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Aging Well, Life Care Humboldt

OLLI OLLI Brown Bag Lunch Online with Dr. Ann Lindsay, President of the Life Care Humboldt Board of Directors, offered in collaboration with the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI), College of Extended Education & Glogal Engagement. Learn about the progress being made on establishing our own non-profit senior life plan community focused on active, mindful and engaged aging in Humboldt County. Participants will be given the opportunity to submit their design preferences for the community. Ann Lindsay MD is President of the Life Care Humboldt board of directors, a group focused on establishing a non-profit senior life plan community in Humboldt County. She was Humboldt County Public Health Officer from 1993 to 2011. She and her husband, Alan Glaseroff MD, shared a family practice in Arcata for 28 years and raised their two children here. They were recruited to Stanford University in 2011 to establish a primary care clinic for Stanford employees and dependents and their families who have multiple… Event Title: OLLI. Organization: LIBRARY. Contact Email: olli@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, Publish to Department Calendar. Monday, October 26, 2020, 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM. Online.

Resist, Restore, Rejoice

Self Care Session This event begins with a brief sitting meditation. We then journey into ways to self-regulate, to align through somatics and to develop a somatic awareness. Free writing, movement and dance complete the practices that may help us embody peace and clarity, and give us the courage to continue our fight for Justice. Bring pencil, paper and comfortable clothing to move in. Facilitated by Laura Muñoz from the Arcata Playhouse, Workshop (Presentation and an Interactive activity), For more information, go to https://dialogue.humboldt.edu/, . Event Title: CDOR Self Care Session. Organization: SOCIAL JUSTICE, EQUITY & INCLUSION CNTR. Contact Person: Laura Munoz. Contact Email: laura@arcataplayhouse.org. Categories: Featured Event, SERIES: Campus Dialogue on Race, Publish to Department Calendar. Monday, October 26, 2020, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. Online.

Getting into Graduate School

Skillshops Hoping to go to graduate school? Not sure how? Joy Soll can help break it down into bite sized steps making it easier to make it a reality. Zoom Registration. Event Title: SkillShop. Organization: LIBRARY. Contact Person: Joy Soll. Contact Email: jps397@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, Publish to Department Calendar. Monday, October 26, 2020, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM. Online.

Blackballed

Featured Speaker Blackballed: The Black & White Politics of Race on America's Campuses, Humboldt State University will be welcoming back Lawrence Ross who presented during Black Liberation Month earlier this year.  Ross will be presenting a virtual follow-up on the talk on the politics of race on America's colleges at 2pm on Oct. 26 (Mon). Ross has written a total of seven books on the African American experience, including Blackballed: The Black & White Politics of Race on America's Campuses, that explores the present and historical issues of racism on hundreds of American college campuses, and how that ties into today's #BlackLivesMatter. . Event Title: CDOR Featured Speaker. Organization: SOCIAL JUSTICE, EQUITY & INCLUSION CNTR. Contact Person: SJEI Center. Contact Email: sjeic@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, SERIES: Campus Dialogue on Race, Publish to Department Calendar. Monday, October 26, 2020, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM. Online.

Down-Ballot Voting:Make Your Voice Heard

Skillshops On November 3, you will make your voice heard in the 2020 election. In addition to voting for President of the United States, you will also vote for officials and initiatives at the state and local level. This SkillShop will help you research the positions and initiatives that you will vote on in your local community and at the state level. . Event Title: SkillShop. Organization: LIBRARY. Contact Person: Garrett Purchio. Contact Email: gap13@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, Publish to Department Calendar. Monday, October 26, 2020, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Online.

Disrupt White Supremacy - Children’s Lit

Presentation and Q&A Engaging with Whiteness to Disrupt White Supremacy through Children’s Literature, In this interactive presentation, part of the So You Want to Teach series, we will explore our early experiences with literature and engage in self-reflection regarding how our own reading practices are shaped by whiteness. We will highlight some of the nuanced ways that picture books engage with complex topics of race and are powerful tools of disruption. Facilitated by Sara Sterner & Libbi Miller, School of Education, Humboldt State, Presentation & Q&A, , For more information, go to https://dialogue.humboldt.edu/. Event Title: CDOR Presentation and Q&A. Organization: SOCIAL JUSTICE, EQUITY & INCLUSION CNTR. Contact Person: Sara Sterner & Libbi Miller, School of Education, HSU. Contact Email: erm81@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, SERIES: Campus Dialogue on Race, Publish to Department Calendar. Tuesday, October 27, 2020, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. Online.

Creating Captions With YouTube's Help

Skillshops Learn how to create high quality captions and transcripts for your videos with the help of YouTube's autocaptioning and caption editor. Even if you don't plan to host your video on YouTube, you can take advantage of this feature and export your captions/transcript to host elsewhere. . Event Title: SkillShop. Organization: LIBRARY. Contact Person: Tim Miller. Contact Email: tim.miller@humboldt.edu. Categories: Publish to Department Calendar. Tuesday, October 27, 2020, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM. Online.

