Friday, February 12th

Time Event Title
3:00 pm-5:00 pm

HSU Authors Hall Celebrating 2015 scholarship & creative works

HSU Authors Hall
Friday, February 12, 2016 3 P.M. – 5 P.M.

Please join the Humboldt State University Library and the Office of the Provost at the 2nd Annual HSU Authors Hall Celebration and reception in the Library's HSU Authors Hall, refreshments will be served. Provost Alexander Eneyedi and Library Dean Oberlander will welcome everyone, followed by a brief history of HSU Press’s 2015 publication of Extraordinary voyage of Kamome, by Dr. Lori Dengler.



The HSU Authors Hall is a growing collection of books, CDs, and DVDs of scholarship and creative work from HSU faculty, emeriti faculty, staff, student, and alumni authors. HSU Library is also launching SelectedWorks, a service that allows faculty and staff authors to showcase their articles, books, papers, and presentations.

The goals of the HSU Authors Hall are to celebrate HSU authors, share the value of their scholarly works with the University and wider community, and make it easier to access.

Are you a 2015 HSU Author? Faculty, staff, students, and alumni, please let us know so we can celebrate your accomplishment.
4:00 pm-5:00 pm

Biological Sciences Seminar

HSU Campus
All are welcome to this week's seminar! Dr. Jeremy Long, San Diego State University, will present, "Seaweed inducible resistance: more than a neat trick?".

Inducible responses play critical roles in shaping the structure and function of plant and animal communities in terrestrial systems. Such responses have well-known and strong impacts on animals. For example, herbivore responses to terrestrial predators can shape their performance, population size, and competition with other herbivores. Additionally, plant responses to herbivores can attract herbivore enemies like parasitoids. Yet, much less is known about the role of inducible resistance in seaweed communities where primary producers are non-vascular, delayed induced resistance is rare, and parasitoids are absent.

The last major review of seaweed inducible resistance in 2007 suggested that many seaweeds display inducible resistance. However, the presence of these responses doesn’t necessarily indicate their ecological roles. Using examples from the past decade, I will argue that despite important differences between seaweeds and terrestrial plants, the responses of these organisms can have important consequences on herbivore performance and competition between herbivores. Tritrophic signaling from seaweeds to predators may be rare given the lack of marine parasitoids. To further improve our understanding of their role, I will examine the impact of diversity (both herbivore and seaweed) and chemical pollution on these responses.
7:00 pm

Boomer+ Troupe: Those Fascinating Fifties

Eureka Woman's Club
A joint benefit for the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI at HSU) and the Humboldt Light Opera Company’s S.P.A.C.E. (Sunny Brae Performing Arts Center for Education)

Directed by: Tracey Barnes Priestley and Carol Ryder

Join this talented ensemble of “over 50” performers for an entertaining look at life in the 1950s, when TV took off, suburbs blossomed, Disneyland threw open its gates, and McDonald’s went nationwide.

Teens flipped over Elvis, poodle skirts and drive-in movies! Ike was in the White House, the Cold War raged, and who can forget “duck and cover”?

Through captivating stories and memory-making songs, share this remarkable and influential decade with some of our communities’ best performers.
8:00 pm-10:00 pm

Men's Lacrosse vs. Portland

Redwood Bowl

Ongoing Events:

Time Event Title
Sep 4th-May 13th

Catholic Club Hosts Mass, Free Dinner & Fun at Newman Center

Off Campus - See Listing
Sep 6th-May 8th

HSU Newman Center hosts Sunday Mass

Off Campus - See Listing
Jan 19th-May 10th

Emergency Medical Technician Certification

Goodwin Forum
Jan 22nd-May 13th

SMART Recovery - Self-Management Recovery Training

Jan 25th-May 2nd

Best of You

Jan 26th-May 17th

TRANS Support Group

Nelson Hall East
Jan 26th-May 10th

One Breath - Meditation Group

Nelson Hall East
Jan 27th-May 11th

Creative Self Expression

Jan 27th-May 2nd

Tae Kwon Do

Recreation & Wellness Center
Jan 27th-May 11th

One Breath - Meditation Group

Recreation & Wellness Center Lobby
Feb 1st-Feb 29th

Black Liberation Month

HSU Campus
Feb 1st-Mar 9th

Total Body Fit

Recreation & Wellness Center
Feb 1st-Mar 9th

Spin

Recreation & Wellness Center
Feb 2nd-Mar 10th

Zumba

Recreation & Wellness Center
Feb 2nd-Mar 10th

Butts 'N' Guts

Recreation & Wellness Center
Feb 2nd-Mar 10th

DRENCHED

Recreation & Wellness Center
Feb 3rd-Mar 9th

Yoga

Recreation & Wellness Center
Feb 10th-Mar 10th

African Masks from the James Gaasch Collection the Reese Bullen Gallery

Reese Bullen Gallery - Art Building, Humboldt State University

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