Wednesday, April 9th

Time Event Title
10:00 am-3:00 pm

Grad Fair

Karshner Lounge
Stop by Karshner Lounge to learn about graduation caps and gowns, faculty regalia, diploma frames, graduation rings, and more!

The Bookstore will have the information you need to walk this graduation!
11:00 am-1:00 pm

CAHSS Majors & Clubs Fair

University Center South Lounge
Come and join your Associated Students College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences Representatives at the Majors & Clubs Fair! This is a great opportunity to meet students, department chairs, and faculty as well as learn about clubs and potential career opportunities. There will be fun activities, prizes, and free food ... so don’t miss out!
3:00 pm-5:00 pm

Psychology Open House

Behavioral and Social Sciences Building
Talk to an expert about human emotions, thoughts and behaviors.

Part of the College of Professional Studies Showcase Month and HSU's 2013-14 Centennial year.
4:00 pm-5:00 pm

Take Back the Night 2014 - Party With Consent

HSU Campus
How can we centralize consent within the party scene and "CHECK IT" if we see an absence of consent? Come to the workshop to learn new skills and fun ways you and others can throw consent-centered parties!
5:00 pm-6:30 pm

Real Talk about Real Food

Behavioral and Social Sciences Building
Join us for a dialogue on food at HSU! This is a space to talk about changes you would like to see in our university food system, learn about what the Real Food Challenge is, and how you can get involved!
6:00 pm

Women of Fire Speaker Series

Native American Forum
"Traditional Fire Management in Africa" presented by Dr. Ramona Butz (US Forest Service).

Part of the Women of Fire Speaker Series presented by the Student Association for Fire Ecology.
6:00 pm-7:30 pm

Science on Tap

Blondie's Food & Drink
Burn, Baby Burn: The Impacts of Wildfire on Mountain Streams, presented by Alison O'Dowd, of HSU's Department of Environmental Science & Management.

Knowledge of the hydrological and geomorphological impacts of wildfire has advanced significantly over the past 50 years. Yet, the effects of wildfire remain difficult to predict because they vary with characteristics of the fire and watershed affected, as well as intensities and spatial extent of precipitation. These challenges are especially magnified in deciphering the response of step-pool streams that characterize steep, rugged terrain.

This study documents the response of step-pool streams within Pike National Forest, Colorado, following the 2012 Waldo Canyon Fire, one of several recent wildfires that spread across the Colorado Front Range. Physical and biological stream data were collected immediately following the burn and one year post-fire. Repeat measurements following the first geomorphologically significant event in July 2013 revealed a variable response.

These results underscore the difficulties of generalizing and predicting the impacts of wildfire, as well as the importance of long-term repeated observations.

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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