Education Not Mass Incarceration

Round Table This will be a conversation on education as alternative to incarceration and the detriments incarceration has on Black and Brown bodies. First person experience on education within and after incarceration. The importance of formerly incarcerated voices in higher education. Facilitated by Tony Wallin: Programs Coordinator Project Rebound Humboldt State University  Featuring Dr. Rene Byrd, HSU, Dept. Chair of Sociology; Mark Taylor, Anti-Recidivism Coalition, HSU Project Rebound Social Work Student; Jason Bell, SF State, Director of Programs Project Rebound  Presentation & Q&A, , For more information, go to https://dialogue.humboldt.edu/. Event Title: CDOR Round Table. Organization: SOCIAL JUSTICE, EQUITY & INCLUSION CNTR. Contact Person: Tony Wallin. Contact Email: tww22@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, SERIES: Campus Dialogue on Race, Publish to Department Calendar. Tuesday, October 27, 2020, 2:30 PM – 4:00 PM. Online.

Database Dive: Exploring HSU Databases

Skillshops A Google search is just the surface of information that is available for you to use. As a student at HSU you have more access to resources through HSU Library Databases and InterLibrary Loan for free. Through this SkillShop you'll be introduced to how to access these resources, practice searching and navigating through these databases for access to a variety of source types, and connect with a librarian who can help you research and help answer questions so that you can dive deeper into the information resources that are available to you while you are a student at HSU. This will be especially helpful during remote learning, but these are also resources you will continue to use throughout your college experience. Facilitated by Kimberly Stelter, . Event Title: SkillShop. Organization: LIBRARY. Contact Person: Kimberly Stelter. Contact Email: krs95@humboldt.edu. Categories: Publish to Department Calendar. Tuesday, October 27, 2020, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Online.

Abolitionist Teaching

Featured Speaker We Gon’ Be Alright, But That Ain’t Alright: Abolitionist Teaching and the Pursuit of Educational Freedom, Dr. Love’s talk will discuss the struggles and the possibilities of committing ourselves to an abolitionist goal of educational freedom, as opposed to reform, and moving beyond what she calls the educational survival complex. Abolitionist Teaching is built on the creativity, imagination, boldness, ingenuity, and rebellious spirit and methods of abolitionists to demand and fight for an educational system where all students are thriving, not simply surviving. Learning Objectives: 1. Participants will learn the concept and importance of culturally responsive and sustaining teaching and learning practices in the classroom. 2. Participants will examine the impact of America's racism on Black children and Black families. 3. Participants will engage with the ideas of abolitionist teaching to foster social justice classrooms and schools. View a reading list associated with this keynote guide:… Event Title: CDOR Featured Speaker. Organization: SOCIAL JUSTICE, EQUITY & INCLUSION CNTR. Contact Person: SJEI Center. Contact Email: sjeic@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, SERIES: Campus Dialogue on Race, Publish to Department Calendar. Tuesday, October 27, 2020, 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM. Online.

Database Dive: Exploring HSU Databases

Skillshops A Google search is just the surface of information that is available for you to use. As a student at HSU you have more access to resources through HSU Library Databases and InterLibrary Loan for free. Through this SkillShop you'll be introduced to how to access these resources, practice searching and navigating through these databases for access to a variety of source types, and connect with a librarian who can help you research and help answer questions so that you can dive deeper into the information resources that are available to you while you are a student at HSU. This will be especially helpful during remote learning, but these are also resources you will continue to use throughout your college experience. Facilitated by Kimberly Stelter, . Event Title: SkillShop. Organization: LIBRARY. Contact Person: Kimberly Stelter. Contact Email: krs95@humboldt.edu. Categories: Publish to Department Calendar. Tuesday, October 27, 2020, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM. Online.

Imagining Abolitionist Futures

Presentation and Q&A Come learn about abolition. How do we dismantle carceral systems? How do we build the futures we want to live within? Facilitated by Renée Byrd, Sociology, Presentation & Q&A, , For more information, go to https://dialogue.humboldt.edu/. Event Title: CDOR Presentation and Q&A. Organization: SOCIAL JUSTICE, EQUITY & INCLUSION CNTR. Contact Person: Renée Byrd, Sociology. Contact Email: rb1409@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, SERIES: Campus Dialogue on Race, Publish to Department Calendar. Wednesday, October 28, 2020, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM. Online.

But Are You Sure About That?

