Cal Poly Humboldt and its partners have been awarded $18 million from the state to launch the Redwood Coast K-16 Education Collaborative. The partners include Sonoma State University, UC Davis, College of the Redwoods, Mendocino College, the Offices of Education in four counties, and ProjectAttain!
The California State University will be hosting its inaugural Juneteenth Symposium: “By Any Means Necessary: Synthesizing the Voices of Our Ancestors and Everyday People.”
The Cal Poly Humboldt Library and partners invite you to join us for the LifeLong Learning Lounge (L4Humboldt) through Friday, July 29.
California’s first 100% renewable energy, front-of-the-meter, multi-customer microgrid is now fully operational. Located in Humboldt County, California, the microgrid provides energy resilience for the regional airport and U.S. Coast Guard Air Station.
The station will air more news programs on weekdays and a variety of NPR shows covering news, culture and storytelling on the weekend.
Cal Poly Humboldt celebrated the graduation of more than 1,250 students who participated in three ceremonies in Redwood Bowl on Saturday.
Recognizing the innovation, collaboration, and leadership of students, faculty, and staff who are advancing sustainability on campus.
Each May, more than a thousand Cal Poly Humboldt students take part in Commencement. For two students, the ceremony will be particularly meaningful as they walk across the stage to receive their diplomas on Saturday.
The annual convention of the National Society for Black Engineers provided six students a chance to meet their peers in the STEM field and a transition between their academic and professional careers.
Cal Poly Humboldt students took home three second-place awards at the 36th Annual California State University Student Research Competition held virtually at San Francisco State this year.
Cal Poly Humboldt Environmental Resources Engineering students harness the power of the sun through creative, innovate solar projects.
Child Development Professor Meenal Rana; Mathematics instructor Sonja Manor; and Forestry Professor Jeff Kane are being recognized for their excellence in teaching and scholarship.
For the first time in two years, due to the pandemic, the Cultural Graduation Celebrations will be held in person prior to the Cal Poly Humboldt Commencement ceremonies. These collaborative events will honor the rich cultural heritage, knowledge, and resilience diverse students contribute to campus.
Meg Godlewski (‘87, Journalism) is passionate about two things—aviation and writing—and she’s figured out how to combine the two into a satisfying career.
The Humboldt Symphony and conductor Garrick Woods will perform with two winners of last semester’s Concerto/Aria Competition on Sunday, May 8 at 2 p.m. in Fulkerson Recital Hall.
Recognizing the academics and co-curricular excellence and achievements of our students. Congratulations to this year’s winners and nominees!
Cal Poly Humboldt’s annual research and project showcase, ideaFest, which will feature more than 400 student, staff, and faculty activities from the past year.
With an eye on a warming planet and the North Coast’s future, Cal Poly Humboldt is turning its attention groundward with a new project designed to create a more resilient landscape in the face of climate change.
To honor the Wiyot land where Cal Poly Humboldt sits, the University officially renamed its student union the Gutswurrak Student Activities Center in a ceremony at the building on campus.
Compelling films from around the world will be featured in the 55th annual Humboldt Int’l Film Festival, billed as the longest student-run film fest in the world.
In a unique fusion of music and poetry, Cal Poly Humboldt is hosting “Sana, Sana: Hope and Healing for Latinx Communities in Times of Precarity.” The free performance on Sunday, April 24 is inspired by a poetry contest on the theme of hope and healing in Latinx communities.
The roots and branches of cannabis research extend well beyond its traditional beds of botany and social justice, spreading tendrils to settler colonialism, global capitalism, and environmental stewardship. This was the impetus behind a book edited by the co-directors of Cal Poly Humboldt’s Humboldt institute for Interdisciplinary Marijuana Research.
Eileen Cashman (professor of Environmental Resources Engineering), Nichole Muñoz-Murillo (deputy legislative secretary in the Office of Governor Newsom), Jason Ramos (Tribal council member for Blue Lake Rancheria), and Gary Rynearson (instructor of Forestry) were honored for their meritorious contributions to the University and community.
The awards honor President Alistair McCrone and recognize the accomplishments of Humboldt’s excellent newer faculty members and students.
“I am excited for service, and am ready to work hard," says alumnus Samuel King (‘21, Geography), who will serve as a volunteer in Zambia.