Upcoming Events:

Time Event Title
1:00 pm May 5th

Talk by john a. powell: What Neuroscience Can Tell Us About Bias

Goodwin Forum
Professor john a. powell will explore with the HSU's students and faculty what neuroscience can tell us about bias, and what research teaches about the concepts and strategies individuals and institutions can use to effectively address structural racism and exclusion.

About John Powell and the Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society: Haas is led by john a. powell (spelled without capitals), a Professor of Law, African American Studies and Ethnic Studies at the UC, Berkeley School of Law. A co-founder of the Poverty and Race Research Action Council, he has been instrumental in leading community organizations, local governments and large institutions in adopting inclusive policies and practices. He is the author of "Racing to Justice: Transforming Conceptions of Self and Other to Build an Inclusive Society."

RSVP: ournorthcoast.org
3:00 pm May 5th

Mathematics Awards Ceremony

Behavioral and Social Sciences Building
Meet and honor mathematics students who have won contests, awards and scholarships this year.
3:30 pm May 5th

EOP/SSS Graduation Reception

Kate Buchanan Room
Reception honoring EOP/Student Support Services students receiving their degree in Spring, Summer, or Fall 2016
6:00 pm May 5th

2016 HSU CIRM Scholars Symposium

HSU Campus
The HSU CIRM Scholars return to HSU this Thursday, May 5th to present their research! The event will be held in SciB 133 at 6pm. Snacks will be served.

The symposium is a great opportunity for students interested in research careers to learn about cutting edge science done by their peers, so please encourage your students to attend! The attached flier includes the list of students in presenter order. Refreshments will be served.

The CIRM program funds up to ten year-long research internships in stem cell biology and regenerative medicine at Stanford University, University of California Davis or University of California San Francisco. Additional information about the HSU CIRM Scholars Program can be found here:
6:30 pm May 5th

Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz - An Indigenous Peoples' History of the United States

Goodwin Forum
The Department of Native American Studies will be hosting Dr. Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz as part of the Native Pathways Speaker Series. Dr. Dunbar-Ortiz is an American historian, writer, and feminist. She has been a part of the American Indian Movement (AIM) the International Indian Treaty Council and has a lifelong commitment to international human rights. She will discuss her book "An Indigenous Peoples' History of the United States”. Dr. Dunbar-Ortiz received her doctorate in history from the University of California, Los Angeles.
8:00 pm May 5th

Calypso Band with Special Guest Steelpan Artist, Andy Narell

Fulkerson Recital Hall
Humboldt State Calypso Band ends its 30th anniversary year celebration in the place where the band began—Fulkerson Recital Hall—with a concert featuring a guest artist, the steel pan legend Andy Narell. It’s a “student and community appreciation” concert so tickets are priced low for a Calypso Band show--and free to HSU students with ID. Eugene Novotny is founder and director.
8:00 am May 6th

Food Drive for Oh Snap!

Arcata, CA
Donate your non-perishables to the HSU Oh Snap food program. (Canned beans, corn, soup, etc.) Thank you!
12:00 pm May 6th

XOCOMIL - Book Reading by Davide Mohrmann

Library Fishbowl
HSU Library will host David Mohrmann’s reading of his newly released book XOCOMIL: The Winds of Atitlán on Friday, May 6 in the Fishbowl, 12-2pm. The reading will be followed by a Q & A, discussion, and a book signing.

David Mohrmann’s novel XOCOMIL: The Winds of Atitlán spans what many historians term the “Guatemalan Civil War.” That, unfortunately, does not include the USA involvement, or begin to describe how it was experienced by the oppressed indigenous Maya.

The story begins and ends at Lake Atitlán. It travels from traditional Maya villages through the war-torn mountains of Guatemala; from cornfields in Kansas through the jungles of Vietnam; from pot-filled hills in northern California through the psychedelic haunts of San Francisco to the ruins, and magic mushrooms, of southern Mexico. It is about simple lands full of complex intrigues. And hope. Always hope.
David Mohrmann received his bachelor's degree in Social Psychology at the University of California in Santa Barbara. After receiving an MFA in Dramatic Writing, he became a member of the Theater Film and Dance Department at Humboldt State University. He wrote and produced more than 10 plays, but his most significant contribution was in the area of political street theater as a trained practitioner in “Theatre of the Oppressed.” He retired early so that he could get back to writing fiction. His stories have also appeared in Toyon, Brink, The Battered Suitcase, and The Furnace Review.
2:00 pm May 6th

Backcountry Equine Workshop

Parking Lot G15, southwest corner
Basic care of equines in backcountry environments
Selection and use of proper backcountry tack
Safety/leave no trace principles

Taught By Uri Driscoll, Farrier, Backcountry Horseman
8:00 pm May 6th

Humboldt Symphony

Fulkerson Recital Hall
An orchestral suite from the opera “Carmen,” favorites by Rachmaninoff and Copland, and a tribute to Louis Armstrong highlight two combined concerts by the Humboldt Symphony and the ArMack Orchestra of Arcata and McKinleyville high schools, in a home-and-home series on Friday evening May 6 at 8 p.m. in Fulkerson Hall and Sunday afternoon at 2 p.m. in the Fine Arts Building theatre at Arcata High School. Paul Cummings and Cassandra Moulton directors.

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