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Employee Onboarding Workshop - Thursday, September 19, 2019

Employees who are new to HSU or who move into a new position on campus benefit greatly when their onboarding experience is well-managed and meaningful. Research shows employees who are onboarded with intention and thoroughness are 58% more likely to stay in their jobs more than three years. This course will equip anyone with employee onboarding responsibilities with clear guidelines and best practices for onboarding new employees.

Grow your business with digital marketing and e-commerce workshops

Grow your business with digital marketing and e-commerce workshops brought to you in partnership between North Coast Small Business Development Center and Humboldt State University College of Extended Education and Global Engagement.

Panel: “Birthright Citizenship, Immigration, and the 14th Amendment”

Panel Discussion: “Birthright Citizenship, Immigration, and the 14th Amendment”

Thursday, September 19, 5:30PM

Green and Gold Room (Founders Hall 166)

Join us for this timely Constitution Day* panel discussion with:

❖ Jessica Brenda Pérez Mendoza: Centro del Pueblo

❖ César Abarca: Department of Social Work; Scholars Without Borders

❖ Jeffrey Schwartz: Defense Attorney

Let's Talk About the Middle East - Capernaum

For the next film in this semester's Let's Talk About the Middle East film and discussion series, HSU History professor Dr. Leena Dallasheh will be hosting a screening of Capernaum (2018).

A 12-year-old boy living in Beirut runs away from his neglectful family, commits a violent crime, and is consequently sentenced to years in jail. He chooses to sues his parents for the tumultuous life that he has had to endure. His story is telling of the traumatic experience of many immigrants and refugees living in political turmoil in the Middle East.

Let's Talk About the Middle East - Capernaum

For the next film in this semester's Let's Talk About the Middle East film and discussion series, HSU History professor Dr. Leena Dallasheh will be hosting a screening of Capernaum (2018).

A 12-year-old boy living in Beirut runs away from his neglectful family, commits a violent crime, and is consequently sentenced to years in jail. He chooses to sues his parents for the tumultuous life that he has had to endure. His story is telling of the traumatic experience of many immigrants and refugees living in political turmoil in the Middle East.

Staff Council Meeting - Wed., Sept. 18, 2019

Staff Council is having its second meeting of the 2019/20 academic year! Please join us on Wednesday, September 18, 2019, in the Library Fishbowl from 10am - 11:30am.

Hiring a Diverse Faculty Webinar Series

All faculty, staff and administrators who are serving or will serve on hiring committees are welcome to attend or login. For more information contact: ODEI # 4503

This webinar series will be distributed among 4 modules that will take place over the course of 4 different days. Each module is specific to a certain topic pertaining to hiring. Each module can be streamed through ODEI's website. On the website will be a link that anyone can click on to stream the webinar. If you can, however, have time to stop by in person, it will be in Goodwin Forum from 9 - 11 AM.

2020 CSU Student Research Competition

The Office of Research & Sponsored Programs is pleased to announce the 2020 CSU Student Research Competition. Students must submit a written summary of their research or creative presentations to the Office of Research by Friday, January 31, 2020.

Learning Site Agreement (LSA) Status List – 9/9/19

Attached is the Learning Site Agreement Status List, current to to 9/9/19, which lists agencies that are approved learning sites (and those in process for approval or renewal) for students from Service Learning and Academic Internship courses. This list is for faculty use (it is not designed to be distributed to students, due to vetting needed by faculty). Students can now check the HS4U (S4) database for currently approved Learning Sites.

Service to Community - Making Connections through OLLI at HSU in 2020

Have you ever considered offering a class for the community through OLLI? Teaching for OLLI offers the opportunity to share your expertise and make direct connections with learners beyond the HSU campus. OLLI at HSU is a vibrant lifelong learning community with over 1300 members in our region. During the winter term, OLLI classes meet one time for 2 ½ hours or a full day from 10:30-4:30 for classroom instruction and activities without assessment or homework. Through the years I've found most faculty have a "favorite lecture" or block of instruction.