Cal Poly Humboldt’s Dennis K. Walker Greenhouse boasts one of the largest teaching collections of living plants in California. Now, thanks to a generous gift from the facility’s namesake, Professor Emeritus Dennis K. Walker (‘60, Botany), the iconic campus facility will get an injection of TLC this semester with funding to hire a permanent assistant manager.
Inspired by their passion for Humboldt, history, and lifelong learning, Jerry and Gisela Rohde have made a transformational gift to the Cal Poly Humboldt Library and its Osher Lifelong Learning
The Humboldt State University Library has received a generous gift that will support students and their success for years to come. Gus and Corky Nordstrom were longtime supporters of the University
At the start of each semester, students face an intimidating list of price tags including tuition, housing, and groceries or a meal plan. For many, the cost of new textbooks is the last straw. Some
Harnessing the momentum of Humboldt State University’s push to become a polytechnic, alumnus and donor Dan Phillips (‘91, Business and Computer Information Systems) has committed $1 million in
On the opposite side of the country, Leah B. Thibault lives in southern Maine with her husband and eight-year-old daughter. As the marketing manager for a community development nonprofit, Thibault’s
She saw friends and family who were changed by the criminal justice system. They entered juvenile detention and left an angrier person. Inspired by restorative juvenile justice, Destiny Turner
It began with a promise.In 2007, Marguerite Hogan told herself that one day, she would expand a scholarship program that her family had created in memory of her brother Braden (‘05, Wildlife).
As a kid, Aidan Mullin was never into super heroes. His interests lay in the outdoors. He went camping, hiking, and fishing. He also gravitated to science -- dirt and plants in particular.“He was
Humboldt State University’s new assistantship program in the College of Professional Studies (CPS) will award 20 students funding to participate in faculty-led research and professional development
Mike Anderson believes strongly in the concept of Uomo Universale, Italian for “Universal Man,” more commonly known as the “Renaissance man,” a well-rounded individual with broad skills and knowledge