Round Table “But are you sure about that?”: Women of Color Faculty Navigate Cultural Taxation & Delegitimization, New faculty of color at HSU make tangible the effects of cultural taxation through multimodal performances that invite audience members to reflect on their positionalities within the predominantly white institution of academia. Centering the experiences of people of color, vignettes will explore the ways in which the expertise of women of color faculty is simultaneously exploited and called into question. Facilitated by Sara Chase, Child Development; Deepti Chatti, Environmental Studies; Andrea Delgado, English; and Kaitlin Reed, Native American Studies, Round Table, , , For more information, go to https://dialogue.humboldt.edu/. Event Title: CDOR Round Table. Organization: SOCIAL JUSTICE, EQUITY & INCLUSION CNTR. Contact Person: Sara Chase, Child Development. Contact Email: sara.chase@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, SERIES: Campus Dialogue on Race, Publish to Department Calendar. Wednesday, October 28, 2020, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM. Online.

Citizen: An American Lyric Book Circle

Book Reading and Conversation Students, Join the Office of Student Life: Social Justice, Equity, & Inclusion Center for a book circle about Citizen: An American Lyric by Claudia Rankine! Free books are available upon request. Email clubs@humboldt.edu if you have questions. , For more information, see the Fall 2020 Big Read website. Event Title: CDOR Book Reading and Conversation. Organization: SOCIAL JUSTICE, EQUITY & INCLUSION CNTR. Contact Phone #: 707-702-1762. Contact Email: clubs@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, SERIES: Campus Dialogue on Race, Student, Publish to Department Calendar. Wednesday, October 28, 2020, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM. Online.

DHSI Scholars Book Club

Book Reading and Conversation Join our DHSI Scholars book club for students! We'll be reading Dr. Bettina Love's We Want to Do More than Survive and Dr. Claudia Rankine's Citizen: An American Lyric as part of NEA BIG READ and connecting it to themes from this year's Campus Dialogue on Race. Facilitated by Corrina Wells. , Session Details: The time of the sessions will be based on participants' responses , Sessions will be about 50 minutes long via google meets and/or zoom , We will be meeting bi-weekly (every other week) , We will be using shea martin's (@sheathescholar) Reflection Guide for Love's book and various public resources for Rankine's Citizen , For information on the books and Campus Dialogue on Race visit literaryhumboldt.org. You can choose to attend one or more of the sessions in this series. Event Title: CDOR Book Reading and Conversation. Organization: LIBRARY. Contact Person: Corrina Wells. Contact Email: cmw79@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, SERIES: Campus Dialogue on Race, Publish to Department Calendar. Wednesday, October 28, 2020, 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM. Online.

GWPE Prep Skillshop

Skillshops All HSU undergraduates must pass the Graduation Writing Proficiency Exam (GWPE) to graduate. It is recommended that the exam be taken during students' junior year. , The Exam: General information about the GWPE and how to register: https://gwpe.humboldt.edu/fees-registration, The Prep Workshop: In this interactive Zoom workshop, we will review the purpose, format, and scoring of the GWPE, and then practice strategies to help you perform your best on exam day. The workshop is free for HSU students. NOTE: The workshop does not include a full-length timed practice exam. After the workshop, you are encouraged to complete a timed exam on your own and then meet with a Writing Studio Consultant for personalized feedback. If you can't attend this workshop, you can come to the Writing Studio to review for the exam. Zoom or email consultations available. Schedule through tutortrac.humboldt.edu. Facilitated by Allison lafrate and Kendra Traynor, (workshop is 1 hour and 30 minutes). Event Title: SkillShop. Organization: LEARNING CENTER. Contact Person: Allison Iafrate. Contact Email: aci9@humboldt.edu. Categories: Publish to Department Calendar. Wednesday, October 28, 2020, 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM. Online.

Database Dive: Exploring HSU Databases

Skillshops A Google search is just the surface of information that is available for you to use. As a student at HSU you have more access to resources through HSU Library Databases and InterLibrary Loan for free. Through this SkillShop you'll be introduced to how to access these resources, practice searching and navigating through these databases for access to a variety of source types, and connect with a librarian who can help you research and help answer questions so that you can dive deeper into the information resources that are available to you while you are a student at HSU. This will be especially helpful during remote learning, but these are also resources you will continue to use throughout your college experience. Facilitated by Kimberly Stelter, . Event Title: SkillShop. Organization: LIBRARY. Contact Person: Kimberly Stelter. Contact Email: krs95@humboldt.edu. Categories: Publish to Department Calendar. Wednesday, October 28, 2020, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM. Online.

