to present their design projects.
Jazz of different styles and from different eras gets the big band treatment in two concerts by HSU ensembles: the AM Jazz Band on Thursday, Dec. 6 and the Jazz Orchestra on Saturday, Dec. 8.
The Humboldt Symphony and a chorus comprised of the Humboldt Chorale and University Singers perform the ultimate big finish to their holiday concert: the Hallelujah Chorus from Handel’s Messiah, and the audience is invited to join in.
HSU students are making it easier for you to go green. The Humboldt State chapter of PowerSave Green Campus recently launched a blog with news, events and tips on how to be environmentally conscious.
Humboldt State University will soon mark its 100th year, with a full academic year of events and activities scheduled to celebrate the milestone.
Catching up on the latest Humboldt State news from your handheld device just got a little easier.
The California State University’s 2012-13 Quality Online Learning and Teaching (QOLT) program is seeking faculty submissions.
Stephen C. Sillett, the first Kenneth L. Fisher Chair in Redwood Forest Ecology at Humboldt State University, and his colleagues have confirmed the second-largest tree on earth, about 3,240 years old, above a trail junction in Sequoia National Park, according to the latest edition of National Geographic magazine.
Humboldt State University has joined colleges around the country for the Food Recovery Challenge, an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) initiative to reduce food waste.
Do our lifestyle choices affect our lifespan? And is our obsession with cleanliness making us sick? HSU students explore these questions and more at HSU’s first undergraduate anthropology research symposium 6 p.m. Nov. 29 in the Native American Forum.
It’s a bugler’s holiday with the HSU Symphonic Band Friday, Nov. 30 at Fulkerson Hall, but there’s more. It’s also, a tribute to gum-suckers, a dramatic sunset, a visit to Electric Park, a Mexican anthem and a rare demonstration of the art of “the smear.”
It’s a holiday show with a difference: the story is one of the oldest in India. Yet it has all the elements of western fairy tales: it’s Cinderella with a twist. “Though we try to be true to the essence of Sanskrit drama,” said Margaret Thomas Kelso, who adapted it for the 21st century stage, “we present it as a fairy tale story with a rich cultural history.”
The Humboldt State Calypso Band performs a steel band classic and the HSU Percussion Ensemble features dramatic rhythms of a Balinese chant in their joint concert on Saturday, Dec. 1 in the Van Duzer Theatre.
The HSU Madrigal Singers present their annual holiday show of 16th century English hits, followed by the Mad River Transit Singers creating some spontaneous jazz combustion in their joint concert on Sunday, Dec. 2 at Fulkerson Recital Hall.
The following was provided by the CSU Chancellor’s Office.
Four Humboldt State University faculty members will speak at the Eureka TEDx event from 1-5 p.m. Sunday Dec. 2 at the Arcata Theater Lounge.
Humboldt State University lecturer Jason Plume of the Department of Politics will discuss medical marijuana reform on Tuesday, Nov. 27, at 5:30 p.m. in the university’s Native American Forum adjoining the Behavioral and Social Sciences Building.
The Humboldt State University Career Center is ramping up its employment assistance efforts to connect students and local businesses during the holidays.
When David Wellman entered Humboldt State’s Secondary Education Credential program last fall, he knew he wanted to teach high school mathematics but he didn’t know where.
Two HSU Geography faculty members have received research grants totaling $150,000.
The following was provided by the CSU Chancellor’s Office.
The California State University will avoid a $250 million mid-year budget cut after voters’ approval of Proposition 30, and will start the process of rescinding the $249 per semester tuition fee increase already in place. With the passage of Proposition 30, CSU’s budget will essentially remain flat for the remainder of this fiscal year, but state funding is still approximately $1 billion less than several years ago.
The Humboldt State Anthropology Department will host its first-ever undergraduate research symposium 6 p.m. Nov. 29 in the Native American Forum on the first floor of the Behavioral and Social Sciences Building.
Need funding to get your business started? Economic Fuel is hosting a capitalization workshop, Nov. 15 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the Arcata Economic Development Corporation, Conference Room
at 100 Ericson Ct. in Arcata.
Robert Bryant, Director of the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, UC Berkeley, will deliver the 60th Harry S. Kieval Lecture, “Geometry Old and New: from Euclid to String Theory,” on Thursday, Nov. 1 at 7:30 p.m. in Founder’s Hall, Room 118, at Humboldt State University.
Edward Nuhfer, who was previously Director of Faculty Development at California State University, Channel Islands, was recently named Humboldt State University’s Director of Educational Effectiveness.
KHUM-FM and Humboldt State University present the 17th Annual “Stop the Violence Start the Healing Campaign” Oct. 31 through Nov. 16th.
Humboldt State and College of the Redwoods are a hosting a student compeition in conjunction with their 2012/13 book of the year, Outliers. Eight winning finalists will receive $500.
The HSU Guitar Ensemble explores twentieth century music in its fall concert on Friday, Nov. 9 in Fulkerson Recital Hall.
The Humboldt Bay Brass Band salutes veterans and the Olympics in its “Heroes and Warriors” concert on Saturday, Nov. 10 in Fulkerson Recital Hall.
There may be no such thing as too much jazz, but this fall there was too much for one Jazz Combos concert—so Fulkerson Recital Hall will host two separate shows with a total of five combos on Sunday, Nov. 11.
HSU Veterans Enrollment and Transition Services (VETS) hosts its second annual Veteran’s Day Run/Walk on Monday, Nov. 12 in Redwood Bowl on the HSU campus. Ceremony and race begin at 9 a.m.
Humboldt State alumnus and author Richard Slimbach (’73, Sociology) will keynote the Global Studies theme of the campus’s annual International Education Week Nov. 13-16.
Humboldt State University’s College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, Department of Native American Studies and the Seventh Generation Fund will host Crow Creek Sioux scholar and poet Elizabeth Cook-Lynn on Thursday, Oct. 25 at 6 p.m. in the Native American Forum adjoining the Behavioral and Social Sciences Building. She will deliver a lecture titled “The Colonial Relationship between the U.S. and Native Nations.” The event is free and open to the public.
Humboldt State University’s annual Campus Dialogue on Race, Oct. 29 – Nov. 9, will center on human rights, reproductive justice and the history of California’s freedom struggles.
HSU Sociology student Rachelle Irby (’12) has received a 2012 Sustainability Leadership Award from the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE), the national organization that advances sustainability in higher education.
Humboldt State University has unveiled the new name of its Native American Arts Gallery.
Fresh from a “vividly dramatic” performance in Manhattan lauded by the New York Times, mezzo-soprano (and Arcata High grad) Hai-Ting Chinn returns home to perform a recital of spooky songs from the classical repertoire on Halloween night, Oct. 31 at the HSU Fulkerson Recital Hall at HSU.
