Friday, February 3rd

Time Event Title
All day-Feb 20th

Criminal Justice Dialogue Art Fair Submissions

Behavioral and Social Sciences Building
Are you looking for an opportunity to creatively express yourself? To comment on social injustice? Submit an original piece of artwork concerned with the experiences and inequalities faced by prisoners and others affected by incarceration. This is opened to HSU students and community members.
8:00 am-9:00 am

Create Your Course in Canvas

Gist Hall


This 50-minute workshop focuses on the basics of the Canvas learning management system interface, navigation, and design. You will learn to identify impactful Canvas tools, import content into your Canvas course, and identify best practices in course design. During the workshop you will watch two brief presentations, followed by hands-on application in your own course that we will provide you with to get you started in Canvas.
Please register at least 24 hours in advance.
1:00 pm-Feb 5th 3:00 pm

Campus Emergency Response Team Training

HSU Emergency Operations Center
The campus community, including your students, friends, and colleagues, need your help! When the next big earthquake strikes the North Coast, our local fire department rescue personnel will be stretched too thin to provide Humboldt State all the help we will need. We must become more self-reliant on campus by training and equipping selected members of our own staff, faculty & students to create our own on-campus emergency response teams. Please consider volunteering to become a member of the HSU Campus Emergency Response Team (CERTs).

HSU Campus Emergency Response Teams are self-contained, multi-purpose units comprised of trained volunteer staff, faculty & students from many different departments and divisions. CERT tasks include, but are not limited to:

Executing light search and rescue; extrication of trapped persons
Providing medical first aid and triage of the injured
Preventing and suppressing incipient fires
Supporting other emergency field operations

This training will take place over 3 days:

Friday, February 3rd from 1:00 to 5:00
Saturday, February 4th from 8:30 to 4:00
Sunday, February 5th from 8:30 to 3:00

Participants will receive a CERT certification and a CERT backpack, with emergency response supplies, courtesy of CalVolunteers.

Call or email HSU Emergency Management for more info or to reserve your spot!
4:00 pm-5:00 pm

Biological Sciences Seminar

HSU Campus
Dr. Christina Waters, CEO/Founder of Rare Science, will present "Pooling knowledge world-wide through rare disease patient family engagement can accelerate research to clinical impact, ADCY5-related Dyskinesia as a case study."

For rare disease patient communities, the challenge of low numbers of patients and islands of small data sets representing rare disease patient individuals compounded by the lack of economic incentives for academia and industry to work on rare disease programs contributes to little hope for undiagnosed/rare patient communities to find viable therapeutic solutions. An approach that emphasizes empowerment of the patient/community as equal stakeholders, pooling and democratizing data, and alignment of incentives through value driven collaborations can overcome the obstacles hindering progress in rare disease research and accelerate identification of clinical solutions. A scalable framework demonstrated by working with the ADCY5 patient community will be presented. It utilizes international patient engagement, data sharing, access to research tools such as patient derived stem cells that can leapfrog understanding of discovery research to clinical impact. The pilot ADCY5 program provides hope to not only accelerate finding more immediate therapeutic solutions
for ADCY5 patients but also to provide a framework to leverage for other rare disease patient groups of similar biology and/or small patient communities where there are limited resources and research ongoing.
5:00 pm

Screening/Discussion of "13th"

Founders Hall
Come join the First-Generation College Student Club (FGC), CAPS, and faculty from CRGS and CJS for a screening and discussion of the documentary "13th." "13th" is an in-depth look at the prison system in the United States and how it reveals the nation's history of racial inequality.

Trailer - https://youtu.be/V66F3WU2CKk

Friday, February 3rd at 5:00pm in Founder's Hall 118

Ongoing Events:

Time Event Title
Sep 14th-May 10th

Womyn of Color at HSU

MultiCultural Center Conference Room
Jan 17th-May 9th

Emergency Medical Technician Certification

Goodwin Forum
Feb 2nd-May 4th

Roosevelt @HSU

Nelson Hall East

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