Crow's Side of the Tale: Life & Art of Rick Bartow opened this week at the Cal Poly Humboldt Goudi'ni Native American Arts Gallery.
Toyon Literary Magazine will host a release party for its 68th volume on Zoom, March 29, from 3-5 p.m.
The California State University (CSU) Board of Trustees has appointed Jolene Koester, Ph.D., to serve as interim chancellor. This marks a return to the CSU for Koester who previously served as president of California State University, Northridge (CSUN) from 2000-2011. She succeeds Dr. Joseph I. Castro who resigned as chancellor on February 17, 2022.
Cal Poly Humboldt’s student media teams from bilingual monthly El Leñador, Osprey magazine, and The Lumberjack student newspaper raked in several state college media awards at the Associated Collegiate Press (ACP) statewide collegiate journalism conference this month.
Ten students were chosen as the 2022 outstanding student researchers, following competitive review of their written summaries by the Planning Committee for Research, Scholarly and Creative Activities.
The School of Dance, Music and Theatre at Cal Poly Humboldt presents the Humboldt County premiere of the musical comedy "Something Rotten!" with book by Karey Kirkpatrick and John O’Farrell and music and lyrics by Grammy Award-winners Wayne Kirkpatrick and Karey Kirkpatrick. The musical opens March 25 at 7:30 p.m.in the Van Duzer Theatre and runs for two weekends.
Inspired by their passion for Humboldt, history, and lifelong learning, Jerry and Gisela Rohde have made a transformational gift to the Cal Poly Humboldt Library and its Osher Lifelong Learning
Telehealth has proven to be an essential tool for helping students stay connected with healthcare providers during the pandemic. To continue supporting the health and wellbeing of students, Cal Poly Humboldt has added a supplemental telehealth service called TimelyCare.
Once again proving their plant prowess, Cal Poly Humboldt students won big at a national plant identification competition.
On a cool, overcast day, Tim Karas (‘91, Geography) walked across the field in Redwood Bowl to receive his diploma, becoming the first in his family to graduate from college.
Julia Bradshaw: Photography as Material features Bradshaw’s two photography projects, “Stacks and Shapes” and “Survey” shown side by side at Cal Poly Humboldt’s Reese Bullen Gallery.
After a two-year hiatus, the Cal Poly Humboldt Student Filmmaker’s Showcase is back at 7 p.m. in the Van Duzer Theatre on March 3.
Cal Poly Humboldt will confer an Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters to local philanthropist and hero Betty Kwan Chinn at this May’s Commencement ceremony. Chinn will be the first recipient of an honorary degree from Cal Poly Humboldt and one of only 13 in the University’s history.
Cal Poly Humboldt will become the 40th program to offer women's triathlon at the varsity level. Humboldt will field a team starting in the 2022-23 athletic season.
Cal Poly Humboldt has released the 2020 Safer Campus Survey, which reveals incidents of harm and also demonstrate the success of student-led intervention strategies.
Cal Poly Humboldt Journalism students recently released the first episode of a documentary series exploring the lives of homeless people in Humboldt County.
As a young student, Jennifer Kho (‘99, Journalism) jumped straight into the deep end at The Lumberjack, Humboldt’s student newspaper, where one assignment after another led her off campus and into the community.
Now in its eighth year, the Library's Humboldt Authors Celebration, which showcases the published work of diverse University authors, honors the achievements and expertise of students, faculty (current and emeritus), staff, and alumni.
The systemic effects of aversive racism––characterized as racist tendencies despite the endorsement of egalitarian values––is prevalent in academic medicine, impeding diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts. This is according to new research by Cal Poly Humboldt Psychology Professor Gregg Gold and physicians at UCLA and UC San Francisco medical schools.
Visual and performing arts students often apply what they learn. Their projects include everything from producing a film on campus (pictured) to working on the set of a new feature movie–one of the perks of living in an area that often attracts major film producers.
Much of the success of Cal Poly Humboldt depends on the dedication, experience and skill of our staff. For more than three decades, the annual Staff Recognition Awards program has recognized meritorious staff members at Humboldt. Congratulations to the 2021-22 award recipients! Read more about the recipients.
Cal Poly Humboldt is working to restore kelp populations throughout the North Coast by growing bull kelp in Humboldt Bay. A pilot project of the University’s Telonicher Marine Lab, the project is California's first open-water commercial seaweed farm.
In response to the mounting effects of global climate change, Cal Poly Humboldt has released a draft update of its Climate Action Plan (CAP 2.0). A valuable tool for University-wide climate resilience planning, the CAP 2.0 is a roadmap to guide Cal Poly Humboldt towards achieving carbon neutrality by 2045.
The California State University (CSU) Board of Trustees approved a new designation and name for Humboldt State University—California State Polytechnic University, Humboldt. This caps nearly two years of planning by the Hispanic-Serving Institution for new curricula and facilities, increased hands-on student research opportunities, and the expected enrollment growth associated with the enhanced offerings and new designation.
Last Monday, instead of taking a day off in recognition of the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, Humboldt State staff and faculty donated their time and energy to the University’s third annual MLK Day of Service. Twenty-two students and 18 faculty and staff members spent the day at multiple community and campus sites, working together to beautify the community and honor the legacy of Dr. King.