As a Geography student, Monica Moreno-Espinoza wasn’t about to let a research opportunity slip through her fingers during a two-month trip to Italy. With serious questions about refugees in mind, she paired sightseeing at the Roman Coliseum with 845 interviews of Italian college students from eight universities.
The California State University Office of the Chancellor announced today that Humboldt State University was awarded a $195,103 Integrated Program Grant from the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing to develop four-year teacher preparation programs.
African Masks from the Collection of James Gaasch, recently published by the Humboldt State University Press, contains photographs of the African masks and carvers from the Bwa (or Bwaba), Winiama and Mossi peoples of Burkina Faso, and the Bamana and Dogon peoples of Mali.
It is with great sadness that the California State University announces the passing of former CSU Chancellor Charles B. Reed who died today. Reed, 75, served as the CSU’s sixth chancellor and held the title of Chancellor Emeritus. He led the university from 1998 until his retirement in 2012.
With final exams coming next week, students can bone up on studies, grab a free dinner in the J Cafeteria, and study alongside tutors as the fall semester winds to a close.
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Faculty Matthew A Derrick, Geography:
On December 6, Matthew Derrick co-chaired a panel discussion titled “25 Years of Independence: Questioning Post-Soviet” at the Woodrow Wilson International Center Scholars in Washington, DC. The panel discussion, attended by scholars, policymakers, and media, coincided with the public release of the book Derrick co-edited, “Questioning Post-Soviet” (Wilson Center Press), which investigates the continuing significance of the fall of the USSR. The Wilson Center is the nation’s key non-partisan policy forum for tackling global issues through independent research and open dialogue to inform actionable ideas for Congress, the Administration and the broader policy community.
Student Sam Armanino, Journalism & Mass Communication:
Journalism Major Sam Armanino was selected as one of four students across the state for a California Press Foundation Internship. Through the highly competitive program, Armanino will be paid $2,500 to intern at the North Coast Journal during the Spring semester. The California Press Foundation provides grants to select students who demonstrate an exceptional interest in pursuing careers in the newspaper business in California. The students are required to pursue and secure the internship on their own. At the Journal, Armanino will work with HSU Journalism Alumnus Thadeus Greenson.
Faculty Leena Dallasheh, History:
Leena Dallasheh presented a paper, “When U.S. Aid didn’t Come to The Rescue: Nazareth, the Israeli state and water politics,” at the The Middle East Studies Association (MESA) Annual Meeting in Boston, MA.
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Call for Textbook Authors HSU Library
The call for faculty authors deadline has been extended to January 3, 2017. Faculty authors can publish their textbooks in open access and receive $1,500. For more information, go to http://digitalcommons.humboldt.edu/textbooks/ or contact the Scholarly Communications and Digital Scholarship Librarian Kyle Morgan at .
Dept. of Chemistry Newsletter Chemistry
The current edition of the Dept. of Chemistry Newsletter can be downloaded as a PDF here: http://www2.humboldt.edu/chemistry/news/2016CHEM%20newletter_Final.pdf
Call for Entries: 2017 CSU Student Research Competition Office of Research, Economic & Community Development
Applications Sought for 31st Annual CSU Student Research Competition
The Humboldt State Office of Research, Economic & Community Development is encouraging students to participate in the 2017 CSU Student Research Competition.
Students must submit a written summary of their research or creative presentations to the Office of Research by Friday, January 27, 2017. If selected, students will compete at CSU Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo on April 28 or 29, 2017.
HSU hopes to advance 10 students to the statewide competition, and is looking for competitive applications. The Office of Research will reimburse approved travel costs for each student selected to represent HSU at the state level.
For competition rules, click here (PDF).
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