|12:30 pm-2:30 pm|| Goodwin Forum|
Humboldt State’s Associated Students will host a panel discussion with field representatives for Assembly Member Wesley Chesbro and State Senator Noreen Evans April 29 from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. in the Goodwin Forum in Nelson Hall East. The event is free and open to the public.
Sofia Pereira (’09, Communication), field representative for Assembly Member Chesbro, and Zuretti Goosby, field representative for Senator Evans, will describe the duties of a legislator, their role within the government and how the legislature affects students. A question and answer session will follow.
“Our Legislators work for us in Sacramento. It is important that their local offices hear issues that concern HSU students,” says California State Student Association (CSSA) Representative for Associated Students Jesse Hoskins. "This event is a great first step in making sure we are represented in Sacramento and learn about initiatives in the new legislative session."
Refreshments will be provided. For more information, contact CCSA representative Jesse Hoskins at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (707) 826-4221.
The Associated Students of Humboldt State University is the official voice through which the students may express their opinions, this representation may include but is not limited to; the university administration, the local community, and the State of California. AS has three primary purposes; to allocate student fee dollars to 23 student run programs, to educate students on campus, local, and state current affairs that have significant impact to students, and to advocate the student perspective to the appropriate parties.
|4:00 pm|| Great Hall|
Humboldt State’s Residential Academic Mentoring Program will host a career panel with community leaders Monday, April 29 from 4 to 7 p.m. in the Great Hall above the College Creek Marketplace. The event is free and open to the public.
Geared toward first-time freshmen, “Beyond the Finish Line” will include a panel discussion about the current job market, strategies for professional success and tips for becoming a leader in the workplace.
“This event will get students motivated to pick a career path and start thinking about opportunities after college,” says Bryan Kelly, student retention and projects coordinator for Student Affairs. “It’s also a great opportunity for local leaders to share what they’ve learned and for students to make valuable community connections.”
The panelists will include:
Garry Eagles, superintendent of Humboldt County Schools
Marilyn Miles, Humboldt County superior court judge
William Panos, Eureka city manager
Captain Salvatore Palmeri, commanding officer for the Coast Guard of Humboldt Bay
There will also be a dinner and raffle for students. Prizes include vouchers to the university bookstore, J Points, and Center Arts tickets.
The Residential Academic Mentoring Program (RAMP) provides academic and non-academic support services to first-time freshmen. Incoming freshmen are paired with an upperclassmen mentor who provides academic advising, clarifies university policies and directs students to campus and community resources.
|5:00 pm-6:30 pm|| HSU Campus|
"Seismoturbidite Chronostratigraphy and Slope Stability Offshore Sumatra, Indonesia" by Jay Patton, Ph.D. Candidate, Oregon State University.
|5:30 pm|| Native American Forum|
Research findings of medical marijuana dispensaries will be the subject of the last of the spring speaker series of the Humboldt Institute for Interdisciplinary Marijuana Research on Monday, April 29, at 5:30 p.m. in the Native American Forum adjoining the Behavioral and Social Sciences Building at Humboldt State University.
Amanda Reiman, California policy manager for the Drug Policy Alliance, San Francisco, will discuss “Dispensary-Based Research: an Untapped Source” and how it can be used to advance knowledge of cannabis as a palliative treatment. She also will suggest directions for future dispensary-based research.
Since the first medical marijuana law was passed in 1996, dispensaries have become the epicenter of patient interaction, information sharing and scientific advances in the cultivation, analysis and manufacturing of cannabis and cannabis products.
A 10-year resident of Oakland, Reiman leads the Drug Policy Alliance’s marijuana reform work in California. She joined the alliance last year after working with a medical marijuana dispensary, Berkeley Patients Group, as director of research and patient services.
Reiman’s research centers on the study and evaluation of medical cannabis dispensaries as community health providers, and on the use of cannabis as a substitute for alcohol and other drugs. She has conducted numerous studies on medical marijuana dispensaries, patients and the use of marijuana as a treatment for addiction. She regularly presents her research at the conferences of the American Public Health Association, American Psychiatric Association, International Cannabinoid Research Society and the Harm Reduction Coalition.
Reiman was the first chairwoman of the Medical Cannabis Commission for the City of Berkeley and has consulted with various cities and states on the development of medical marijuana policy. Currently she is a lecturer in the School of Social Welfare at the UC-Berkeley, where she teaches Drug and Alcohol Policy, Substance Abuse Treatment and Sexuality and Social Work.
Originally from Chicago, Reiman earned her B.A. in psychology from the University of Illinois-Chicago and her Master’s Degree in Social Work from the Jane Addams College of Social Work. She moved to Oakland in 2002 to earn her Ph.D. in social welfare at Berkeley.
|8:00 pm|| Fulkerson Recital Hall|
Two Band for the Price of None. University of British Columbia Wind Ensemble with director and HSU Music grad Rob Taylor on their West Coast tour, plus HSU Symphonic Band playing Darius Milaud’s Jazz Age “The Creation of the World.”