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Humboldt State University will host a free public screening of “Becoming California” a public television documentary exploring man’s relationship with the environment 7 p.m. March 8 in the Van Duzer Theatre.
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Staff Tasha Howe, Psychology:
Psychology professor Tasha Howe was recently interviewed for a Parents Magazine article examining the milestones of being a new mom. In the article, Howe discusses common situations that new parents face such as making emergency doctors calls and documenting your baby’s biggest moments. For the full article, visit http://www.parents.com/baby/new-parent/motherhood/new-mom-milestones/.
Student Tiffany Longcor and Kayla Trotter, Communication:
Tiffany Longcor and Kayla Trotter, senior Communication majors, helped to conduct a survey of visitors at The Morris Graves Museum of Art during ARTS ALIVE! on March 1, 2014. The research project, directed by Dr. Michael Bruner, explored the organization-community relationship and will provide potentially useful information to the Museum. This project is an example of the College’s support of undergraduate research and commitment to the arts.
Staff Banning Ramirez, Emma Hopson, and Marissa Mourer, Humboldt Orientation Program:
Banning Ramirez, Emma Hopson, and Marissa Mourer recently returned from Phoenix, Arizona where they presented a session entitled “Tech It to the Limit” at the Region II meeting of the Association for Orientation, Retention, and Transition in Higher Education (NODA). The session focused on their use of free, collaborative technologies within the HOP office in order to be more efficient, sustainable, and empowering to students.