The Cal Poly Humboldt community came together this holiday season to provide gifts for 92 local children in need bringing in $10,000 in gifts in kind.
The Cal Poly Humboldt men's rugby team will bring home the 2022 National Collegiate Rugby (NCR) Small College National Championship trophy for the first time in school history.
Sherman Schapiro (‘86, Environmental Systems) is proof that giving inspires giving.
Cal Poly Humboldt is excited to host two Fall 2022 Commencement ceremonies to recognize the achievements of the graduating class on Friday, December 16 in Lumberjack Arena.
Cal Poly Humboldt students, along with faculty and staff, will travel to Cebu, Philippines, for a newly launched International Service Learning Program this spring to explore Philippine history and culture, work with peers, and engage in hands-on learning experiences with local high schools.
A Cal Poly Humboldt professor and alumna have been awarded a California State University Agricultural Research Institute grant to study how a new eco-label being developed for cannabis farms can benefit wildlife.
Kari Marie Norgaard (‘92, Biology) got more than she expected out of Cal Poly Humboldt.
Cal Poly Humboldt recently joined an effort to extend sustainability and environmental responsibility into the film industry by instilling those values in students.
Shortly after the U.S. Supreme Court’s Obergefell vs Hodges decision in 2015, Loren Cannon noticed a troubling trend. Suddenly it seemed there was a concerted push to attack the transgender community and target it with a slew of legislation.
California Insurance Commissioner Ricardo Lara and the United Nations’ Principles for Sustainable Insurance Initiative (PSI) announced a first-of-its-kind "Sustainable Insurance Roadmap" for the nation’s largest insurance market. The roadmap marks a strategic shift for insurance’s role combating the consequences of climate change for California residents and businesses, toward actively helping reduce emissions and increase community resilience while better aiding recovery from climate-linked disasters.
Powered by its new designation as a polytechnic university, Cal Poly Humboldt announced the number of students applying for Fall 2023 has increased significantly.
Cal Poly Humboldt marked the start of basketball conference play this year by formally naming the court at Lumberjack Arena after Tom Wood, one of the greatest coaches in University history.
Cal Poly Humboldt has strong commitments to the environment in its campus policies, programs, and practices, according to The Princeton Review.
Cal Poly Humboldt is proud to share that the space between the Behavioral & Social Sciences Building, Native American Forum, and Food Sovereignty Lab has been given the name of “Wiyot Plaza.”
The Cal Poly Humboldt Library’s new Makerspace gives students host of cutting-edge tools to create, learn, and take advantage of the many resources provided.
Focused on Indigenous history and culture, the American Indian Education course kicked off in September with 20 Native students from various high schools throughout Humboldt County.
Senate Majority Leader Mike McGuire, along with Cal Poly Humboldt President Tom Jackson, Jr., College of the Redwoods President Keith Flamer, and local healthcare and elected leaders, gathered on Tuesday to announce a $10 million investment in the creation of a Healthcare Education Hub that will become the epicenter of healthcare career training on the North Coast.
"My Black Is…" features nine artists from the Humboldt county area, showcased at Cal Poly Humboldt’s Reese Bullen Gallery. The exhibit will run from Nov. 2 to Dec. 3. The public is invited to visit the gallery during open hours.
Dr. Chrissy Holliday will lead the recruitment of new students and support the retention and success of current students. She begins her tenure January 1, 2023.
The dozens of volunteers leading Cal Poly Humboldt’s first comprehensive fundraising campaign, Boldly Rising, have collectively given more than $5 million to the effort.
Cal Poly Humboldt announced today the creation of its first endowment to support an academic club.The endowment was created by donations from students, alumni, and supporters of Logging Sports.
Cal Poly Humboldt has publicly launched the most significant fundraising effort in its history, aiming to raise at least $50 million in support of students and campus programs. It’s called Boldly Rising: the Campaign for Cal Poly Humboldt.
Two highly experienced Silicon Valley executives announced today the launch of a Northern California nonprofit angel venture aimed at supporting a unique group of budding entrepreneurs: students,
The Cal Poly Humboldt Foundation launched its Donor Appreciation Week by celebrating a special group of individuals who have recently made new estate gifts.
Nearly 60 years after its inception, Jen Dyke believes Upward Bound continues to be a vital federal program for helping disadvantaged students attain a college education. And a newly announced $1.4 million five-year grant means the Cal Poly Humboldt program she directs can continue to do that work.