Student Affairs

McCrone Graduate Student Fellowship Award

Humboldt State University established the Alistair and Judith McCrone Graduate Fellowship Fund in October 2001.  The fund was created to honor Dr. and Mrs. McCrone, who together shepherded Humboldt State University and its students for over a quarter of a century. This award will recognize one outstanding graduate student, acknowledge their potential, and encourage their continued achievement in their graduate program.

 

The following provides specific information about the award:

Humboldt State’s Fourth Annual Zero Waste Conference

Humboldt State’s Fourth Annual Zero Waste Conference will feature a week of food, workshops, speakers, film screenings, and more, seeking to “Rethink, Reshape, Reclaim Systems for a Waste Revolution.” 

HSU SPF Services Survey

The Sponsored Programs Foundation’s primary mission is to provide the Humboldt State University community with professional and accessible Pre- and Post-Award grant and contract services. We are always looking for new ways to help you be successful in furthering your research goals.

We invite you to participate in a quick survey to let us know how we’re doing and share your feedback on any areas we can improve upon.

HSU's Office of Research Fall 2019 Newsletter

The Office of Research publishes two newsletters during the academic year; a fall and spring edition. These newsletters are used to highlight new awards, share what improvements our office is currently working on, update our researchers on any important changes that may affect their projects, and keep the campus community up to date with relevant grant news.

Let's Talk About the Middle East - Capernaum

For the next film in this semester's Let's Talk About the Middle East film and discussion series, HSU History professor Dr. Leena Dallasheh will be hosting a screening of Capernaum (2018).

A 12-year-old boy living in Beirut runs away from his neglectful family, commits a violent crime, and is consequently sentenced to years in jail. He chooses to sues his parents for the tumultuous life that he has had to endure. His story is telling of the traumatic experience of many immigrants and refugees living in political turmoil in the Middle East.

2020 CSU Student Research Competition

The Office of Research & Sponsored Programs is pleased to announce the 2020 CSU Student Research Competition. Students must submit a written summary of their research or creative presentations to the Office of Research by Friday, January 31, 2020.

OLLI Brown Bag Lunch Fall 2019 Season Presentations

Join us Mondays at noon for another great season of Brown Bag Lunch Presentations. As always, the informational sessions are free and open to all members of the community. 

Brown Bag Lunch Presentations are held in the conference room at Hospice of Humboldt. Just a few blocks from the Safeway intersection of Harris & Harrison in Eureka, Hospice of Humboldt is at 3327 Timber Fall Court. You can find directions and a map on the OLLI website

SkillShops for Fall 2019 are Underway!

SkillShops are underway for Fall Semester!  Take advantage of co-curricular programs for students to learn software, develop their career skills or catch up on their research knowledge. 

 Co-Curricular Learning

Let's Talk About the Middle East - A Separation

As part of the Let's Talk About the Middle East film and discussion series, HSU History professor Dr. Leena Dallasheh hosts a screening of A Separation (2011).

A middle-class family in Tehran is embroiled in strife over the decision to leave the country for a better life for their 11-year-old daughter or staying to care for her ailing grandfather. Through the legal struggle that ensues, the film explores the complexities of class, politics, religion, and family structure in contemporary Iran.

Assist with "I've Been Admitted to College" Event for Local 8th Graders

Hello Campus Community!

Might you be interested in giving an hour of your time this fall or early spring to assist with a special event for our local 8th graders?