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College Matters: It happened here at Humboldt »
"Today, Humboldt has many reasons to celebrate its successes, and we are doing so more frequently, along with our friends in the broader community," says President Tom Jackson.
Times-Standard - Mar 2021
Texas’ Icy Disaster Makes the Case for Uniting the U.S. Grid »
Peter Lehman, founding director of Humboldt State University’s Schatz Energy Research Center (SERC), talks about a microgrid SERC helped develop.
Wired - Feb 2021
Should California Get Another Science-focused University? »
Study underway on how to make Humboldt State the third Cal Poly.
EdSource - Feb 2021
HSU is in the process of outlining how it can meet and maintain CSU's polytechnic standards by demonstrating excellence in its academics and assessing its facilities, budget and external partnerships in a self-study
North Coast Journal - Feb 2021
Drafts Gave Buccaneers Huge Edge Over Packers »
The 2018 draft produced guard Alex Cappa (an HSU alumnus) in the third round.
FanNation - Feb 2021
Message for President Joe Biden: U.S. Infrastructure Needs Microgrids »
President Biden, in case you’re reading this, you may be looking for some examples of how microgrids support infrastructure. We made a list for you.
Microgrid Knowledge - Feb 2021
Robert DuBoise's life has been returned to him after he spent almost four decades in prison for a murder he did not commit. Experiencing a rebirth of their own, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers--including HSU alumnus Alex Cappa--are helping the former death row inmate figure out what to do with it next.
NFL.com - Feb 2021
COVID-19 Is Ravaging Local Newspapers, Making it Easier for Misinformation to Spread »
A story emphasizing the importance of local media features news editor (an HSU alumnus) of the North Coast Journal.
Time - Feb 2021
Super Bowl 2021: How the Buccaneers Built a Championship Roster Through NFL Draft »
Bucs landed Alex Cappa via the draft.
CBS Sports - Jan 2021
What Explains Marijuana's Skunky Smell? »
Solving the mystery of marijuana's skunklike aroma could make cannabis producers better neighbors, and might help profits, too.
Discover Magazine - Jan 2021
Grant Aims to Increase STEM Engagement in Indigenous Communities »
The National Science Foundation has awarded a $99,786 planning grant that will allow a research team to develop strategies to recruit and retain more Indigenous students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) disciplines.
Texas Woman's University - Jan 2021
CSU Promises to Keep Tuition Flat for 2021 School Year »
California State University students will not see their tuition rise for the upcoming 2021-22 academic year, promising rare good news for the system’s nearly 500,000 students battered by a year like no other.
CalMatters - Jan 2021
College Matters: Who Follows a Recipe for Fried Rice? »
"... as an institution of higher learning, we place great emphasis on being able to read the recipe and instructions, but we also want students to be able to create the recipe and instructions," says HSU President Tom Jackson.
Times-Standard - Jan 2021
With Free Buses and WhatsApp, Southern Africa Steps up Storm Preparedness »
David Gwenzi, professor of Environmental Science & Management, who grew up in eastern Zimbabwe, said evacuating people was a good first step. But greater disaster prevention efforts will be needed in the future as storms intensify with climate change, he added.
Reuters - Jan 2021
Insurrection Coverage, Social Cancellations, and More: Signals & Noise »
Humboldt State University Journalism Chair Victoria Sama examines the media landscape.
Jefferson Public Radio - Jan 2021
San Jose State football finishes No. 24 in final AP rankings »
NCAA football: San Jose State Spartans stay in AP top 25 despite Arizona Bowl loss.
The Mercury News - Jan 2021
Baby Megalodons Were 6-Foot-Long Womb Cannibals, Study Suggests »
The research appears to confirm that, even as newborns, the extinct sharks were very, very big.
The New York Times - Jan 2021
VIDEO: Fauci Predicts ‘a Very Challenging Few Months’ in California »
California State University and Humboldt State University leaders take part in COVID Q&A.
Times-Standard - Dec 2020
The Unlikeliest Unbeaten of the College Football Season is San Jose State's Traveling road show »
"Our good friends at Humboldt [State], in a lot of ways, they saved our season, and we'll never forget it," athletic director Marie Tuite said. "They'll be our adopted school for a very, very long time."
ESPN - Dec 2020
Virtual roundtable focuses on need for better education outcomes for Native youth.
North Coast Journal - Dec 2020
Unbeaten San Jose State — ‘still in the eye of the Hurricane’ — has Another »
When the Mountain West reversed course and announced in late September that it would play football this fall, San Jose State had nowhere to prepare because Santa Clara County had put a ban on 11-on-11 contact practices. So the Spartans boarded busses and traveled 320 miles north to Arcata.
The Mercury News - Dec 2020
College Matters: Sexual Assault Prevention and Survivor-centered Support »
"We take sexual assault prevention and survivor-centered support very seriously at Humboldt State University," says President Tom Jackson, Jr.
Times-Standard - Dec 2020
Cultivating Campus Community »
To combat that loss, staff and student leaders across all CSU campuses have been working to create spaces, largely online, where students can effectively and safely connect and regain that sense of campus life.
HealthNewsDigest.com - Dec 2020
‘This is a call to action’: Humboldt County Educators Discuss Empowerment of Indigenous »
Humboldt County educators and tribal leaders are reevaluating how our education system serves its students, specifically Indigenous students.
Times-Standard - Dec 2020