While universities across the nation look at California’s higher education system for insight on increasing diversity after the recent affirmative action decision, Cal Poly Humboldt and nonprofit Improve Your Tomorrow (IYT) have put an innovative twist on a tested tool the University of California (UC) system has long used: Guaranteed Admissions.
Longtime friends and music partners Daniela Mineva and Wenqing Bouche-Pillon will come together for a four-hands, two-pianos concert-extravaganza consisting of a wide range of styles on Saturday, Oct. 28 at 7 p.m. in the Fulkerson Recital Hall.
Edray Goins, professor of Mathematics at Pomona College, will present "Distance Makes the Math Grow Deeper: Rational Distance Sets, Nate Dean, and Me," on Friday, Oct. 27 at 7 p.m. in Room 135 of the Science B Building.
Marine Biology is one of 10 new programs the University launched this fall. Programs such as these align with the state and University’s goals to address climate resilience, and prepare students in STEM fields.
Cal Poly Humboldt’s annual Campus & Community Dialogue on Race (CDOR) is celebrating its 25th anniversary from Oct. 23 through Oct. 27. This year’s theme is (Re)Defining Difference, Honoring Collective Resistance.
Be sure to bring the Green and Gold spirit for a weekend to remember for Humboldt’s Lumberjack Weekend, formerly Homecoming & Family Weekend, which will be jam-packed with events over several days beginning Thursday, Oct. 19, through Sunday, Oct. 22.
Del Skeesick (‘61, Fisheries Biology, ‘63 M.S. Fisheries Biology) began working with fish at the Minnesota Labor Department of Fisheries in 1954. As part of the Brothertown Tribe at Fond du Lac, fish is integral to his life and culture.
Through a historic partnership between the University of California and the state of California, research by two Cal Poly Humboldt professors is among dozens of projects awarded a total of $80 million in climate action grants.
The news has been inescapable: wildfires in California and across the West have become larger, more severe, more destructive, and more deadly. Historical fire suppression and forest practices, coupled with climate change, have created an unavoidable problem.