The following list includes highlights of SEALS programs and ways that faculty and staff partner with SEALS in student engagement and leadership development.
Contact: Robert Christensen; phone: (707)826-4221, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Identify a student who would benefit from participation in campus committees and encourage students to become involved in Associated Students.
- Encourage interested students to seek further information regarding shared governance and campus involvement through the AS office or online at www.humboldt.edu/associatedstudents
Contact: Stephanie Lane; phone: (707)826-4529, email: Stephanie.Lane@humboldt.edu
- Advise students in the process to navigate through school with “Athlete Advisor” webpage.
- Supervise Interns in three categories consisting of game management, athletic administration and academic advising.
- Advise the Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC).
- Connect SAAC students with local community service endeavors.
- Facilitate SAAC fundraising efforts which raises money for Make-A-Wish Foundation (www.wish.org)
- Connect the community with outstanding athletic representatives upon request. Such requests include community service, speaking to youth at school functions, letters to alumni financial supporters, and youth sports trainings.
- Present at various community groups in regards to the student athlete experience at Humboldt State
- Provide an extensive academic report on student athlete success annually.
Contact: Cherry Ouellette; phone: (707)826-5454, email: email@example.com
- Schedule presentations on careers in your major, resume writing, job search, interviewing, applying to Graduate School, and Career Center Services.
- Access to job listings including: full-time, summer, and internships locally, nationally and international.
- Request contacts with employers for guest speakers.
- Consider offering extra credit to students attending Career Center Events.
- Encourage students to attend Career Expo to learn more about careers in their major
- Partner with the Career Center in a “Future of Your Professions” event.
- Have your class visit the Career Center for a tour and to check out the Career Library and career resources.
- Encourage your students to attend any of the Career Center sponsored workshops/training events.
- Share the “Career Center’s Four-Year Student Success Plan.”
- Send your students for assistance with all career development aspects including how to obtain internships or career/major related experiences.
Contact: Jenn Soderfelt; phone: (707)826-4195, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Provide custom outdoor adventures for your class or program.
- Can create a team building event similar to what is offered through a "ROPES Course" setting.
- Can provide rental gear related to outdoor activities.
- Can offer a discount on services for other HSU related classes and/or programs.
Contact: Jerri Jones; phone: (707)826-6012, email: email@example.com
- Serve as an advisor and mentor to a Club. (Advisors must be an HSU employee.)
- Present leadership workshops to Club Officers.
- Assist students in obtaining travel grants to attend academic conferences.
- Co-Sponsor guest speakers and events.
Sustainable Living Arts and Music Festival
- Present a workshop or lecture, participate in a presentation/discussion panel, and/or
attend planning meetings.
Welcome Home to Humboldt (first two weeks of fall semester)
- Consider hosting an academic event or department reception.
- Participate in planning an event.
Contact: Tracy Smith; phone: (707)826-4781, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Contact EOP/SSS regarding department-related opportunities for low-income, first-generation, and/or underrepresented students of color.
- Refer EOP/SSS students to the EOP/SSS office for developing skills, applying for, and/or reviewing eligibility requirements for opportunities offered in your department/programs.
- Forward department-related information and events for posting to our EOP/SSS listserv.
Contact: Marissa Mourer; phone: (707)826-3507, email: email@example.com
- Refer outstanding students to the HSU Ambassador program.
- Promote department and campus outreach opportunities to our ambassadors.
- Host a workshop.
- Assist Peer Counselors in registration labs.
- Build connections between HOP and First-Year course content.
- Participate in surveys to help improve our program.
- Review and comment on HOOP Moodle module.
- Plan special programming during scheduled department visits.
Contact: Stacy Becker; phone: (707)826-4963, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Service Learning Staff support for faculty:
- Consultation and assistance in developing “best” Service Learning practices for academic Service Learning courses.
- Assist in connecting students with Community Partners and completing required risk management paperwork such as the Service Learning Learning Site Agreement contract that must be in place with each partner before students serve in the community.
- Support with the “S” Course Designation process under the new policy adopted October, 2010 by the Academic Senate: completion of Service Learning “S” Course Designation
- Form and applying the Service Learning “S” Course Designation Rubric.
- Staff is available to make class presentations to share Community Partner information, complete student risk management forms, talk with students about professionalism and expectations, service learning in general, and conduct reflection activities.
- Library of Service Learning resources available for check out.
- Service Learning in STEM and other disciplines resources (digital syllabi and articles) available.
- Website offers many resources and links for faculty: Service Learning Faculty Info
- Service Learning Faculty Fellows program to build cadres of Service Learning educators at HSU focused on pedagogy and implementation of best Service Learning practices.
