ideaFest Journal is an annual, peer-reviewed journal that showcases the work of faculty, staff, and students at Humboldt State University. The journal is an outgrowth of Humboldt State University’s IdeaFest, a day-long event which celebrates the collaborative research and creative projects of faculty and students from across campus.
The journal is open to all members of the Humboldt State University community, regardless of involvement in ideaFest events. Deadline is September 4, 2018.
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Current Volume: Volume 1 (2016) ideaFest: Interdisciplinary Journal of Creative Works and Research from Humboldt State University
Sedimentation Risk Assessment Using Satellite and Geospatial Data in Lagoa Feia, Brazil
Ualas B. Rohrer and Buddhika D. Madurapperuma
Academic Advising Support for Students on Academic Probation
Kaitlyn N. Stormes and Gregg J. Gold
Exoplanet Research: Differential Photometry for Kepler 6b
Garrett T. Benson and Charlotte Alexandra Olsen
A Home for Lucille Vinyard’s Lifework in Humboldt State University Library’s Special Collections
Carly Marino, Nicole Martensen, KayCie Voigt, Alexandria Jones, Cathlyn Garibay, Blanca Drapeau, Victoria Bruner, and Kathleen C. Bromley
- Jade Mejia
- Cassandra Curatolo
A Note from the Editors
As the inaugural editors for ideaFest Journal, we are so grateful to have had the opportunity to help create a space for the students, staff, and faculty of Humboldt State University to share their work with a wider audience. We feel lucky to have had the chance to collaborate with the reviewers, administrators and authors who have contributed to the journal. We’d like to thank the Dean of the University Library, Cyril Oberlander, for his work in launching the journal as well as Paola Rodriguez Hidalgo and Amy Rock for their willingness to review submissions. Their insights and suggestions were invaluable. We’d especially like to acknowledge Janelle Adsit for her dedication to this project. She has guided us every step of the way.
We want our readers to know that we tried our best to incorporate the ethics and practices of Intersectional Feminism into the editing process. We acknowledge that there may be gaps in our attempt to incorporate a multiplicity of voices and perspectives. We hope that future editors will also continue in this vein and we look forward to seeing how the journal will grow in years to come.