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Hands adjust the positioning of a roof on a small wooden model of a home, with the view cast toward the front entrance with a covered porch flanked by large windows.

Interior Architecture Students Design Free Floor Plans for Wildfire Survivors

Under the guidance of interior architecture professor Rouben Mohiuddin, 30 design students have worked on floor plans that have now been used to build more than a dozen homes in the Camp Fire footprint.

Kallie Griffin types on a laptop in the medical command center, a wall of medical supplies behind her.

Creating Comfort and Order out of Chaos

When a group of Chico State students found a Camp Fire evacuation shelter in need of aid to track those in its care who were displaced, establish a medical records system, and help with filling prescriptions, they launched into action.

A student talks with a young child.

A Love for Humanity

In act of global service, nursing professor Faye Mitchell-Brown led a team 10 of students on a trip to provide health care in rural Mexico.

A graphic of a globe featuring the countries three Chico State Alumni have traveled.

Global Humanitarians

Whether photographing childhood slavery in Ghana, improving health care in an impoverished puebla in Colombia, or offering an education to Myanmar refugees facing an unknown future in Thailand, three alumni share two things in common: big hearts and a belief in social justice. 

School of Nursing student Shannon Watson assists with patient care and health needs for evacuees of the Oroville Dam Spillway Incident at the Evacuation Center at the Silver Dollar Fairgrounds.

Chico State Student Volunteers Step Up in Time of Need

Chico State student volunteers rushed to Chico's Silver Dollar Fairgrounds this week to help lift the spirits of evacuees during the Oroville Dam incident.

Civil Engineering Alum Impresses with International Assistance

When landslides destroyed roadways in Georgia, the country turned to the U.S. Forest Service for assistance, specifically, Wildcat alumna Angelica Perez-Delgado.