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Fisheries Biology Seminar: Nordic Aquafarms

Nordic Aquafarms - A future for land-based aquaculture in Humboldt County...

Final Exam Schedules in Faculty and Student Centers

In response to student, faculty, and staff requests, starting Fall 2019, personalized final exam schedules will be available in Faculty and Student Centers. Final exam days and times will be determined programmatically based on the Final Evaluations Week policy and Final Exam Schedule and will be available directly in respective Faculty and Student Centers, as well as Google calendars.

Sustainability Professionals and Faculty/Student Mixer

Please Save the Date:

 

Sustainability Professionals and Faculty/Student Mixer

Thursday, April 18, 4-5pm

HSU Goodwin Forum (Nelson Hall East room 102)

Refreshments provided

Open to students and faculty

 

12th Annual California Indian Big Time & Social Gathering

The community is invited to the 12th annual California Indian Big Time & Social Gathering, celebrating diverse California tribal cultures, on Saturday, April 6 from 11am - 6pm in HSU's West Gym.

There will be a variety of cultural presenters, an Indian Card Tournament, and vendors throughput the day from across the state, including HSU alumni. Together participants and guests will honor location of the HSU campus in the heart of Wiyot territory. It will provide an opportunity for community outreach, partnership with tribal nations, and embrace the diversity that tribal students, faculty, and staff bring to the university.

Computer Science Club Hackathon, open to all majors!

The Computer Science Club is hosting an event that you would benefit from and we wanted to share the details. The 2nd Annual LumberHacks Hackathon takes place over next weekend in the Library Fishbowl starting on Friday, April 12th at 5:30pm and concluding midday on Sunday. The Hackathon is a three-day project building competition in which competitors form teams and have the opportunity to express themselves through technology. Teams can build whatever they want over the course of a weekend competition.

HSU Professional Development Newsletter - April 2019

This month inside HSU Professional Development Newsletter

  • Staff Performance Evaluations - The current staff annual evaluation period is fast approaching. The current performance period ends on May 1, 2019.

CSU's Got Talent Webcast Training - Navigating the Multi-Generational Workplace

"Navigating the Multi-Generational Workplace", March 20 from 10:00 - 11:00 AM PT

For the first time in America's modern history, there are five generations interacting in the workplace. This diverse environment provides an exciting, but sometimes challenging opportunity to effectively communicate and engage employees' generational strengths. This interactive session will address the mainstream media myths of generational warfare in the workplace and provide insight about each generation's strengths, preferences, and communication styles.

Teaching Excellence Symposium

Inspiration, Innovation, & Impact

We cordially invite you to participate the Teaching Excellence Symposium to be held in the Great Hall on March 29, 2019.

Theme: Stories of Teaching Inspiration

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.