News for EC/ENST students - 10/31/2022

1) Decolonizing Sustainability Speaker Series, Nov. 9
2) "A Brief Ethnohistory of the Mattole," Nov. 5
Jamie Roscoe is an HCHS past president, archaeologist and lecturer at Cal Poly Humboldt and College of the Redwoods. He founded the Cultural Resources Facility at Cal Poly, which provides assistance to state, federal and local agencies, tribes and private entities on a variety of cultural resource investigations. Working closely with representatives of the local tribes, he has completed CRM investigations on over 600 project areas in Northern California.

The lecture will be hosted via Zoom at 2:30 p.m. by the Humboldt County Library. The deadline to sign up for access to the lecture is 5 PM on the Friday before the lecture. Upon registration, participants will receive the meeting ID and password. Click here to register!
3) UCSF MS in Global Health, info session Nov. 10
The Master of Science in Global Health program is now accepting applications! Why study global health at the University of California, San Francisco? The 11-month, full-time global health master’s program offers:
  • Training for global health service and leadership
  • Ten weeks of global health fieldwork
  • Interdisciplinary curriculum and world-renowned faculty
  • Preparation for careers in research, policy, organizational leadership, epidemiology, consulting, academia and program management
Please join us for our first virtual information session on November 10, 2022, from 12-1 p.m. Register here. The session will feature introductory remarks by IGHS Executive Director Jaime Sepulveda, MD, DSc, MPH.
Program Director Chris Carpenter, MD, MPH and Associate Director Ingrid Chen, PhD, MS '13 will then present information about the program and admissions process and have time for Q+A.
4) Mushroom Fair, Nov. 13
The Humboldt Bay Mycological Society's 44th annual Mushroom Fair is Sunday, November 13, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and features hundreds of species of mushrooms on display; presentations by expert mycologists; books, mushroom growing kits, T-shirts, mushroom art, and more for sale; mushroom identification; mushroom questions answered; mushroom ecology; and more!
Fair presentation schedule includes:
  • "Mushrooms of the Redwood Coast" with Noah Siegel
  • "Bioluminescent and Fluorescent Fungi" with Alan Rockefeller
  • "Making Scents of Fungi, from Stench to Perfume" with Christian Schwarz
5) Infrastructure Management Intern, applications due Dec. 9
Hispanic Access Foundation’s MANO Projectis offering enriching internship experiences nationwide for Latinx college students and upcoming professionals who are passionate about the outdoors, geography, community engagement, public lands, cultural resources and natural resources.
Position: Infrastructure Management Intern (Click link for position description and application)
Duration: 6 month internship (26 weeks); Starting January, 2023
Location: Fish and Wildlife Service, Sacramento, California Regional Office
PERK: The intern will be eligible for the Public Land Corp Eligibility - After completing 640 hours of the internship, PLC status provides special non-competitive hiring status when applying for federal positions.
Also, a housing stipend, commuting stipend, and additional professional development funds are included with the position!
6) Summer Yale Conservation Scholars program
7) Summer Sea Turtle Field Course
Active links here for the website and to apply.
8) M.A. in Applied English at Cal Poly Humboldt
See the attached brochure for more information.