1) Fire Extinguisher Training
2) Upcoming Fall Trainings
3) Tune in at Noon: Zumba
4) Access 2010 Fundamentals
5) U.S. Census Workshop Thursday 8/25
6) Bias Response Process Launched
7) Retention, Tenure & Promotion Workshop
8) David Hernandez & Street Sounds Perform
9) FIRST STREET GALLERY PRESENTS
10) Dial 0 for Operator
11) Fall 2011 ONCORES Readings
12) PART-TIME JOB FAIR THURSDAY
13) Peace Corps Information Night
14) Dept of Psych – LOW COST COUNSELING
15) Community Electronics Recycling Event
16) OnLine Defensive Driving Trng. Available
17) Workplace Answers
18) WELCOME HOME TO HUMBOLDT
19) New Google Calendar:Activities/Deadlines
20) TIME TO REACTIVATE YOUR CLUB
21) Join a Campus Committee
Intro to fire extinguisher use and fire prevention
August 25 at noon. Meet at Plant Operations
conference room, Call 5711 or email tfm7001
Environmental Health & Safety
In order to provide relevant & effective training
to campus, multiple workshops are being offered.
To view a list of Fall training areas, visit:
Would you like to party yourself into shape? This
class fuses Latin rhythms & easy-to-follow moves
into a zesty workout. 8/30, noon-1pm, Goodwin.
This 4-part series is for people new to Access or
who need a refresher. Learn to create databases,
reports, queries and more. To view details, visit:
RESCHEDULED for Thursday morning –
Learn how to extract info from the 2010 Census
on Thursday, Aug. 25 at 8:30am in Library 121.
Library, Information Services
A process for responding to incidents of bias and
hate now available to all HSU community members.
For more information, please visit:
Diversity & Inclusion
RTP Workshop, Friday, August 26th, 12:00-1:30 PM
Goodwin Forum – Refreshments Provided
Presenter Colleen Mullery, AVP for Faculty Affairs
Academic Personnel Services
Welcome mixer for the College of Professional
Studies, Fri, Aug 26th 4-6pm @ the MCC Parking Lot
Come hear the “Poet Laureate of Chicago”. FREE
THE HSU ART DEPARTMENT FACULTY & STAFF EXHIBITION
Aug. 23-Sept. 18. Tuesdays-Sundays – Noon – 5 p.m.
422 First Street (between E & F), Old Town, Eureka
HSU First Street Gallery
Dial 826-3011 (or �0� from a campus phone) for
Operator assistance. Use 5000 for
Telecommunications & Network Service issues.
Telecommunications & Network Services
Are you using ONCORES this semester?
Bring your readings in now or check
your current holdings here:
ONCORES / Library
Meet local & on-campus employers who have job
opportunities for students. Bring your resume &
dress to impress. TH, 8/25, 10am-2pm on the Quad.
Come meet the Regional Peace Corps Recruiter,
Jennifer Clowers & learn more about international
opportunities. TH, 8/25, 6:30pm, Siemens Hall 117
HSU’s Community Counseling Clinic offers counsel-
ing for families, children, couples, & individuals
Open T&Th 1-5, W 12-5. Call for an appt. 826-3921
Everyone is welcome to recycle their old
electronics at a FREE e-waste event on Saturday,
August 20, 9am-2pm @ McKinleyville Pierson Park
Anyone with an expired DD card needs to complete
the on-line training by Tues., Nov. 1 or they will
be out of compliance. Go to below website for info
If you receive email notification from Workplace
Answers regarding compliance training, please take
the time to complete the required training. Thank you.
Two weeks of extracurricular fun and activities!
Music on the Quad, Free BBQ’s, Part time jobs fair
and more. Chance to win a free iPAD!
Clubs and Activities
Allows you to view in monthly, weekly, or list
form. You can subscribe to the entire calendar or
copy events to your own Google account
Clint Rebik and Kate Nishi
All HSU Clubs and Organizations are required to
go through a reactivation process. Pick up your
packet at the Clubs and Activities Office.
Clubs and Activities
Students looking to become involved on campus
should consider joining a campus committee.
Handbook, Application and positions listed with AS