The HSU Opera Workshop puts the comic back in opera with a series of spoofs on Friday and Saturday, Nov. 2 and 3 in Fulkerson Recital Hall at HSU.
Associated Students has registered a record number of Humboldt State campus voters for the nation’s Nov. 6 general election.
The Humboldt State University Department of Theatre, Film & Dance presents an authorized staged reading of “8,” the celebrated play about Proposition 8 and marriage equality, for one benefit performance Thursday, Nov. 1 at 7:30 p.m. in the Van Duzer Theatre.
Humboldt State Wildlife students took home another gold this year at the Wildlife Society’s annual quiz bowl competition Oct. 16 in Portland, Ore.
Emanuel Delgado, a senior majoring in geography, won a prestigious award at the 75th Association of Pacific Coast Geographers Meeting in Olympia, Wash. His poster, “Wetlands Loss of the Mad River Slough, 1870-2001,” captured first prize in a competition that included undergraduate and graduate students from 11 western states.
The Humboldt State Police Department and Emergency Management Program will host a series of campus wide fire drills Oct. 15-26. The annual drills meet the university’s building evacuation requirements. In case of a real or practiced fire alarm, students, faculty and staff must evacuate to the designated rally point outside of their building. Consult the list below for a list of upcoming fire drills and their corresponding rally points.
A newly completed upgrade to Humboldt State’s hydrogen fueling station has connected HSU to California’s Hydrogen Highway, an emerging statewide network of such stations.
Humboldt State University has appointed Craig Wruck its new Vice President for University Advancement and Executive Director of the HSU Advancement Foundation. He begins in early December.
The Sexual Assault Prevention Committee (SAPC) of Humboldt State has received a $250,000 Department of Justice grant to fund programs that prevent and respond to sexualized violence, domestic and dating violence and stalking.
The California State University releases its 2011-2012 Legislative Scorecard with one grade conspicuously absent: A.
Humboldt Symphony features three student instrumental and vocal soloists, plus a piece by a student composer in its concert on Saturday October 27 in Fulkerson Recital Hall.
Four acclaimed children and young adult authors will speak about their work and answer questions about their success as writers at 5 p.m. October 24 in the Library Fishbowl as part of HSU’s Visiting Writers Series.
Students, faculty and staff of Humboldt State University are urged to join the nearly 9 million Californians registered to participate in the Great California Shakeout earthquake readiness drill happening on Oct. 18, at 10:18 am.
The melody may have sounded like a cacophony of random notes, but to the musicians, it may as well have been Bach. Using rubber mallets and a little imagination, the preschoolers had managed to create a schoolyard symphony.
A Clubs Fair & Carnival, Athletics Hall of Fame dinner, Food Truck Festival and Saturday football game headline Humboldt State University’s Homecoming & Family Weekend, Friday and Saturday, Oct. 19-20.
Humboldt State University’s Reese Bullen Gallery presents IGNITE! The Art of Sustainability through November 15, 2012 with an opening reception on Thursday, October 18 from 4-6 p.m.
Humboldt State alumnus and wildlife disease ecologist Mourad Gabriel will assess the threats to wildlife and the food chain posed by rodenticides and acutely toxic pesticides when he discusses the mounting risks of dismantled marijuana grows in a lecture on Monday, Oct. 29. He will speak at 5:30 p.m. in the Native American Forum adjoining HSU’s Behavioral & Social Sciences Building.
Associated Students hosts a voter registration drive on Thursday, Oct. 18 in the South Lounge of the University Center. From noon until 2 p.m. students are encouraged to stop by the lounge, grab some free pizza, register to vote if they haven’t done so already, and learn about the candidates and initiatives that will appear on the Nov. 6 ballot.
The HSU Symphonic Band celebrates home and family for Homecoming and Family Weekend in a joint concert with the Jazz Orchestra on Saturday, Oct. 20 in Fulkerson Recital Hall.
A public policy analyst will discuss the political economy of policing southern Humboldt’s cannabis agriculture in a lecture on Monday, Oct. 8 at 5:30 p.m. in the Native American Forum adjoining Humboldt State University’s Behavioral and Social Sciences Building, Room 162.
Humboldt State University will test its campus-wide Emergency Alert System on Thursday, Oct.11 from 11:45 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Humboldt State University is reinforcing its commitment to sustainability to carry on the school’s 40-year role in fostering resource-friendly practices and curriculum campus-wide.
The following was provided by the Cal State Chancellor’s Office
The California State University Board of Trustees today named Timothy P. White, chancellor of the University of California, Riverside, as the seventh chancellor to lead the 23 campus CSU system, the largest four-year public higher education system in the country.
Humboldt State University will host a free, two-part symposium, “Environmental Challenges of Marijuana Agriculture in the Age of Prohibition,” on Friday, Oct. 12, 1-5 p.m. in Native American Forum Room 162 of the Behavioral and Social Sciences Building, 16th & Union Streets, Arcata.
Careful Gov. Romney. Big Bird turns out to be quite an attention-grabber in Red States and Swing States.
Violinist Cindy Moyer begins her project of playing all 10 Beethoven violin sonatas in an HSU Music Faculty Artist Series concert with pianist Daniela Mineva 8 p.m. Saturday, October 13 in Fulkerson Recital Hall.
Coinciding with School Psychology Awareness Week, Nov. 12-16, Humboldt State University’s School Psychology Student Club, the Department of Psychology and Indian Tribal & Education Personnel Program will host a keynote address on cultural identity by a leading Native American school psychologist.
Humboldt State University’s annual Indigenous Peoples Week, Oct. 8-12, will be anchored by Marilyn Vann, President of the Descendants of Freedmen of the Five Civilized Tribes Association and President of African Indians of the Five Civilized Tribes Foundation, and by Carolyn Dunn, Native American poet, playwright and musician.
Humboldt State University’s completely revamped MBA program hinges on how top 21st century business is reshaping strategic sustainability and the new careers that will flow from it.
Clyde Edward Davis, Jr., Professor Emeritus of Chemistry at Humboldt State University, died peacefully at his home in Bend, Oregon on September 17, 2012, at the age of 75. He was with family.
Humboldt State University’s First Street Gallery will exhibit new paintings by alumna Susanna Bluhm (’98) Oct. 2 to Nov. 4.
Internationally renowned pianist Young-Hyun Cho celebrates keyboard masters in the refurbished Fulkerson Recital Hall at HSU on Friday, September 28.
Two HSU students have received internships from the Redwood Coast Tsunami Work Group, through the state’s Earthquake Country Alliance (ECA).
Alister Shirazi (’12, Economics) recently opened a repair business in Arcata for cell phones and wireless devices, thanks in part to support he received through HSU.
