The Department of Dance, Music, & Theatre at Cal Poly Humboldt presents Mariachi de Humboldt and Art Songs for Voice and Guitar Sunday, October 30th at 2 p.m. at the Fulkerson Recital Hall.
To recognize the generosity of the donors who have made an impact in the lives of Humboldt students, the Cal Poly Humboldt Foundation is hosting Donor Appreciation Week, which kicks off Monday, Oct. 24.
A new club is out to make flying—both airplanes and drones—more accessible to Cal Poly Humboldt students.
Cal Poly Humboldt’s 24th annual Campus & Community Dialogue on Race (CDOR) will take place Monday, Oct. 24 through Friday, Oct. 28. This year’s theme is Truth Telling for Liberation.
Her mother and father. Her sister. Her brother. Her other sister. Her sister’s husband. Her cousin. Her niece.And the list goes on.
Over the past year, Cal Poly Humboldt alumni and friends gave $14.3 million in gifts and commitments, by far the highest level of annual private support in the University’s history. The endowment
Cal Poly Humboldt’s 29th annual Indigenous Peoples Week honors Native American culture and art and focuses on issues that impact Indigenous communities.
The Department of Dance, Music, & Theatre at Cal Poly Humboldt presents “She Kills Monsters” written by Qui Nguyen and directed by Sarah Peters Gonzales, opening Oct. 21 at 7:30 p.m. at the John Van Duzer Theatre.
The University Police Department hired Public Safety Ambassadors, a group of Cal Poly Humboldt students who are dedicated to promoting a safe campus community.
A team of Cal Poly Humboldt staff, faculty, and students is looking at one way of helping the planet breathe better and, perhaps, reduce global warming.
With a total enrollment of 5,858, Cal Poly Humboldt surpassed Fall 2021 overall enrollment by 119 students. This is the first time since fall 2015 that a fall semester was larger than the previous fall semester.
Cal Poly Humboldt’s first homecoming as a polytechnic institution is roaring onto campus with a nine-day calendar of all in-person events, beginning October 1. The traditional celebration is designed to bring attention to the university, attract alumni, family, and community participation, and just simply have some fun with acts that include comedian Felipe Esparza, drag sensation Mo Heart, and alt-rock band Portugal. The Man.
Few know just how unique the Klamath Mountains are. But a new book, co-edited by Cal Poly Humboldt alumni Michael Kauffmann and Justin Garwood, illustrates the rich biodiversity and fascinating geology of the range.
Cal Poly Humboldt recently published the 2022-23 annual budget. During the 2022-23 academic year, the University will be focused on the following planning efforts in collaboration with many campus partners:
Cal Poly Humboldt’s Altruistic Behavior Institute, which began as the home for Sam and Pearl Oliner’s pioneering research on characteristics of people who rescued Jews and other persecuted people during the Holocaust, will turn 40 this year.
Rafael Cuevas Uribe and Andre Buchheister, professors of Fisheries Biology at Cal Poly Humboldt, were recently awarded a $150,000 grant from CalTrout, a non-profit conservation group, to help eliminate the invasive species from the Eel River.
Psychology graduate student Lesley Bode has been named a 2022 CSU Trustees’ Award for Outstanding Achievement winner. Bode is among 23 students, one from each California State University campus, to receive the award.
Cal Poly Humboldt is ranked as the 13th top public school in the west, and is 32nd out of 120 public and private schools in the region, according to the 2022-2023 Best Colleges annual ranking by U.S. News & World Report.
As Cal Poly Humboldt continues to transition into Northern California’s only polytechnic university, it is important to prepare for physical growth to meet increased enrollment and new and expanding programs.
They swam, they rafted, they hiked, they camped out under the stars, and they got college credit. A group of students spent 12 days of clambering in and around the Klamath River in July, learning about restoration, natural history, and traditional ecological knowledge.
Cal Poly Humboldt is one of the 126 best colleges in the West according to The Princeton Review. The education services company lists Humboldt in the Best in the West section of its “2023 Best Colleges: Region by Region.”
To Jacob Furgatch (‘82, Nursing), graduating from the Nursing program at Humboldt was about more than getting a bachelor’s degree. His Humboldt experience became the foundation for everything that came after – his wife, family, and a successful career.
Felix Quintana (‘14, Art), whose art has been gaining significant attention, says Humboldt was a huge influence on his artistic development and an important part of his life experience.
"To Catch the Sun," co-authored by Lonny Grafman, instructor of Environmental Resources Engineering, teaches its readers to design and build solar photovoltaic systems.
In a milestone for Cal Poly Humboldt’s transition as a polytechnic, the University announced that nine new degree programs have been approved by the California State University Board of Trustees.