Dr. Tasha Howe is a developmental psycho-pathologist. She is Professor and Chair of the Psychology Department at Humboldt State University in California, and a two time Fulbright Scholar as well. Her work mainly focuses on child abuse prevention. And she's a former heavy metal groupie.
HSU and the Humboldt County Office of Education were recently awarded one of five Improvement Research Fellowships, a team-based experience for CSU
HSU’s Social Work Online Programs Receive $250,000 Gift
Humboldt State University recognized by Exercise is Medicine® for Efforts to Create Culture of Wellness on Campus
Humboldt State University among 139 Campuses Honored Worldwide
Since 1964, Humboldt State has honored outstanding faculty. John O. Reiss, Department of Biological Sciences, Susan E. Marshall, Department of Forestry & Wildland Resources, Nicole Jean Hill, Department of Art, and Justus D.
Dr. Young Sub Kwon, Director of HSU's Human Performance Lab, and the Exercise is Medicine Team announce a free daily 5k walk/jog/run program for all students, faculty, and staff. The program will run Monday-Friday from 12:00-2:00pm for 8 weeks starting February 18th and ending April 19th on the campus track.
The program is part of the global Medicine (EIM) initiative to promote exercise as a vital sign of health and make active lifestyle a part of the daily campus culture.
Please join us this Friday for the latest in Psych Talks: Ethnic Identity Development in LAte Adolescents and Early Adulthoo: The Role of Brothers and Sisters.
Arizona State University PhD student Edwin Vazquez will be presenting his work on this little examined area of research beginning with refreshments at 4:30 and the talk at 5:00 in the Kate Buchannan Room.
Hope to see you there