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Service to Community - Making Connections through OLLI at HSU in 2019

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. OLLI classes vary in length and presentation but usually consist of 4 to 12 hours of instruction without assessment or homework. Through the years I've found most faculty have a "favorite six hours" block of instruction. Those pockets of inspiration and passion make a perfect OLLI class!  

Learn the Art of Winemaking this Saturday, April 27!

Join us this Saturday for the class, Art of Winemaking, to develop your understanding of the basic craft of smaller-scale winemaking; explore methods of producing wines of balance and complexity, and gain hands-on experience in a commercial winery. This is an intensive one-day course spent at a local winery learning in a hands-on environment with winemakers Wil Franklin and Pat Knittel. Lunch and a local wine tasting are included.

Call us today at 707-826-3731 to reserve your spot!

It is time to register for Summer Classes!

HSU Summer Session courses taken through the College of Extended Education & Global Engagement will count toward Undergraduate/Graduate units earned, grade point average and residence credit.

  • No out-of-state tuition

  • Take online courses for greater convenience

  • Graduate sooner

  • Enroll in high demand courses

  • Fulfill prerequisites and GE requirements

Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Newsletter

The Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion has instituted a new quarterly newsletter available on the ODEI website listed below.  The newsletter will feature new program offerings and updates on their work in progress. 

The newsletter will include articles on HSU community housing issues, student focused events and initiatives and HSU news releases featuring cultural events.  There will be updates from Equity Arcata, progress on the new HSU Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Council and on the TK-12 Diversity, Equity and Inclusion work in Humboldt and Del Norte County schools.  

Service to Community - Making Connections through OLLI at HSU in 2019

OLLI at HSU is collecting course proposals for Summer 2019 now through April 5th. 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.  

OLLI  members are aged 50 and better and bring a wide variety of experience and interest to every class. HSU faculty who have taught an OLLI class tend to return to teach for OLLI again. It is fun to have eager learners to recharge your favorite lessons.

From Vine to Table - Wine Studies Certificate Program

Do you love wine, but want to know more? Refine your wine tasting and explore the craft of winemaking in this unique 4-course series offered through Humboldt State University College of Extended Education. From Vine to Table is a wine studies certificate program consisting of four intensive seminars on winemaking, grape farming, palate development, and marketing. The program takes aspiring wine professionals from novice to in-the-know.

Four one-day courses, in-person with local experts. Courses include field trips, tastings, and lunches.

International Education Week

February 11-15, 2019, the College of Extended Education and Global Engagement will be hosting International Education Week.

Transform your Fundraising with New Designs for Fundraising Online Certificate Program

Transform fundraising efforts with the popular the popular New Designs for Fundraising online certificate program for small to midsize nonprofits. Take one or all four classes in the series.

Upcoming Class: Tools for Annual Giving

Learn key methods and programs for developing prospects and donors to sustain the annual operations of your nonprofit organization. You will be equipped to apply the development process to your organization.

presidential search 'Pre-forum'

The University Senate, HSU Library, and Associated Students are co-sponsoring a presidential search  ‘pre-forum’, on Thursday, January 31, 3-5pm in Library 301H (Humboldt Scholars Lab). The purpose of this pre-forum is for diverse members of the campus community to discuss the key qualities, skills, and experience that they think the next HSU president should have and the opportunities and challenges that leading HSU presents.

Extended Education: Intermediate Excel Course

Go beyond the basic tasks in spreadsheet software and explore powerful tools available to an intermediate user of Microsoft Excel, including conditional formatting, PivotTables, and advanced formulas and functions.

Participants will evaluate worksheet design; practice data manipulation options such as text to columns and remove duplicates; utilize Excel analysis tools such as Autofilter, sorting, filtering, and subtotals.

As time permits, we will also discuss formulas and functions such as If, Countlf, SumIf, Vlookup, what-if analysis, and data validation.