1. Protesters Rights Workshop, Nov. 5. The Cal Poly Humboldt Student Legal Lounge and the Social Justice and Equity Center have partnered to host a couple informative workshops during the month of November. They include a "Protester's rights" workshop on November 5th and a "Housing rights" workshop on November 20th with a "Domestic violence protections" workshop being developed and is planned for the 20th of December. See the attached flyer.
  2. Writing tutor available. Want an extra set of eyes to review your papers? Make an appointment with History Department writing tutor and History major Emily Gilbow! She's available to meet Monday through Thursday from 10am-4pm, and can assist with paper structure, grammar, proofing, etc. Email her at to determine a mutually agreeable time to meet via Zoom. 
  3. Sustainable Futures Speaker Series, Nov. 12. As part of the Sustainable Futures Speaker Series, Dr. Leena Dallasheh will present a webinar on “Holy waters: colonial control of land, space, and resources in Palestine” on Thursday, November 12, from 5:30-7 p.m. Register here. Leena Dallasheh is an associate professor of history at Cal Poly Humboldt. She received her PhD in the joint History and Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies program at NYU. Her areas of specialization are the social and political history of the modern Middle East and modern Palestinian and Israeli history. Her research focuses on the social and political history of Nazareth from 1940 to 1966, tracing how Palestinians who remained in Israel in 1948 negotiated their incorporation in the state, affirming their rights as citizens and their identity as Palestinian.
  4. CSU Student Research Competition. The Office of Research & Sponsored Programs is pleased to announce the 2021 CSU Student Research Competition. Students must submit a written summary of their research or creative presentations to the Office of Research by Monday, February 1, 2021. If selected, students will compete virtually through Cal Poly Pomona on April 30th & May 1st, 2021. Humboldt is able to send up to 10 students (or teams) to the statewide competition, and we hope to receive many worthwhile applications. Undergraduate or graduate students currently enrolled at Humboldt as well as alumni/alumnae who received their degrees from Humboldt in Spring, Summer, or Fall 2020 are eligible. This is an opportunity for Humboldt students to shine at the state level! If you have questions, please contact Susan Brater at (707) 845-8933 or See the attached flyer.

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