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2:00 pm May 5th

Multicultural Center Candidate Open Forums

Library Fishbowl
Please come and meet our candidates for the position of Coordinator for the MultiCultural Center:

Tuesday, May 5th: Abby Chien, 2:00-3:00, Library Fishbowl

Thursday, May 7th: Amy Hernandez, 2:00-3:00, Library Fishbowl

Friday, May 8th: Amy Westmoreland, 2:00-3:00, Library Fishbowl

Any questions, please contact Everardo Cuevas at x3365/3372
4:00 pm May 5th

University Senate & Retirement Celebration

Kate Buchanan Room
All HSU faculty and staff are invited to the University Senate & Retirement Celebration. We will honor the University Senate, welcome new Senate members and announce and honor faculty and staff who have retired or will be retiring this year. We will also celebrate our 2015 faculty award winners.
5:00 pm May 5th

International Student Farewell Reception

University Center Banquet Room
Join the Center for International Programs for a fun evening to recognize graduating international students and their accomplishments.
6:00 pm May 6th

Science on Tap! - Let's get Series about Calculus

Blondie's Food and Drink
On tap are infinite series. We start with small sips: we add up infinitely many numbers. Then we’ll take bigger gulps: we add up infinitely many variables. Do not confuse this with the harsh brew you might have been served in calculus class. This is delicious stuff.

We’ll roll these ideas around in our minds and get pretty intoxicated. Then, just when we are enjoying what we think is a nice recreational buzz, we’ll see that we have been considering some of the most important ideas in fields like ecology and physics.

Calculus is not difficult. It is intuitive and appealing. There are some surprising subtleties, and we do have to admit infinity into our work. But the payoff for just a little mental effort is rich, rewarding, and delightfully intoxicating.

Jeff Haag has been a professor of mathematics at HSU since 1990. His teaching philosophy can be summarized in four words, familiar to his recent students: understand simple things deeply. He is a beer drinker with a softball playing problem and ran his sixth marathon this year.
3:30 pm May 7th

Mathematics Award Ceremony

Behavioral and Social Sciences Building
Come join us in celebrating math students' achievements and successes!
7:00 pm May 7th

Mysteries At The Trumpet!

HSU Campus
A seminar open to the public, with paintings and museum holdings, recordings and live performances, focusing on some “elusive, seldom-seen (or heard!), migratory” historical soprano brass instruments.

-- Including a rare English Slide Trumpet
-- A German, Bach-type, single slide Zugtrumpet (tromba da
-- With with Trumpet Consort von Humboldt
12:00 pm May 8th

Finals De-Stressor Extravaganza

South Lounge
Come de-stress before finals with food, games and fun!

12 to 6 p.m. -- Games and snacks

12 p.m. -- Ice cream

3 to 4 p.m. -- Games on the Quad

5 p.m. -- Pizza
1:30 pm May 8th

CIRM Scholars Symposium

Behavioral and Social Sciences Building
Nine HSU students have spent the last two semesters in biomedical research laboratories at Stanford University and the University of California San Francisco. They return to campus to present their work. A reception will follow.
3:30 pm May 8th

EOP/SSS Graduation Reception

Kate Buchanan Room
Recognition of EOP/SSS student graduates for the Spring and Fall of 2015.
5:00 pm May 8th

Guitar Studio Recital

Fulkerson Recital Hall

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