Down the Hill Home: Art by Rick Bartow is featured at Humboldt State University’s Native American Arts Gallery and on exhibit Sept. 27 through Dec. 1.
The following was provided by the Cal State Chancellor’s Office.
The CSU Board of Trustees this week adopted budget contingency measures that include increasing tuition fees by $150 a semester (5 percent) if Proposition 30, Gov. Brown’s tax initiative, fails and triggers a $250 million budget cut to the CSU.
HSU’s trailblazing mycologist Terry Henkel and students hack their way through South American jungles to uncover the secrets of tropical fungi.
Humboldt State has purchased three new instruments and has begun remodeling existing space to support student and faculty research in the earth, physical and biological sciences.
The following was provided by the Cal State Chancellor’s Office.
The California State University Board of Trustees today adopted budget contingency measures based on the outcome of Proposition 30 on the November 6 ballot. The board voted 11 to 3 to raise tuition fees by $150 a semester or 5 percent if the Governor’s tax initiative fails and a $250 million “trigger” budget cut to the CSU goes into effect. Alternatively, the board also voted to roll back the 9.1 percent tuition fee increase already in effect for fall if voters approve the tax measure. Faculty trustee Bernadette Cheyne, student trustee Jillian Ruddell and Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson voted against the resolutions.
Humboldt State University senior Dannisha Battle has received a 2012 William Randolph Hearst/CSU Trustees’Award for Outstanding Achievement. The award is $3,000.
Will Goldenberg tossed a handful of peanuts onto the concrete, hoping to lure the Steller’s Jay from its nest outside Founders Hall. After a few minutes, the blue and black bird popped out of a bush and hopped over to the pile of nuts scattered on the ground.
The Schatz Energy Research Center at Humboldt State University and the Redwood Coast Energy Authority are soliciting broad community feedback on a comprehensive development plan that would maximize Humboldt County’s long-term reliance on local renewable energy resources.
For the fourth year running, HSU is rated among the top 15% of colleges, universities and trade schools nationally that provide comprehensive support to soldier students and their spouses.
Michael S. Bruner, a professor in Humboldt State’s Department of Communication, has co-edited a collection of essays entitled “The Rhetoric of Food: Discourse, Materiality and Power” published by Routledge, an international academic publishing house.
The newly named Center for Service Learning & Academic Internships is seeking applicants for the 2012-13 HSU Service Learning Faculty Fellows Program. Deadline to apply is Sept. 21.
The latest U.S. News & World Report rankings, released today, places Humboldt State No. 12 among public regional universities in the West.
The following was provided by the CSU Chancellor’s Office.
TO: All CSU Employees
FROM: Gail Brooks, Vice Chancellor, Human Resources
RE: Public Employee Pension Reform Act of 2012
The Public Employee Pension Reform Act of 2012 was signed by the governor today and will become law on January 1, 2013. As you can imagine, there are many complexities to this legislation and we are diligently working with CalPERS on the interpretation of the bill (AB 340) as it pertains to CSU employees. We understand there are many questions regarding the impact of this bill and will provide you with information as quickly as possible. Listed below are some highlights of AB 340.
World experts in ecology, biology and conservation will headline a two-day Biodiversity Conference at Humboldt State University the weekend of Sept. 29 and 30.
HSU is one of thirteen recipients of the 2012/2013 Beverage Container Recycling grant, awarded by the California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery, or CalRecycle.
Celebrated ocean explorer, environmentalist and filmmaker Jean-Michel Cousteau will speak about “The Great Ocean Adventure” in an exclusive North Coast appearance on Tuesday, Oct. 2, at 7 p.m. at Humboldt State University’s Van Duzer Theatre.
School is in and the HSU Music faculty presents its annual Welcome Concert on Saturday September 8 at 5 p.m., inaugurating the newly refurbished Fulkerson Recital Hall.
When Marysol Cueva (Marine Biology, Zoology) joined HSU’s Supplemental Instruction program as a junior, she hoped it would provide her with the study skills she needed to pass introductory Chemistry.
HSU Alumnus Matthew Marshall will join Schatz Energy Research Center Engineer Jim Zoellick Sept. 20 to discuss renewable energy use in Humboldt County.
Engineers and student researchers at Humboldt State’s Schatz Energy Research Center are conducting a plug-in electric vehicle planning study for Humboldt County.
September is National Preparedness Month and Humboldt State University is offering a number of free workshops for students, staff, and faculty to help participants become better prepared and informed. Disaster preparedness experts stress that, while getting prepared can be overwhelming, the goal is to take small steps each month. One suggestion is to start where you stand, look around, and ask yourself ‘what can I do to make myself and my family safe?’
Humboldt State University is among the venues for a series of forums in September, Imagine Humboldt!, that address the future of Humboldt County.
A Humboldt State University investigation has found evidence of hazing at a women’s soccer team party earlier this month and, as a consequence, President Rollin Richmond has suspended the team for three games.
Humboldt State University Biological Sciences Professor Jianmin Zhong has received a three-year, $353,500 grant from the National Institutes of Health to advance innovative tick research.
Humboldt State University has launched myHumboldt, an online portal for students, staff and faculty that simplifies access to popular web applications like email, calendar and learning software. Users can now access these applications by logging in once with their HSU User Name and password, making it much easier to get work done online.
The Humboldt State University Library will host the bilingual traveling exhibit Wherever There’s a Fight, a history of the civil rights movements in California, from Sunday, Sept. 23 through Tuesday, Nov. 18.
During his 14-year tenure, Dr. Charles B. Reed has demonstrated an unwavering commitment to serving the needs of all students and significantly improving access to underrepresented students. He is an ardent supporter of the CSU and champions higher education in California and throughout the country.
Last summer, HSU Faculty Member Lonny Grafman and his students built a classroom in the Dominican Republic using nothing more than discarded plastic bottles, chicken wire, wood and tin.
Humboldt State University has cancelled the 2012-13 Men’s soccer season and initiated disciplinary proceedings against a number of players for hazing and underage drinking at a party two weeks ago. Players were found to have violated rules in the student and student-athlete codes of conduct.
Humboldt State University is investigating multiple members of the Women’s Intercollegiate Soccer Team for alleged hazing, as well as other possible violations of student and athletic codes of conduct.
This month’s exhibit in the first floor Display Case at the Humboldt State University Library is titled HSU Library Special Collections: Looking Back at 15 Years, a selection of recent acquisitions and digitized older photograph collections from the Humboldt Room, assembled by Librarian Joan Berman and her recently-retired colleague, Archivist Edie Butler. The exhibit was designed and installed by summer intern and HSU alumna Brittany Britton (2012).
Humboldt State University and College of the Redwoods have named Malcolm Gladwell’s bestseller, Outliers, The Story of Success, their Book of the Year for 2012/13.