Race and the Redwood Coast

Presentation and Q&A Race and the Redwood Coast: A Baseline Racial Equity Report, To measure progress towards racial justice, we must understand historical and current data around race. Stepping Stone and Equity Alliance of the NorthCoast examined qualitative and quantitative data to identify the myths and realities of race on the Redwood Coast. At this session, we will present the report and recommendations for data collection going forward. Facilitated by Aristea Saulsbury and Melissa Meiris, Co-Directors of Stepping Stone Diversity Consulting in partnership with Equity Alliance of the NorthCoast, Presentation & Q&A, , For more information, go to https://dialogue.humboldt.edu/. Event Title: CDOR Presentation and Q&A. Organization: SOCIAL JUSTICE, EQUITY & INCLUSION CNTR. Contact Person: Aristea Saulsbury, Melissa Meiris. Contact Email: aristea@cultivatediversity.com. Categories: Featured Event, SERIES: Campus Dialogue on Race, Publish to Department Calendar. Wednesday, October 28, 2020, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM. Online.

Why Does Hellenistic Art Matter Today?

Presentation and Q&A Why Does Hellenistic Art Matter Today? Dismantling Racist & Sexist Ideologies, White supremacist terrorist groups such as “Identity Europa” have amplified their presence around college campuses across the US, using Greek and Roman images in their propaganda flyers. Art history is an effective tool for combatting this racist appropriation of symbolism by contextualizing the diversity of the Hellenistic Mediterranean and showing how it has been white-washed by reception history. Facilitated by Dr. Ashley Bacchi, Art Department, Presentation & Q&A, , For more information, go to https://dialogue.humboldt.edu/. Event Title: CDOR Presentation and Q&A. Organization: SOCIAL JUSTICE, EQUITY & INCLUSION CNTR. Contact Person: Dr. Ashley Bacchi, Art Department. Contact Email: ashley.bacchi@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, SERIES: Campus Dialogue on Race, Publish to Department Calendar. Wednesday, October 28, 2020, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Online.

Linkedin 101

Skillshops Get tips and tricks for starting and updating your Linkedin profile. Learn how to network and connect with professionals on Linkedin. . Event Title: SkillShop. Organization: ACADEMIC & CAREER ADVISING CENTER. Contact Person: Joy Soll. Contact Email: jps397@humboldt.edu. Categories: Publish to Department Calendar. Thursday, October 29, 2020, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM. Online.

Whiteness Accountability Space

L4HSU Everyone is welcome to these sessions intended to provide a space for White folks to process feelings around anti-blackness, police brutality, and systemic racism in order to move toward anti-racist action. These sessions will push back on the White tendency to intellectualize and encourage folks to stay connected to the feeling realm. The purpose is to allow for White people to critically reflect, process, and ask questions with the intention of mitigating harm caused to Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) colleagues, community, and students when White people participate in conversations and spaces that are diverse. These sessions will be facilitated by White facilitators. , Facilitators: Meridith Oram, Tim Miller, Loren Collins, Len Wolff, Chuck Powell. Event Title: L4HSU. Organization: LIBRARY. Contact Person: Tim Miller. Contact Email: tim.miller@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, Publish to Department Calendar. Thursday, October 29, 2020, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. Online.

Housing-What's Equity Got to Do With It?

Presentation and Q&A This is a story about, The Humboldt Tenant Landlord Collaboration's (HTLC) "Living In Community" program. HTLC's goals are to build understanding, awareness, and skills of acceptable practices for landlords and renters. The program combines campus and community resources to improve the climate for both property owners and renters. Throughout this course, participants will examine the issue of housing through an equitable lens. Facilitated by Chant'e Marie Catt, HSU Off-Campus Housing, MSW, Presentation & Q&A, , For more information, go to https://dialogue.humboldt.edu/. Event Title: CDOR Presentation and Q&A. Organization: HOUSING & RESIDENCE LIFE. Contact Person: Chant'e Marie Catt, HSU Off-Campus Housing, MSW. Contact Email: Housingliaison@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, SERIES: Campus Dialogue on Race, Publish to Department Calendar. Thursday, October 29, 2020, 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM. Online.

Resume 101 Workshop

Skillshops Whether your resume is completed or if you're starting from scratch, you've come to the right place! During this SkillShop we will hold a space for learning helpful tricks & tips, review resume examples for a variety of professions, and have time for you to ask questions about your own resume building process. Questions? Comments? Contact the host Emma at ecd33@humboldt.edu, - TBA. Event Title: SkillShop. Organization: ACADEMIC & CAREER ADVISING CENTER. Contact Person: Emma Davis. Contact Email: ecd33@humboldt.edu. Categories: Publish to Department Calendar. Thursday, October 29, 2020, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM. Online.

Ethnic Studies in K-12 to Higher Ed

Presentation and Q&A Ethnic Studies in K-12 to Higher Education: Pedagogical Stand Points, Struggles, Triumphs and Setbacks, In this workshop we will talk about the correlations between the struggle for ethnic studies not only as a college requirement but also as a high school graduation requirement. We argue that ethnic studies is necessary for all peoples liberation in the struggle to be humanized and free. Facilitated by Nancy Perez CRGS, Ethnic Studies, Presentation & Q&A, , For more information, go to https://dialogue.humboldt.edu/. Event Title: CDOR Presentation and Q&A. Organization: SOCIAL JUSTICE, EQUITY & INCLUSION CNTR. Contact Person: Marisol Ruiz. Contact Email: mr1890@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, SERIES: Campus Dialogue on Race, Publish to Department Calendar. Thursday, October 29, 2020, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM. Online.

