Kenneth Sanchez (‘84, Wildlife) loves saving habitats. He has been helping protect and restore habitats in the United States for over 30 years, and now with a bequest pledge made to Cal Poly Humboldt’s Lowell Diller Wildlife Memorial Scholarship Endowment, he will one day be able to help other Humboldt Wildlife students who are just as passionate about habitat restoration.
Thanks to a generous gift of $30,000 to the Matt Johnson Wildlife Trust fund from Zach Zachowski and Barbara Gabel, who own a vineyard in Napa Valley, the Cal Poly Humboldt Barn Owl Research Team has a new truck to conduct their research.
While institutions throughout the U.S. are banning books, restricting access to those that showcase voices from historically marginalized groups, the Cal Poly Humboldt Library is diversifying its collections—and staff want suggestions from the campus community.
The Cal Poly Humboldt track and field program will send two individuals to compete at the 2023 NCAA Division II Outdoor Track & Field National Championships hosted by Colorado State University Pueblo at the CSU Pueblo Thunderbowl.
Many laughs, smiles, and gratitude filled the campus Great Hall during the Cal Poly Humboldt Scholarship Reception on May 4. The event gave student scholarship recipients a chance to meet and connect with donors who sponsored their scholarships and believed in them.
On Monday, May 15, 2023, Cal Poly Humboldt President, Dr. Tom Jackson, Jr., announced that Dr. Nick Pettit will be the next Executive Director of Intercollegiate Athletics and Recreational Sports for the Lumberjacks.
New, interactive infrastructure and apparatuses designed to engage and educate the children of Trillium Charter School about science and sustainability premiered at the school in Arcata on Tuesday, May 9.
Cal Poly Humboldt officials along with leaders from the California State University, the community, and Associated Students led a groundbreaking event on May 12 to celebrate the largest student housing project in University history.