A team of Humboldt State faculty and staff has completed a yearlong effort to overhaul the university’s campus standard plant list.
Humboldt State has been named one of the best colleges in the West by The Princeton Review.
For the 13th consecutive year, Humboldt State University, the Redwood Coast Tsunami Work Group and the California Emergency Management Agency will sponsor the Earthquake Tsunami Exhibit at the Humboldt County Fair, Aug. 15-26. Hours will be 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. in Hindley Hall in the commercial building.
From upgraded “smart” classrooms to improved study space in the library, facilities planners and crews were hard at work this summer on several campus improvement projects.
Humboldt State University is investigating multiple members of the Men’s Intercollegiate Soccer Team for alleged hazing, as well as violations of student and athletic codes of conduct.
HSU has been named one of Outside Magazine’s top 25 colleges.
The Bernard Osher Foundation has given a gift of $500,000 to Humboldt State University to create a new scholarship program for transfer students.
Humboldt State University’s Career Center will host a Part-Time Job Fair on Thursday, Aug. 23, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., to help returning students meet local employers about employment opportunities. Last year’s fair drew more than 2,000 students.
Humboldt State University President Rollin Richmond has named Joyce Hendricks Lopes, Chief Business Officer and Assistant Superintendent at Western Placer Unified School District, Lincoln, CA, to be Vice President for Administration and Finance, effective Oct.1.
Humboldt State University First Street Gallery presents Light of Day: Selections from Humboldt State University’s Permanent Collection. The exhibit will run from August 21st through September 16th, 2012.
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) will host its Fall 2012 Open House on Saturday, Aug. 11 from 1-3 p.m. at the Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, 921 Waterfront Drive, Eureka. Early registration and OLLI faculty will be available.
Humboldt State will conduct a practice fire drill in one of its campus residence halls Wednesday, August 8, at 6 p.m.
Biology Education Professor Kimberly Tanner of San Francisco State University will lead the keynote workshop “Cultural Competency in the Classroom” at the Fall Institute for Student Success on Friday, Aug. 17, 1:30-5:30 p.m. in the Behavioral and Social Sciences Building. Registration begins at 1 o’clock in the lobby.
The following was provided by the CSU Chancellor’s Office.
The California State University has reached a tentative agreement on a successor contract with the California Faculty Association (CFA). The contract runs through June 30, 2014 and becomes effective upon ratification by CFA members and the CSU Board of Trustees.
Humboldt State hosts its annual Humboldt Orientation Program (HOP) from Wednesday, Aug.15 through Friday, Aug. 17 in a combined single session that will be the biggest ever, comprising 1,300 incoming freshmen. The Family and Guest Program will coincide with orientation.
President Rollin Richmond and Provost Robert Snyder will welcome the campus community at Convocation ceremonies for the 2012/13 academic year on Friday, Aug. 17, at 8:30 a.m. in Van Duzer Theatre. Refreshments will be served immediately following in the Van Duzer Quad.
The following was provided by the CSU Chancellor’s Office
The California State University has selected Pearson eCollege as the partner to provide online course and program delivery services for the Cal State Online initiative. The announcement was made by the Cal State Online Board.
Thirty-three Humboldt State student-athletes have earned California Collegiate Athletic Association All-Academic recognition for their accomplishments in the classroom during the 2011-12 school year.
The City of Arcata Fire Department will conduct a test drill at Jolly Giant Commons and the College Creek Apartments at Humboldt State University on Wednesday, July 18, from 7-9 p.m. All adjoining roads are slated to remain open during the exercise.
The following was provided by the CSU Chancellor’s Office.
With the state budget for 2012-13 now signed, the California State University Board of Trustees discussed budget options for the system at its regularly scheduled board meeting today. The final budget relies on the successful passage of the Governor’s tax measure in November. University officials laid out the difficult budget choices if voters don’t approve the measure and the CSU faces an additional $250 million mid-year “trigger” cut. Options include strategies to reduce payroll costs, a “triggered” mid-year tuition fee increase, enrollment reductions, and other ideas are all part of the contingencies being considered.
Humboldt State University wildlife students and staff are among the volunteers assisting with the care of waste-contaminated Brown Pelicans at the Bird Ally X/Humboldt Wildlife Care Center in Arcata.
John Y. Lee, Dean of Humboldt State University’s College of Professional Studies, has announced the appointment of Hari Singh to be chair of the School of Business, succeeding Economics Professor Steve Hackett who served as interim chair.
Shih-Hsung (Alex) Hwu has been named Associate Vice President of Humboldt State University’s Office of Distance & Extended Education, effective July 23.
Humboldt State University First Street Gallery presents Dragon Summer: Works by Emerging HSU Alumni. The exhibit will run from July 5th through August 5th 2012.
The following was provided by the CSU Chancellor’s Office.
CSU Chancellor Reed issued this statement June 28 concerning Governor Jerry Brown’s final budget package:
The governor signed the budget bill last night and this morning the Department of Finance posted a summary of the enacted budget package, including the Governor’s veto message. The final budget package is consistent with what was reported yesterday. The veto message includes some new information, as follows:
You might reasonably assume that a trumpet made in 1996 or 2006 would be played pretty much the same way as a trumpet made, for example, in the 1660s in the reign of England’s Charles II.
Humboldt State University has been ranked among the top friendliest schools for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender students by the national non-profit Campus Pride.
A report on homelessness by a Humboldt State University institute says peer support, vocational training and inclusive governance are among the best ways to get the local homeless back on their feet and ease their plight.
Rose Sita Francia, an administrative, agriculture and nutrition specialist who was most recently an instructor at Mendocino College in Ukiah, has been named coordinator of Humboldt State University’s Early Assessment Program, succeeding Robert Sizoo.
The following was issued by the CSU Chancellor’s Office.
California State University Board Chair Bob Linscheid today announced the appointment of seven trustee members to serve on the Special Committee for the Selection of the Chancellor. The Special Committee, chaired by Trustee Bill Hauck, will hold its first meeting on June 28 from 10 a.m. to noon at the Chancellor’s Office in Long Beach to receive input from CSU stakeholders and the public. The committee will meet in closed session following the public forum to discuss additional issues related to the search.
Rhea Williamson, Dean of Humboldt State’s Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, has announced the appointment of Steve Karp to be the Director of the Sponsored Programs Foundation with immediate effect.
Registration is now open for the 2012 Marine Sciences Summer Program. The two-session program is an opportunity for young children aged 6 to 12 years old to learn about the coastal environment through fun and exciting activities. The first session runs July 9 through 13 and the second session runs July 16 through 20, and participants may pick and choose the days they wish to attend. Each day runs from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., and participants meet at the Humboldt State Marine Lab at 570 Ewing Street, Trinidad California 95570. Cost is $10 per day or $40 for the whole week.
