Wednesday, April 2nd

Time Event Title
12:00 pm-1:30 pm

HSU Centennial: Service Learning

Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center
Humboldt State students are known for community involvement and their dedication to a sustainable future. Join Humboldt State Collections librarian Joan Berman for a look at CCAT, the Campus Center for Appropriate Technology and Y.E.S. House, Youth Educational Services.

In this ongoing series, Berman will explore the relationship of Humboldt State University to the communities and places of Humboldt county as documented by Humboldt Room collections. She will be joined by key players in the stories.

Joan Berman has been a librarian at Humboldt State University since 1972 with prior experience as a children’s librarian in the Bay area and a reference Librarian at UC Berkeley. She became head of the HSU Library Humboldt Room in 1997.
12:00 pm-2:00 pm

100 Years of Radical Social Work

Goodwin Forum
Social Work Department Chair Ronnie Swartz will give a brief introduction of the department and its history, followed by a presentation by professor Cesar Abarca and his students examining the evolution of social work and its commitment to serving marginalized and suppressed communities. Professor Michael Yellowbird, co-author of the recent book “Decolonizing Social Work” will make closing remarks.

Social Work students and faculty are currently working to expand HSU student enrollment in the CalFresh program, which addresses lack of access to nutritious foods. Along with students and faculty in Child Development and Psychology, they are also partnering with local communities to strengthen children and family mental health and social services. Their work will anchor the proposed Pacific North Coast Child Trauma Institute.

Part of the College of Professional Studies' Showcase Month in April, commemorating HSU's 2013-14 Centennial.
1:00 pm-Apr 3rd 6:00 pm

WRRAP Clothing Swap

Karshner Lounge
The Waste Reduction and Resource Awareness Program will be hosting a Clothing Swap on April 2nd and 3rd from 1-6 pm, in the Karshner Lounge, above The Depot.

This event is free with clothes to swap, or a $1 donation for as much clothes as you can find! Just clean out your closets, bring your clothes and swap them out for a better style or fit!
5:00 pm-6:20 pm

Geology Colloquium

Founders Hall
"Quaternary Tectonics of Santa Catalina Islands," Chris Castillo, PhD Candidate, School of Earth Sciences, Geophysics, Stanford University.
7:00 pm-8:30 pm

Eric Freed Memorial Lecture Series Presents "Biblical Criticism and the Historical Jesus"

Native American Forum
Religious Studies is hosting a series of three lectures during the Spring 2014 semester dealing with topics in Religious Studies that were of importance to Fr. Eric Freed. Each of these lecture-discussion sessions will include three presenters and opportunity for question and answer among those in attendance.

Fr. Freed was a scholar in Historical Jesus studies, and he often said that these studies saved his faith. This is particularly remarkable for a Roman Catholic priest, because the scholarship on Jesus challenges many orthodox views on Jesus and Christian theology. This lecture will explore some basic ideas in the study of the Historical Jesus, and why these are important for modern Christian theology.
7:00 pm-8:00 pm

It's Alive! Kombucha Making Workshop

Campus Center for Appropriate Technology
Hosted by Its Alive! Kombucha bar. Come learn how to start and keep your very own kombucha! No need to spend $5 a bottle now, it'll be flowing out of your kitchens!

Ongoing Events:

Time Event Title
Mar 13th-Apr 11th

Future Four Business Concept Contest

HSU Campus
Apr 1st-Apr 30th

College of Professional Studies Showcase Month

TBD
Apr 1st-May 18th

The Spider and the Fly: Works by Gail Wight

First Street Gallery
Apr 1st-May 18th

Laughter in Darkness

First Street Gallery

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