1) Poetry SLAM Champ Buddy Wakefield
2) 24/7 Online Research Help
3) University Ombudspersons for Spring 2011
4) FOREIGN SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES
5) HSU Hosts KCACTF Region VII Festival
6) Join CCAT & Friends for Monthly Potluck!
7) CCAT’s Open Mic Night : Show & Tell
8) Flint Tool Making @ CCAT
9) Environmental Law Conference
10) It is definitely flu season!
11) Greenhouse Plant Sale continues. . .
12) SUSTAINABLE FUTURES SPEAKER SERIES
13) ITS Lab Availability SmartPhone Web Page
14) Disability Awareness Book Group
15) Spring Clubs Fair
16) Math Colloquium Thur. Feb 10 KA104 4 pm
17) Center Activities Open House
18) Free Screening of AVATAR
19) Geology Colloquium
20) 2011 Panetta Congressional Internship
21) AS Campus/Community Service Scholarship
22) Interested in meditation? One Breath Grp
23) ♦♦CALL FOR WORKSHOP PROPOSALS♦♦
24) Music Department Presents…
25) Black Liberation Month Opening Ceremony
26) Pre-law Society Meeting. LIB 311
3 time WORLD champion!!! Wed. Feb 9th 7pm KBR
Sliding Scale: Students $0-10; Others $8-$15
Reception after show, Karshner Lounge. Info: x5578
Have a burning research question at 3am? Click
“24/7 Research Help” on the Library homepage to be
instantly connected with a librarian!
Nancy Hurlbut (, x. 3476)
and Laura Hahn (, x.3948) will
serve as the Ombudspersons for Spring 2011.
Office of the President
Representatives from US Dept of State will speak
on Foreign Service Careers & Dept. of State
Internships,Tues, 2/8, 12:00 noon, Goodwin Forum.
From Feb 14-18 HSU will be home to an add’l 1000-
1200 College/University students participating in
“Festival 43” events. More info on our stage blog@
Theatre, Film & Dance
It’s time for CCAT’s monthly potluck! Stop on by
to meet some rad people, eat some great food, and
listen to some music. Fri, Feb. 4th @ 7pm. (x3551)
Clubs & Activities
Come express yourself! Bless us with your talent,
passion or message in any shape or form.
Tues., Feb. 8th 8-10pm @ CCAT (826-3551)
Clubs & Activities
Learn about the art of making traditional flint
tools in this hands-on workshop. Don’t Miss out!
@CCAT Thurs. Feb. 10th 6pm-8pm (826-3551)
Clubs & Activities
It’s not too late to register for 1 unit of ELAW
(PSCI 371)! Learn about environmental policies &
politics at this weekend conference in Eugene, OR.
Free flu shots are still available in the Student
Health Center. No appointment necessary.
Come during immunization hours (M-F 9-11, 1-3).
Student Health Center
Drop by the HSU Greenhouse and check out the
large selection of house plants available for
purchase. Hours variable, call 826-3678 for info.
“Climate Change Policy in N. America: Reasons for
Optimism” Jim Hight, Climate Change Business
Journal, Thursday Feb. 10, 5:30PM, BSS 166
Schatz Energy Research Center
Want to see campus-wide lab seat availability at a
glance from your SmartPhone or mobile device?
Visit our new mobile lab availability site at:
Information Technology Services
Nancy Resnick and Jayne McGuire lead a discussion
of Moving Violations, by John Hockenberry.
Free book. 3/2, HGH 217, noon-1pm.
HSU has over 150 clubs! Come check some out on
Feb 9th 10am-2pm in the UC Quad! It’s a great way
to get involved!!
Clubs & Activities Office
“The Common Misuse and Misinterpretation of
Traditional Statistics & Contemporary Solutions”
presented by Prof. Howard Stauffer
Tuesday February 8th 4:30pm-8:30pm UC South Lounge
Live Music, Prizes & Giveaways, Meet Instructors,
Outdoor Adventure Networking, Refreshments!
Wednesday February 9th
5-6 pm Great Hall (College Creek)
Discussion to follow
Avatar: Free screening
Monday, February 7th, 5:00 pm, FH 25
Presented by Sue Cashman, HSU
“Fault Rocks: Records of Earthquakes”
Fall semester 2011 Panetta Congressional
Internship available to one outstanding student.
Open to all majors. Application deadline: 2/18/11
Politics & History
AS is offering 30 $1,000 scholarships to students
who are active in Campus/Community Service. Dead-
line to apply is Feb 25th. Applications online at
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 & Psychological Svs.
“What Do You Want? Exploring Desire as a Means of
Social Liberation” The Summit Team is looking for
dynamic workshops. Deadline extended to 2/7 @ 5pm
8pm Symphonic Band & Jazz Orchestra
2pm Faculty Artist Series with
Cindy Moyer, violin & John Chernoff, piano, in FRH
Join us Fri, Feb 4th @ 6pm in Goodwin Forum. There
will be games, community building, & Bob Marley’s
birthday celebration! Refreshments provided. FREE
The next meeting of the Pre-Law Society
will be on Wednesday, Feb. 9 , 5:15-6:00pm
in Lib 311. All are welcome.
Mathematics / Pre-Law Advisor