Upcoming Events:

Time Event Title
11:00 am Sep 25th

Beer Brewing

Humboldt Regeneration

This one-day seminar is an intermediate home-brewing course that will cover a variety of topics associated with all-grain brewing, including some advanced techniques. Students will benefit from a hands-on style presentation where they will experience the brewing process first hand while discussing related topics. Visit the Humboldt Regeneration Brewery and Farm for more information.

Prerequisite: You must be 21 and over with a valid ID to register for this class. Parking is limited, parking available on Bates Rd.
11:00 am Sep 25th

Family Fun Day

Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center
Get the family together and get out on Humboldt Bay! Our aquatic staff will outfit you with an appropriate craft, give a brief paddle and safety talk as well as introduce you to the boats, then you and your family can launch off the dock to lead your own adventure!
12:30 pm Sep 25th

Canoe the Slough Tour ~ A Birders Dream

Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center
View the spring migration of birds up close from a canoe. This birding hot spot offers birders the opportunity to view a wide range of birds during the fall migration. Get your binoculars ready to scope shorebirds, pelagic cormorants, black turnstones, raptors, herons and many more! Our experienced naturalists will guide you through the scenic wetland for an epic adventure
7:00 pm Sep 25th

Riders In The Sky

Van Duzer Theater
America’s favorite singing cowboys ride back into the Van Duzer to round up an unforgettable evening of heavenly harmonies, way-out Western wit, and adventure. This time they’ve created a special multi-media romp featuring audience favorites from legendary Roy Rogers’ long career wrapped up in the Riders’ Grammy-winning high-yodeling style. Film clips of Roy’s greatest moments on screen with Trigger, Dale Evans, and the Sons of the Pioneers are featured in a pure and priceless evening of family-friendly entertainment.

Sponsored by Pierson Building Center
11:00 am Sep 26th

SkillShops: Mendeley and Me: Organizing Your Citations

HSU Library
Do you find yourself having difficulty keeping track of all of your citations for your assignments? Do you wonder if there is an effective way to keep everything organized in one central location? This workshop will introduce you to Mendeley, a citation manager that can help you organize all of the sources you will cite for your assignments.

Register at http://humboldt.libcal.com/event.php?id=1164913
1:00 pm Sep 26th

SkillShops: Time Management

HSU Library
Having trouble managing your time? Attend this workshop and learn how to better manage your time by applying a novel approach to your scheduling process. This fun and interactive workshop will leave you with a new way of thinking about time and how you spend it.

Register at http://humboldt.libcal.com/event.php?id=1150108
5:00 pm Sep 26th

Breaking Bread Distinguished Lecture Series with Teresa Baker

Kate Buchanan Room
Youth, Inclusion and Environmental Justice - Join us for an engaging conversation about nature, diversity, and inclusion in outdoor spaces featuring guest speaker Teresa Baker, founder of the African American Nature and Park Experience.
5:00 pm Sep 26th

Geology Colloquium - Monday, September 26, 2016 at 5:00 PM in FH 25

Founders Hall
Laurie Racca, PG, Senior Registrar, Geology & Geophysics, California Board for Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors & Geologists, presents: "Building Your Career: What is a Professional Geologist License?" and "Understanding the Licensure Laws and Responsibilities of the Licensee"
1:00 pm Sep 27th

SkillShops: Reliable or Not? From Bloggers to Scholars

HSU Library
Learn how to identify and explain the characteristics of scholarly, reliable, and relevant sources of information, and discuss the meaning of authority. Includes critical reading of articles, blogs, and news.

Pre-register at http://humboldt.libcal.com/event.php?id=1146841
5:00 pm Sep 27th

Terrorism: As American as Apple Pie

Van Duzer Theater
A lecture by Gayle Olson-Raymer, Ph.D., 2014-15 Excellence in Teaching—Lecturer recipient.

Is terrorism an international problem, or does the United States have its own tradition of domestic violence? Is homegrown terrorism a new phenomenon, or is it deeply embedded in our history? Must terrorism exclusively originate from those who challenge governmental policies, plan revolutionary violence, and act upon their feelings of hate, fear, and intolerance? Or can our nation’s long history of violent and racist policies also be construed as acts of terror committed against its own people?

A “yes” answer to any of these questions requires an historical examination of violence in the U.S. When thinking historically, we can better understand how and why some acts of violence in our past may more appropriately be called acts of terror.

HSU is an AA/EO institution. Disability accommodation may be available. Contact event sponsor at 826-3722.

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