Monday, April 7th

Time Event Title
4:00 pm-5:00 pm

Geology Colloquium

Founders Hall
"Local Last Glacial Maximum (LGM) in the Hyperarid Gobi of Mongolia", by: Batbaatar Jigjidsuren, Ph.D. Candidate; and Alan Gillespie, Professor, University of Washington, Department of Earth and Space Sciences.
5:00 pm

Economics Alumni Speaker Series

Music Building A
Speaker: Peter Perrault

• Learn about how an economics degree can translate into a
successful career

• Get advice on applying to graduate school

• Enjoy free food, refreshments, and open discussion after the
5:00 pm-6:20 pm

Geology Colloquium

Founders Hall
"How do the giant canyons on Mars form?" presented by Alan Gillespie, Professor, University of Washington, Department of Earth and Space Sciences.
5:00 pm-7:00 pm

Outstanding Professor - Mark Colwell

Van Duzer Theater
Birds are a universal, yet often unappreciated, facet of our everyday lives.

In this talk, 2013-14 Outstanding Professor Mark Colwell will share his favorite avian aspects derived from a quarter century of teaching ornithology at HSU. In particular, he will explore their beauty (in appearance and song), economic value, diversity, and role in influencing science.
6:00 pm-8:30 pm

Take Back the Night 2014 - Consent Centered Yoga

HSU Campus
Take Back the Night and take back your body! Everyone is welcome to this mindfulness-based movement. This safer space will provide a container for curiosity, self-awareness and self-compassion. Practice mats are available.
8:00 pm

Guest Artist: Farallon Quintet, Strings

Fulkerson Recital Hall
Essentially a string quartet plus clarinet, San Francisco’s Farallon Quintet showcases rising star and clarinet virtuoso Natalie Parker in a program called “The Virtuosic Clarinet.” “Come hear one of the Bay Area's most sought after musicians,” counsels one of the Quintet’s violinists, Matthew Oshida. “ She’s an up-and-coming clarinetist who may not be local to California for much longer.”

The other members of the Quintet are Elizabeth Prior (viola), Jonah Kim (cello) and Dan Flanagan (violin.) Appearing at HSU will be guest first violinist Emanuela Nikiforova. The HSU program includes works by Mozart and Weber, plus some seldom performed pieces written for this unique combination of instruments.

Videos of past performances are available on the Farallon Quintet web site.

Ongoing Events:

Time Event Title
Mar 13th-Apr 11th

Future Four Business Concept Contest

HSU Campus
Apr 1st-Apr 30th

College of Professional Studies Showcase Month

Apr 1st-May 18th

The Spider and the Fly: Works by Gail Wight

First Street Gallery
Apr 1st-May 18th

Laughter in Darkness

First Street Gallery

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