Administrative Affairs

Administrative Affairs Spring 2019 Newsletter

Dear Colleagues,

Attached please find the Administrative Affairs Spring 2019 Newsletter.  Inside you will find important area updates as well as photos from the University Police Department.

Happy reading!

CSU's Got Talent Webcast Training - Working With Difficult People - 5/14/19 @ 10AM

Your work day is filled with them--people who frustrate, impede, maneuver, undermine, plot, connive, and whine. In this session, Amy Cooper Hakim details specific techniques for handling them, with easy-to-follow scenarios for different situations.

What you need to know to support Muslim students this Ramadan 2019

For the first time in 10 years, Ramadan will fall within the academic school year and will continue to do so for the next 2 decades! 

Ramadan will begin on Sunday, May 5th, when many universities have yet to finish for the summer. It can be a difficult month for many to get through, especially students who have to go through a normal school day without eating or drinking. For schools, it's important to provide an environment for students where they feel safe to practice their religion, but maybe more importantly, one that ensures their well-being during the school day. 

HSU Professional Development Newsletter - May 2019

This month inside HSU Professional Development Newsletter

  • New Beginnings - It's May! The sun and flowers have come out and soon another cohort of students will walk across the stage and onwards to new and exciting things. It's hard to not join in the feeling of accomplishment and new beginnings as the academic year draws to a close.

KRONOS: New Payroll Process & Training Opportunities Available

HSU Sponsored Program Foundation's new KRONOS Workforce Ready time keeping system is set to go live during the second half of May 2019!

Join us for HSU's 2019 ideaFest!

More than 400 Students, Faculty, & Staff from HSU will showcase research, live performances, digital projects, and more...

CSU's Got Talent Webcast Training - Great Grammar in 60 Minutes - 4/23/19 @ 10AM

"Great Grammar in 60 Minutes", April 23 from 10:00 - 11:00 AM PT

Don't let grammar goofs and mechanical missteps undercut your professionalism.  In this program, Nancy Flynn will review "grown-up" grammar rules for CSU professionals.  We'll cover punctuation, capitalization, and evolving grammar guidelines including gender-neutral and preferred pronouns.  You'll learn to write correctly - and more quickly.  If you haven't had a recent review, Great Grammar in 60 Minutes is for you.

Join in on April 23 here:

Native Voices: Native Peoples’ Concepts of Health and Illness Traveling Exhibit in Library FALL

Native Voices explores the interconnectedness of wellness, illness, and cultural life for Native Americans, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians. Stories drawn from both the past and present examine how health for Native People is tied to community, the land, and spirit. Through interviews, Native People describe the impact of epidemics, federal legislation, the loss of land, and the inhibition of culture on the health of Native individuals, and communities today.

HSU's Office of Research Spring 2019 Newsletter

The Office of Research & Sponsored Program's Spring 2019 Newsletter...

12th Annual California Indian Big Time & Social Gathering

The community is invited to the 12th annual California Indian Big Time & Social Gathering, celebrating diverse California tribal cultures, on Saturday, April 6 from 11am - 6pm in HSU's West Gym.

There will be a variety of cultural presenters, an Indian Card Tournament, and vendors throughput the day from across the state, including HSU alumni. Together participants and guests will honor location of the HSU campus in the heart of Wiyot territory. It will provide an opportunity for community outreach, partnership with tribal nations, and embrace the diversity that tribal students, faculty, and staff bring to the university.