- Service Learning trainings, Workshops and Conference opportunities offered throughout the year to faculty.
Contact: Su Karl; phone: (707)826-5206, email: email@example.com
- LPM gives students an introduction to academic support services, study skills, and
- LPM coaches students on meeting with faculty in their first semester at HSU. All LPM students are required to meet with their professors as a class assignment.
- Faculty are part of hiring and training processes for mentors.
Contact: Michele Miyamoto; phone: (707)826-5187, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Learning Center Staff will present discipline-specific study skills, workshops and general presentations about Learning Center services in your classroom.
- Send the Learning Center tutor and Supplemental Instruction recommendations and referrals.
- Refer students in academic difficulty to Learning Center staff for support in developing academic and learning skills.
Contact: Marylyn Paik-Nicely; phone: (707)826-3367, email: email@example.com
MultiCultural Convocation (September)
- Faculty can share artifacts of their areas of study.
- Have a conversation with new students about your discipline.
- Be a collaborator to increase students of color in your major.
Qross Qultural Queer Film Festival – Q-Fest (November)
- Be a member of the planning committee.
- Suggest films and speakers.
- Facilitate the discussion after films.
- Encourage your students to participate in the Q-Fest.
- Offer extra credit for participation.
Social Justice Summit (March)
- Get involved in the planning.
- Suggest keynote speakers and workshop presenters.
- Present a workshop.
- Promote the Summit in your classes.
- Encourage your students to participate in the Summit.
- Offer extra credit for participation.
HSU California Big Time & Social Gathering (April)
- Offer extra credit to students who volunteer at the Big Time.
- Incorporate the Big Time into your curriculum.
Social Justice Education Opportunities (anytime)
- Provide an idea for a speaker or film
- Come and talk to the staff at the MCC.
Contact: Jeremy Davis; phone: (707)826-5534, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Themed Housing – Housing has unique themed living areas based on academic, identity, and social interests. There are a variety of involvement opportunities, especially for faculty in Natural Resource Sciences; Art; Native American Studies; and Critical Race, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. In particular, staff and faculty who assist with these areas are interested in supporting and encouraging the students with this focus. For our current offerings of themed housing, please see: humboldt.edu/housing/communities.html
- Educational program (events) that occur outside the classroom – Each Community Advocate (CA) is required to plan three “curricular” program for residents within housing each semester. They are expected to collaborate with an outside expert such as a university staff, faculty, or community member to provide the event. Student and Professional Staff Training – It is critical that all Residence Life staff are knowledgeable in matters such as academic and support resources on campus, conflict resolution, confrontation, emergency response, and basic helping skills. This frequently requires collaboration with outside professionals to provide up-to-date and relevant trainings. Trainings for student staff occur during late summer, early spring, and bi-monthly during the academic year. Trainings for professional staff occur during the mid-summer.
- Faculty in Residence – We are interested in establishing a “Faculty in Residence” program in Housing. This would consist of a faculty member who is committed to student development and student-faculty relationships. This person would live in a fully furnished rent-free apartment unit within on-campus housing.
- Advising a “Satellite Council” – Staff and Faculty have the opportunity to advise a special interest student organization within Housing that focuses on leadership and identity development; social justice advocacy; or particular social interests of students. For more information on the councils, please see: humboldt.edu/reslife/rha
Contact: Mira Friedman; phone: (707)826-5123, email: email@example.com
- Encourage your students to attend Health Education sponsored events.
- Request a classroom presentation on alcohol and other drugs, stress management, sexual health, LGBTI issues, wellness, and other college health topics.
- Refer students for individual consultations with the Health Educator.
- Encourage students to become peer educators.
Contact: Jen Dyke; phone: (707)826-3558, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Teach in Upward Bound during the summer. This provides an enriching opportunity for many faculty across campus.
- Past and current partnerships and collaboration have included offering GE courses to bridge students such as Native American Studies 104, Communication 100, Psychology 104, Sociology 104 and History 110. HSU faculty and staff are instrumental in the success of our bridge program.
- Refer graduate students to teach or mentor Upward Bound students in Math, English, Literature and Laboratory Science. Grad students and students pursuing their teaching credential have found their experiences teaching in Upward Bound to be rewarding, enlightening, and have had an excellent opportunity to "get their feet wet" before jumping completely into their teaching careers.
Contact: Lorena Boswell; phone: (707)826-4965, email: email@example.com
- Refer students to one of YES’ many volunteer programs to provide real life experience relevant to academic content. Please inform YES Coordinator to ensure that we are prepared to serve your students.
- Request a YES student or staff to present information regarding service opportunities or bring your group for a tour.
- Coordinate YES experience with the Service Learning center paperwork in order to have YES directors verify your students’ participation in our programs.