Sustainable Futures: "Ecovillages"

Lecture Feb. 24: “Ecovillages: Integrating Ecology, Economy, Community and Consciousness.”

Humboldt Loyalty Grants -- Request for Proposals

Humboldt Loyalty grants support a variety of campus projects each year, thanks to the generosity of thousands of donors to the Humboldt Loyalty Fund and the Humboldt Parent & Family Fund.

You're Invited! Diversity Focus Groups for Staff & Faculty

The Office of Diversity and Inclusion conducts an annual series of Diversity Focus Groups designed to gather qualitative feedback from HSU community members on issues surrounding diversity and inclusion on our campus. Spring 2014 groups will solicit input on these issues from HSU staff, faculty and administrators

We will be hosting twelve informal focus group discussions in February and March for:

Reschedule: Speaker Series: Denise Burchsted, Thursday April 3, 5:30pm

Dear Colleagues and Friends,


Unfortunately, Dr. Denise Burchsted’s Sustainable Futures presentation this Thursday has been cancelled due to a non-life threatening accident.  She will be on campus on Thursday, April 3, for a 5:30 talk in SciB 135.


Apologies for the inconvenience this causes.  Thank you for your understanding.




All Colleges Social Mixer-Thursday, Feb 13 from 5:00-7:00

Come to Robert Goodman Winery Tasting Room on Thursday, February 13 to socialize with your colleagues, have a drink, and have some hors d'oeuvres.


The Robert Goodman Wine Tasting Room is on 10th St between I & J Streets, a couple of blocks off the Arcata Plaza.

CAHSS Friday Announcements for February 7, 2014

Our first after-work social is Thursday, February 13 at 5ish, tentatively scheduled at Robert Goodman Wine Tasting Room. We hope you can make it!


Panetta Internship Opportunity for HSU Students - Deadline Feb. 17

The Panetta Intern Program is an opportunity for CSU juniors and seniors to spend the fall semester as an intern to a California member of the U.S. House of Representatives in Washington D.C. with all expenses paid and a chance to earn academic credits. One student is chosen from each campus and they spend two weeks training at the Panetta Institute and 11 weeks in D.C. 


Open Forums for CPS Associate Dean Candidates

The College of Professional Studies will be bringing three candidates to campus to interview for the position of Associate Dean.

There will be an open forum for each candidate and we would very much like to get your thoughts on the individual candidates if possible.

The open forums are as follows:

Dr. Lisa Huffman, NHE 106 2-3 pm Friday February 7th

Dr. Mary Glenn, Library 209 (Fishbowl) 10:45-11:45 am, February 11th

Dr. Kent Becker, NHE 106 2-3 pm Wednesday February 12th

Learning Site Agreement (LSA) Status List – 2/4/14

Attached is the Learning Site Agreement Status List, current to to 2/4/14, which lists agencies that are approved learning sites for students from Service Learning and Academic Internship courses. This list is for faculty use (it's not designed to be distributed to students).

New Associate Dean for Student Rights & Responsibilities

I am pleased to announce that our new Associate Dean for Student Rights & Responsibilities, Ben Witt, joined our campus community on December 16, 2013. Ben came to HSU from Purdue University, where he served as a Student Affairs Specialist/Title IX Investigator in the Office of Student Rights & Responsibilities. Prior to that, he was the Coordinator of Student Conduct at Central Michigan University.   In addition to his contributions to Student Affairs, he brings expertise in the areas of crisis intervention and threat assessment.