News for EC/ENST students - 9/27/2022

1) Celebrating AB 1460 & Ethnic Studies in Higher Education
See here for more details. 
2) Toyon Multilingual Literary Magazine submissions due Sept. 30Toyon Multilingual Literary Magazine is once again seeking submissions for publication. The submission deadline for Toyon 69: The Sex Issue is September 30. See the attached flyer and the Toyon website for more information and submission details. We accept a variety of genres, including poetry, short story, creative nonfiction, visual art, spoken word recordings, critical analysis, multilingual literature, and translations.  
3) Graduate Studies Student Assistant Needed

Graduate Studies would like to hire an undergraduate or 1st year graduate student for our office. The position requires a minimum of a two-semester commitment (remainder of fall 2022 - spring 23) with fall semester hours devoted primarily to training for the spring. The position pays $16.00/hr, with 10-15 total work hours per week for the fall semester (more for the spring semester) and we will accommodate class schedules. An interest in website (Drupal) and social media platforms is helpful, but not required. Interested students can apply on Handshake (job#7012458) or email their resume directly to hsugrad by Thursday, September 29th. 


4) Sustainable Transportation Fair

Tuesday, October 4th
11:30am - 1:30pm
Student Activities Center Quad
The Sustainability Office is hosting a fair to promote healthy, low cost and environmentally friendly transportation options and resources to the campus community. This in-person event will showcase Humboldt Bike Share, ZipCar, local transit, bike repair demos, pedal power technologies and more. Come for the demos, displays, giveaways and sign-ups! After the fair, join us for an all-abilities group bicycle ride along the Arcata Bike trail to the Arcata Marsh. Meet at the Harry Griffith Hall bikeshare station at 4pm. No bike? No Problem! Show up to use a bikeshare bike for FREE!
5) Study abroad scholarships, deadlines October 6
1) Global Ambassadors Fund. Applications to support study abroad travel happening SPRING or SUMMER 2023 are due October 6. See the Cal Poly Humboldt International Studies website for further information and application instructions. 2) Gilman Scholarship. The U.S. Department of State’s Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship Program enables students of limited financial means to study or intern abroad, providing them with skills critical to our national security and economic prosperity. Applications are now being accepted for programs that start between December 1, 2022-October 1, 2023. See here for details on how to apply. Award amounts vary (up to $5,000) depending on the student's recommendation group in the selection process, financial need, and length of the study abroad program.  
6) Cal Poly Humboldt Sustainability Newsletter 
Browse the most recent newsletter to find information on events, campus sustainability projects, community happenings, and other useful tips. This newsletter is authored by Green Campus, a student group that operates under Cal Poly Humboldt's Office of Sustainability.
Organizers of the WorldWide Teach-in on Climate and Justice invite plays that are seven minutes or less that engage with the complexities of the climate crisis. The original plays should speak to the diverse global experiences of climate change as a result of intersecting issues of geography, nationality, race, gender, social class, religion, etc., and that show the complexities of the characters' perspectives. The submission deadline is Nov. 15.
The journal Sustainability and Climate Change invites student authors and author teams at the undergraduate and graduate level, as well as those five years or less into their postgraduate level, including Ph.D. candidates, to submit viewpoints, commentaries, perspectives and original research.