1) 2012 Social Justice Summit March 2 & 3
2) CALL FOR WORKSHOP PROPOSALS
3) Faculty MidSemester Evaluations
4) Library: ProQuest/CSA Illumina platform
5) FERP Deadline 2/17 for AY 2012/13
6) TFD Presents “Venus” By Suzan-Lori Parks
7) Whistling Vivaldi Reading Group
8) Outstanding Student Awards
9) Local planning for a low-carbon future
10) Windows Cafe
11) INTERNATIONAL CULTURAL FESTIVAL 2012
12) Prevent Stormwater Pollution
13) Workplace Bullying
14) Tune in at Noon: Armchair Traveler
15) Asbestos Awareness
16) Time Management
17) University Etiquette: Emails Skills
18) Open Lab-Software Topics
19) TIAA-CREF 403(b) Rep on Campus in Feb.
20) Green Workplace Assessments (GWA)‘s
21) Watercolor Series
22) Music Department Presents…
23) Spring Clubs Fair 2012
24) Visit the Biology Greenhouse. . .
25) BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES SEMINAR SERIES
26) Diversity Reading Group—Heterophobia &
27) We Want You: An Introduction to Improv
28) High Surf Sneaker Wave Awareness
29) Graduation Planning Workshops
30) FREE LASER JET PRINT CARTRIDGES
31) Totally Unprepared – Get Ready Quick
32) Free Lecture & Small Reception
33) RECYCLEMANIA Starts February 5th!
34) Geology Colloquium
35) LOW COST COUNSELING
36) 2012 Panetta Congressional Internship
37) Academic Research Program Info Hour
38) Graduate Record Exam (GRE)Prep Class
39) “Is Everybody Stupid.(?)” one man show
40) National Student Exchange Info Meeting
41) Permaculture in the Klamath Knot
42) University Senate Meeting-Tues., Feb.7
43) ITS Support Request form
44) DEADLINE to apply to Master’s Program
“Give our DREAM a Chance” keynotes are Roberto
Lovato (Latino commentator) Dreamers Adrift (Un-
documented artists), & the screening of “Papers”
“Give our DREAM a Chance” The summit team is
looking for dynamic workshops that focus on
immigration & inter-sectionality of oppression.
Do you have questions about the atmosphere,
teaching techniques or student reactions in your
class? Request a MidSemester eval and get answers.
The Library�s ProQuest and CSA Illumina databases
move to a new ProQuest platform at end of February
More information available at the link below.
The deadline to request participation in FERP for
AY 12/13 is Feb 17, 2012. APS Form 900 must be
signed by Dept Chair and submitted to Dean by 2/17
Academic Personnel Services
1st African American woman to receive the Pulitzer
Prize in Drama. Visit http://www.suzanloriparks.com. Show
dates Feb 8-11
7:30 Feb 12 2pm in Gist Theatre
Theatre, Film & Dance
Learn how stereotypes impact our identities and
daily life. Free book, 4 Friday lunch meetings.
Author Claude Steel is speaking @ HSU in May.
Office of Diversity & Inclusion
Nominations for Outstanding Student Awards are
now being accepted online at the HSU forms page.
Deadline: Friday, February 24, 2012 at midnight!
Office of the Vice President, Student Affairs
Schaub Memorial Lecture: A panel discussion on how
local governments are planning for climate change
and energy scarcity. Feb. 8, 5:30pm, BSS 162
To Go Orders available 826-3836 during open hours
Open Mon – Friday 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM
View Windows Cafe weekly specials online
HSU Dining Services
Represent your country/culture! Perform and/or
display items in University Center, Sat. Feb. 25.
Apply soon! Contact Zsofia,
Gain an understanding of how stormwater pollution
is created, it’s impacts & how it can be prevented
or reduced. 2/16, 4-5pm, SH 116.
Join us in a workshop examining workplace bullying
and its effect on individuals, co-workers, and the
organization. Offered 2/17, 1-2:30pm, Goodwin.
Introducing a new series focused on learning about
travel experiences of our own HSU community. Come
learn about Costa Rica on 2/7! 12-1pm, Goodwin.
Learn when asbestos is safe and when it isn’t as
asbestos may be located in many campus buildings.
Satisfies OSHA training regs. 2/16, 2-3pm, FH 125.
Come learn details that will help you prioritize
and strategize to get things done more efficiently
Join us on February 10, 2-3pm, NHE 106.
