Achievements

Publications and achievements submitted by our faculty, staff, and students. 

 

Faculty Lori Cortez-Regan Sociology

Sociology faculty Lori Cortez-Regan co-wrote an article that was published in the Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal. The name of the article is "'If Extended Family Can't Deal...' Disclosing Trans and Gender Non-Conforming Children's Identity".

Link (Read Only): https://hsu.link/ZUG

Submitted: October 23, 2020

Faculty Robert Cliver History

HSU History Professor Robert Cliver is interviewed about his new book, Red Silk, in this month's issue of the journal, Made in China.
https://press-files.anu.edu.au/downloads/press/n7524/pdf/book.pdf

Submitted: October 21, 2020

Faculty Robert Cliver History

HSU History Professor Robert Cliver featured in this month's Association for Asian Studies Member Spotlight.
https://www.asianstudies.org/member-spotlight-robert-cliver/

Submitted: October 21, 2020

Faculty Joshua Frye Communication

Joshua Frye, Professor of Communication, was recently featured on a panel of experts from universities across the US to provide career guidance for recent college graduates in the Communication field. The career advise website Zippia was founded in 2015 by bringing together experts in technology, marketing, and engineering passionate about providing customized tools and resources to help improve career outcomes. Zippia has been featured in outlets such as Forbes and the New York Times. Frye was featured in an article titled, "Job Market Trends for Recent Grads" and can be found on Zippia's expert opinion page:https://www.zippia.com/mass-communications-professor-jobs/trends/

Submitted: October 8, 2020

Faculty Kaitlin Reed Native American Studies

Kaitlin Reed, Assistant Professor, Native American Studies, published her paper “We Are a Part of the Land and the Land Is Us”: Settler Colonialism & Genocide in California” in the Humboldt Journal of Social Relations https://digitalcommons.humboldt.edu/hjsr/vol1/iss42/4/

Submitted: October 7, 2020

Faculty Kerri J. Malloy Native American Studies

Kerri J. Malloy, Native American Studies presented his paper “Tuluwat: Remembrance, Reconciliation, and Restitution at the Center of the World,” at the The 7th Global Conference on Genocide sponsored by the International Network of Genocide Scholars(virtually)on October 3, 2020.

Submitted: October 3, 2020

Faculty Josh Meisel, Ronnie Swartz, and Whitney Ogle Sociology

Drs. Dominic Corva (HIIMR), Josh Meisel (Sociology), Whitney Ogle (Kinesiology and Recreation Management), and Ronnie Swartz (Social Work) gave presentations on "Using Cannabis Data to Improve Public Health and Promote Social Equity" as part of a Data Fair hosted by the Inter-Consortium for Political Social Research on September 24. Their presentations can be viewed at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zU4af8mO49c&list=PLqC9lrhW1VvYJIhgtk9QlAYxLSwbF7Bf2&index=2

Submitted: September 28, 2020

Faculty Matthew Derrick Geography

On September 16, Matthew Derrick, chair of Geography, Environment, and Spatial Analysis and program leader of International Studies, delivered an invited talk titled "Monumental Mosques of Post-Soviet Central Eurasia" for the Geography Colloquium at the University of Nevada, Reno.

Submitted: September 17, 2020

Faculty Laura Johnson Geography

Dr. Laura Johnson, faculty in the Department of Geography, Environment, and Spatial Analysis, published a poem for these times titled 'Intersections at the Site of Breath.'You can read it here: https://medium.com/@goodgriever/intersections-at-the-site-of-breath-701ca7665e37

Submitted: September 14, 2020

Faculty Dave Woody Art

Dave Woody made photographs for the New York Times Sunday Magazine, of local school's "first day of school". These photos encompassed some distance learning and some face-to-face learning.
Here is a link to the story:

https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/09/11/magazine/covid-school-re…

Submitted: September 14, 2020

Faculty James F Woglom Art

Jim Woglom from the Art Department was awarded "Outstanding Higher Education Visual Art Educator of the Year" for 2020 by the California Art Education Association.

Submitted: September 14, 2020

Student Gwynnevere Cristobal, Troy Lescher Theatre, Film & Dance

Gwynnevere Cristobal(‘20) and Dr. Troy Lescher (Theatre, Film & Dance) published the “Doctoral Projects in Progress in Theatre Arts, 2020” report for the Association of Theatre in Higher Education [ATHE].

Submitted: September 11, 2020

Faculty Amy Rock Geography

Dr. Amy Rock was invited to speak at the quarterly (virtual) meeting of the Kentucky Association of Mapping Professionals this summer. She gave a short talk based on her book, Mapping with ArcGIS Pro - you can find it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QhDpWIYYrM4&feature=youtu.be (talk begins at 1:30).

Submitted: September 8, 2020

Faculty Matthew Derrick Geography

As editor of The California Geographer, Matthew Derrick guided the 2020 edition (Vol. 59) of the flagship peer-reviewed journal of the California Geographical Society to completion and publication this past summer.

Submitted: August 31, 2020

Faculty Matthew Derrick Geography

Matthew Derrick, chair of the Department of Geography, Environment, and Spatial Analysis, was invited to the First International Congress of Geography of Apurímac and South
of Peru, College of Geographers of Peru, where he delivered a talk titled "Adventures and Applicability in Geographic Research: Faculty-Undergraduate Collaboration at Humboldt State University" on August 30, 2020.

Submitted: August 31, 2020

Faculty Jared D. Larson Politics

In early June, Dr. Larson, who is also a Research Associate for the Instituto Galego de Análise e Documentación Internacional, based in Pontevedra, Galicia, Spain, was interviewed by Nós Diario about the Trump presidency, the pandemic, police violence, and the upcoming elections in the U.S. The interview, published in Galician, can be read here:
https://www.nosdiario.gal/articulo/internacional/violencia-policial-nos…

Submitted: August 25, 2020

Faculty Jared D. Larson Politics

Over the summer, Dr. Larson contributed an essay entitled "Coronavirus and the Contagion of Illiberal Democracy" to a collaborate series called "Quarantined Across Borders," published by Media Rise and Texas A&M University. The piece can be read at:
https://oaktrust.library.tamu.edu/bitstream/handle/1969.1/188100/Jared%…

Submitted: August 25, 2020

Faculty Ahmed Foggie Geography

Ahmed Foggie, lecturer in the Department of Geography, Environment, and Spatial Analysis, recently published an article title "Why the Translantic?" in the 2020 (Vol. 59) edition of the California Geographer, the flagship peer-review journal of the California Geographical Society.

Submitted: August 24, 2020

Faculty Amy Rock Geography

Amy Rock, along with co-author James Taber, recently published "Home Tweet Home: Can Social Media Define a Community?", in the Journal of Appalachian Studies. The study used Twitter data to investigate whether the boundaries of a cultural region could be identified from geotagged tweets and hashtags. (Spoiler alert: it can!)

Submitted: August 24, 2020

Faculty Rae Robison Theatre, Film & Dance

In July, Rae Robison was elected to the National Board of the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival. She will serve a three year term as the Design, Technology & Management Member at Large. This is a prestigious position as there are only 2 national "at-large" members on the board at any time.

Submitted: August 24, 2020