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Week of: Feb 07, 2016

Shannon Berge Academic & Career Advising Center

It is our pleasure to announce two new staff members of the Academic and Career Advising Center team.

Kristina Hunt is the new Career Advisor for the College of Natural Resource and Sciences.
Kristina brings 10 years of Human Resources experience to the Career Advisor position in the Academic & Career Advising Center. She discovered her talent for building relationships with young adults, inspiring them to reach their full potential through her time as a counselor (6 years) and coach (8 years).  As a counselor, she worked to cultivate an appreciation for the outdoors among youth of all ages by leading them through week-long outdoor experiences in the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range. Kristina is an alumnus of Humboldt State University, earning a B.A. in Liberal Studies Elementary Education with an emphasis in Teaching English as a Second Language. She earned all-academic honors during her participation on the intercollegiate volleyball team. Kristina likes spending time with her family, hiking, playing volleyball and relaxing at the family ranch. She enjoys learning about all the pieces that come together to make a ranch successful, including the care of large animals and the role timber management, environmental stewardship and watershed protection have in the ongoing sustainability of resources. Kristina’s office is in Gist Hall 125.

Sei Hee Hwang is the new Academic Advisor for student-athletes.
Sei Hee comes to us from State College, Pa., where she gained experience working with student athletes at Penn State University (PSU) as an academic adviser. She also was an academic adviser at Western Illinois University (WIU), working in the same capacity with student athletes. Born in South Korea and raised in Canada, Sei Hee graduated from the University of Louisiana at Monroe with a bachelor of arts in English and was a student-athlete on the volleyball team. After graduation, she coached at her alma mater before becoming an academic adviser at Western Illinois University (WIU). While at WIU, she completed her MBA in international finance and recently graduated with a Masters of Education in curriculum and supervision from PSU. You can usually catch Sei Hee on the golf course, on a hike or watching sports. She also enjoys coaching volleyball and has been a high school and club coach for five years.  Sei Hee’s office is in KA 210.

Art Student Eric Ruiz in News from Native California Art

The Winter 2015/16 edition of “News From Native California” includes an article about HSU Art student Eric Ruiz. Titled “Retelling Our Histories, Imprinting Our Futures,” the article features the Karuk artist and his work. More information about the magazine is available online at http://newsfromnativecalifornia.com/.

Eric’s art will be on exhibition in the Student Business Services Student Access Gallery from February 19 through March 11th.

Week of: Jan 24, 2016

Library Hosts Book of the Year Film Series University Library

The HSU Book of the Year Committee is pleased to announce the Book of the Year Film Series titled Klamath Film Fridays.

Three screenings will take place in the Library’s Fishbowl (Room 209) this semester, followed by a Q & A and a brief discussion about the cultural, environmental, and political impacts on the Klamath River. 

This film series ties in with “Through the Eyes of Native Tribes: Stories of the Klamath River” on display in HSU’s Goudi’ni Gallery (January 28 through February 20).  This series is hosted by HSU Library, the Klamath Connection, and the Native American Studies Department.

On February 5, “Battle for the Klamath” will be screened.  This 2006 documentary focuses on the intense battle over fish, water and conflicting ways of life, between upstream farmers on one side and downstream Native American tribes, commercial fisherman and environmentalists on the other.  Prof. Marlon Sherman from Native American Studies will facilitate the discussion afterward.

On March 25, “A River Between Us” will be screened. Balancing the sheer beauty of the river’s surface with its underlying ills of injustice and inequality, the film focuses on the personal stories of a group of individuals who finally chose to put the past behind then and came together to create a historic water rights compromise for the good of all. Q & A and a discussion to follow in the evening.
6 – 8 pm, Native Forum
Q & A and a discussion with Craig Tucker, Natural Resources Policy Advocate for the Karuk Tribe and Frankie Meyers, Yurok tribal member, and Klamath Justice Coalition.

On April 29, “Return of the River” will be screened. This film is about the Elwha River in Washington State. This film captures the tenacity of individuals who would not give up on a river, mirroring the tenacity of salmon headed upstream to spawn. Kerri Malloy from Native American Studies will facilitate the discussion afterward.

More info online at the University Library website.

Week of: Jan 10, 2016

Torie L. Mather Business

The Humboldt Business Confidence Report has been updated based on feedback from the Community, please see link below. http://www2.humboldt.edu/business/about/news/updated-humboldt-business-confidence-report-2015

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