Dear Campus Community,
Due to the ongoing situation with COVID-19, the HSU Library, including the Library Cafe, will close on Friday, March 27 at noon until further notice. We remain committed to supporting your learning and growth and will continue to offer several remote resources and services, listed below:
- Library Instruction Online: Available upon request. Please email Librarians@humboldt.edu
- Library Virtual Services: Chat with a research librarian 24/7
- Research Help Desk: To reach HSU librarians email firstname.lastname@example.org, 10am-4pm
- SkillShops Online: Workshops for academic and professional growth
- Special Collections: Digital collections are available anytime, email consultations are available Monday-Friday, 9am-4pm, please email email@example.com
- Textbook access: Please check our online Textbooks resources
You can also find a full list of resources and services the Library offers.
- Students who have technology needs should submit a help ticket to ITS here.
- Laptops: The library has a limited number of Chromebook computers available for students long term checkout. To have a laptop shipped to you while they last, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and include your name, student ID#, and mailing address.
Please call the ITS Help Desk (707) 826-4357 or humboldt.edu/techhelp for technical support.
- Remote Instruction, Learning & Working
Also please note overdue fines have been suspended until June 1. The date is subject to change if needed.
Thank you for your understanding. Please email the Library at email@example.com or call (707) 826-3431 and leave a message if you need assistance. We will get back to you as soon as possible!
HSU Library Dean
At the Brain Booth, our purpose is to help students manage stress, optimize learning, and promote overall wellness. In this time of major changes, we are working on finding new ways to support our campus community through Virtual Brain Booth Hours.
Wednesdays and Thursdays at 12 pm the Brain Booth Student Assistants will be going live on Instagram to share ways of how you can manage stress at home. Join us to start a conversation on how to cope with this crisis and be our best selves overall.
The Brain Booth Student Assistants will be available on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 11am-3 pm to answer questions and speak individually for “virtual drop-in hours.” Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or dm us at @hsubrainbooth on Instagram to start a conversation with an assistant. We are here to help!
Katia & the Brain Booth Student Assistants
On Pi Day, March 14, 2020, Humboldt State University Library announced the release of Citing Insights, open source software designed to streamline the assessment of student papers. Five HSU undergraduate students working at HSU Library have successfully developed this powerful and unique software for information literacy and other assessments.
Cyril Oberlander, Library Dean shared, “Thanks to one-time funding from the California State University Graduation Initiative 2025 and the support of HSU, we employed amazing students to build Citing Insights. This software provides much needed automation to support assessment of information literacy and other competencies, including the evaluation of sources of citations used in student papers featuring standard or customized rubrics.”
What can Citing Insights do? It streamlines assessment of student papers. Just upload one or a set of papers, and Citing Insights automatically detects the citations in the paper, enabling one click access to the sources of citations via Semantic Scholar, Google Scholar, or a library’s discovery system. You can also evaluate the paper and citations using the built in Information Literacy or Critical Thinking Value rubrics from the AAC&U, or create and edit your own rubrics, and even add annotations. Lastly, you can output the results for assessment, or provide feedback to students.
HSU faculty, librarians, and staff contributed feedback during several software sprints and alpha testing of this innovative prototype during fall semester. Thanks to everyone’s feedback, the Citing Insights Team; Cindy Batres, Elizabeth Lujan, Ben Miller, Kyle Smith, and Mitchell Waters, are sharing Citing Insights with the world on this Pi day, with a planned full version release this May. You can find and download Citing Insights Beta at: github.com/hsu-library-project-x/citing-insights-beta
HSU Library internships and project-based student employment opportunities are designed to empower effective learning to solve challenges faced by higher education and the community at large. One of the key questions for Citing Insights is how can we make assessment easier. The first phase of development for Citing Insights answers that question by reducing the workload of assessment. Once the full version is released, the next version of Citing Insights will support students research and writing; answering our second key question: how can we assist student research and writing anytime and anywhere? Building this tool will be as ambitious as the supporting assessment with automation software.
Ben Miller … “This experience at the library improved our ability to work in teams, develop a product to meet client needs, and expanded our knowledge – we had to acquire new programming languages, learn project management and agile development skills… working at the library was an invaluable experience.”