Humboldt State University’s Institute for Student Success (ISS) has put together a storehouse of practical tips for strong teaching.
WEST WINDSOR, N.J. — After both races in the National Collegiate Athletic Association Div. II Rowing Championships were completed, there wasn’t a dry eye in the Humboldt State party as tears of joy fell for the Jacks’ first-ever National Championship.
The following was provided by the CSU Chancellor’s Office.
The following was provided by the CSU Chancellor’s Office.
The California State University today released preliminary systemwide data for the upcoming fall term indicating all-time highs in applications, and a year-over-year increase in the number of students admitted.
A dozen Humboldt State undergraduates have completed a three-year, $125,000 National Science Foundation project creating a vast database of nearly 73,000 specimens in HSU’s Vascular Plant Herbarium.
The California State University’s System-wide Budget Advisory Committee will meet Wednesday, May 23, to discuss cost reduction and revenue strategies in the face of unprecedented budget cuts to the CSU system. The meeting will be broadcast live online and the Humboldt State community is invited to attend a special presentation of the meeting from 10:30 to noon in Founders Hall 111.
The EPA has launched a new design competition called the Campus RainWorks Challenge to encourage student teams on college and university campuses across the country to develop innovative approaches to stormwater management. The competition will help raise awareness of green design and planning approaches at colleges and universities, and train the next generation of landscape architects, planners and engineers in green infrastructure principles and design.
The following was provided by the CSU Chancellor’s Office.
California State University Chancellor Charles B. Reed announced today that he will retire as chancellor of the CSU following a 14-year tenure with the university system.
The Humboldt State University bookstore is getting a facelift. Slated for a June 22 completion, the remodeling will include new flooring, upgraded display cases and an improved layout.
HSU First Street Gallery presents two, new, short videos featuring the artists Michael Guerriero and Erin Whitman who currently, each have separate, one-person exhibitions at First Street Gallery.
The following was provided by the CSU Chancellor’s Office.
The CSU will receive an essentially flat budget in 2012-13 but faces an additional $250 million cut in November if voters reject Gov. Jerry Brown’s tax measure.
The following was provided by the California State University Chancellor’s Office
The California Faculty Association (CFA) walked out of negotiations with the California State University (CSU) on Saturday, May 5 after the two sides had resumed bargaining on May 3.
Humboldt State University will host the summer open house of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute on Saturday, June 2, from 1-3 p.m., in the Great Hall of the College Creek Apartment Complex adjoining Harpst Street in Arcata.
Humboldt State University students and Humboldt County residents will take part in the annual AIDS/LifeCycle fundraising ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles, June 3-9.
Ogden, Utah—Only minutes into the 79-mile road race, someone in the pack moved the wrong way and about half of the 98 riders in the Division II men’s field crashed to the ground. Nate Abel’s Cervelo fork cracked. His front wheel bent like a taco. Riders scrambled to get off the pavement. Their bike jerseys were torn and blood-stained. It was a mess. “I thought I was going to stop,” said Abel, whose left eye was visibly bruised and swollen. “I squeezed my breaks, but then uh-oh.”
Online registration is open for the July 19-21 Building Green Communities Conference and Trade Expo at Humboldt State University and the Arcata Community Center, cosponsored by HSU and Plan It Green, the Humboldt County-based educational non-profit that promotes sustainable economic development.
The U.S. Department of Education has awarded Humboldt State University’s Upward Bound program a $1.25 million grant to continue its initiatives that help disadvantaged youths attend college.
Graduate student Brandon Namm is putting the finishing touches on a multi-year research project that investigates an area few scientists have ventured before: Underground to understand the root systems of the tanoak.
The AM Jazz Band plays a six-pack of jazz classics by the well-known and the under-appreciated on Thursday May 3 in the Fulkerson Recital Hall.
From Appalachia to Mexico, Berlin cabaret to the Beijing Opera, the Humboldt Symphony and guests explore musical hybrids on Friday evening, May 4 and Sunday afternoon, May 6 in the Fulkerson Recital Hall at HSU.
HSU Guitar Ensemble explores music of the Spanish guitar from flamenco and classic sonatas to Gypsy jazz of the modern era, on Saturday May 5 in the Fulkerson Recital Hall.
The University Singers, directed by Harley Muilenburg, perform the “Ave Maria” of famed 16th century composer Tomas L. de Victoria, and the gospel song, “Lord I Know I Been Changed.” They turn to contemporary tunes including “Requiem for the Masses” by popular music composer Terry Kirkman, and “Song of Songs” by contemporary English composer Patrick Hawes.
Humboldt State University will host its 2012 Commencement ceremonies Saturday, May 12 in Redwood Bowl. An estimated 2,200 graduates from HSU’s three colleges are eligible to participate and President Rollin Richmond will preside.
When it comes to long-running student questions, Darvin DeShazer’s (’72, Biology, ’86, Education) might take the cake.
Humboldt State’s record-setting running back Lyndon Rowells has been signed by the Carolina Panthers as an undrafted free agent, according to a number of web sites tracking signings.
Humboldt State University business senior Melanie Barnett has been awarded a $1,000 scholarship by Business Matchmaking, a California non-profit that links small business suppliers with state and federal buyers.
The gift scholarship, made under the auspices of HSU’s School of Business, recognizes Barnett as “an outstanding HSU business student interested in entrepreneurship.” It will help her finance her participation in a business studies program this summer in Switzerland.
Humboldt State University President Rollin C. Richmond will confer an honorary doctorate degree at Commencement May 12 on one of the world’s prime movers of regenerative medicine and stem cell research.
Instant drama, comedy and fantasy in concentrated form: it’s the 14th edition of the ever-popular HSU 10 Minute Play Festival, opening for five performances on April 25.
With a talked-about group of grade school percussionists from southern California called “We Got the Beat” as well as the HSU World Percussion Group to start things off, the Humboldt State Calypso Band presents high-energy dance music in its annual spring concert in the Van Duzer Theatre on Saturday April 28.
The following was provided by the CSU Chancellor’s Office.
The California State University and the California Faculty Association (CFA) have agreed to return to bargaining on a successor contract in early May to resolve a limited number of issues that remain in dispute.
To Michael Kauffmann, a Biology graduate student and lecturer at HSU, the Klamath Mountain region is more than just a great place to hike. It’s a museum, he says, that tells the stories of over 3,500 species of plants.
“It’s like taking a puzzle and seeing how many pieces can fit together to please everyone within a budget,” says Chris Bryan, a Recreation senior in Steve Martin’s Environmental Planning Workshop class. The class is working on the master plan for Redwood Community Park and the Arcata Marsh, a document that will determine how these public spaces will be used for the next decade.
