1) LGBT SAFE SPACE TRAINING
2) TEACHING TIP – Academic Integrity
3) Moraga: Environmental & Social Justice
4) URM in the Biological Sciences
5) Sustainable Futures Speaker Series
6) Greenhouse Plant Sale continues. . .
7) Founders Research Colloquium speaker
8) BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES SEMINAR Series
9) Summer Art Program in Afissos, Greece
10) HSU Appropriate Tech & Spanish Summer
11) It’s still flu season …
12) Tim’m West : Eric Rofes Speaker Series
13) Course Transformation Project (CTP)
14) Int’l Latino Film Seminar: March 1, 2, 3
15) 7 Principles of Fantastic Online Courses
16) Help Choose the Book of the Year
17) Outstanding Student Awards Deadline!
18) IMPORTANT NEW HR PROCESS
19) CAHSS Dean Candidates on Campus
20) CAHSS Dean Candidates on Campus
21) Interested in meditation? One Breath Grp
22) Sophos Anti-Virus: New Version Available
23) Video Tutorials posted for Google Apps!
24) Moodle Video Tutorials for Faculty!
25) Free Movie Screening of TRASHED
26) Help HSU beat Chico! Recycle and Compost
27) STAFF POTLUCK!!
28) What’s Good in the Hood: Margaret Beale
29) Updated FAQ’s In Moodle
30) Dr. Margaret B. Spencer-faculty & staff
31) Dial 0 for Operator
32) EXTENDED FREE WRITING CENTER HOURS NOW!
33) Music Dept. Faculty Artist Recital
34) NEW! Voluntary Benefits Fair in March
35) NEW VEHICLE REQUEST FORMS
36) Student Sustainability Project Grant $$
37) Music Department Presents…
38) Disability Awareness Book Group
39) WANT EMERGENCY TEXT MESSAGES?
40) Ether Claims Institute Proposals!
41) EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS TIP
Come and learn what it means to be an ally
and have a safe space for the LGBT community.
March 23rd, 5pm-7pm at KBR
LGBT SAFE SPACE TRAINING
Clearly defining expectations, using monitoring
systems and constructing honor codes are several
ways to encourage academic honesty.
and the Arts. A free public talk on Thurs, Mar 3
4:30-6:30 in KBR by poet/playwright/activist
educator Cherr�e Moraga.
Col of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
The URM Program provides financial support for
students planning to attend grad school in any
area of biological sciences. Deadline: 3/4/2011
“Leadership Patterns in Environmental & Public
Policy Dispute Resolution 1970-2010-2050:
Reflections & Explorations” Mar 2, 5:30pm, BSS 166
Environment & Community Graduate Program
Add some color to your life! Visit the Greenhouse
and purchase one of many great plants for the home
and garden! Hours variable, call 826-3678 for info
“Climate Change, Forests & Disturbance Ecology:
Spruce Beetle Outbreaks in Alaska & the Western
US.” Talk by Rosemary Sherriff, Mar 4, 4pm, FH 163
Nathan Muchhala, University of Nebraska � Lincoln:
Bats, birds & Burmeistera: specialized pollination
systems in the Neotropics. 4:00 p.m. FH 118
Program runs June 1-July 9. Earn 11 units of upper
division credit in painting, drawing & art history
Application deadline March 4th.
Teresa Stanley, Chair
Immersion Progam in Chiapas, Mexico (tentative
dates May 30-July 8). 2nd meeting Fri., Feb. 25,
5-6PM in JH 214. Open to anyone interested.
Environmental Resource Engineering
..and we’re running low on vaccine. Get your free
flu shot at the health center during immunization
hours (M-F 9-11, 1-3) before it’s gone!
Student Health Center
“Confronting Bullying, Creating Community”
FREE and Open to the Public
March 7th, 5:00-8:00pm Kate Buchanan Room, HSU
School of Education
The CTP offers assistance to faculty to shift most
or all of a face-to-face course to an online or
blended (�hybrid�) offering. Download RFP here:
Three films from Ecuador, in Spanish with English
subtitles. At the Minor Theatre, 6:00 p.m. Open
to all: tickets $6 at the door if not enrolled.
Kenna Kay Hyatt
World Languages and Cultures
Come learn what successful online/hybrid courses
have in common and take away new strategies for
your own success.