The Citing Insights team and Cyril Oberlander, Dean of the Library, will co-present Citing Insights and student software development projects, at the American Library Association Annual Conference (LITA program) in Chicago June 2020, showcasing the importance of engaging students in solving grand challenges. Cyril adds “I am excited to see the additional features planned for the Version 1 release, advancing assessment features for groups and adding inter-rater reliability norming and analytics will significantly make assessment easier and more powerful. Libraries are innovative engines in higher education, as we engage students in project-based learning, we provide practical and powerful strategies to rapidly prototype, test, effectively iterate, and thereby shape the future of higher education.”
For more information, please contact Cyril Oberlander, Library Dean at: Cyril.Oberlander@Humboldt.edu
This event has been postponed and may possibly be presented during L4HSU this summer.
The Extraordinary Voyage of Kamome: A Tsunami Boat Comes Home by Lori Dengler and Amya Miller is the first publication from the Humboldt State University Press. HSU emeritus Professor Lori Dengler will present this special event to highlight California Tsunami Week. Discover the sequence of extraordinary events that began with a great earthquake, followed by a tsunami and the voyage of a small boat called Kamome. This presentation will walk you through what happened and how Kamome became a miracle boat, bringing out the best in people and showing that acts of kindness really do matter. Amy Uyeki, illustrator of this wonderful book will share her animated film for the first time at HSU.
This event will be rescheduled for Fall Semester
HSU Library, Oh SNAP!, and two filmmakers, Jessica Eden and Jennifer Bell, invite you to join this fun evening of films and food.
GOING WITH THE GRAIN describes the resurgence of locally grown grains in Humboldt County including wheat and quinoa. Learn from several entrepreneurs how they have incorporated local grains into their products.
COASTAL FOODS: SOWING THE SEEDS OF SUSTAINABILITY explores Humboldt's coastal local food movement including Community Supported Agriculture farms (CSAs), Native community health, and how important young people are to the future of local foods.
Come meet the filmmakers, learn about Oh SNAP!, and eat delicious local food! This is a FREE event.
"Food for Thought" is a DreamMaker project of the Ink People Center for the Arts. These films recognize the outstanding work of local food enthusiasts. Come celebrate our community and food connections!
Let us know what you think about how the Library can be better for you and the HSU campus and community. Tell us about your experiences here in the library and help us advocate for change in identifying and addressing issues around diversity and equity for other HSU students, staff, and faculty, as well as the local community. Your participation is fully voluntary and information will be kept confidential.
There are three ways you can participate:
Survey options (5 minutes):
- Online survey at hsu.link/librarysurvey
- Printed survey (located in the Library Lobby)
Focus Groups are one hour. Register now at hsu.link/libraryfocusgroup. Snacks and drinks provided!
- World Cafe group dialogues will be held later this Spring 2020 (80 minutes). Snacks and drinks provided!
We look forward to hearing what you have to say and hope to be able to turn your thoughts into actions here at the HSU Library. Thank you in advance for your participation!
For more details and links, visit libguides.humboldt.edu/librarysurvey.
Join us for a communal updating of Wikipedia entries on subjects related to art and feminism on Wednesday, March 4 from 12-3pm in the Library Lab 121. We will provide tutorials for the beginner Wikipedian, reference materials, and refreshments. We'll have a computer lab for you to work in and suggestions for pages to edit, but you can also bring your laptop and ideas for entries that need updating or creation. People of all gender identities and expressions are invited to participate.
This year the Art+Feminism Edit-a-thon is happening as a workshop for the Humboldt State University Social Justice Summit. For more information events on the schedule visit: https://summit.humboldt.edu/welcome-2017-social-justice-summit
Pre-register for this event at: https://forms.gle/AJS7tpCa6Qbq7ZCB7.
Contact Kimberly Stelter at email@example.com for more information.
Webinar: Challenging the Normalization of Hate: Strategies for Truth, Racial Healing, & Transformation
How can Truth, Racial Healing & Transformation (TRHT) inform strategies to address the increasing normalization of hate within our communities? Attend this webinar on Tuesday, Feb. 18, 12-1:30pm in Library 114 to find out more. Given the power of the internet and social media for spreading white supremacist thought, Jessie Daniels, the author of Cyber Racism, will share strategies for countering the spread of racist ideology. Panelists from three TRHT Campus Centers—Jermaine Pearson (Brown University), Charmaine DM Royal (Duke University), and J. Goosby Smith (The Citadel, the Military College of South Carolina)—will also discuss how the TRHT Framework can bring about radical change, through storytelling, active listening, and community-engaged work. There will be time for Q & A during the webinar and there will be a facilitated discussion afterwards. This webinar is co-sponsored by Office of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion.
