Campus News

Feb, 2021

Jan, 2021

First Two Events Set for New Presidential Speaker Series

This Spring will see the launch of Humboldt State University’s Presidential Speaker Series, which each year will feature national and international experts on issues regarding higher education and of specific interest to HSU and the North Coast.

Black Liberation Month: Distinguished Speaker Series this February

In collaboration with campus and community partners, Humboldt State University’s African American Center for Academic Excellence (AACAE), will host a virtual speakers series in honor of Black Liberation Month this February. The 2021 theme is “Mapping Our Routes to Liberation.” The five distinguished speakers will discuss systemic racism and digital media, food sovereignty, and financial equity.

Career & Volunteer Expo 2021: A Virtual 2-Day Event!

The Academic & Career Advising Center (ACAC) and the Center for Community Based Learning are pleased to announce that the annual Career & Volunteer Expo, held every February, will span two days, Wednesday, Feb. 10 and Thursday, Feb. 11, from noon-4 p.m. to better accommodate employers and students in the Handshake virtual platform.
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AWEsome Business Competition Fuels Big, Bold, and Green Ideas

To bolster local entrepreneurship and help build more resilient and regenerative communities, Humboldt State University and the local community launched a competition designed to support sustainable business ventures in agriculture, water, or energy in Northern California.

Information on the Transition of UC Services

After careful consideration, the California State University and Humboldt State University have decided to formally end the CSU’s operating agreement with University Center.
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Psychology Research Links Social Isolation to COVID-19 Protocol Resistance

As health officials continue to implore the public to wear masks and practice social distancing, recent research by Humboldt State University Psychology Professor Amber Gaffney provides key insights into connections between social isolation, conspiratorial thinking, and resistance to COVID-19 protocols.

HSU Celebrates MLK with Civic Engagement and Community Organizing Workshops

Humboldt State University will host A Morning of Civic Engagement and Community Organizing Workshops in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. on Monday, Jan. 18. LaTosha Brown, a thought leader, social strategist, and co-founder of Black Voters Matter, will provide a keynote address beginning at 9:30 a.m.

UC Employee Transition Underway

Humboldt State University’s Office of Human Resources is working to complete the transition of University Center employees into new positions.

Statement on Governor’s 2021-22 January Budget Proposal

“Governor Newsom’s 2021-22 January budget proposal provides a welcome reinvestment in the California State University and demonstrates his continued belief in the power of public higher education in developing future leaders of our state and improving the lives of the residents of California," says California State University Chancellor Joseph I. Castro.

University Continues with Transition of UC Services

The transition of services managed by University Center is underway. Humboldt State University is working diligently to transition all University Center services effective January 9, with immediate priorities being continuity of services and retaining as many UC employees as possible.

Dec, 2020

Join a Virtual Conversation with Dr. Anthony Fauci Friday, Dec. 18

Join CSU Chancellor Timothy P. White for a live-streamed conversation with Dr. Anthony Fauci, Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. The virtual event will also include a Q & A session between Dr. Fauci and CSU campus presidents.