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A photo of Amy and Steve Bohner from Alchemy Construction and Alchemy Distillery.

Trailblazers in Community Building and Craft Distilling

Steve (‘95, Speech Communications) and Amy Bohner’s journey from Humboldt students to successful entrepreneurs underscores the profound impact that their education and experiences at Cal Poly Humboldt had on their lives.

Headshot of Cal Poly Humboldt President Tom Jackson, Jr.

Cal Poly Humboldt President Announces Plan to Step Away

Cal Poly Humboldt President Tom Jackson, Jr. will be stepping away from his current position next month. His departure caps a five-year tenure that saw a dramatic re-shaping of the University, including new academic programs and a historic state investment of new funding as part of the change to a polytechnic.

Students on Founders Hall stairs

Boldly Rising Campaign Surpasses $50 million Goal

Cal Poly Humboldt’s first comprehensive fundraising campaign has surpassed its goal of at least $50 million, with thousands of people giving at record levels to support dramatic growth in student scholarships and campus programs. The campaign goal was reached more than a year early.

A photo of the three ceramic mugs made by Cal Poly Humboldt students to gift to donors.

Unique Ceramic Mug Project Unites Artistry and Appreciation

The Cal Poly Humboldt Foundation partnered with the Ceramics Area of the Department of Art + Film’s Ceramics Club of Cal Poly Humboldt to create and produce over 400 Cal Poly Humboldt-inspired ceramic mugs as a unique gift for the University’s most generous recent donors.

A photo of members from Charles Darwin University in Australia, the Blue Lake Rancheria, Cal Poly Humboldt, and College of the Redwoods.

New Partnership with Australian University

A new international partnership was formalized earlier this week among Charles Darwin University in Australia and three organizations on the North Coast—Blue Lake Rancheria, Cal Poly Humboldt, and College of the Redwoods.

A photo graphic of two runners on a treadmill, one with the torso flex angle and the other without.

Running… Lean into it, But not too much

A new study by researchers at Cal Poly Humboldt and the University of Southern California sheds light on an unexpected benefit of leaning forward moderately while running. The paper will be published online in  PLOS ONE journal on May 29.

Aerial view of campus showing solar arrays on the roof of Schatz Energy Research Center in the foreground.

Powering Campus Resilience

A renewable energy microgrid designed to keep Cal Poly Humboldt powered throughout outages is expected to be up and running by fall 2025. 

A photo of UPD Chief of Police Greg Allen.

New Chief of University Police Department

Cal Poly Humboldt alumnus Greg Allen (‘94, Social Work), whose professional and personal roots run deep in Humboldt, has been named  Associate Vice President for Safety & Community Wellbeing for the University Police Department.