Thursday, April 3rd

Time Event Title
4:00 pm-5:00 pm

Mathematics Colloquium

Behavioral and Social Sciences Building
"An Introduction to Eulerian Numbers" by Dale Oliver, Ph.D., HSU Mathematics Department
5:00 pm-Apr 4th 6:20 pm

Geology Colloquium

Founders Hall
"Neotectonics, Geodesy, and Seismic Hazard in the northern Walker Lane and Basin and Range of North America," by Steven Wesnousky, Ph.D., Foundation Professor & Director, Center for Neotectonic Studies, University of Nevada, Reno.
5:30 pm-7:00 pm

Sustainable Futures: "Natural Dams and the River Dis-Continuum"

HSU Campus
As part of the Sustainable Futures Speaker Series, Dr. Denise Burchsted will present “Natural Dams and the River Dis-Continuum.”

The billion-dollar river restoration industry relies primarily on the perception that pre-disturbance rivers were free-flowing. Despite the importance of many dam removal projects in restoring anadromous fish runs, this talk emphasizes that not every dam is a bad dam. In particular, remote rivers with limited human influence are dominated by “natural dams,” especially wood jams and beaver dams, which create patchy, discontinuous river systems. These patchy systems have much greater variation in habitat than purely free-flowing ones, which increases their resilience to disturbance and which also increases support for all life stages of critical species such as anadromous fish. This talk presents field research that describes the impacts of natural dams and then describes implications for river restoration when they are included in the pre-disturbance baseline.

Denise Burchsted studies rivers and wetlands across disciplines, with formal training in water resource engineering (BS, University of Connecticut School of Engineering), aquatic ecology (MFS, Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies), and fluvial geomorphology (PhD, University of Connecticut School of Liberal Arts & Sciences). As an Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies at Keene State College and as a Professional Engineer, she applies academic rigor to water resources management and design. In addition to her academic research, she has designed dam removals and other fish passage projects, designed salt marsh and freshwater wetland restoration projects, evaluated restoration alternatives in the Everglades, and led non-profit watershed conservation planning efforts.

The Sustainable Futures Speaker Series is presented by the Environment & Community Graduate Program and the Schatz Energy Research Center.
6:00 pm-9:00 pm

Anthropology Symposium

Behavioral and Social Sciences Building
The Anthropology Department's annual symposium provides a friendly forum for undergraduates to present their work and engage with fellow researchers. This year’s symposium will highlight undergraduate applied research from the four subfields of anthropology and will feature poster and podium presentations.

Research topics include:

• 3-D virtual Curation and Preservation

• Transition Experienced by American Widows

• Using Fecal Steroid Monitoring to Measure Stress in Captive White-Handed Gibbons at the Sequoia Park Zoo

• A Comparative Analysis of the Dialects of Mayan Language

• Warfare Practices in the Southwestern United States

• Historic Bottle Seriation for Northern California

• Geospatial Analysis of Ancient Causeways in Northwestern Belize

Food and refreshments will be provided.
7:30 pm

HSU Dance Concert: “Physical Reality”

Van Duzer Theater
More than 40 dancers perform 10 colorful new dances ranging from ballet to modern, traditional Middle Eastern to hip-hop. Whether it’s Alice in Wonderland or Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, the dynamics of a relationship or patterns of molecules, it’s dance that can express their physical reality.
Includes original music by Tim Gray. Produced by HSU Theatre, Film & Dance, directed by Sharon Butcher.

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
Apr 2nd-Apr 3rd

WRRAP Clothing Swap

Karshner Lounge

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