College of Professional Studies
Help us choose the 2011/12 Book of the Year!
Survey closes 2/28 and we will announce the
decision before Spring Break.
The deadline to nominate an outstanding student is
just 2 weeks away! Submit photo, resume & letter
of support online.
Office of the Vice President, Student Affairs
Any corrections made on an EAR or SPAR form must
be initialed by the employee. Please contact HR with any questions. Ext. 3626 Thank you!
Open Forum with the 1st candidate for the CAHSS
Dean position. Dr. Edward Pease, Utah State Univ
Wed. Mar. 2, 9-10 CCR. Open to all.
Support Staff for CAHSS Search
Open Forum with the 2nd candidate for the CAHSS
Dean position. Dr. Kenneth Ayoob, Humboldt State.
Friday, Mar. 4, 9-10 a.m., CCR
CAHSS Support Staff for Search
Grp. For students, staff, faculty & administrators
Regain your balance & take things one breath
at a time� Weds. 5-6 p.m. in NHE 113
Counseling & Psych. Svs.
Sophos is available to all current students, staff
& faculty for home use. Support for Sophos 7 (for
Windows) ends March 31. Download a new version at:
Information Technology Services
Need help navigating the new features of our mail
system? ITS has created a seven-part tutorial to
walk you through get Google Apps. Watch at:
Information Technology Services
ITS is pleased to present a seven-part “Intro to
Moodle” series in both YouTube HD & video podcast
formats. Advanced Moodle Usage videos coming soon.
Information Technology Services
Come discover the facts behind waste in America!
Free movie screening & more info about volunteer
opportunities. Wed. Mar. 2, 5-7 pm in Sci B 135
WRRAP Volunteer Meeting & Movie Screening
Recyclemania is in it’s 4th week and we need to
step it up if we want to beat Chico. Do your part
to reduce waste- Don’t forget to recycle & compost
Divert your waste! Recycle and compost.
March 9th; 12:00-1:30 in Goodwin Forum. Presented
by Staff Council. Drawings, prizes, fun.
Please Join Us. Save the Date; more info at…
Spencer, Univ of Chicago, expert in ethnic ident
development, Thurs, March 3 , 5:30-6:30 BSS 162
Native American Forum-Refreshments following
Edited for correctness and clarity, the new FAQ’s
are up. See if the answer to your problem is
there, or send it in to be solved!
training: Connecting with Diverse Students and
Making Excellence Inclusive, Fri, Mar 4, 2:30 to
4:30 pm Goodwin Forum. All Welcome
Dial 826-3011 (or “0” from a campus phone) for
Operator assistance. Use 5000 for
Telecommunications & Nework Service issues.
Telecommunications and Network Services
Take advantage of our free, friendly, professional
help—any writing task/any discipline.Sign-up for
app’t or drop in MTWR 10-5 & 6-8 and F 10-2 Lib 32
Cindy Moyer, violin, John Chernoff, piano, playing
Beethoven, Brahms, Marinu & premiering a new
work by Pulitzer/Grammy winner, Sun. 2/27-2pm, FRH
A Voluntary Benefits Fair has been scheduled on
Fri, Mar 11, 10:00 – 2:00, Green & Gold Room, FH
to provide info on new benefit offerings.
Cindy Darnall Stevens
Please get rid of old versions of the Vehicle
Reqest Form. We now have a new form for rental
vehcile requests and pool vehicle requests.
Student and student groups are asked to submit
proposals for up to $1000 that will lead to
utility/operational savings. Contact TC for info.
Sustainability – Plant Operations
Saturday 2/26 – 8 pm – HSU Symphonic Band &
HSU Jazz Orchestra, in Fulkerson Recital Hall
Tkts: Adult $7, Child/Sen $3, HSU Stu free w/ ID
Nancy Resnick and Jayne McGuire lead a discussion
of Moving Violations, by John Hockenberry.
Free book. 3/2, HGH 217, noon-1pm.
We will be testing our campuswide emergency
alert notification system on March 23rd. Register
your cell phones for Emergency Text Messages
eMail snafu last week! If you submitted a proposal
for the Institute for Student Success but didn’t
receive confirmation, please re-submit now!
Joan Van Duzer
Institute for Student Success
Visit HSU’s Emergency Management Program on
on the web to learn more about on and off campus
emergency preparedness. Click below link for flyer