Join us on Tuesday, March 10th from 5-7pm for some hands-on crafting using paper, yarn, and cardboard to create wall-hangings for your apartment or dorm in the Library Makerspace (3rd floor across from Special Collections).
Snacks and supplies will be provided by Housing and Residence Life and WRRAP will be providing additional recycled materials for your creative use.
Contact Kimberly Stelter at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Imagine an innovative solution to a problem business are facing, or a new business idea you would like to introduce to the Humboldt area… Business Showcase Day is that opportunity! At Business Showcase Day, HSU students can discuss with local business representatives possibilities for local industry growth, innovation, internships and potential employment.
To promote student-local business networking, businesses are invited to table and showcase their services, goals, and opportunities or challenges; students will gain real world examples they can draw upon to develop innovative solutions in preparation for StartUp Weekend and Hackathon later in the spring.
On Thursday, February 27, from 5pm-7pm, businesses and students from diverse academic disciplines are invited to enjoy conversation, food, and soft beverages at the D Street Neighborhood Center, 1301 D Street, Arcata.
For more questions and further details, please contact HSU Librarian, Louis Knecht: email@example.com or 707-826-4072
Interested in working at the Library? Two areas are looking for student assistants - HSU Press and Special Collections. Join the friendly crew at the Library and gain valuable experience while working flexible hours.
HSU Press: Will work on scholarly communications, HSU Press, open education, and office projects as needed. Duties may include master’s thesis reviews, writing, editing, typesetting, graphic design, research, digitization, project management, and/or marketing as needed. Need good communications skills and attention to detail. Knowledge of Adobe Suite, editing, or marketing a plus, but not required. 10-12 hrs per week. $13.25 per hour. For additional information and to apply, go to humboldt.joinhandshake.com.
Special Collections: Love researching Humboldt history? Excited to share your passion with other students? The HSU Library Special Collections is hiring student assistants for a variety of projects. Under the supervision of the Special Collections Librarian, student duties include:
- Provide research and library assistance for HSU students and community users.
- Teach researchers how to navigate the Special Collections website, catalog, database and finding aids.
- Complete collection inventories and photoduplication requests.
- Answer the Humboldt Room phone and reply to distance researcher requests.
- Promote Special Collections via social media and blogs.
- Updating the content of the Humboldt Room website and perform quality control for archival projects.
- Provide access to the rare book collection while maintaining the safety of the collection.
- Edit Wikipedia pages related to Humboldt County History in order to direct researchers to collections in the archive.
- Graphic design projects.
- Create physical and digital exhibits to promote Special Collections to visitors.
Skills Required: Experience using the Humboldt Room collections. Knowledge of archival procedures and standards. Ability to work independently and use problem solving skills and independent judgement.
Other Competencies Required: Dependable, proactive, show initiative, interest in Special Collections or library work.
Preferred Skills: Maintain accurate statistics Familiarity with Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, Access), Adobe Photoshop and Indesign, scanning, efficient typing, web creation, video editing, or text editing are bonuses.
Timeline for interested applicants: Resumes will be reviewed from date of job posting until Monday, February 3, 2020. Interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis until the position closes. Please apply early.
Application Information: Please email the following four items to Carly Marino, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Library Student Assistant Application
- Work Availability
- Resume with names and contact information for two references
- Cover letter stating why you are interested in this job and how it relates to your professional goals after you graduate
$13.25 per hour
The HSU Library and Office of the Provost are delighted to host the Annual HSU Authors Celebration for scholarly and creative works recently published by HSU Authors.
Please join us Friday, February 14 from 3-5pm in the Authors Hall on the 2nd floor to celebrate alumni, emeriti, faculty, staff, student authors, and readers, and to enjoy refreshments.
We are preparing HSU Author posters with all the 2019 authors. Please let us know about your publications by January 31. Details and photos from previous celebrations are available at library.humboldt.edu/about/HSUauthors.html.
We hope to see you there!
Thank you for sharing your creative and scholarly works. We are honored to showcase them in the HSU Authors Hall in the Library.
Due to concerns about the spread of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) we are canceling the planned workshops effective immediately until further notice. If there are any questions about the workshops please contact Louis Knecht at email@example.com.