Local radio DJ Mike Dronkers (’99, Journalism) says that HSU is like a “sandbox.”
“You can get in, you can get dirty, it’s kind of fun, you can make mistakes, nobody gets hurt, but at the end of the day, you learn what works and what doesn’t,” Dronkers says.
The Campus Quality Survey: Spring 2012, available from the Institute of Research and Planning, demonstrates that the HSU Library is the most popular service on campus.
Guest appearances by trumpeter Gilbert Cline and the entire Symphonic Band are part of the HSU Jazz Orchestra’s celebration of jazz legend Gil Evans on Friday April 27 at Fulkerson Recital Hall.
As coastal and inland spring temperatures start to warm, drowning risks multiply on North Coast beaches and rivers.
Emmy-award winning cinematographer Rick Rosenthal (’67, Zoology) will return to Humboldt State May 1-2 to premiere his latest film about the bluefin tuna.
Humboldt State will host its second annual Institute for Student Success on Wednesday, May 16, comprising presentations, skill-building workshops and active discussions.
With selections from West Side Story, Avenue Q and other musicals and operas, HSU Opera Workshop highlights the serious and comic treatment of race, gender and other bias in two performances with an early start: 7:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, April 20 and 21 in Fulkerson Recital Hall.
Setting the stage for Humboldt State University’s Spring 2012 Philosophy Forum, KHSU-FM will air a discussion among philosophy faculty of “the New Atheism” and the age–old debate between science and faith on Tuesday, Apr. 17, at 7 p.m.
Austrian Peter Bruenner’s film “In Our Hands” was named “Best of Fest” at the 45th Humboldt Film Festival, sponsored by Humboldt State University’s Department of Theatre, Film and Dance and billed as the oldest student-run international independent short film festival worldwide.
HSU Madrigal Singers perform songs of love and celebration from Renaissance times, and MRT jazz singers do the same in the modern idiom in their shared concert on Sunday night, April 29.
At Humboldt State University’s Cultural Resources Facility, student Brandy Hurtado is helping to preserve the contents of five student notebooks.
Humboldt State University recognized the year’s distinguished alumni, faculty, students and staff during its first Humboldt State Honors Dinner.
Continuing a tradition begun in 1950, Humboldt State University honored its Outstanding Students 2011-2012 at award ceremonies Apr. 19, hosted by President Rollin Richmond, Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs Bob Snyder and Vice President of Student Affairs and Enrollment Peg Blake.
The HSU Religious Studies Club invites the campus community to an exhibition of a precious collection of sacred relics of the Buddha and many other Buddhist masters. The relics will be on display at the Veterans Hall Memorial Building, 1425 J St., in Arcata on. An opening ceremony takes place on Friday, April 27, from 6 to 8 p.m. The display continues on Saturday, April 28, from 10 to 7 p.m. and Sunday, April 29, from 10 to 5 p.m.
HSU Cycling is once again the Division II Western Collegiate Cycling Conference Champions in road racing, and HSU Cycling’s Luke Ramseth is once again the overall Division II Conference Champion. Twelve members of the HSU’s cycling team raced at conference championships in Reno this weekend. The team participated in the team time trial, criterium and road race events, finishing with enough points to win the title. Ramseth returned to Arcata with a medal, special yellow championship jersey and lucite star given only to the overall conference champions. He finished in sixth place in the Men’s A, 88-mile road race, in a tense finishing sprint with the main pack just seconds behind a lead breakaway of two riders from UC Davis and UC Santa Cruz.
Faculty and students of the HSU Music Department are combining to honor visiting composer Chen Yi in the best way possible: by playing her music and presenting it to a new North Coast public in two different concerts on April 22 and 23. These concerts are the centerpiece of the 4-day New Horizons Music Festival.
For the third year in a row, Humboldt State University has been rated among the most environmentally responsible colleges in the U.S. and Canada by the Princeton Review, an education services company, in partnership with the U.S. Green Building Council.
Atheist, author and physicist Victor Stenger will discuss his new book, “God and the Folly of Faith: The Incompatibility of Science and Religion,” when he delivers the keynote address at Humboldt State University’s Spring 2012 Philosophy Forum on Friday, Apr. 20, at 7 p.m. in the Behavioral and Social Sciences Building, room 166.
Humboldt State University’s Humboldt Center for Evolutionary Anthropology will hold its first annual fundraiser on Thursday, May 3, from 6:30 p.m. to 2 a.m. at Blue Lake Casino.
Humboldt State University will receive a Landscape Design Commendation from California Garden Clubs, Inc.’s Landscape Design Council in ceremonies at the spring meeting of the Humboldt District of CGCI on Friday, Apr. 27, at 11 a.m. at the First Covenant Church, 2526 J Street, Eureka. Humboldt State President Rollin Richmond will receive the honor on the university’s behalf.
Four bands, three vocalists, with music ranging from gypsy jazz to post-bop and funk, classics to originals, and even an alien tune from a Star Wars bar—all in the HSU version of a relaxed and intimate jazz club, the Depot. Together it’s an evening with Jazz Combos on Saturday April 14.
HSU Percussion Ensemble mines metal and the HSU World Percussion Group plays prize-winning sambas in their shared concert on Sunday, April 15, in Fulkerson Recital Hall.
The Humboldt State University Library will host an hour-long reading by campus poets in room 209, the second-floor Fishbowl, on Friday, Apr. 27 at 3 p.m. Staff and faculty poets will present brief selections of their works.
Humboldt State University is among the 10 California State University campuses to win the 23-campus system’s Energy Efficiency and Sustainability Best Practices Awards for 2012.
When scores of international marimba players descend on Arcata next summer for the annual Zeltsman Marimba Festival, it will be due in large part to the work of Tiana Arriaga (’12, Business and French).
Humboldt State University President Rollin Richmond has accepted the University Senate’s recommendations of James Floss, Department of Communication, to receive the 2011/2012 Excellence in Teaching Award and Terry Henkel, Department of Biological Sciences, to receive the 2011/2012 Scholar of the Year Award.
The HSU Marijuana Studies Working Group presents the first in a series of free public symposia on the ecological and human health impacts of the marijuana industry in the Emerald Triangle on Thursday, April 26 from 2 to 4 p.m. in the BSS Native Forum on Humboldt State University’s campus.
The Humboldt Film Festival presents THE POWER OF FILM, April 16-21 at the John Van Duzer Theater located on the Humboldt State University Campus.
The flute can sound like a singer, mimic a violin or even imitate a blackbird—and in this concert featuring Laura Snodgrass on flute and Daniela Mineva on piano, it does all three, and more. The flute as chameleon is the theme on Friday, Apr. 6 at the Fulkerson Recital Hall.
