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|All day-Nov 29th||TBD|
Enjoy a variety of specialty workshops and lectures hosted by the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences throughout the month of November in celebration of HSU's Centennial.
|All day-Nov 9th||Recreation and Wellness Center|
Learn the essential skill set of map and compass based navigation. This course will benefit both the novice navigator as well as those looking to build confidence in their skills. The course includes a combination of classroom presentations and outdoor practical experience that will help you to better plan hikes and backcountry trips.
|8:30 am-5:00 pm||Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center|
Humboldt State University and the University of California will co-host a biomass energy workshop Thursday, November 7 at the Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center.
|12:00 pm-4:00 pm||Virtual|
Discover amazing opportunities and connect with top employers from across the USA at the first ever Statewide California Online Career Fair. Register today to get first in line for one-on-one chats with company representatives and get closer to landing a job you'll love.
|4:00 pm-5:00 pm||HSU Campus|
"The Maxwell Relations: The Mathematical Code of the Thermodynamic Universe" with Chris Harmon, Prof.of Chemistry, HSU, Science B Room 133 4 p.m.
|5:00 pm-7:00 pm||Goodwin Forum|
My research is about education (in)justice in the Los Angeles school district. My research focuses on factors influencing the decreasing test scores and performance levels of African American and Latino students. As vice-president of the African American Mentor Society at Santa Monica High School, I worked on a project that was concerned with micro-agressions in the education system. This project shares my findings.
|5:30 pm-7:00 pm||HSU Campus|
Ted Bilek of the US Forest Service Forest Products Laboratory is the next speaker in the Sustainable Futures speaker series. Ted will speak on Thursday, November 7 from 5:30 to 7:00 pm in Gist Hall room 218 (GH218) on the HSU campus. The title of his talk is “An Outlook for Forest Products and Timber Markets: 2012-2030.”
|7:00 pm-9:00 pm||Gist Hall|
Dominant psychological theory and practice can re-traumatize Native Americans by privileging Euro-American values and definitions of health and healing, leading to internalized oppression and emotional numbing. Liberation psychology argues that that mental health “symptoms” stem from social inequity and injustice rather than individual pathology. This workshop will explore a liberatory path towards healing in the Native community using critical consciousness, empowerment, connection to cultural strengths, and socio-political action.
|7:00 pm-9:00 pm||Goodwin Forum|
Just as Common stated in “A Song for Assata,” I asked myself what I would do if I were in place of Assata Shakur or Elaine Brown. My presentation will connect my participation in the Trayvon Martin justice rally, July 14, 2013, on Crenshaw with Black Panther activists. My focus is on Black youth activism today and the role of Afrocentrism.
|7:30 pm||Van Duzer Theater|
Who in the world was Alexander von Humboldt? Explore the wonder of his life as adventurer, scientist, godfather of ecology and champion of diversity and freedom in the HSU original production "Humboldt Unbound," a fast and fluid series of transformations creating a dynamic portrait in live theatre, music, dance and spectacle.
|Sep 27th-Nov 30th||Clarke Historical Museum|
|Nov 1st-Nov 21st||Reese Bullen Gallery|
|Nov 1st-Nov 8th||HSU Campus|
|Nov 5th-Dec 3rd||Recreation and Wellness Center|
|Nov 6th-Dec 4th||Recreation and Wellness Center|
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