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- 08/20/15--11:05: Major California River the 'Ultimate Teacher'
- 10/12/15--11:05: Research Points to Bright Future for Biomass
- 10/26/15--09:05: Tsunami Boat's Journey Captured in New Children's Book
- 02/05/16--08:05: With $3M Award, HSU Generates Stem Cell Scholars
- 02/19/16--09:05: Humboldt State Expands Food Access with CalFresh Benefits
- 03/21/16--09:05: 'Category 77 Hurricane' Winds Found Near Supermassive Black Hole
- 05/12/16--17:05: Seaweed Shed Light on the Evolution of Green Plants
- 05/26/16--09:05: Another Reason to Stay Active as We Age
- 07/29/16--11:05: Student Who Overcame Traumatic Crash Given CSU Award
- 09/13/16--06:00: Risk-Taking and the Social Science of Wilderness
- 11/09/16--09:05: Redwoods Aren't Endangered, but They Do Have Needs
- 11/15/16--11:05: Collaborating on Climate
- 01/23/17--09:05: Road Map to Help Northern California Fishing Communities Thrive
- 01/23/17--10:05: Questioning Post-Soviet in a New Era of Russian-American Relations
- 03/06/17--07:05: At 50, World's Oldest Student-Run Film Fest Shines With Indie Spirit
For a select group of new science students, California's second largest river, the Klamath River, will be the focus of everything they learn and do at Humboldt State University.
A potential revolution is unfolding on out-of-the-way logging roads. Foresters and researchers are innovating unique ways to make use of forest residues--low quality trees, tree tops, limbs, and chunks that formerly would have been left in slash piles and burned, or worse, left to rot.
A small fishing boat swept into the ocean by the 2011 tsunami off the coast of Japan washed ashore two years later in Northern California the subject of new children's book.
Humboldt State's cutting-edge program to prepare the next generation of stem cell and regenerative medicine professionals has received a major boost.
Humboldt State University is among the country's first universities to accept Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) cards from the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture's Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).
New research by astrophysicists has revealed the fastest ultraviolet winds ever detected near a supermassive black hole more than 10 billion light-years away.
World's first known multicellular green plant made its debut more than 500 million years ago.
The Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) has named Humboldt State University student Tina Sampay the best student columnist in the southwest for colleges and universities with an enrollment of under 10,000 students.
Researchers found that individuals who maintain an active jogging habit into their senior years are spending nearly the same amount of metabolic energy as a 20-year-old.
Humboldt State Social Work senior Morgan Burris has been given a California State University Trustees' Award for Outstanding Achievement.
Humboldt State University researchers describe how outdated state and federal requirements are keeping college students from accessing food assistance programs.
A piece of ongoing research about human values and behavior in the wilderness shows that people take greater risks when they possess safety devices.
Mention of redwoods may conjure up majestic groves, the hard-fought timber wars, and the threatened existence of a famous, sacred tree species. But one Humboldt State University professor is concerned about an "endangered" listing for Northern California's most famous "charismatic megaflora," saying it sends the wrong message.
If co-teaching sounds like it could lead to some conflicts, you're not wrong--especially when it comes to a charged topic like climate change. It's part of the reason why it's rarely done in academia. But working through those disagreements, even in front of the class, is part of the point.
Humboldt State University researchers have been awarded a $271,000 federal grant to help two Northern California fishing communities improve the social, economic, and environmental sustainability of their waterfronts.
Allegations and investigations into interference in the U.S. Presidential election have brought Russian-American relations into the national spotlight in a way unseen since the fall of the Soviet Union 25 years ago.
A researcher is pairing linguistics and Native American studies to help revive a culture.
In 1967 Lyndon Johnson was president, a movie ticket cost $1.25, and Humboldt State College students were organizing the campus's first film festival. Half a century later, the festival is the oldest student-run film festival of its kind and even though the tickets have gone up (slightly) in price, it's still one of the best deals going for moviegoers.
Humboldt State University is one of the nation's first college campuses to have residence halls dedicated to preventing sexualized violence and supporting survivors and their allies.