The Humboldt Bay Brass Band and its related ensembles—including the first U.S. student group to be invited to a prestigious event in New York City—perform classics and familiar tunes on Saturday, Apr. 7 at Fulkerson Recital Hall, under the direction of Gilbert Cline.
Humboldt State University will host its fifth annual California Big Time and Social Gathering on Saturday, Apr. 7, noon to 7 p.m. in the Lumberjack Arena.
From hip hop to ballet, Broadway to contemporary, HSU student dancers present their annual spring concert for five performances beginning Wednesday, Apr. 11 in the Van Duzer Theatre—including a dance recently honored at the American College Dance Festival.
Humboldt State University’s Student Health and Wellness Center reports a spike in recent days in influenza cases and urges the campus community to take precautionary measures.
Humboldt State University’s Department of Forestry and Wildland Resources has awarded more than $28,000 in scholarships to 25 undergraduate and graduate students in the department.
Humboldt State University will host the 53rd Annual Redwood Empire Mathematics Tournament on Saturday, Apr. 21.
Several of HSU’s 2012 Distinguished Alumni Award recipients will be presenting talks across campus on Friday, April 20.
Award-winning Humboldt State students will take part Earth Day Weekend, Apr. 21-23, in the National Sustainable Design Expo on the Washington Mall, sponsored by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Humboldt State University’s Sponsored Programs Foundation will host the McCrone Promising Faculty Scholars & Graduate Fellowship Awards on Wednesday, Apr. 11, at 4 p.m. in the Great Hall of the College Creek Apartments.
Humboldt State University’s Unscripted Sutras invite fans of theatre and comedy to An Unscripted Evening to see what happens when the playwright is tossed aside and a full-length play is made up on the spot, complete with improvised musical accompaniment and on-the-fly lighting.
HSU Cycling Team raced proudly on its home turf this weekend. Hayley Umayam stole the show, winning Sunday’s campus criterium one day after winning the 30-mile road race in the Women’s B category.
The Lobby Corps of HSU along with the California State Student Association is recruiting 10 Humboldt State students for the 17th annual California Higher Education Student Summit (CHESS) in Sacramento. The event runs April 20 through 23.
Humboldt State University has won a $10,000 award for its TRiO Talent Search college-entrance program, which aids Humboldt County pupils in grades six through 12. Talent Search is a long-term federal initiative that serves low-income youths across the country who are potential first-generation college students.
Humboldt State University has received top national honors for its direct, ongoing engagement with North Coast communities.
During a recent film shoot in the Anza-Borrego Desert, HSU Film Professor David Scheerer stumbled upon something rarely caught on camera.
Humboldt State University, the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office and the Redwood Coast Tsunami Work Group have produced 14 new tsunami zone maps for Humboldt County, based on a worst-case tsunami.
Ultimate Disc! Forget Lazy Days Playing Catch in the Park. Generations of HSU Students Have Taken Discs to a Whole New Level.
Humboldt State University First Street Gallery presents Projections: Paintings and Mixed Media by Erin Whitman, a lecturer in the Art Department at Humboldt State. The exhibit will run from April 3 through May 13, 2012.
Hundreds of historic photographs collected by the late Humboldt State University photographer Peter Palmquist (’65, Art) will be available online for students, researchers and historians later this year, thanks to a partnership between the HSU Library and Yale University’s Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library.
The Redwood Jazz Alliance and the Humboldt Arts Council proudly presens vocalist Kitty Margolis and her trio on Friday, Mar. 30 at 8 p.m. at the Morris Graves Museum of Art, 636 F Street, Eureka, Calif. Margolis’s trio features pianist Murray Low, bassist John Shifflett and drummer Allison Miller.
The Humboldt State University campus bookstore has taken delivery of “Love, InshAllah, the Secret Love Lives of American Muslim Women.”
Co-editors Ayesha Mattu and Nura Maznavi will read excerpts on Tuesday, Apr. 3 at 5 p.m. in the HSU Library Fishbowl.
CenterArts presents Cirque Dreams in Pop Goes The Rock on Thursday, Apr. 26 at 8 p.m. in the Van Duzer Theatre, HSU.
CenterArts presents Bruce Cockburn on Sunday, Apr. 29 at 8 p.m. in the Van Duzer Theatre, HSU.
CenterArts presents Patti Smith on Thursday, May 10 at 8 p.m. in the Van Duzer Theatre, HSU.
The HSU Cycling Team danced onto the podium in several categories this weekend with dazzling finishes in the Crockett Road Race and downtown Berkeley criterium.
Over the next five years, Humboldt State University will be able to offer 150 paid internships to business students, thanks to a $400,000 gift from the Patricia D. & William B. Smullin Foundation.
Humboldt State University First Street Gallery presents Celebrating the Eel River Salmon Run with art by Michael Guerriero. The exhibition of works on paper, canvas and mixed-media commemorate the return of higher population levels of salmon in the Eel River watershed.
Humboldt State University will test its campus-wide Emergency Alert System on Thursday, March 22, from 10:50 to 11 a.m.
She’s only a sophomore, but already, Zoe Berman has made Humboldt her campus. As the founder and editor in chief of Humboldt’s Her Campus online magazine, she’s working hard to help her fellow students feel more connected to their campus, too.
Hawaiian political science major Ninamarie Jeffrey already aspired to be a world citizen and human rights activist when she learned of Humboldt State’s Graduation Pledge to social and environmental responsibility. Now the Hilo junior is combining the two.
Humboldt State students took home first place in the Western Student Conclave wildlife quiz bowl Mar. 9-12 at the University of Idaho.
Humboldt State University Police and the Arcata Fire Department responded to a fire alarm sounded at 8:41 Thursday morning, Mar. 22, at University Center.
California State University Chancellor Charles B. Reed and Miami Dade College President Eduardo J. Padrón are the 2012 winners of the TIAA-CREF Hesburgh Award for Leadership Excellence. The awards were presented Mar. 12 at the American Council on Education’s 2012 Annual Meeting in Los Angeles.
Humboldt State University is alerting approximately 5,700 students to take precautions against identity theft in the wake of a single email that mistakenly transmitted some of their private information to a single student recipient.
Sunday, Apr. 22, 2012 at 8 p.m. in the Van Duzer Theatre, HSU. Tickets are $35 general, $35 Senior/Child and $15 HSU students. Tickets are available at the University Ticket Office and at humboldt.edu/centerarts.
CenterArts presents an evening with Branford Marsalis on Sunday, Mar. 25 at 8 p.m. in the Van Duzer Theatre, HSU. The National Endowment for the Arts Jazz Master, renowned Grammy Award®-winning saxophonist and Tony Award® nominee is one of the most revered instrumentalists of his time.
