Thursday, April 11th

Time Event Title
2:00 pm

Take Back the Night Community Support Network and Appreciation Collective

Goodwin Forum
A space for friends, allies and supporters of Take Back the Night to connect.

Part of Take Back the Night 2013.
3:00 pm-5:00 pm

Outstanding Student Awards Ceremony

Kate Buchanan Room
Faculty and staff are invited to submit nominations for our annual Outstanding Student Awards. The deadline to submit nominations is Friday, February 22, 2013.

For additional information contact the Office of the Vice President of Student Affairs at (70) 826-3361.
4:00 pm

Wildlife Ecology Seminar Series

Behavioral and Social Sciences Building
Taylor Chapple, of Stanford University, presents "California White Sharks: Creatures of Amazing Complexity," Thursday, April 11 in BSS 162 at 4 p.m.
5:00 pm

Student Feedback Forum: How can HSU improve campus support for Students of Color?

Klamath River Room
The HSU administration recently convened a cross-campus working group to make recommendations on how to improve campus support for Students of Color and for other historically under-served communities.

In order to inform these recommendations, we need your feedback!

To have your voice and opinions heard, come provide feedback on how HSU has been supportive to you as a student, and how the campus could support you more.
5:30 pm-7:00 pm

Evaluating Mad River Water Use Options: A Local Issue with Regional Impacts

Behavioral and Social Sciences Building
HSU's Sustainable Futures Speaker Series presents Sheri Woo and Carol Rische as the next presenters in the spring 2013 lineup. Sheri and Carol will speak on Thursday, April 11 from 5:30 to 7 pm in the Behavior and Sciences Building room 166, on the HSU campus. The title of their talk is "Evaluating Mad River Water Use Options: A Local Issue with Regional Impacts."

Sheri Woo is a licensed civil engineer who writes environmental science content. She prepares permitting documents with HT Harvey & Associates, is a Board Director of the Humboldt Bay Municipal Water District, holds shares in a local environmental firm, and is chair of the ArMack Orchestra parent committee (because, she says, in Humboldt
County, one can't have too many jobs).

Carol Rische is a registered professional engineer who joined the Humboldt Bay Municipal Water District (HBMWD) in 1996. She was appointed General Manager in March 2000. Prior to working at HBMWD, she was employed at PG&E for 12 years, initially in engineering and then in management.

Carol and Sheri's talk focuses on a critically important set of water resource issues for Humboldt County and the wider region. Economic changes in the Humboldt Bay Region, including the closure of some high water consumption industries such as pulp mills, are forcing planners and the broader community to rethink water management in the Mad River watershed. As Carol and Sheri will explain, decisions made over the coming years could have far reaching implications. If you are interested in resource issues and economic development in Humboldt County, this is a talk you don't want to miss.
7:00 pm-8:30 pm

Marx in Soho

Native American Forum
Frustrated with what he sees and hears from our world, Karl Marx returns to earth for one hour to defend the relevance of his ideas and highlight the serious social issues facing the world today. Bob Weick's powerful performance portrays the largeness of the ideas and the human nature of the man. This event is hosted by the departments of Economics, Politics, History, Sociology and Philosophy.
7:30 pm

On the Edge of Your Feet: HSU Dance Concert

Van Duzer Theater
Explore the balancing acts of life in the annual dance concert by HSU dance studies students and faculty. Artistic director is Sharon Butcher, produced by HSU Department of Theatre, Film & Dance.

Ongoing Events:

Time Event Title
Feb 21st-Apr 27th

Fixing the Earth: NOW

Goudi'ni Gallery
Apr 6th-May 19th

The Fools of April: Paintings and Mixed Media Sculpture by David White

First Street Gallery
Apr 6th-May 19th

Nature-Morphic: Works by Annabeth Rosen

First Street Gallery
Apr 8th-Apr 12th

Take Back the Night 2013

UC Quad

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