Researching CA State Ballot Initiatives

Skillshops On November 3, you will make your voice heard in the 2020 election. In addition to choosing who represents you at the local and national level, you will vote on a number of state ballot initiatives. This SkillShop will cover how to research these initiatives, which this year cover topics such as rent control, employment classification rules for app-based and transportation drivers, and property tax rules. . Event Title: SkillShop. Organization: LIBRARY. Contact Person: Garrett Purchio. Contact Email: gap13@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, Publish to Department Calendar. Thursday, October 29, 2020, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM. Online.

Nurture Your Nature

C.I.Y. Skillshops Students will learn about motivation and how it is portrayed in everyday life. They will identify places in their lives where they may lack motivation and energy, recognize the role of guilt in stemming motivation, and make action plans to stay motivated. Our main focus is to have students understand the importance of “baby steps,” especially if some are dealing with depression and try their hardest to find the motivation to push forward in their lives. Zoom Registration. Event Title: CYI. Organization: LIBRARY. Contact Person: Angel, Gonzalez, Celeste Tamayo. Contact Email: ct1643@humboldt.edu, lag84@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, Student, Publish to Department Calendar. Thursday, October 29, 2020, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM. Online.

Follow-Up to 9/10/20 Dialogue on Racism

Workshop Follow-Up to Campus Dialogue on Impacts of Racism and White Supremacy (9/10/20), This workshop will provide a summary of themes and responses from the "Campus Dialogue on the Impacts of Racism and White Supremacy" that occurred on September 10, 2020. Additionally, we will continue the discussion on what HSU is doing to address these issues and have a dialogue to continue the conversation on how our community can work together to address these issues. Facilitated by Roger Wang, Dean of Students Office, Edelmira Reynoso, Meridith Oram, Janaee Sykes, Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Workshop, , For more information, go to https://dialogue.humboldt.edu/. Event Title: CDOR Workshop. Organization: SOCIAL JUSTICE, EQUITY & INCLUSION CNTR. Contact Person: Roger Wang. Contact Email: roger.wang@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, SERIES: Campus Dialogue on Race, Publish to Department Calendar. Thursday, October 29, 2020, 3:30 PM – 5:00 PM. Online.

From Decarbonization to Decolonization

Featured Speaker From decarbonization to decolonization: a framework for action on the Green New Deal (Sustainable Futures Speaker Series), , This talk will offer a pragmatic praxis for aligning community solar campaigns with antiracist principles — linkages that can help communities of color rebuild after Covid-19. This praxis shifts the focus of such campaigns from the “means of reduction” to the means of production. Here, the means of reduction refers to the practices that render commodities as capable of reducing greenhouse gas emissions and electricity bills. In shifting the focus of community solar campaigns from reduction to production, the proposed praxis can ensure that community solar efforts address the white supremacist hierarchies that inhere in solar supply chains. The praxis’ “theoretical” component repurposes the concept of “co-pollutants” to illuminate environmental injustices in the production of solar commodities. Its “practice” component addresses solar’s co-pollutants by transitioning community solar… Event Title: CDOR Featured Speaker. Organization: SOCIAL JUSTICE, EQUITY & INCLUSION CNTR. Contact Email: info@schatzcenter.org. Categories: Featured Event, SERIES: Campus Dialogue on Race, Publish to Department Calendar. Thursday, October 29, 2020, 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM. Online.

Talking Drum: Pre Election Reflection

Self Care Session On Thursday October 29th at 6pm Talking Drum is hosting Marc Lamont Hill: Pre Election Reflection. The event will be hosted by an AACAE Student Assistant and Cedric Aaron from CAPS. It is Free and open to everyone  , For more information, go to https://dialogue.humboldt.edu/. Event Title: CDOR Self Care Session. Organization: SOCIAL JUSTICE, EQUITY & INCLUSION CNTR. Contact Person: Douglas Smith. Contact Email: aacae@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, SERIES: Campus Dialogue on Race, Publish to Department Calendar. Thursday, October 29, 2020, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM. Online.

