HSU will observe the annual Fred Korematsu Day of Civil Liberties and the Constitution with documentary films and a discussion of the history of Japanese American World War II internment camps on Monday, Jan. 30 at 4pm in Library's Fishbowl. The public is invited. The documentaries are "Pilgrimage" directed by Tadashi Nakamura, "Days of Waiting" directed by Steven Okazaki, and "Children of the Campus" directed by Stephen Holsapple. This observance marks the state of California's decision in 2010 to designate January 30 as the annual anniversary honoring Korematsu for his lifelong fight for civil rights. In the years before Korematsu's death in 2005, he served on the Constitution Project's bipartisan Liberty and Security Committee. The project is a think tank that advocates rule of law and criminal justice programs.
Youth Educational Services (Y.E.S.) offers a wide variety of volunteering opportunities through their 16 programs including environmental education, elderly companionship, ESL tutoring and much more. Meet the program directors in the Library Lobby on Thursday, January 26 from 12-2pm and learn more!
It's that time of year again! Please submit Print Reserves and E-Reserves/ONCORES requests as soon as possible to allow time to prepare materials by the first week of Spring '17 classes. Please remember that due to copyright restrictions only ONE part (chapter/article) from the SAME SOURCE (book/periodical) can be on reserve at one time. See the Reserves page for more information or go directly to the ONCORES Request Form or the Print Reserve Request Form. For additional information, contact the ONCORES/Reserves staff by email or call 826-4401/3431, or stop by the Library Checkout Desk.
As you may know, the national average annual cost of textbooks is $1,200 per student. In Fall semester 2015 at HSU, there were six textbooks that cost over $300. The more titles we can place on reserve, the more difference we can make to students impacted by the high price of textbooks. Please consider lending or donating any copies of required textbooks you want to place on reserve. Students greatly appreciate your assistance, and we sincerely appreciate your support.
We look forward to joining you in contributing to student success at HSU. We're here to help if you have questions or need assistance. Contact us at 826-4401/3431 or by email.
Each February, students in 4th grade through high school compete in Humboldt County History Day, held at Humboldt State University. Through the rigorous process of researching and preparing creative and original History Day projects, students learn and analyze issues, ideas, people, and events in history and apply that knowledge to their projects. The projects must reflect that year’s National History Day theme.
- Participate to add this important event to your résumé!
- Attend and support future HSU students!
- Complimentary refreshments for volunteers and judges!
For registration information and History Day 2017 resources, please visit humboldtrisingstars.org/events/history-day.
The HSU Canvas Project Team is hosting all-day, drop-in support to help faculty set up their courses in the Canvas LMS. Come by for 15 minutes or 3 hours. No registration is necessary but bring your laptop/mobile device and course materials.
Canvas Spring Migration Week is January 17-20 from 8am to 5pm in Library 310. Enjoy cookies and coffee.
For more information, contact eLearning@humboldt.edu or 826-4461.
Applications for a temporary full-time position for General Reference & Instructional Librarian will have first review on January 12, 2017.
Join the wonderful staff and faculty at the HSU Library! More information can be found on the Academic Personnel Services website.
Author Richard Edward Benoit will read from his book A Pinch of Powder in the Fishbowl from 7:30pm to 8:30pm on Wednesday, February 8, followed by a discussion and a book signing. A Pinch of Powder is the first book in the Pulvology series. Dr. Benoit studied chemistry and biology in college. He went on to get a doctorate in dental surgery. While working in Guatemala, he was captivated by a local story and felt it needed to be recorded. And so began his love of writing. Let's gather in the Fishbowl to celebrate this book launch!
The Library Faculty Personnel Committee is seeking your input to assist in the evaluation of the following tenure-track librarians:
- Brianne Hagen, Metadata & Cataloging Librarian
- Carly Marino, Special Collections Librarian & Archivist
- Marissa Mourer, College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences Librarian
- Kyle Morgan, Scholarly Communications & Digital Scholarship Librarian
If you have experience working with Brianne, Carly, Marissa, or Kyle, we welcome your feedback. You may contact us in one of three ways:
- Submit written comments addressed to: Library Faculty Personnel Committee, Library, Humboldt State University, One Harpst Street, Arcata, CA 95521. Deadline: 3pm, Tuesday, January 17, 2017.
- Email the Committee Chair at George.Wrenn@humboldt.edu. Deadline: 3pm, Tuesday, January 17, 2017 (please include “Feedback on [Librarian Name] in the subject line.)
- Visit Library Room 109A (Next to InterLibrary Loan), from 1 to 2:30 P.M. on Monday, December 12th to meet with a representative of the Committee. Note: Student input must be in writing.
