|9:30 am-1:30 pm|| Arcata Community Center|
The Special Olympics Basketball Tournament features teams from 5 local high schools.
This is a collaborative event being offered in partnership through Humboldt Special Olympics, the local high schools (Arcata, McKinleyville, Eureka, Fortuna and Glen Paul), City of Arcata Recreation Division, and HSU Recreation Administration program.
|12:00 pm-2:00 pm|| Library Fishbowl|
Stop by the Library for an afternoon of HSU history through films from the Library's archives. See how much the campus has changed and remained the same over the years.
Film selections will feature campus departments, students, and faculty spanning the decades. Many of these films have recently been digitized through the California Light and Sound Project (https://archive.org/details/californialightandsound).
The final film is a screening of the HSU Centennial documentary celebrating the people and spirit of Humboldt State, directed by HSU Alum Benjamin Bettenhausen (‘07, Physics).
Refreshments will be provided!
This event is part of HSU's 2013-14 Centennial Celebration.
|12:30 pm-1:30 pm|| Gist Hall|
An innovative multimedia lecture/presentation about peak performance in any aspect of life given by author, percussionist, composer and professor, Dr. Dave Gluck sponsored by the Kinesiology and Recreation Administration and the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences.
The presentation is based on the best-selling/award winning book "Rhythms of the Game: The Link Between Musical and Athletic Performance" by Dr. Dave Gluck, Bernie Williams and Grammy-nominated music producer Dr. Bob Thompson.
|2:30 pm-3:00 pm|| Campus Center for Appropriate Technology|
Come get an informative tour at CCAT!
|4:00 pm-5:00 pm|| HSU Campus|
The Department of Biological Sciences and the Biology Graduate Student Association are pleased to have Dr. Darren Ward, HSU, Fisheries Biology Dept, present, "The plastic portfolio effect: can the plastic expression of diverse life histories stabilize salmon populations in small watersheds?"
In large watersheds, individual sub-basins often support salmon populations with distinct life histories adapted to local conditions. This life history diversity across populations reduces temporal fluctuations in salmon abundance at the scale of the whole watershed through a “portfolio effect” where annual conditions that are detrimental to some populations and life histories are innocuous or beneficial to other populations and life histories.
In this seminar Dr. Ward will explore the potential for fisheries managers to induce a similar portfolio effect within a single population in a small watershed by managing habitats to promote the plastic expression of diverse life histories.
|5:00 pm-Mar 29th 3:45 pm|| HSU Campus|
The History Department’s 2014 Undergraduate History Conference will take place Friday, March 28, and Saturday, March 29.
On Friday, keynote speaker Prof. Hartmut Lehmann, professor emeritus of Medieval and Modern History at the University of Kiel, will present “2017: The 500-Year Celebration of the Protestant Reformation in an Age of Secularization and Religious Pluralism” from 5-6 p.m. in the Native Forum (BSS 162). A reception will follow.
Dr. Lehmann was the founding director of the German Historical Institute in Washington, D.C. and the Director of the Max-Planck-Institute for History in Göttingen, Germany. He has been a guest professor at Princeton, Harvard, the University of Chicago, Emory, Dartmouth, UCLA, and the Australian National University in Canberra.
Lehmann is a foremost expert and the author and editor of more than a dozen books on various aspects of Protestant Christianity. He has been best known as the pioneering "profane historian" of German Lutheran Pietism from the seventeenth century through the twentieth centuries. He is also the author of Martin Luther in the American Imagination, and most recently, The Memory of Luther, 1817-2017 (Luthergedächtnis, 1817-2017).
On Saturday, students will present their research projects from 10 a.m-3:45 p.m. in FH 179 and FH 025. (Please contact the department for the conference program, so as not to disrupt in-progress presentations.)
|7:00 pm-8:30 pm|| Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center|
College of the Redwoods and Humboldt State University will host a community reception for 2013/14 Book of the Year author Jim Dodge.
”Fup,” originally published in 1983, is a work of fiction that tells the story of Jake Santee, his grandson “Tiny,” and Fup, their adopted mallard living on a farm in the hills of western Sonoma County.
Dodge grew up in Texas, Wyoming, southern California, and Labrador. He received his M.F.A. in Creative Writing from the University of Iowa. Since 1995, he has been a faculty member in the English Department at Humboldt State University. Refreshments provided.
|8:00 pm|| Gist Hall Theater|
HSU Opera Workshop discovers lost vocal music of Portugal, from medieval to modern, including excerpts of an 18th century opera never heard on the West Coast before. Thirteen singers are accompanied by John Chernoff on harpsichord and Kinu Manabe on bass. Special guest performer Gregg Moore accompanies soprano (and native of Portugal) Ana Cruz on two selections. Directed by Elisabeth Harrington.
|8:00 pm|| Fulkerson Recital Hall|