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Feb, 2023

Baile Folklorico dancers practice.

Fiesta Folklórica Comes to Humboldt

Cal Poly Humboldt presents Fiesta Folklórica on Friday, March 3 and Saturday, March 4 at 7 p.m,. and Sunday, March 5 at 2 p.m. in Gist Hall Theatre.

Founders Hall wide angle

Cal Poly Humboldt Hosts 100+ Potential Employers at Career and Volunteer Expo

More than 100 employers will be on campus looking for qualified Cal Poly Humboldt candidates at the Career and Volunteer Expo on Thursday, Feb. 16. Employers will be on-site at the West Gym from noon to 4 p.m. to network with students who are interested in employment, internship, and volunteer opportunities.

A selection of this year's book covers from the Cal Poly Humboldt Press.

University Press Spotlights Hundreds of Authors

The Press at Cal Poly Humboldt is proud to support the 600+ authors who published on the Humboldt Digital Commons platform — which publishes and promotes research and creative works — in 2022.

Student athletes share words of encouragement about mental health.

#EndtheStigma Around Mental Health

To raise awareness and help end the stigma surrounding mental health for student athletes, the Cal Poly Humboldt athletic community joined Dam Worth It, a nonprofit committed to ending the stigma around mental health.

Jan, 2023

Black Liberation Month

University Hosts Black Liberation Month Events

The Umoja Center for Pan African Student Excellence is coordinating several on- and off-campus events with campus partners to celebrate Black history. Activities will feature a dance workshop, speakers, movie screenings, games, workshops, paddling, and more. 

Craftsman Mall housing project

Student Housing Transformation

A new Cal Poly Humboldt housing project has been approved by the California State University Board of Trustees, with construction slated to begin in February.

Fred Korematsu Day keynote speaker traci kato-kiriyama

Fred Korematsu Day of Civil Liberties & the Constitution

Cal Poly Humboldt will observe the annual Fred Korematsu Day of Civil Liberties & the Constitution with a visit from  poet, multi-disciplinary artist, and community activist traci kato-kiriyama (they+she) Monday, Jan. 30.

Mary & Foster Keller Endowment Continues to Support Students

To ease the financial burden for Cal Poly Humboldt students and honor her parents, Jennifer Keller established the Mary & Foster Keller Endowment in 2012. The endowment created the University’s first-ever Presidential Scholarship and awards student recipients $4,000 annually for four years.

The first Salmon cooking pit in Cal Poly Humboldt’s history, held in the outdoor classroom space Wiyot Plaza. Bubba Riggins prepared and carried out the traditional salmon cook as part of the Native Women’s Collective Indigenous Girls, Young Women, and Femmes Volleyball and Empowerment Camp. Photo Credit: Cutcha Risling Baldy

$1 Million Grant will Support Food for Indigenous Futures Program

The Rou Dalagurr Food Sovereignty Lab and Traditional Ecological Knowledges Institute at Cal Poly Humboldt received a $1 million Elevate Youth California: Youth Substance Use Disorder Prevention Program Grant which will support the Food for Indigenous Futures Program.

Dec, 2022