Wednesday, March 22nd

Time Event Title
4:00 pm-4:50 pm

SkillShop: Postermaking for ideaFest

HSU Library

IdeaFest is April 21st. It is a great time to present posters on your Service Learning or Academic Internship Experience and this workshop is designed to help you get started with making a poster you can be proud of. If you want to make a poster for a research poster, you are still welcome to attend and we will do our best to help you as well.

Deadline to enter IdeaFest - March 27th
Deadline to have MarComm print your poster - April 7th

Register for SkillShop at
6:00 pm-8:00 pm

Criminal Justice Dialogue - Keys to Success- Education on the Inside and Outside

Native American Forum
Join us to hear from our two guest speakers, Kintay Johnson and the Prison University Project from San Quentin, as they discuss the importance of stimulating public awareness and meaningful dialogue about higher education and criminal justice in California.
6:00 pm

All About Sailing ~ On Land

Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center
This two-hour on-land session is held at the Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center and will focus on the anatomy of boats, navigation, knots, and everything else you need to know before you get your toes wet. This is a great way to feel more comfortable and confident about the sport before your first sailing lesson.
6:00 pm-7:00 pm

The Study of Animal Populations by Capture-recapture

Science Building B
Please join us for the Lamberson Ecology Lecture series with guest speaker Dr. Andy Royle, Senior Scientist at USGS. Royle will discuss the study of animal populations by capture-recapture.
Capture-recapture has been the standard method for the study of animal populations for decades. In the classical application of these methods, individuals of a population were captured, uniquely marked, and subsequently recaptured or resighted. The resulting individual encounter history data permits estimation of population size and other demographic parameters. In this lecture I will discuss how the application of CR methods has been profoundly affected by new technologies such as remote cameras, noninvasive genetic sampling, and bioacoustics. These allow the study of species which could not previously be studied effectively by capture-recapture. Several case studies (grizzly bears, American mink) will be discussed that exemplify the importance of these new technologies.

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
Feb 5th-Apr 30th

Introduction to Indoor Climbing

Student Recreation Center Rock Wall
Feb 9th-May 11th

Free HIV and Hepatitis Testing

Van Parked Outside Student Health Center
Mar 20th-Mar 24th

Criminal Justice Dialogue

Native American Forum

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