Powered by its new designation as a polytechnic university, Cal Poly Humboldt announced the number of students applying for Fall 2023 has increased significantly.
Shortly after the U.S. Supreme Court’s Obergefell vs Hodges decision in 2015, Loren Cannon noticed a troubling trend. Suddenly it seemed there was a concerted push to attack the transgender community and target it with a slew of legislation.
California Insurance Commissioner Ricardo Lara and the United Nations’ Principles for Sustainable Insurance Initiative (PSI) announced a first-of-its-kind "Sustainable Insurance Roadmap" for the nation’s largest insurance market. The roadmap marks a strategic shift for insurance’s role combating the consequences of climate change for California residents and businesses, toward actively helping reduce emissions and increase community resilience while better aiding recovery from climate-linked disasters.
Cal Poly Humboldt marked the start of basketball conference play this year by formally naming the court at Lumberjack Arena after Tom Wood, one of the greatest coaches in University history.
Cal Poly Humboldt has strong commitments to the environment in its campus policies, programs, and practices, according to The Princeton Review.
Alumni & Donor Stories
Her mother and father. Her sister. Her brother. Her other sister. Her sister’s husband. Her cousin. Her niece.And the list goes on.
To Jacob Furgatch (‘82, Nursing), graduating from the Nursing program at Humboldt was about more than getting a bachelor’s degree. His Humboldt experience became the foundation for everything that came after – his wife, family, and a successful career.
Felix Quintana (‘14, Art), whose art has been gaining significant attention, says Humboldt was a huge influence on his artistic development and an important part of his life experience.
Inspired by the Cal Poly Humboldt professors who played pivotal roles in his life, Dave Shaffer (‘67, Psychology, ‘68 M.A., Psychology) has made a generous gift that will support a Psychology faculty member.
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These days, it is easy to feel like the world is burning all around us, like, literally here in California, where in the past decade, eight of the state's 10 biggest wildfires on record have burned. But there's actually a lot that we can do about that.
KPCC (New Orleans Public Radio) - Nov 2022
Cal Poly President Tom Jackson, Jr. and College of the Redwoods President Keith Flamer: "...from two veterans to all the servicemembers out there — past and present — we thank you for your service and sacrifice."
Times-Standard - Nov 2022
After his playing days at Humboldt, Matt Kaufman got a job in Fremont as a P.E. teacher before he became the defensive back coach for Irvington in 2017. In 2018, he served as the defensive coordinator and interim head coach
49ers PREP - Oct 2022
Signs of improvement for the Spartans came in 2019, but, somewhat surprisingly, things really turned a corner during the pandemic season of 2020. That's when the Spartans had to go to Humboldt.
Marin Independent Journal - Oct 2022
One in four attend rural school. But Sacramento and D.C. aren’t giving these students one-fourth of their time.
Zócalo Public Square - Oct 2022