As part of our effort to support lower educational costs and promote the great work of faculty, HSU Press is seeking faculty interested in publishing open-access textbooks. Thanks to grant funding from CSU’s Affordable Learning Solutions (AL$), Humboldt State University Press will pay $1,500 for accepted and published manuscripts. HSU Press will provide copy-editing and graphic design services, and manage peer-review for accepted titles. Submission deadline has been extended to January 3, 2017.
Meet the teams from Therapy Dogs International bringing their wonderful dogs to campus for your enjoyment. Take a break from studying or reward yourself after your final to relax with a retreiver, love a lab, hug a husky, or pet a pug. They are here for you to enjoy! Come to the Library Lobby on Monday, December 12 from 1-2:30pm or Tuesday, December 13 from 6:30-8pm.
Come see what interesting research the senior wildlife students conducted! Posters will be displayed outside the Fishbowl on the 2nd floor from 4-6pm on Thursday, December 8th. Cookies and refreshments will be served.
Please join us for the HSU Trilingual Poetry Reading being held on Tuesday, December 6th at 6pm in the Library's Fishbowl, L209.
Enjoy the sharing of poetry in Spanish, English, and Spanglish.
The Library's Special Collections invites current students to submit an application for the Humboldt State University Library Scholar Internship. This internship offers students an opportunity to work in the Humboldt Room and gain valuable experience with archives, manuscripts, and rare books. Over the course of half a semester, students will have hands-on experience in special collections, archives, public history, and museum studies as a profession. Deadline Friday, December 9.
The Digital Media Lab encourages interested students to apply for a new Digital Media Student Internship. DML interns will work with and assist other students on developing digital media projects, primarily video, audio, photo and web-based projects. This semester-long internship will provide interns with hands-on experience creating a variety of digital media projects as well as learning design-thinking approaches to planning projects. Deadline Friday, December 23.
For more information including application process and samples of past work, see the Library Scholars Internships webpage.
Teaching & Learning Monthly Luncheon, Thursday, December 1, 12:00-1:00pm
End of the Semester Strategies: Reconnect, Review, Reflect
Please join us for lunch in the Library's Fishbowl (second floor, L209). This is a supportive space for faculty to discuss, share, and apply learning and teaching ideas, concepts, and practices in support of student success. In this session, we will provide examples of how to end your semester with reconnection, review, and reflection of learning. Join your colleagues and learn about the following:
- Reconnnecting with "Five Memorable Finales in Five Minutes" with Deidre Pike
- Reviewing with a "hands-on" spatial thinking game with Amy Rock
- Reflecting on learning goals with Christine Dobrowolski
Please RSVP for the lunch by November 29, 2016: Registration
The HSU QOLT* Team
(*HSU Quality Learning and Teaching Best Practices Guide)
For more information, see the Center for Teaching & Learning website.
Ian F. Haney Lopez spoke at Humboldt State University on November 3, 2016, as part of the 2016 annual Campus Dialogue on Race. Are coded racial statements--so-called "dog whistle" statements--imperiling the middle class and efforts to realize social justice? The keynote address tackles this question and more. Rejecting any simple story of malevolent and obvious racism, Professor Ian Haney Lopez explored the fundamental connection between the two central themes that dominate American politics today: the Republican Party's increasing reliance on white voters, and the destabilization and decline of the middle class. Putting the use of race in the 2016 presidential campaign into a larger historical context, Haney Lopez asked where we go from here.
The HSU Library, along with Campus Dialogue on Race, the Native American Studies Department, and other campus partners brought An American Genocide: The United States and the California Indian Catastrophe author Benjamin Madley to Humboldt State University November 2nd and 3rd.
Listen to the KHSU interview here - http://khsu.org/post/past-shapes-present
Wednesday November 2nd:
- 11:00-12:30pm: Lecture: Tolowa Genocide (video now available)
- 5:00-7:00pm: Lecture: The Question of Genocide in American History (video now available)
Thursday November 3rd:
- 11:00-1:00pm: Book Talk with Q&A: An American Genocide: The United States and the California Indian Catastrophe, 1846-1873 (video now available)
Thank you to those providing funding and support: Campus Dialogue on Race, Centers for Academic Excellence, College of eLearning and Extended Education, College of Professional Studies, English Department, History Department, ITEPP, Joyce Lopes, Native American Studies Department, Sofia Pereira, RISS, University Library.
Attend a free talk by Andrea Wulf, author of The Invention of Nature: Alexander von Humboldt's New World, on Monday, October 24. Tickets are available from CenterArts and more information can be found on the Library's Book of the Year website or in the large glass display case off the Library Lobby.
Please join us for an afternoon of scientific research presentations by undergraduate students in the College of Natural Resources & Sciences. Learn more about plant-insect ecology, astronomy, elk in Humboldt, and much more! Outside of the Fishbowl on the 2nd floor, you can see poster presentations and have casual conversations with student presenters from noon until 2pm with oral presentations in the Fishbowl from 2-4pm. Come see what your fellow students are doing in the science fields!