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College Matters: Honoring Those Who Serve on Veterans Day »
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
49ers PREP Selects Matt Kaufman as Coach of the Week »
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
San Jose State’s Defensive Success Starts with Veteran D-line »
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
California's Most Remote Classrooms are Surviving--How can They Thrive? »
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
New Book Gives Voice to the Little-known Klamath Mountains »
Michael Kauffmann's needed voice is “The Klamath Mountains: A Natural History,” which he co-edited with Justin Garwood.
Mail Tribune - Oct 2022
Marine Biology at Cal Poly Humboldt: Plus, What's in a Name (Change?) »
Rick Zechman, Director of Marine Operations, Marine Biology Professor Sean F. Craig, and student researcher Juhi LaFuente who talks about what it is actually like to study marine sciences at Cal Poly Humboldt. Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Jenn Capps talks about the University's name change.
North State Public Radio - Oct 2022
Fastest Rate of Sea Level Rise on the West Coast »
City, county and state officials, working with scientists at Cal Poly Humboldt in Arcata, have created multiple reports and studies on how best to address the problem.
San Francisco Chronicle - Oct 2022
Chico State and Cal Poly Humboldt Highlighted in New Rivalries Series »
The Chico State and Cal Poly Humboldt soccer teams are being featured in the fourth episode of a new document-series produced by LG Electronics USA for the NCAA Championship Channel, as part of a three-year partnership with the NCAA, Turner Sports and CBS Sports.
Chico Enterprise-Record - Sep 2022
Giving the Gift of Education »
"At Cal Poly Humboldt, we often talk about being in the dream business. And for many of us at Cal Poly Humboldt, that’s a very personal statement," say President Tom Jackson, Jr. and Frank Whitlatch, vice president for Advancement.
Times-Standard - Sep 2022
Hillary Clinton’s AppleTV+ Series ‘Gutsy' »
Humboldt alumna, Yurok Judge Abby Abinanti (‘70, Journalism) featured in Clintons' AppleTV+ series, "Gutsy," about women making change and a difference.
Deadline - Sep 2022
Partnerships, State Funding Help Humboldt Transit Authority Deliver on Vision for More Sustainable Fleet »
Humboldt Transit Authority is set to deploy 11 New Flyer fuel cell electric buses and a hydrogen fueling station with a $38.7 million grant from the California State Transportation Agency’s Transit and Intercity Rail Capital Program.
Mass Transit - Sep 2022
College Matters: Thankful to be a Community Partner »
President Tom Jackson, Jr.: Imagine a community where people come to learn. Imagine a place where people work to help your dreams come true. Imagine a community where its major employers provide a clean and resourceful environment focused on creating a better world. Imagine employers that offer educational opportunities, benefits, and entertainment. Imagine Humboldt County without the College of the Redwoods or Cal Poly Humboldt.
Times Standard - Sep 2022
Wiyot Tribe Celebrates the Return of Coastal Land »
The Wiyot Tribe and its partners, including the Ocean Protection Council and Cal Poly Humboldt, celebrated the purchase of one of the last pieces of undeveloped coastal wetland and upland near the bay.
Bakersfield Californian - Aug 2022
How McKinney Fire Became an Unstoppable Monster »
“The main factors of fire behavior are the fuels, the weather and the topography,” said Jeffrey Kane, professor of Forestry.
LA Times - Aug 2022
Barn Owl Table Manners are Just ... Different »
Barn owls need a hole to nest in, and when a tree isn’t available, they’ll use a building. Or an owl box, like this one in California’s Napa Valley. Scientists keep tabs on the owls inside.
KQED - Aug 2022
The Schoolteacher Who Saved Her Students From the Nazis »
A new book explores the life of Anna Essinger, who led an entire school’s daring escape from Germany in 1933.
Smithsonian Magazine - Jul 2022
Human Pee Could be the Fertilizer Seagrass Needs »
Treating wastewater creates struvite—a nutrient-rich crystal that might just be the key to bolstering struggling seagrass beds.
Popular Science - Jul 2022
Campuses Looking to Offer Housing for Students and their Children »
Cal Poly Humboldt is in the process of developing a plan to offer family housing.
EdSource - Jun 2022
College Matters: Celebrating the 2022 Class of Grads »
"Our graduates represent the absolute best our university has to offer. They also represent our success — as both a University and as a broader community — and they are our way of sending hope out into the world," say President Tom Jackson, Jr. and Frank Whitlatch, executive director of the Foundation at Cal Poly Humboldt.
Times Standard - May 2022
126 Photos to Capture This 3,200 Year-Old Sequoia »
The 3,200 year-old giant sequoia tree in California’s Sequoia National Park has around 2 billion leaves and stands 74 meters tall.
Business Today - May 2022
After More Than a Century, California Condors Soar Over Yurok Tribal Lands Once Again »
"In a very real way, restoring condor habitat and returning condor to Yurok skies is a clear restoration of the Yurok people, homeland, ecological systems, culture, and lifeway," says Tiana Williams-Claussen, a Yurok Tribal member and Cal Poly Humboldt graduate student who helped lead the conservation project.
CNN - May 2022
College Matters: Names Really Do Matter »
"We recently celebrated the naming of the Gutswurrak Student Activities Center with a fun and inspiring event on campus. The naming represents a very deliberate effort to bring Native culture to the forefront on our campus, and we’re very proud that Wiyot Tribal Chair Ted Hernandez was the featured guest speaker," says President Tom Jackson, Jr.
Times Standard - Apr 2022
Meet Duke ManyWeather, Offensive Line Guru »
Duke Manyweather, who grew up in South Central Los Angeles and played Division II football at Humboldt State, works with both NFL veterans and prospective draftees. He hosts a convention in the summer, called OL Masterminds, for players and coaches of all ages, ranging from high school to pro.
Fox Sports - Apr 2022
Pilot Program Tries to Get U.S. Aquariums to Raise Their Own Fish, Not Catch Them »
Brian Tissot, director of the Telonicher Marine Lab, said increasing training and regulation in small-scale ornamental fisheries may be a promising way to maintain the industry for local people while discouraging harmful practices.
Mongabay - Apr 2022