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A New West Coast Offshore Wind Science Consortium Launches

A new West Coast collaboration for offshore wind science was announced in Sacramento today.

Latest News

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Lumberjacks Earn Spot in NCAA Rowing Championships

The Cal Poly Humboldt Women's Rowing program will return to the national stage for the seventh time in program history and get the chance to compete for its fourth national title. 

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Cal Poly Humboldt Celebrates the Class of 2024!

With the support of thousands of families, the campus community, and local partners, Cal Poly Humboldt celebrated the Class of 2024.

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3D Digital Herbarium Recognized for Innovation

Cal Poly Humboldt’s interactive 3D Digital Herbarium won the American Library Association’s Best Emerging Technology Application Award.

Outstanding Students of 2023-24

Cal Poly Humboldt's Outstanding Students of 2023-24

These 2023-24 Outstanding Students Awards recognize the academics and co-curricular excellence and achievements of our students. Congratulations to this year’s winners and nominees!  

Alumni & Donor Stories

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Alum Inspires Change as Women’s Studies Professor at SDSU

With the help of dedicated faculty, Jess Whatcott (‘04, Political Science, ‘11, Environment & Community) discovered their passion for education during their time at Cal Poly Humboldt.

A photo of the Welsh family. From left to right: James F. Welsh, Suzanne Welsh Kathleen Welsh, Maureen Welsh.

$500K Gift Brings Advanced Microscope to Cal Poly Humboldt, Revolutionizing STEM Research

When Dr. Kathleen Welsh asked her father, Emeritus Professor of Zoology James F. Welsh, how else she could support Cal Poly Humboldt, he told her to consider the students' hands-on learning

A photo of Ariel DeLara wearing sunglass near a beach.

Alum's Journey to Environmental Stewardship

Ariel DeLara (‘15, Rangeland Resource Science) now works as a district conservationist for the Natural Resource Conservation Service, where he's dedicated to environmental stewardship and conservation.

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Emeritus Professor Establishes Endowment Fund in Honor of Soil Science Mentor Steven E. Slusser

Rangeland Resource and Wildland Soils Professor Emeritus Susan Edinger Marshall established the Steven E. Slusser Memorial Endowment with a $25,000 gift.

Campus Achievements

Updates about the latest accomplishments—including latest research, publications, and awards—by students, faculty, and staff
Students and faculty from the Promotorx Transformative Educators Program and the Department of Critical Race, Gender, & Sexuality Studies presented a panel titled "Ethnic Studies as Liberatory…
Kasandra Colwell presented “Body Doubling Study Spaces for Community Building & Student Productivity” at the Association of Colleges for Tutoring & Learning Assistance (ACTLA) conference held…
Physics & Astronomy majors Alexandra Papesh, Taylor Juchau, and Kelsey Sako presented Cal Poly Humboldt gravitational physics research at the national 2024…
Professor Pedro Peloso was a co-author in the paper "Endemic amphibians of the Cerrado and Caatinga: species richness, geographic range and conservation" published in the Herpetological…
Christina Hsu Accomando, professor of CRGS and English, is the editor of the newly released 12th edition of 

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