Professional Development Newsletter - January 2018

This month inside HSU Professional Development Newsletter:

  • Newsletter One Year Anniversary - Next month marks the first anniversary of HSU’s Training and Professional Development Newsletter.

FREE DINNER: 25th Annual Pancake Dinner

Start your finals off with a bang! Join us for the 25th Annual Pancake Dinner and enjoy a FREE meal. This event is free for all students and will take place Monday, Dec. 11th from 8PM to 10PM in the J Cafeteria. Pancakes and other breakfast sides will be served by your HSU staff and faculty. Please spread the word!


All food is being graciously donated by Dining Services.

Join Us Today for the Learning Lock-in (9 to 3)

Learning Lock-in: Everyone is welcome to spend the first day of Fall Break in the Fishbowl for a day of learning and community building

Monday November 20th 9 am - 3 pm (or any combination of time in between)

Breakfast, Coffee & Tea - Bring your cup and get comfortable

TED Talks & Webinars - Watch curated broadcasts

Shared Learning - Discuss what you learned & share ideas

Lunch & Live Music - Hear the Fusilli  Brothers at noon

HSU's Office of Research Fall 2017 Newsletter

The Office of Research, Economic, and Community Development’s Fall 2017 Newsletter.

McCrone Promising Faculty Scholars Award

The Sponsored Programs Foundation is pleased to request nominations for the McCrone Promising Faculty Scholars Award for HSU faculty members.

McCrone Graduate Student Fellowship Award

This award will recognize one outstanding graduate student, acknowledge their potential, and encourage their continued achievement in their graduate program.

A Primer: National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) - Part 2

On November 3, 2017 from 9:00 - 11:00 in NHE 102, Goodwin Forum Dr. Lisa Castellino, Associate Vice President of the Office of Institutional Effectiveness wil present the results of the Faculty Survey of Student Engagement (FSSE) and how they relate to the findings from NSSE.

Sustainable Procurement Made Easy - Staples Auto Sub Program

The Chair of the Board of Trustees for the CSU, Rebecca Eisen, has directed us to increase sustainability activities across all of the CSU.  As part of this drive, the Chancellor’s Office has been working with Staples to roll out the Auto Sub program that will substitute in more sustainable products for office supplies purchases.  I am pleased to inform you that this feature will be activated as of November 1, 2017 for all campuses.  Please review the attached flyer for more detail.

Join us for the Campus and Community Dialogue on Race

The Campus and Community Dialogue on Race, now in its 19th year, offers the campus and community a week of workshops, presentations, and conversations focused on intersectional forms of oppression and resistance, offered by and for students, staff, faculty, and community members.