Everyday Practices of Dehumanization

Presentation and Q&A Everyday Practices of Dehumanization: How We Produce Our Bodies as Vulnerable and Others’ Bodies as Dangerous, Drawing on a 3-year study, I discuss how educators, like police officers, tend to make dangerous judgments about bodies. In this presentation drawing on a study about school dress code policies and intersectionality, I show how similar the two patriarchal and White supremacist structures of education (school) and law enforcement (police) work. I argue that sexism, racism, homophobia, and classism in formal and hidden curriculum could be as mortal and brutal as it happened in cases of Tamir Rice, Michael Brown, Trayvon Martin, and others. I argue that like police officers, educators tend to make dangerous judgments about bodies. Finally, to stop the harmful reproduction of such judgments, I suggest “subversive repetition” which allows resisting the everyday experiences that produce oneself to address the question that how can we, as teachers, school administrations, and teacher educators, resist… Event Title: CDOR Presentation and Q&A. Organization: SOCIAL JUSTICE, EQUITY & INCLUSION CNTR. Contact Person: Rouhollah Aghasaleh. Contact Email: aghasaleh@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, SERIES: Campus Dialogue on Race, Publish to Department Calendar. Friday, October 30, 2020, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM. Online.

Feeling left out of the FUNgus

C.I.Y. Skillshops This workshop discusses different ways to stay connected in uncertain times, managing FOMO, and staying both mentally and physically healthy. Zoom Registration. Event Title: CYI. Organization: LIBRARY. Contact Person: Juliet Kallen, Kalyn Garcia. Contact Email: jmk1062@humboldt.edu, kjg68@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, Publish to Department Calendar. Friday, October 30, 2020, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. Online.

School of Education Open House

Round Table Part of the So You Want to Teach Series, this event is designed for anyone interested in applying to a teaching credential program. Program coordinators and program advisors will participate in a round table discussion about the requirements, learning how to apply, and ways to fund their experiences. Round Table Facilitated Conversation with Corrina Wells, Sarah Green, Tyler Bradbury, Bernie Levy, Elizabeth Miller, Sara Sterner, and James Woglom from the School of Education, , For more information, go to https://dialogue.humboldt.edu/. Event Title: CDOR Round Table. Organization: SOCIAL JUSTICE, EQUITY & INCLUSION CNTR. Contact Person: Corrina Wells. Contact Email: cmw79@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, SERIES: Campus Dialogue on Race, Publish to Department Calendar. Friday, October 30, 2020, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM. Online.

Parenting Black & Brown Kids as nonBIPOC

Presentation and Q&A This session invites white parents, multiracial and BIPOC identities to talk mixed/blended families and raising Black & Brown bodies. The group will discuss topics of race, power, equity and equally while dissecting interpersonal relationships within families and between parental figures and children. The group will close with a talk back between participants. Facilitated by Mo Harper-Desir, Community Arts Activist and Educator, Presentation & Q&A, , For more information, go to https://dialogue.humboldt.edu/. Event Title: CDOR Presentation and Q&A. Organization: SOCIAL JUSTICE, EQUITY & INCLUSION CNTR. Contact Person: Mo Harper-Desir, Community Arts Activist & Educator. Contact Email: Moniquedesir4@gmail.com. Categories: Featured Event, SERIES: Campus Dialogue on Race, Publish to Department Calendar. Friday, October 30, 2020, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM. Online.

Speaking Truths, Seeking Justice

Workshop Join us for an evening of spoken word! The theme of the evening is "Speaking Truth, Seeking Justice." Performances will be considered for online publication in Toyon Literary Magazine. If you are interested in performing, please email toyonliterarymagazine@gmail.com.  Cammie Eilers, Toyon; Emilio Medina, Toyon; Marcos Hernandez, Faculty Advisor for Toyon, Performance, , For more information, go to https://dialogue.humboldt.edu/. Event Title: CDOR Workshop. Organization: SOCIAL JUSTICE, EQUITY & INCLUSION CNTR. Contact Person: Marcos Hernandez. Contact Email: Marcos.hernandez@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, SERIES: Campus Dialogue on Race, Publish to Department Calendar. Friday, October 30, 2020, 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM. Online.

Temple Beth El Community Book Circle

Book Reading and Conversation The Big Read is an initiative of the National Endowment for the Arts in partnership with Arts Midwest. Big Read Humboldt chose Claudia Rankine's CITIZEN as our community read this fall. This book circle is a two-part event 10/25 and 11/1. Temple Beth El has served the Jewish community of Humboldt County and provided a Jewish perspective in interfaith endeavors for over sixty years. Facilitated by Janet Winston, Professor, English Department, HSU, Book Circle, , For more information, go to https://dialogue.humboldt.edu/. Event Title: CDOR Book Reading and Conversation. Organization: SOCIAL JUSTICE, EQUITY & INCLUSION CNTR. Contact Person: Janet Winston. Contact Email: janet.winston@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, SERIES: Campus Dialogue on Race, Publish to Department Calendar. Sunday, November 1, 2020, 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM. Online.

