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Report: Workload Requirements Keep Students From Getting Food Assistance

College students face significant barriers when it comes to accessing federal food assistance programs because of outdated state and federal requirements. Aligning the criteria can make it easier for students to get food assistance.

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Grant Expands HSU Effort to Get Local Youth to College »

A Humboldt State University program that encourages low-income and first-generation students and students with disabilities to pursue higher education, is set to expand after earning a grant from the United States Department of Education.

California’s Wild Edge: The Coast in Prints, Poetry, and History Exhibition at Reese Bullen »

Capturing the beauty of the California coast through exquisite woodcut prints and prose, California’s Wild Edge: The Coast in Prints, Poetry, and History is a new traveling exhibition appearing at HSU’s Reese Bullen Gallery from Sept. 1 to Oct. 8.

President’s Fall Welcome 2016 »

Read the full text of President Lisa Rossbacher’s Fall Welcome address online.

New Study Sheds Light on How Running Keeps Seniors Young »

If you’re an avid runner, logging dozens of miles every week and you happen to be over 65, odds are you’re burning oxygen at nearly the same rate as a runner in her 20s.

Stormy Beethoven, Jazzy Bolcom with Cindy Moyer & John Chernoff »

Violinist Cindy Moyer continues her project of playing all the Beethoven violin sonatas with the stormy Sonata in C Minor, plus a contemporary jazz-influenced sonata by William Bolcom and a lyrical sonata by Gabriel Faure, in concert with pianist John Chernoff on Sunday, November 8, in Fulkerson Recital Hall.

Latest Achievements » all achievements

Faculty Katia Karadjova and Marissa Mourer, University Library:

Librarians Katia Karadjova and Marissa Mourer have had their paper, Searching as Strategic Exploration: How well do faculty know their students’ preferences regarding information sources?, accepted at the European Conference on Information Literacy, which will take place in Prague, Czech Republic in October 2016. The paper will be published in Springer’s Communications in Computer & Information Science series.

Faculty Marissa Mourer, University Library:

Marissa Mourer, CAHSS librarian, received a grant through the HSU SPF Incentives Program to develop the Library Brain Booth, which seeks to introduce students to scientific research on the effects of mindfulness, attention, and contemplation through hands-on tools and activities in an informal, experiential setting. The Library Brain Booth will open on Wednesday, 8/31 10am-Noon (LIB 114) and Thursday, 9/1 1-3pm (LIB 208). More information about the Brain Booth can be found here: http://library.humboldt.edu/brainbooth.html

Faculty Renée Byrd, Sociology:

Dr. Renée M. Byrd recently published an article titled, “ ‘Punishment’s Twin’: Theorizing Prisoner Reentry for a Politics of Abolition” in Social Justice 43-1.

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Shannon Berge Center for Community Based Learning

Don’t Miss the Volunteer Fair!

WEDNESDAY, August 31, 2016
10am-2pm
University Center QUAD

STUDENTS, STAFF, FACULTY Invited!

• LEARN about volunteer and training opportunities with local community agencies and HSU programs.
• EXPLORE Academic Internship and Service Learning possibilities for your course requirements.
• MAKE A DIFFERENCE — Become a volunteer!

For more information, please contact the Center for Community Based Learning
707 826-4964 ●

Marissa Mourer University Library

Take an intentional brain break in the University Library. There are two Library Brain Booth sessions offered weekly on a drop-in basis this semester: Wednesdays 10am-Noon in Library 114 and Thursdays 1pm-3pm in Library 208.

The Library Brain Booth seeks to introduce the Humboldt State community to scientific research on the effects of mindfulness, attention, and contemplation through hands-on tools and activities in an informal, experiential setting. Students are especially encouraged to explore the positive impacts that taking an intentional brain break can have on their academic success. Although the Library Brain Booth recognizes the contributions of people of all faiths and backgrounds to mindfulness and contemplation practices, it has no religious affiliation. People of all abilities, cultures, and faiths are welcome in the Library Brain Booth.
The Brain Booth is organized into several stations with the following available:
• Curated collection of books and DVDs
• Biofeedback machines
• Virtual reality goggles
• FitDesk exercise study bicycles
• Noise cancelling headphones
• Sound machines
• Light therapy lights (aka Seasonal Affective Disorder lamps)
• Chromebooks for trying guided meditations
• Adult coloring and doodling
• Board games (and a Nintendo Wii coming soon!)
• Contemplation activities

Learn more about the Brain Booth by visiting the webpage: http://library.humboldt.edu/brainbooth.html

The Library Brain Booth was made possible through the support of the HSU Sponsored Programs Foundation Incentives Grant. For information about the Library Brain Booth, including the research study underway, please contact principal investigator, Marissa Mourer, HSU Librarian for the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences.

Kim Moon Kinesiology & Recreation Administration

Join the Dept. of Kinesiology for an Open House!

Where: Human Performance Lab
Kinesiology and Athletics Building
Room KA 254B

When: Tuesday, September 6, 2016
11:30 AM -01:00 pm
(Refreshments served)

See you September 6 at the HPL!

Young Sub Kwon, PhD, Lab Director

Get more information online here http://www.humboldt.edu/gamma/NOW_images/kins-open-house.pdf.