HSU's Office of Research Fall 2018 Newsletter

The Office of Research & Sponsored Program's Fall 2018 Newsletter...

Fall 2018 Administrative Affairs Newsletter

Attached please find the Fall 2018 Administrative Affairs Newsletter. 


HSU Professional Development Newsletter - November 2018

This month inside HSU Professional Development Newsletter: 

  • Employee and Student Safety - Health Awareness Month - Certain months are designated for health awareness to shed light on research and prevention efforts associated with specific diseases, with the ultimate goal of finding a cure and saving lives. Be mindful of the “Do’s” and “Don’ts” regarding holiday vehicle travel

November 6 Mid-term Elections: On-Campus Polling Place, JGC 1st Floor Rec Room

Dear Campus Community,

Housing and Residence Life will be hosting a polling place on November 6.  Please note that voters may need assistance in locating the polls.  Please direct them to:

Jolly Giant Commons (JGC) - L.K. Wood Blvd and Granite Avenue 

1st Floor Recreation Room

Questions?  Contact Kaitlin O’Brien at extension 5312




Candidate Open Forums for the AVP of Human Resources (Revised)

You are Invited!  Candidate Open Forums for the AVP of Human Resources.

On behalf of the search committee and Doug Dawes, VP of Administration and Finance, you are invited to the AVP of Human Resources Open Forums.  We anticipate having a total of four candidates on campus:

November 1, 2018

10 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. in the University Banquet Room

Terri Hampton

Summary of Qualifications attached


November 2, 2018

11 a.m. – noon in the University Banquet Room

Scott Kasper

Summary of Qualifications attached

26th Annual Free Pancake Dinner

Volunteers Needed! Please join other campus members in helping with the 26th Annual Free Pancake Dinner for HSU students Monday, December 10th in the J Cafeteria, Jolly Giant Commons. Please copy and paste the web address below to sign up.

Or contact Carly Strand at or x3012

Inclusive Excellence Webinar: The Cheetah & the Wolf

Co-sponsored by the Office of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion and
the Center for Teaching and Learning

World Cafe on the Future of Community Media

World Cafe on the Future of Community Media

Wednesday, October 3, 2018 at 4-5:30pm in HSU Library, Authors Hall, 2nd Floor

We invite students, faculty, staff, and community to a conversation about community media, local news and information. What is the future of Community Media?

This World Cafe conversation seeks a better understanding of your interest in community information and use of media outlets. Where do you find local information or news? What is the impact of social media and news syndication on local news? What role do you have in local information; reader, listener, viewer or writer, videographer, community journalist?

World Cafe on Equity in Community Engagement

Sponsored by the Center for Teaching and Learning, Center for Community Based Learning, and the Department of Social Work