1) Brown Bag Lunch-CAHSS Dean & Assoc Dean
2) Humboldt Bay Brass Band◊Sat Nov 13th 8pm
3) INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION WEEK 11/15-11/19
4) PACK REDWOOD BOWL FOR FOOTBALL!
5) New season for Women’s Basketball!
6) Outstanding Professor 09/10 Jacob Varkey
7) Stay Healthy, Get Vaccinated!
8) Start getting ready for Google Apps!
9) E-Waste Drive: Saturday, December 4!
10) Sophos Anti-Virus: New Version Available
11) HSU Opera Workshop Presents…
12) Music Department Student Recitals
13) Soul Release
14) Soul Release – Nov 10th in the KBR!
15) Greenhouse Plant Sale continues. . .
16) BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES SEMINAR
17) MA Counseling Program Info Hour
18) Hello Wallet Free Webinar-11/17 @ 12 pm
19) Midterm meltdown? Want FREE stuff?
20) Sustainable growth in Humboldt County
21) $ ♥ $ ♥Diversity Program Funding ♥ $ ♥
Student Brown Bag Lunch w/ Arts, Humanities &
Soc Sci Dean & Assoc Dean on Mon, Nov 8, noon-1
in NHE 119. Drinks & Desserts Provided!
College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
30-piece brass (& percussion) band, in concert …
the most fantastic, bombastic concert this Fall!”
Vets Day theme -Fulkerson Recital Hall, $7/$3/free
Dept. of Music
This year’s International Education Week includes
keynote address by Harriet Fulbright, and many
events during 11/15-11/19. Save the dates!
Football’s tied for 1st in the GNAC at 7-2, and
plays a critical home game this Sat. @ 1pm vs. W.
Oregon. Let’s pack the Bowl again! GO JACKS!
Come see the new version! Playing for the first
time this season, W. Basketball takes on Simpson
in LJ Arena Sat. at 7 pm. Students free! Go Jacks!
Free Lecture, November 17th, 2010 5 p.m.
“…An analysis of putative paternal effect genes”
Van Duzer Theatre; Small reception to follow.
Current year flu vaccine available for $12 at SHC
weekdays 9-12 and 1-3. Especially important if
you have asthma or chronic illness.
Student Health Center
Starting January 2011, HSU will be migrating its
mail and calendering system to Google Apps!
Check out the FAQ at:
ITS Project Office
Information Technology Services
10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. Gist Hall Parking Lot
No hazardous waste, batteries or HSU Property IDs
HSU staff, faculty and students only. ID Required
ENVS 411 students in collaboration with the EH&S Department
Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S)
Sophos Anti-Virus is available to all current HSU
students, staff and faculty for personal home use.
New Windows and Mac installers available at:
Information Technology Services
“Opera Tales” – Fri. 11/5
8pm & Sat. 11/6 6pm
Come & join us in Fulkerson Recital Hall for
fun for the whole family!! More info. on website.
Fri., 11/5 – 4pm – Violin & Viola Studio Recital
Sun., 11/7 – 4pm – Trumpets & Horns Studio Recital
In Fulkerson Recital Hall – Admission is free
A free event for music, live art & movement Nov.10
3-8pm in the KBR. Featuring Children of the Sun,
Jerks Upstairs, Janky Mallets & Fresh Squeeze.
Clubs & Activities
Expressions will be hosting Soul Release,
a collaboration of local music, art, and dance
3-8PM. See posters on campus for more details!
CLUBS & ACTIVITIES
Drop by the HSU Greenhouse and check out the
nice selection of house plants still available for
purchase. Hours variable, call 826-3678 for info.
Dr. Jan Nolta, UC Davis, “The importance of a
teamwork in developing stem cell therapies.”
Friday, Nov 5th 4pm in SciB 135
We are now accepting applications for Fall 2011!
Please join us on Tuesday, November 16 from 4-5pm
in BSS 420 to learn more about our great program!
Hello Wallet is offering a free webinar to help
you navigate their program. Click on link below to
register. Students/Staff/Faculty welcome!
Come browse ROSE and see if we don’t have
something to cheer you up for FREE!
Warren Hs 53
Panelists Hank Sims, Estelle Fennell & Liz Conner
will discuss their views of the above topic at the
Schaub Memorial Lecture. BSS 162, Nov. 10, 5:30pm
Call for Proposals for SPRING 2011
Deadline for submissions: Nov. 12, 2010 by 5pm
For more information, please visit:
Office of Diversity & Inclusion