The Humboldt State University Library and the Humboldt County Library are offering free workshops to the community centered around computer skills and professional development thanks in large part by a California State Library Services and Technology Act grant.
The Innovative Digital Literacies Grant will fund workshops openly available to the Humboldt community and will be hosted at the Humboldt County Library Main Branch. Digital literacy is a crucial skill for expanding career opportunities and supporting professional growth in the community and these workshops will involve the participants the chance to engage with Google Chromebooks to enhance these technology abilities.
Workshops, ranging from using Google Suite applications, building resumes and cover letters, using and sending PDF documents, and making graphic design materials such as posters and advertisements, will aide participants in connecting current strengths with needed skills for the local job market. The Humboldt County Library and Humboldt State University Library will also offer workshops that support community conversations using a program called Voicethread.
These programs will address community needs of access to technology, job market readiness, and confidence with using digital literacy skills in everyday life.
Starting in January 2020, the workshops will be offered and divided into several series: PDF document Usership, Professional Development, Google Suite, Canva Graphic Design, and Voicethread. Unless specified these workshops will be offered at the Humboldt County Library Main Branch in Eureka.
PDF Essentials will focus on learning about the document format, why businesses use it, and different applicabilities of PDF document sending and viewing.
- PDF Introduction and Basics - Saturday 1/11 @ 3-4 pm
- PDF Uses and Viewership - Wednesday 1/22 @ 5-6 pm
A second round of this workshop series will be offered at the Arcata Library Branch:
- PDF Introduction and Basics - Thursday 3/5 @ 6-7 pm
- PDF Uses and Viewing - Thursday 3/26 @ 6-7 pm
Google Suite workshops will center around Chromebook technology with the different uses of Google applications that are popular in today’s working environment. Starting with creating a Google account, these workshops will teach participants how to create documents, spreadsheets, and slide show presentations in the Google Suite. This series will combine technology with professional development and is a highlight of our workshop line up!
- Intro to Google Account - Saturday 2/15 @ 3-4 pm
- Google Docs - Saturday 2/22 @ 3-4 pm
- Google Sheets - Saturday 2/29 @ 3-4 pm
- Google Slides - Saturday 3/7 @ 3-4 pm
A second round of this workshop series will be offered:
- Intro to Google Account - Wednesday 4/22 @ 5-6 pm
- Google Docs - Wednesday 4/29 @ 5-6 pm
- Google Sheets - Wednesday 5/6 @ 5-6 pm
- Google Slides - Wednesday 5/13 @ 5-6 pm
Professional Development will focus on identifying the dynamic skills that community participants already possess, how to communicate those skills effectively, and what jobs are looking for in a successful application. This will involve exploring career interests, creating elevator pitches, composing resumes and cover letters, and guest appearances from local business representatives to provide insight and feedback.
- Recognizing Skills and Experience - Wednesday 2/5 @ 5-6 pm
- Exploring Careers - Wednesday 2/12 @ 5-6 pm
- Writing a Resume and Cover Letter - Wednesday 2/19 @ 5-6 pm
- Resume and Cover Letter contd. and review - Wednesday 2/26 @ 5-6 pm
A second round of this workshop series will be offered:
- Recognizing Skills and Experience - Saturday 5/02 @ 3-4 pm
- Exploring Careers - Thursday 5/07 @ 6-7 pm (Arcata Branch)
- Writing a Resume and Cover Letter - Thursday 5/28 @ 6-7 pm (Arcata Branch)
- Resume and Cover Letter continued and review - Saturday 5/30 @ 3-4 pm
Canva is a free internet-based graphic design program that offers templates for many different purposes, ranging from flyers to resumes. These workshops will teach participants how to interweave creativity with goals related to marketing, self-promotion, and professional development. Learn how to let your message be heard through these Canva graphic design workshops!
- Intro to Canva and application - Wednesday 3/11 @ 5-6 pm
- Creating Flyers - Wednesday 3/18 @ 5-6 pm
- Creating Resumes - Wednesday 3/25 @ 5-6 pm
Voicethread, a web browser based program, will engage participants in communication, collaboration, and connectivity through technology. By engaging in conversations with other members of the Humboldt community using Chromebooks, those partaking in these workshops will learn how technology can be used to comment, add video or audio, and share perspective on popular topics.