Finding Your Cozy Cottege

C.I.Y. Skillshops A CIY to help you sleep by finding problems and creating solutions. Understand why you are not sleeping well, how to fall asleep, and how to stay asleep. Zoom Registration. Event Title: CYI. Organization: LIBRARY. Contact Person: Sierra Cosper, Angel Gonzalez. Contact Email: lag84@humboldt.edu sc427@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, Publish to Department Calendar. Monday, November 2, 2020, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. Online.

Disability & Comorbid Diseases/Migraines

OLLI OLLI Brown Bag Lunch Online with Dr. Caroline Connor, M.D. M.P.H, offered in collaboration with the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI), College of Extended Education & Glogal Engagement. Do you or your loved ones get migraine headaches? Is migraine just a headache? Many people wonder why they are so disabled by the disease. Explore the complexity of migraine headaches and the multiple diseases that are found more commonly amidst people with migraines. We will focus on the facts and dispel many of the myths surrounding this fascinating common ailment. Caroline Connor M.D. M.P.H. has been a family physician for over 28 years and has been a migraine specialist for most of that time. Her passion for migraine education stems from her own difficult journey within the last 22 years with this complicated disease. The presentation will begin promptly at noon. If you would like to attend this presentation, please RSVP so we can send you the registration link for the Zoom* meeting. Please register by… Event Title: OLLI. Organization: LIBRARY. Contact Email: olli@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, Publish to Department Calendar. Monday, November 2, 2020, 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM. Online.

Database Dive: Exploring HSU Databases

Skillshops A Google search is just the surface of information that is available for you to use. As a student at HSU you have more access to resources through HSU Library Databases and InterLibrary Loan for free. Through this SkillShop you'll be introduced to how to access these resources, practice searching and navigating through these databases for access to a variety of source types, and connect with a librarian who can help you research and help answer questions so that you can dive deeper into the information resources that are available to you while you are a student at HSU. This will be especially helpful during remote learning, but these are also resources you will continue to use throughout your college experience. Facilitated by Kimberly Stelter, . Event Title: SkillShop. Organization: LIBRARY. Contact Person: Kimberly Stelter. Contact Email: krs95@humboldt.edu. Categories: Publish to Department Calendar. Monday, November 2, 2020, 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM. Online.

Database Dive: Exploring HSU Databases

Skillshops A Google search is just the surface of information that is available for you to use. As a student at HSU you have more access to resources through HSU Library Databases and InterLibrary Loan for free. Through this SkillShop you'll be introduced to how to access these resources, practice searching and navigating through these databases for access to a variety of source types, and connect with a librarian who can help you research and help answer questions so that you can dive deeper into the information resources that are available to you while you are a student at HSU. This will be especially helpful during remote learning, but these are also resources you will continue to use throughout your college experience. Facilitated by Kimberly Stelter, . Event Title: SkillShop. Organization: LIBRARY. Contact Person: Kimberly Stelter. Contact Email: krs95@humboldt.edu. Categories: Publish to Department Calendar. Monday, November 2, 2020, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM. Online.

GWPE Prep Skillshop

Skillshops All HSU undergraduates must pass the Graduation Writing Proficiency Exam (GWPE) to graduate. It is recommended that the exam be taken during students' junior year. , The Exam: General information about the GWPE and how to register: https://gwpe.humboldt.edu/fees-registration, The Prep Workshop: In this interactive Zoom workshop, we will review the purpose, format, and scoring of the GWPE, and then practice strategies to help you perform your best on exam day. The workshop is free for HSU students. NOTE: The workshop does not include a full-length timed practice exam. After the workshop, you are encouraged to complete a timed exam on your own and then meet with a Writing Studio Consultant for personalized feedback. If you can't attend this workshop, you can come to the Writing Studio to review for the exam. Zoom or email consultations available. Schedule through tutortrac.humboldt.edu. Facilitated by Allison lafrate and Kendra Traynor, (workshop is 1 hour and 30 minutes). Event Title: SkillShop. Organization: LEARNING CENTER. Contact Person: Allison Iafrate. Contact Email: aci9@humboldt.edu. Categories: Publish to Department Calendar. Tuesday, November 3, 2020, 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM. Online.

Reading for Understanding

Skillshops You'll likely come across a variety of familiar and unfamiliar texts during your studies and research in college. Reading from top to bottom and word for word might not be the best strategy depending on the text and your purpose for reading. Reading for understanding may take more than reading a text once or simply rereading. You can practice different reading strategies to make reading more efficient and to help you get the most out of the text. In this SkillShop, we'll practice reading strategies that are useful for reading your course readings (textbooks and articles) and how to effectively and efficiently read a scholarly article. . Event Title: SkillShop. Organization: LIBRARY. Contact Person: Kimberly Stelter. Contact Email: krs95@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, Publish to Department Calendar. Tuesday, November 3, 2020, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM. Online.

