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Week of: Sep 30, 2018

Rae Robison Theatre, Film & Dance

Jay Duckworth – Properties Master from The Public Theatre in New York City, will appear at Humboldt State University as a guest of the Department of Theatre, Film, & Dance. Jay will host a workshop at 1pm in Gist Hall Theatre on October 13, 2018 entitled “Blood, Guts & Props…a Tale as Old as Time” – warning: you may get a little messy! Seating is limited and preferential seating goes to current HSU students with a valid ID, followed by students from local area high schools and College of the Redwoods, then followed by interested community members. This is a unique treat for a master class by a master “proptologist” working on Broadway.

Jay boasts over 20 years’ experience in LORT & Off-Broadways theatre, independent films, TV, music videos and over 65 off Broadway shows credit his name as a Props Master and Props Designer. The roll call of shows for which he has created original work start in Classic Greek Theater, re-imagined Shakespeare plays, as well as being part of the artistic team that created musicals including Hamilton, Fun Home, Bloody, Bloody Andrew Jackson and the highly controversial Julius Caesar at Shakespeare in the Park 2017, at his decade residency at The Public Theater. As well as being a writer for Stage Directions Magazine, he teaches Properties and the Philosophy of Aesthetics at Pace University. He has been the Keynote Speaker for The Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival and the United States Institute of Theater Technology, curating USITT’s very first Prop Lab in 2018.
Please email to sign up for the FREE event.

Week of: Sep 23, 2018

Electrifying Transportation at HSU Schatz Energy Research Center

HSU’s first electric vehicle station has already provided 60 “charge ups” in the month since fall semester began. Vehicles charged for an average of 2 hours, obtaining an average of 8 kWh of energy, up to a maximum of 31 kWh — and there were 16 times where the primary EV and the ADA parking spot were charging simultaneously.

Since the EV station was installed in early May, it has provided 126 charge ups, that powered 3,600 miles of travel, and avoided the combustion of 117 gallons of gasoline and the emission of 800 kg of CO2e.*

On October 11 at 5:30 pm in Siemens Hall 108, the Sustainable Futures Speaker Series will host a panel discussion on “Achieving 5 million zero-emission vehicles in California by 2030.” Experts from local planning, state regulation, mass transit, and advanced fuel infrastructure development will share strategies for achieving a zero-emission vehicle rollout on the north coast.

HSU’s EV charging station is located to the south of the Schatz Energy Research Center (across from the BSS building on the south side of campus). This station can provide charging for either of two adjacent parking spaces. One parking space is EV-only; parking here is limited to four hours, and the vehicle must be charging while parked. The second space is ADA parking (EV not required). HSU parking permits are required for both spaces.

http://www.schatzlab.org/news/2018/09/electrifying-transportation-at-hsu/

Alison Holmes International Studies

Associate Professor Alison Holmes (while in the area for an academic conference) hosted an International Studies alumni event at the Spare Tire pub in Los Angeles. Turn out was small, but great to meet one of the first ever INTL graduates - Alexis Gach - class of 2002!

Rachael Heller Anthropology

Announcing the first annual Anthropology Fall Social! October 2nd, 5-6:30PM in the BSS Lobby. Come enjoy free food, get to know your professors and fellow students, and explore the labs in a scavenger hunt! All students are welcome!

Week of: Sep 16, 2018

INRSEP/CNRS Scientific Research Symposium INRSEP/CNRS

Please join us for next week’s INRSEP/CNRS Undergraduate Scientific Research Symposium on 9/28, 12-4PM, HSU Library-2nd Floor. Open to all!

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