- Introduction to Voicethread Program - Saturday 3/28 @ 3-4 pm
- Conversations with Voicethread - Saturday 4/04 @ 3-4 pm
- Conversations with Voicethread - Saturday 4/11 @ 3-4 pm
- Conversations with Voicethread - Saturday 4/18 @ 3-4 pm
- Conversations with Voicethread - Saturday 4/25 @ 3-4 pm
The HSU Library and Humboldt County Library partners are grateful for the support in whole or in part by the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act, administered in California by the State Librarian.
For more information on program offerings, contact the HSU Digital Literacies Librarian and grant coordinator, Louis Knecht at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 707-826-4072; or Corin Balkovek at the Humboldt County Library at 707-269-1935 or email@example.com.
For more information about the California State Library and the Library Services and Technology Act visit https://www.library.ca.gov/grants/library-services-technology-act/
Each year on January 30, HSU observes the annual Fred Korematsu Day of Civil Liberties and the Constitution. This year, a pop-up museum of WWII internment camp artifacts will be on display on the first floor of the HSU Library from January 14-27, 2020. There will be originally designed banners explaining the history of the Japanese American incarceration camps, artifacts and ephemera collected from camp survivors, as well as books and posters will be on display in various exhibit cases and the lobby. Visitors can learn about the experiences of Japanese American families incarcerated in the WWII internment camps by perusing this pop-up museum featuring family objects and photos from camp, belonging to local Humboldt County Japanese American residents whose family members were interned.
San Jose Taiko will be coming to Humboldt with their exciting performance of SWINGPOSIUM ON THE ROAD. They will provide a 30-minute stage performance followed by a Q & A in Van Duzer Theater at 7pm, Thursday, Jan. 30. THis performance is free and open to everyone. Q & A will address constitutional rights and the laws eroded that protected people of color, different ethnicities or religions. We hope to foster dialogue around human and civil rights, and honor the resilience of the Japanese Americans who endured illegal mass incarceration. This performance is funded by HSU Library and HSU Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.
Swingposium will transport audiences back to the days of World War II and tell the story of big bands in the Japanese American incarceration camps. It is a celebration of the big band music that was a source of hope in the camps and a connection to the outside world. There will be additional performances in the community from Jan. 29 through Feb. 1. For more information, plus a sample of the Swingposium, see https://taiko.org/swingposium.
Additional Performances Information:
Four public performances will be presented: a free public performance Jan. 30 at the Humboldt State University Van Duzer Theater and three ticketed performances on Jan. 31 and Feb. 1 at Bayside Community Hall, 2297 Jacoby Creek Road. Tickets for the Bayside performances are $10, and will go on sale Saturday, Jan. 4 at brownpapertickets.com and Wildberries Market in Arcata. All events have been coordinated by Taiko Swing Humboldt, a project of the Humboldt Folklife Society.
On Jan. 30 at 7 p.m., in observance of the Fred Korematsu Day of Civil Liberties and the Constitution, a 30-minute performance followed by discussion will be presented in the Van Duzer Theater. This performance is free to the public, funded by the HSU Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and the HSU Library Foundation. The week prior to Jan. 30, banners explaining the history of the Japanese American incarceration camps and artifacts and ephemera collected from camp survivors will be displayed in the HSU Library lobby.
The three Bayside Community Hall performances will begin with a 30-minute “talk story” before audience members are immersed in a 90-minute Swingposium living history experience at the dance. Doors will open 15 minutes prior to these performances on Jan. 31 at 6:30 p.m. and Feb. 1, at 2:30 and 6:30 p.m. Because attendees are “at the dance,” the audience will be standing for the duration of the performance, with only limited seating available upon request for persons with limited mobility. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org, call 707-633-3155 (voice mail) or go to @taikoswinghumboldt on Facebook.
Data provides students with a granular view of the world around them. Understanding the world with data is critical to the social sciences, especially because many students tend to assume that opinions, not data, will determine their educational experience. It is by exploring and visualizing data in the social sciences that students and researchers can gain meaningful insights into the problems and challenges which human societies face today.
How has economic inequality affected minorities in the U.S.? How have demographic shifts over time impacted the growth of American cities? How many people are opting to not get married in the U.S. and how does that impact the population going forward? How to examine these and other topics with data forms the crux of this webinar offered on Tuesday, January 21, 11am-12pm in the Library Fishbowl.
