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HSU Professional Development Newsletter - May 2019

This month inside HSU Professional Development Newsletter

  • New Beginnings - It's May! The sun and flowers have come out and soon another cohort of students will walk across the stage and onwards to new and exciting things. It's hard to not join in the feeling of accomplishment and new beginnings as the academic year draws to a close.

Join us for HSU's 2019 ideaFest!

More than 400 Students, Faculty, & Staff from HSU will showcase research, live performances, digital projects, and more...

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

CSU's Got Talent Webcast Training - Great Grammar in 60 Minutes - 4/23/19 @ 10AM

"Great Grammar in 60 Minutes", April 23 from 10:00 - 11:00 AM PT

Don't let grammar goofs and mechanical missteps undercut your professionalism.  In this program, Nancy Flynn will review "grown-up" grammar rules for CSU professionals.  We'll cover punctuation, capitalization, and evolving grammar guidelines including gender-neutral and preferred pronouns.  You'll learn to write correctly - and more quickly.  If you haven't had a recent review, Great Grammar in 60 Minutes is for you.

Join in on April 23 here:

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.

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.

Two Long Time SFS Employees to Retire

The Staff in Student Financial Services would like to congratulate the retirement of two long time SFS employees of Humboldt State. Glenda Rotherham has been with HSU for 37 years and Debbie Snead for 33 years. Both employees have worked their entire HSU career in Student Financial Services, starting back in the days when the Cashier's Office was located in the Annex Building. It will be a huge loss to the department and the campus.  We wish them all the best in their new adventures.

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.