Monday, October 20th

Time Event Title
8:00 am-Oct 24th 5:00 pm

Internship Week

HSU Campus
This week long event sponsored by the Academic and Career Advising will be filled with workshops and activities to inspire HSU students about the importance of gaining career related experience before they graduate. Check out our website for a complete list of events
2:00 pm-3:00 pm

How to Find an Internship Working with Animals

Gist Hall Theater
Are you looking for an internship working with animals this semester, spring semester or next summer? Need tips on how to find an internship locally in the Humboldt area? Or would you like to plan ahead and look for an internship in another city, state, or country? If so, then this workshop is for you! We can provide you with the resources to get started in the internship search process. The workshop is designed specifically for freshmen, sophomores, and juniors without prior internship experience.

Part of Internship Week hosted by Academic and Career Advising Oct. 20-24.
5:00 pm-6:30 pm

How to Find an Internship

Gist Hall Theater
Internships are any career related experiences that will help you gain knowledge in the field of interest. Internships are great opportunities for all students and it is not too late to get started so come join us for tips on finding internships in your field!

Part of internship week hosted by the Academic and Career Advising Center October 20 -24.
5:00 pm-6:20 pm

Geology Colloquium - Monday, Oct. 20th @ 5:00 PM in FH 25

Founders Hall
"What is California doing to prepare for the next tsunami?", by Rick Wilson, California Geological Survey.

Wilson leads the tsunami program for the California Geological Survey. He is a member of the steering committee for the National Tsunami Hazard Mitigation Program and is currently co-chair of the Mapping and Modeling Subcommittee and has been involved with post tsunami reconnaissance efforts in California and Japan.
8:00 pm

Trampled by Turtles

West Gym
Trampled by Turtles began as a project for the members to take a break from their rock bands and learn old fiddle and folk songs. After a decade touring the band from Duluth are set to release On Wild Animals, the band’s seventh studio album. Themes of impermanence run deep, both lyrically and sonically. The quintet’s ...hybrid folk sound continues its evolution pushing the band further into the grey area between genres that defies pigeonholing.

“Lit up and charged…four-part harmonies that are close to being crystalline.”—Daytrotter

The fabulous Nicki Bluhm and the Gramblers will open the show.

Ongoing Events:

Time Event Title
Oct 1st-Oct 31st

Student Access Gallery Presents "Potluck"

Student Business Services Building Lobby

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