Dr. Quentin Kilpatrick, an instructor at Virginia Commonwealth University, will lead this webinar and discuss how he brings real-world data to life for his students in the social sciences. Using Social Explorer, Dr. Kilpatrick tells the story of American society. Learn how he integrates storytelling with data using Social Explorer in the courses that he teaches. Social Explorer is a premier data visualization and mapping tool, currently enhancing the research experience in over 400 academic libraries in the U.S. This is a timely webinar for all data and social science librarians, and for anyone interested in examining the social world today with data.
Quentin Kilpatrick is a recent Ph.D. graduate from Florida State University. His research interests are focused on the environmental and personal factors that shape stress exposure, mental health, and health behaviors in the transition from adolescence through adulthood. His research has examined how stress impacts the mental and physical health of individuals across social statuses of age, gender, race/ethnicity, and nativity. He currently splits his time between teaching at Virginia Commonwealth University and working in theater productions in New York.
Nonprofits often solely appeal to donors’ compassion to inspire giving. But emerging research in the philanthropic sector raises concerns that donor empathy as a primary cause of giving may be declining, driven by donor burnout, and overtaken by other reasons. Is this an actual trend, one that manifests across all donor segments? And if so, what might this mean for nonprofits?
This webinar on Wednesday, January 22 from 11am-12pm in the Library Fishbowl will explore changing motivations for philanthropy, changes over time in charitable giving, and possible generational differences in approaches to philanthropy. This program Will Further Explore:
- Insights into key motivations for giving, based on new research
- Practical strategies to implement in response to potentially changing giving motivations
- Understandings of generational differences in giving, and what these means for your organization
The Library Makerspace is open for use at any time, but sometimes you need a meeting time to get other makers together. Starting Spring semester, during Meet Up and Make Hours, Monday through Saturday 12-2pm & 5-7pm, you can meet with a librarian the first hour, or with other makers (like yourselves), or work on self-directed projects.
Come to Meet Ups to chat about projects, ideas, and troubleshooting for all kinds of maker topics, or just to get connected with other people interested in being creative. Some Meet Ups will feature maker-related SkillShops with time to work on a related project or practice skills that you explored in the SkillShop. Other Meet Ups will be thematic or open for free play.
Thursdays from 12-2pm, join us for the fiber craft focused meet up Stitching Together.
See the Makerspace guide for more event information and come on up to the 3rd floor and join us!
Are you interested in the tourism and travel industry? Apply to be a Library Scholar Intern!
HSU Library is seeking two Library Scholar Interns to work as a team on a Tourism & Travel Project that runs from February to May 20, 2020. This paid internship provides a stipend of $500 upon the completion of the internship project, consisting of:
- developing an exhibit May 5-11 and an event for National Tourism Day on May 7
- performing research and gathering information and data about tourism and travel for Humboldt County
- developing a resource guide.
Team roles and duties will be tailored to the talents and interests of the interns.
In addition to developing a resource guide, the Library Scholars will:
- Maintain an internship log, including experiences and challenges that they encountered over the course of their project. Meet together at least one hour each week.
- Perform research and interviews to gather resources, develop a resource guide and suggested resources on tourism and travel, eco- and edu- tourism, and other related resources.
- Gather information from a variety of sources - web pages, news sources, interviews, etc, - to understand the tourism and travel interests at HSU and in the region.
- Evaluate existing travel apps and how Humboldt County is represented.
- Write a brief reflection of the internship.
HSU students will work individually and as a team to gain hands-on experience researching, evaluating resources, and developing a resource guide of recommended readings for tourism and travel.
For more information or to apply, please send a brief resume, availability schedule, and brief cover letter expressing your interest for this unique opportunity to Cyril Oberlander, Dean of HSU Library at Cyril.Oberlander@Humboldt.edu by Friday, January 31, 2020..
Semester break beings Saturday, December 21. Please see the Library Hours webpage for details.
The Learning Center is there for you to help prepare for finals. There will be light snacks, raffle prizes, and more at the following events on the first floor:
- Monday, Dec. 9, 5-8pm - The One Where We Kick-off Study Week
- Tuesday, Dec. 10, 5-8pm - The One When We have a Physics Power Hour & Mission to Math
- Wednesday, Dec. 11, 5-8pm - The One Where We have a Chem Crunch
- Thursday, Dec. 12, 5-8pm - The One Where We have a Bio Bonanza
- Friday, Dec. 13, 10am-2pm - The One Friday Before Finals