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Meet the FYE & Student Success Librarian Candidates

The HSU Library is pleased to invite you to meet each of the three candidates for the First-Year Experience & Student Success Librarian position. Each candidate will be presenting a teaching demonstration in the Library and you are invited to attend and provide feedback.

Candidates have been asked to provide an open forum teaching demonstration followed by a Q&A session.

 

McCrone Award-Winning Faculty, Student Honored for Research Excellence

Professor Kerry Byrne, Professor John Steele, Professor Lucy Kerhoulas, and graduate student Christopher Ramponi will be recognized...

HSU Professional Development Newsletter - March 2019

This month inside HSU Professional Development Newsletter

  • Employee Appreciation Day - We could not serve our function without all of the people who choose to spend their time and effort making Humboldt State an enjoyable place to learn, grow, and work. 
  • Featured Tech Course - Drupal 8 First Look.
  • Featured Soft Skills Course - Being a Fair and Caring Manager.
  • CSU's Got Talent -

Meet the CAHSS Librarian Candidates

The HSU Library is pleased to invite you to meet each of the five candidates for the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences Librarian position. Each candidate will be presenting a teaching demonstration in the Library and you are invited to attend and provide feedback.

Candidates have been asked to provide an open forum teaching demonstration followed by a Q&A session.

Teaching Excellence is Happening HERE! Share your Stories at the Teaching Excellence Symposium!

What inspiring things do you do as an educator that no one else knows about? The Teaching Excellence Symposium (March 29th) is an opportunity to share your stories of teaching excellence, inspiration, innovation, and impact.

SUBMIT PROPOSAL HERE - DEADLINE: MARCH 8TH

Symposium and Proposal Formats  

CSU's Got Talent Webcast - The Meetings That Make or Break an Organization

"What High-Performance Teams Know: The Meetings That Make or Break an Organization", February 27 from 10:00 - 11:00 AM PT

Businesses run on meetings. They are the focal point of a team's energy and a primary driver of progress. That's why unproductive and unsuccessful meetings can sap the energy from a workplace and cause problems across the business.

Meet the CPS Librarian Candidates

Update: On-Campus Candidates

--Please note that candidate Robert Shapiro has withdrawn his application and will not be on campus on February 28th.--

The HSU Library is pleased to invite you to meet the final candidate for the College of Professional Studies Librarian, Leah Gazan. She will be presenting a teaching demonstration in the Library and you are invited to attend and provide feedback.

Physics presents: Illuminating the nature of dark matter with magnetic resonance experiments

March 11th @ 4PM in Science A Rm. 475

HSU PHYSICS & ASTRONOMY PRESENTS
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ILLUMINATING THE NATURE OF DARK MATTER WITH MAGNETIC RESONANCE EXPERIMENTS WITH PROF. DEREK F. JACKSON KIMBALL, CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY - EAST BAY

Book Talk by Tom Gage - February 27 at 4pm

Capt. Bill Jones & Steinbeck's East of Eden: Palimpsests of Two Pillars of the Salinas Valley

Please join Humboldt State University Library's celebration of author John Steinbeck's birthday by hearing a presentation by Tom Gage on Wednesday, February 27th from 4-5 pm in the Library Fishbowl.

Eleven years before the opening of Humboldt Normal School, John Steinbeck, California's only Nobel Laureate in Literature, was born in Salinas, which Steinbeck would immortalize in. Author of novels such as East of Eden, drama, poetry, short stories, as well as essays on ecology, like the Sea of Cortez. Steinbeck's screen play Viva Zapata was nominated for an Oscar in 1952. Tom Gage's presentation explains the connections between John Steinbeck and Captain Bill Jones, and Gage's family who lived in the Salinas Valley during World War I.  

Author Tom Gage, researching his HSU Press publication for American Prometheus, discovered a kinship with America's Nobel Laureate John Steinbeck. Steinbeck linked episodes of two patriarchies, across generations, to plot East of Eden, some of which are from Gage's story.

Meet the CPS Librarian Candidates

The HSU Library is pleased to invite you to meet each of the four candidates for the College of Professional Studies Librarian. Each candidate will be presenting a teaching demonstration in the Library and you are invited to attend and provide feedback.

 

Candidates have been asked to provide an open forum teaching demonstration followed by a Q&A session.