This workshop will cover professionalism in the
workplace regarding email. Join us February 15th
from 2-3pm in NHE 113. Register at:
This open lab session is an opportunity to have
your software questions answered. Various topics &
dates. First is 2/20. Read description & register:
Linda Zboril, TIAA-CREF 403(b) rep, will be
on campus to meet with state employees in Feb.
See link to schedule individual meeting.
Cindy Darnall Stevens
Be rewarded for your sustainability efforts in the
workplace! Get your office certified through our
GWAC program. Contact us to find out how!
Clubs & Activities
Our watercolor series is starting on Feb. 2!
Sign up for all 3 classes and save, sign up with a
friends and save even more!
Front Desk Staff
2pm Honors Recital
5pm Piano Studio Recital
In Fulkerson Recital Hall – Free
Whether you are a continuing student or new to HSU
Spring Clubs Fair is a great way to get involed!!
Come join us Wed. Feb 8th 10-2pm on UC Quad!!
Clubs & Activities Office
Come see the nice selection of plants in the
Biological Greenhouse. Donations gladly accepted!
Open weekdays 9am-12Noon & 1-4pm
Dr. Claudia Petritsch, UCSF, �Asymmetry-
defective progenitor cells as origin of gliomas.�
Friday, Feb. 3 at 4pm, Sci B 135.
Heterosexism on College Campuses. Explore how to
make HSU more welcoming to GLBTI individuals.
See the training website for more info & dates.
Join the Unscripted Sutras for a low-pressure,
high-fun chance to learn an awesome skill!
Saturday, Feb. 11, 12-3 p.m., Theatre Arts Rm. 17
Unscripted Sutras Improv Club
High surf increases threats of sneaker waves that
can surprise people on the beach-stay further away
and never turn your back on the ocean.
UPD Emergency Management
Get Your Grad On! Great for seniors!
Founders Hall 125
4:00, 2/16 5:00, 2/21
4:00, 2/29 6:00
Advising Center/Office of the Registrar
Works for HP Laser Jet 2550, 2820 and 2840
Black, Blue and Yellow
Contact Morgan at x5889 to schedule a pick up.
Totally Unprepared has compiled a helpful set of
how-tos that will send you on your way to
earthquake readiness. Click on the link below:
EOC Emergency Management
Professor Leslie VanderMolen �Nurture Your Nature”
Excellence in Teaching Award – Lecturer
02/08/12 Van Duzer Theatre 5:00pm
Taylor Marie Baker
Help HSU win this national recycling competition
by using the recycling, compost and e-waste
collection bins on campus. Follow us on facebook.
“What’s up with the locked Southern Cascadia
Subduction Zone?” Bob McPherson, HSU & CR
February 13, Founders Hall, Room 25, 5:00 PM
HSU’s Community Counseling Clinic offers counsel-
ing for families, couples, & individuals
Open T & Th 1-5, W 1-7pm Call for an appt 826-3921
Fall semester internship available to one
outstanding student. Paid expenses and stipend.
Open to all majors. Application deadline Feb. 17.
Juniors and Seniors! Learn about Psychology’s
MA options in Academic Research. Wed. Feb 8
at 4pm in BSS 420. Food and drinks provided.
Graduate Record Exam (GRE) Prep Class at HSU
Sat. Feb.11-March 3, 9-5. $395 includes materials
Office of Extended Education
On Fri, Feb 3rd 7:30pm @ the KBR, artist/activist
Ise Lyfe will perform his multimedia, interactive
presentation as part of Black History Month. FREE
Study in a new region of the US; or Canada, Guam,
US Virgin Islands or Puerto Rico next year!
Meetings: NHE 116 Tues. 10am; or SBS 405 Wed 5pm
Mark DuPont from Sandy Bar Ranch will discuss how
we can use Permaculture to transition from oil
dependency to self reliance. Thu 2/9 6-8pm @ CCAT
Campus Center for Appropriate Technology
Members of the campus community are invited to
attend Senate meetings. Next mtg: 2/7/12, 4-6 pm,
Goodwin Forum. The agenda is available at:
University Senate Office
We have a simplified form to report a problem or
request tech assistance. It’s here:
Information Technology Services
Apply by February 15 for Fall 2012 start date.
Combined Admin Cred/Master�s degree programs.
Evening courses, some online, one-to-one support.
School of Education