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HSU Professional Development Newsletter - August 2018

This month inside HSU Professional Development Newsletter: 

  • HRAPS Wishes Colleen Mullery the Best on Her Retirement - It is with diverging feelings of sadness and joy that we say goodbye to Colleen as she leaves us for the satisfying pace of retirement. For the past 13 years she has been the force that guided Faculty Affairs, and since 2013, the Human Resources department as well.

Join colleagues for Fall 2018 Professional Development Day: Building Equity Through Community

August 17, 2018 • noon-4:00 pm

This is an opportunity for faculty and staff to come together for professional development that inspires, builds community, and offers equitable and inclusive learning opportunities to integrate into practice in the coming year.  Enjoy a light lunch and live music by For Folk Sake!, a welcome session, and workshops. Then, join colleagues at the HSU Family Picnic from 4:00-6:00 pm

Please register in advance: http://pdday.humboldt.edu/welcome

Register for Fall Professional Development Day

Join colleagues for
Fall 2018 Professional Development Day: Building Equity Through Community
August 17, 2018 at noon!

HSU Professional Development Newsletter - July 2018

This month inside HSU Professional Development Newsletter: 

  • L4HSU - More than 300 staff, faculty, students, and community members attended our first three weeks of L4HSU events! As one of the participants said “Events like the Learning Lock-In enable folks from across the campus to come together and build community.” This is extremely important because it fosters an environment in which the entire campus can work towards supporting our students.

Learn about Communication and Build Community at L4HSU this Summer!

More than 150 staff, faculty, students, and community members attended our first week and a half of L4HSU events! As one of the participants said “Events like the Learning Lock-In enable folks from across the campus to come together and build community. This is extremely important because it fosters an environment in which the entire campus can work towards supporting our students.“ Take time to work on your personal and professional communication and build community by attending an L4HSU workshop that is coming up in June, including:

Invitation from ODEI to Open Forum on Monday, 6/18, with Dr. Reynoso, Diversity Specialist Candidate

We cordially invite you to attend an Open Forum on Monday, June 18th, from 2-3pm in the Library Fishbowl during which time Dr. Edelmira Reynoso, candidate for the Diversity Specialist position in the Office of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (ODEI), will present on the following topic:

Increasing Capacity of HSU Faculty, Staff, and Administrators to Proactively Address Issues of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion:  Strategies for Leading and Implementing Systemic Change

HSU PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT NEWSLETTER - JUNE 2018

This month inside HSU Professional Development Newsletter: 

  • L4HSU - Staff, faculty, students, administrators, and community members are invited to join the Library Lifelong Learning Lounge (L4HSU) professional development programs. This year we have over 60 programs in which you can be involved. 
  • Data Communication and Visualization - The final step in the data science pipeline is to communicate the results or findings.

Kick Off Summer Learning in the Library with L4HSU - Everyone’s Invited!

Join the campus community for the launch of summer programming at the L4HSU Lock-in on Thursday, June 7th in the Library Fishbowl from 9:45am-3pm. This will be a wonderful opportunity to learn more about the L4HSU workshops, with a focus on developing your skills and knowledge related to communication. Meet and connect with people in the campus community.  Enjoy snacks and a light lunch sponsored by HSU Dining Services, HSU Housing & Residence Life, and the HSU Library.

The College of Professional Studies Welcomes Gregg Gold as the New Associate Dean

Dear HSU Colleagues,

I am delighted to share with you all that Dr. Gregg Gold, Professor of Psychology, has agreed to serve as the next Associate Dean of the College of Professional Studies. Dr. Gold’s appointment begins May 31, 2018. Dr. Gold brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to the position.