While students across the country are making decisions about which college to attend and where to live, Cal Poly Humboldt is reaffirming its commitment to providing access to high-quality, affordable student housing.
One Cal Poly Humboldt student is amplifying the role of communities of color in the fight for environmental justice through the docu-series, Sowing Seeds: Racial Justice and the Environmental Movement.
In the two years since the official polytechnic designation, Cal Poly Humboldt has made significant progress in its polytech buildout by expanding academic programs and advancing several infrastructure projects.
Celebrando su 25o aniversario, Cal Poly Humboldt y College of the Redwoods presentan el Festival Anual de Cine Latino Internacional en el cine Mill Creek Cinema, los días 27, 28 y 29 de febrero de 2024 de 6:00 p.m. a 10:20 p.m.
Cal Poly Humboldt has hired a coordinator to oversee the repatriation of Native American cultural items held in University collections. This reflects the desire of Cal Poly Humboldt to enthusiastically engage in communication and repatriation with Tribal communities.
The California State University (CSU) has extended the intent to register deadline for fall 2024 for new first-time, first-year admitted students to no earlier than May 15, 2024, in response to the further delays in the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) processing announced by the U.S. Department of Education.
The Reese Bullen Gallery at Cal Poly Humboldt showcases an exhibition curated by professor and Art + Film Department Chair Nicole Jean Hill. Through research and collaborative preservation with the archive located in Wyoming, the exhibition features works by photographer Lora Webb Nichols (1883-1962) who created and collected thousands of negatives over the course of her lifetime in the mining town of Encampment. The images chronicle the domestic, social, and economic aspects of the sparsely populated frontier of south-central Wyoming.
In collaboration with the Center for Community Based Learning, Cal Poly Humboldt's Career Development Center is thrilled to announce the return of its largest annual event, the Career Expo & Volunteer Fair, on Thursday, Feb. 15, 11 a.m.-3 p.m., in the West Gym.
Due to its rapid evolution, artificial intelligence has become a popular topic of discussion among academics. It has transformed into a tool capable of answering complicated questions, creating content, and even writing entire papers within minutes. Cal Poly Humboldt’s Center for Teaching & Learning is helping faculty navigate the new academic world overwhelmed by AI with caution and intention.
The Umoja Center for Pan African Student Excellence will host several campus events to celebrate Black Liberation and History Month. Activities will feature a movie screening, trivia night, karaoke, paddle boarding, and conversations about this year’s theme: Black Joy, Uninterrupted.
From self-driving cars to climate monitoring systems, the growing role of artificial intelligence-based software tools in daily life emphasizes the need to create socially and environmentally responsible software systems.
Ushering in a new era for Northern California’s first polytechnic university, plans for Cal Poly Humboldt’s Engineering & Technology Building were approved by California State University Board of Trustees today.
Students enrolled in Cal Poly Humboldt's Bachelor of Arts in Communication at Pelican Bay State Prison can now receive Pell Grants, starting in Fall 2024. The program is the first in the nation to be approved for eligibility by the U.S. Department of Education (ED) under a new federal policy that went into effect last July.
Eastern north Pacific gray whales migrate annually from Mexico where they breed in the winter to the Arctic to feed in the summer, making one of the longest journeys of any mammal—but one small subgroup instead spends their summers along the Northern California to British Columbia coastline. Robyn Norman, a Biological Sciences graduate student, wants to know why.
Cal Poly Humboldt, along with San Diego State University, California State University, San Bernardino, Stanislaus State, and the San Diego Supercomputer Center at the University of California, San Diego, are leading the way on a new project that will upgrade high-performance computing capabilities and increase access to advanced computing for faculty and student researchers across California State University campuses.