Newsletter - Spotlighting Our Faculty, Staff and Students

Art Student Li Jacobson standing with ceramic piece in display case.  Art piece accepted into CCACA 2023

Li Jacobson's ceramic piece was selected for the California Conference for the Advancement of Ceramic Art

CAHSS students standing in front of bus reading to leave for hiking trip to Prairie Creek Redwood National Park

Students ready to hike Prairie Creek Redwood National Park

Dance students standing in front of a sign at Natomas Charter School during recruitment trip

Dance Students at Natomas Charter School

Staff member Brec Ronis accepting her Staff Recognition Award

Brec Ronis accepting the Staff Recognition Award

Staff member Peggy Steward accepting her Staff Recognition Award

Peggy Stewart accepting the Staff Recognition Award

Faculty members standing next to Peggy Stewart

Faculty celebrating with Peggy

Dance Program’s Spring Break Recruitment Trip

Cal Poly Students teaching students at Natomas Charter School a dance combination

Cal Poly Humboldt student dancers along with Linda Maxwell, Dance program leader, took a Spring Break road trip to Sacramento to visit three schools.  They visited Natomas Charter School, Oakville High School and Consumes Oaks High School. 

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CouRaGeouS Cuentos- Get Your Copy on April 24!

Cal Poly Humboldt’s CouRaGeouS Cuentos: A Journal of Counternarratives. Volume 6 is a collection of scholarly essays, captivating poetry, self-portraits, and reflections highlighting themes such as the complexities of growing up in complicated households, building and giving back to community as a form of empowerment, creating bonds through cultural practices, confronting new understandings of self, but most of all–healing. These themes reflect on the realities of our local community and beyond.

CouRaGeouS Cuentos will be hosting an in-person celebration Monday, April 24th, 2023 from 4-6:00pm at the Native Forum (BSS 162) at Cal Poly Humboldt. There will be live readings, music, raffles, food, refreshments and more!

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Sociology Students Travel to Seattle

Five faculty and 16 students from the Sociology department attended The Pacific Sociological Association’s 94th Annual Conference, in Seattle, Washington March 30th -April 2. 

Students and Faculty at the The Pacific Sociological Association’s 94th Annual Conference

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TOYON - Get your copy Thursday, April 20!

Toyon Issue 69 Cover

The student-run Toyon Multilingual Literary Magazine features prose, poetry, visual art, original translations, and much more.  This year’s Toyon leans into “69” by taking on a more controversial matter and being loud and proud about it. Sex is still considered taboo in many societies and cultures, and this issue seeks to break the taboo with a collection of diverse voices celebrating sex, gender, and intimacy in all their glorious (and sometimes messy) expressions.

The Toyon 69 Launch Party will be on Thursday, April 20th from 5:30-7:30 pm in the Great Hall (located above the College Creek mailroom) and on Zoom.

Join us on 4/20 in celebrating the writers, artists, and editors of 69! During the event, there will be featured readings from contributors and a recognition of 2023 award recipients.  The event is completely free and open to the public.

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Dance Visions

10th Annual Hip Hop Conference


Goudi'ni Native American Arts Gallery Land Back Exhibit


This is an ITS visual infographic synthesizing the 2022 outreach to learn about faculty IT needs rel

Results from Faculty Fall 2022 Input and Requests for ITS related to research needs and support