News for History students -- 11-15-2021

  1. Sustainable Futures Speaker Series, Nov. 18. 5:30pm. Dr. William Bauer will speak on “We Are the Land: A Native History of California in the 20th and 21st Centuries.” Register here for this webinar co-sponsored by Humboldt’s Schatz Environmental Research Center and Environment & Community M.A. In the late 20th and early 21st centuries, California Indian people and nations have been at the forefront of efforts to assert tribal sovereignty, defend waterways and reclaim land. Building on his recently co-authored book, We Are the Land: A Native History of California, William Bauer will discuss how California Indians reshaped California and the United States in the 20th and 21st centuries.Learn about other speakers in this semester's series here.
  2. Teaching Credential Information Night, Nov. 18. Thinking about becoming a teacher? Join Humboldt’s School of Education at 4:30 p.m. for an info session. Register here. Learn more about Humboldt’s School of Education and how to apply for a credential program here.
  3. IdeaFest journal, submissions due end of fall semester. Get published in Humboldt’s interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed ideaFest Journal. Open to all members of the Humboldt community. Details here. The ideaFest Journal deadline is always two weeks after the end of Fall and Spring semester. Click here to submit an article for consideration to the journal.
  4. Congressional Internship Program. The College to Congress (C2C) Team would like to invite students and recent alumni to apply to our all-expenses covered Summer 2022 Congressional Internship Program! We provide full-time, paid Congressional internships to underrepresented students. Internships run Jun. 1 – Aug. 5, 2022 (9 weeks). The program is free of charge for all participants. C2C will: secure paid Congressional internships, cover ALL expenses (housing, food, transportation, professional clothing, etc.), provide training and support with top DC public service professionals, connect you with the robust C2C Alumni Network, and foster lifelong friendships with other C2C "Hill-terns." Eligibility: Current college juniors and seniors interested in a career in public service OR recent alumni who graduated after June 1, 2021; also Pell Grant recipient, DACA status, OR receive federal financial aid as a student with disabilities. Application opens Dec. 1, 2021 HERE and closes Jan. 15, 2022.