Comedy Central’s Eliot Chang brings his “Indecent Behavior” Stand-Up Comedy Tour to Humboldt State University’s Van Duzer Theatre on Friday, Mar. 23 at 8 p.m.
University of Michigan Professor Thomas P. Lyon will address “Sustainability: The Role of Business in a Radically Imperfect World” when he delivers the 19th annual Chung-Watson Lecture in Business Ethics at Humboldt State University on Thursday, Mar. 22 at 4 p.m. in the Great Hall of the new College Creek Apartments.
What has more colors than the rainbow, moves as fast as lightening and has 400 wheels? The answer: 200 cyclists who will be racing in a fast, fun criterium bicycle race on HSU’s campus from 7 a.m. to noon on Sunday, Mar. 25.
Enviance, Inc. and Environmental Leader named Humboldt State University as one of the “Sustainable 16,” a group of 16 colleges and universities who exemplify excellence in environmental academics.
Engineers at Humboldt State’s Schatz Energy Research Center (SERC) are using their expertise in sustainable technology to increase clean water access in the developing world.
Guest pianist Henning Vauth performs a portrait of a mad conductor, plus one of Mozart’s most popular sonatas and other works on Friday, Mar. 9 at HSU.
Humboldt State University Cycling Club made history this weekend with its first men’s and women’s time trial teams to compete in collegiate racing.
Humboldt State University students will devote half their Cesar Chavez holiday to help refurbish the site of the former Jefferson Elementary School in Eureka.
Humboldt State University will host a reading of “Love, InshAllah, The Secret Love Lives of American Muslim Women,” on Tuesday, Apr. 3 at 5 p.m. in the Library Fishbowl.
Sometimes one plus one is more than two. HSU is committed to improving campus communications. It’s also is committed to developing undergraduate research. Mix the two together and the result is an intriguing, synergistic project.
AS Presents Wanda Jackson and Sallie Ford & The Sound Outside on Wednesday, Apr. 18, 2012 at 9 p.m. in the Depot, HSU.
AS Presents Eskmo and K Theory on Friday, Apr. 27, 2012 at 9 p.m. in the Depot, HSU.
AS Presents Nick Waterhouse and The Missing Link Disc Jockeys on Saturday, Apr. 28, 2012 at 9 p.m. in the Depot, HSU.
The Department of Communication has announced their second art contest, soliciting entries for art that is welcoming to Latino and Latina students. Students and other artists are invited to submit their work by Mar. 21, 2012.
Humboldt State University’s Native American Arts Gallery highlights the beauty and art of local tribe’s utilitarian objects in its most recent exhibit, I Am These People: Native Design Over Time. The exhibit features works by local Native American artists selected from many private collections and the collections of United Indian Health Services, the Seventh Generation Fund for Indian Development, Clarke Historical Museum and Humboldt State University Library-Humboldt Room. The exhibit runs Mar. 8 through May 5, opening with a reception on Thursday, Mar. 8 from 4:30-6:30 p.m. The public is invited to attend.
Steve Smith, dean of the College of Natural Resources and Sciences, has announced the appointment of Dr. Frederick (Rick) Zechman to be the college’s associate dean, effective July 1.
Play/House, a collaboration of works by Claire Joyce and Garth Johnson, is in its final week. The exhibit, featuring a mixture of ceramics, glitter paintings, works on paper and mixed media installations, closes this Sunday, Mar. 4.
Make It All True, featuring an array of paintings and mixed media works by Bay Area artist Kelly Allen will run at Humboldt State University’s First Street Gallery through Sunday, Mar. 4.
On Saturday and Sunday, Mar. 3 and 4, the Humboldt Symphony performs Variations on a Theme by Paganini for Piano and Orchestra, featuring the winner of this year’s student piano concerto competition, Joseph Welnick.
On Friday, Mar. 2 in Fulkerson Recital Hall, internationally renowned violinist and Paganini Competition winner Bin Huang returns to HSU to play Paganini’s best known work, and again combines with pianist and HSU professor Daniela Mineva on other classical favorites.
Can a husband be unfaithful with his first wife’s ghost? Is it “astral bigamy” as his second wife suggests?
These and other odd questions fly around in Noel Coward’s Blithe Spirit—along with furniture and airborne household objects—in this haunting supernatural couples comedy. It opens Feb. 29 for one weekend at HSU.
A key player in developing common core state standards for U.S. mathematics will discuss the benchmarks in a lecture at Humboldt State University on Tuesday, Mar. 20, at 7:30 p.m.
Students with Humboldt State’s Green Campus program are ready to give out grades if faculty and staff are willing to take the test. Office sustainability evaluations are now available through the Green Workplace Assessment Certification Program.
What if gravity doesn’t behave exactly the way we think it does? And if we proved it doesn’t—what then?
Supporters of Native American education will gather at Humboldt State University March 15 through 17 for a series of workshops and cultural activities celebrating the success of American Indian education over the last 35 years.
HSU Associated Students (A.S.) is encouraging as many candidates as possible to run for key campus government offices in the elections slated for April 17-19.
Student Access Galleries presents three new student exhibitions in three galleries. All shows will be exhibiting from Feb. 12, 2012 until Mar. 17, 2012 on the HSU campus.
Soprano Elisabeth Harrington and six North Coast friends will sing a love song to ice cream, among other delicious vocal selections on Sunday afternoon, Feb. 26 in Fulkerson Recital Hall.
The HSU Symphonic Band previews a suite by a contemporary Chinese composer who will soon visit Humboldt, and the Jazz Orchestra showcases the work of jazz legend Gil Evans in a joint concert on Saturday, Feb. 25 in Fulkerson Recital Hall.
HSU Journalism Professor Marcy Burstiner’s 2009 textbook on investigative reporting will be translated into two Afghan languages.
CenterArts presents Playing for Change (PFC) on Tuesday, Mar. 13 at 8 p.m. in the Van Duzer Theatre, HSU.
The Humboldt Energy Independence Fund has awarded $33,000 to a student project that will retrofit the Fulkerson Recital Hall stage with light emitting diodes, or LEDs.
CenterArts presents The Original Lineup of Béla Fleck & The Flecktones on Wednesday, Mar. 7, 2012 at 8 p.m. in the Van Duzer Theatre, HSU.
Humboldt State University’s 18th annual Social Justice Summit on Mar. 2 and 3 will center on undocumented immigrant youth. The theme is “Education, not Deportation.”
Representatives from HSU’s Associated Students will be collecting “bucks” from students on Monday, Feb. 27 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the U.C. Quad. But they’re not looking for “bucks” bearing George Washington’s image—instead the student government representatives are raising awareness of California’s recent budget cuts to higher education.
The County of Humboldt’s Economic Development Division wants to engage Humboldt State University staff and faculty in updating its Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy.