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Students enjoy a free late night breakfast during Finals week.

Staying Healthy and Focused Through Finals

Cal Poly Humboldt has resources to help students excel through finals this year, including health and wellbeing services, study prep, and more. Consider these support services to reduce stress and finish the semester right.

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New Program Offers Paid Professional Development for Humboldt and Del Norte Teachers

The Cal Poly Humboldt School of Education and History department—in collaboration with the Del Norte and Humboldt County offices of education and Minnesota State University, Mankato—are excited to announce a new one-year program in U.S. history and civics for K-12 teachers and student teachers in Humboldt, Del Norte, and San Diego counties.

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College Corps Humboldt Prepares Students for Leadership Development

One hundred and twenty full-time students from Cal Poly Humboldt and College of the Redwoods are pledging to help 25 local non-profits as part of the #CalforniansForAll College Corps program. The program, which spans the entire state, aims to equip college students with the skills and experience they need to become effective leaders and agents of change in their communities.

Juhi LaFuente working in the Telonicher Marine Lab on krill research

Predicting the Future of Krill

To better understand how climate change might affect the marine ecosystem off the coast of California over the next century, Cal Poly Humboldt researchers are studying one of the ocean’s smaller inhabitants.

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McCrone Award Reception to Celebrate Awardees

Join Cal Poly Humboldt in celebrating the 2023 McCrone Promising Faculty Scholars and Graduate Award on Tuesday, Nov. 14, from 4-6 p.m. at the Plaza View Room in Arcata. The reception will feature each McCrone Awardee giving a TED Talk-style presentation about their research interests.

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Cal Poly Humboldt Third in Top 10 Zero Waste Campuses in the U.S.

Cal Poly Humboldt has placed third on the Top 10 Zero Waste Campuses of 2023, receiving a Zero Waste Certification through the Post-Landfill Action Network’s (PLAN) Atlas Zero Waste program. The campus is now developing a zero-waste action plan to reduce its solid waste generation further.

Women triathletes compete in a running section.

Women’s Triathlon Running (Biking and Swimming) Strong [VIDEO]

Biking farm roads in the Arcata Bottoms, running trails in the Community Forest and swimming the frigid waters of Humboldt Bay and Big Lagoon, student-athletes on Cal Poly Humboldt’s Women’s Triathlon team have been experiencing all of Humboldt County’s natural offerings as part of their rigorous training program.