Humboldt State is the perfect place to study and experience science. We’re surrounded by ancient redwoods and the Pacific Ocean, which provide an amazing living laboratory. And our faculty help students put their classroom learning to work through research, fieldwork, and lab experiences.

  Alumni Updates

Our grads are doing great things.

Gary Coyne, Oceanography , 1973
Submitted: December 11, 2020
Gary Coyne worked for 40 years as a scientific glassblower, with over 30 years at Cal State University, Los Angeles. While working at CSULA He wrote the book “The Laboratory Companion” and had a wonderful career helping to make both glass apparatus used in general labs and many one-...
Don Treasure, Wildlife , 1974
Submitted: December 11, 2020
Don Treasure spent 37 years working for and with the federal government as a Biological Technician, Environmental Protection Specialist, and Environmental Specialist. He is now fully retired.
Deanna Claire Dick, Other- Zoology, 1964
Submitted: December 11, 2020
Deanna Dick had a 30 year career in Clinical Laboratory Science working in hospital and outpatient laboratories in California and Washington.  She retired from Humboldt Central Laboratory in 2000, but then went back in 2016. She worked for United Indian Health Services traveling from...
Charles Lamb, Biological Sciences , 1983
Submitted: December 11, 2020
After graduation from HSU, Charles Lamb completed a Ph.D. in Neurophysiology at Louisiana State University in 1991. During his doctoral studies he spent one year conducting research at Kagoshima University School of Dentistry in Kagoshima, Japan. He then completed a postdoctoral research...
Robert Miller, Oceanography Fisheries post grad, 1984
Submitted: December 11, 2020
Robert Miller is the Co-owner and CFO of Sea Dwelling Creatures, Inc. (http://www.seadwelling.com) and founder of The Coral Ark (http://www.thecoralark.org).