News for EC/ENST students - 3/27/2023

1) Environmental Studies DARS Planner workshop, April 5


2) Fixing the World Restoration Speaker Series, March 29

Active registration link here.

3) Grad Slam, March 30

The Grad Slam competition celebrates the exciting research conducted by Cal Poly Humboldt graduate students. The competition supports their capacity to effectively explain their research in three minutes, in a language appropriate to a non-specialist audience. Come learn about our graduate students' research!


4) On-campus job opportunities

The Eric Rofes Multicultural Queer Resource Center is hiring for an Events Director and Volunteer and Resource Director. Job and application details can be found in the above links or on Handshake. Applications are due April 1.

5) Deadline extended for Kalb-Haston Award for student leadership


6) Summer job opportunity related to the environment

The Fund for the Public Interest, a national nonprofit organization that runs campaigns on behalf of leading environmental and social change organizations like Environment America or The PublicInterest Research Group, is hiring students for paid, full-time roles on our summer campaigns, as well as long term career opportunities for graduating seniors. We typically run campaigns on legislation related to climate change, plastic waste, and other various environmental, public health, and consumer protection issues. Students who work with us over the summer will gain valuable skills in campaign organization and planning, communication, leadership, and financial and people management as they gain exposure to the operations of a grassroots campaign. Fill out a short application here and somebody will reach out to you shortly to schedule an information session and an interview. Visit our website to learn more about us.


Environmental Studies Advising Night, April 3


Environment Studies Club, April 3 meeting

Care about the environment? Looking for community? Or just new friends? The Environmental Studies Club is comprised of individuals who care about the environment and the beings living in it. The club also focuses on having a positive outlook on environmental issues and often holds meetings specifically to mitigate anxiety and fear surrounding climate change. All students are welcome and you don't have to be an Environmental Studies student to join. 
Club meetings are on Monday at 6:15 pm in Founders Hall 181 followed by an excursion somewhere in Humboldt County on the following Saturday. Meetings are biweekly. Below is a full semester calendar (last updated 3-2-2023).