Cover Letter Career Chat

Skillshops Are you looking to write a cover letter but unsure where to start? Or are you interested in building a strong cover letter? This Skillshop will be lead by your fellow peer advisor Heidi from the Academic and Career Advising Center, who will teach you the tips and tricks needed to build a strong cover letter. . Event Title: SkillShop. Organization: ACADEMIC & CAREER ADVISING CENTER. Contact Person: Heidi Andino. Contact Email: hja15@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, Publish to Department Calendar. Tuesday, November 3, 2020, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM. Online.

DHSI Scholars Book Club

Book Reading and Conversation Join our DHSI Scholars book club for students! We'll be reading Dr. Bettina Love's We Want to Do More than Survive and Dr. Claudia Rankine's Citizen: An American Lyric as part of NEA BIG READ and connecting it to themes from this year's Campus Dialogue on Race. Facilitated by Corrina Wells. , Session Details: The time of the sessions will be based on participants' responses , Sessions will be about 50 minutes long via google meets and/or zoom , We will be meeting bi-weekly (every other week) , We will be using shea martin's (@sheathescholar) Reflection Guide for Love's book and various public resources for Rankine's Citizen , For information on the books and Campus Dialogue on Race visit literaryhumboldt.org. You can choose to attend one or more of the sessions in this series. Event Title: CDOR Book Reading and Conversation. Organization: LIBRARY. Contact Person: Corrina Wells. Contact Email: cmw79@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, SERIES: Campus Dialogue on Race, Publish to Department Calendar. Wednesday, November 4, 2020, 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM. Online.

How To Negotiate Your First Salary

Skillshops Salary Negotiation is an art. Learn all about the unspoken rules to negotiating your first salary. . Event Title: SkillShop. Organization: ACADEMIC & CAREER ADVISING CENTER. Contact Person: Joy Soll. Contact Email: jps397@humboldt.edu. Categories: Publish to Department Calendar. Wednesday, November 4, 2020, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM. Online.

Whiteness Accountability Space

L4HSU Everyone is welcome to these sessions intended to provide a space for White folks to process feelings around anti-blackness, police brutality, and systemic racism in order to move toward anti-racist action. These sessions will push back on the White tendency to intellectualize and encourage folks to stay connected to the feeling realm. The purpose is to allow for White people to critically reflect, process, and ask questions with the intention of mitigating harm caused to Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) colleagues, community, and students when White people participate in conversations and spaces that are diverse. These sessions will be facilitated by White facilitators. , Facilitators: Meridith Oram, Tim Miller, Loren Collins, Len Wolff, Chuck Powell. Event Title: L4HSU. Organization: LIBRARY. Contact Person: Tim Miller. Contact Email: tim.miller@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, Publish to Department Calendar. Thursday, November 5, 2020, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. Online.

Know your Rights when Protesting

Skillshops In this SkillShop we intend to examine and provide information about the limitations of protesters and law enforcement agents. Primarily focusing on rights that protestors possess under constitutional law. . Event Title: SkillShop. Organization: LIBRARY. Contact Person: Monica Chilel Barrios, Monica Quintanilla Flandez. Contact Email: mdc14@humboldt.edu, meq3@humboldt.edu. Categories: Publish to Department Calendar. Thursday, November 5, 2020, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM. Online.

Stress in Wonderland

C.I.Y. Skillshops A relaxing workshop that covers all the ins and outs of the stress and anxiety that you may be feeling in your life. This includes the types of stress one may feel and many different healthy and productive ways to combat those stressors. Zoom Registration. Event Title: CYI. Organization: LIBRARY. Contact Person: Emily Black, Celeste Tamayo. Contact Email: ecb58@humboldt.edu, ct1643@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, Publish to Department Calendar. Thursday, November 5, 2020, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM. Online.

Networking for Introverts

Skillshops Are you an introvert? Find tips on how to make networking work for you! . Event Title: SkillShop. Organization: ACADEMIC & CAREER ADVISING CENTER. Contact Person: Nora Montoya. Contact Email: nam95@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, Publish to Department Calendar. Thursday, November 5, 2020, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM. Online.

Just Us: The Space of the Conversation

Featured Speaker Claudia Rankine will present a book talk on her new publication Just Us: An American Conversation at 11am on Nov. 7 (Sat.). Just Us is a collection of essays with Graywolf Press in 2020. As everyday white supremacy becomes increasingly vocalized with no clear answers at hand, how best might we approach one another? Claudia Rankine, without telling us what to do, urges us to begin the discussions that might open pathways through this divisive and stuck moment in American history. Just Us is an invitation to discover what it takes to stay in the room together, even and especially in breaching the silence, guilt, and violence that follow direct addresses of whiteness. Rankine’s questions disrupt the false comfort of our culture’s liminal and private spaces—the airport, the theater, the dinner party, the voting booth—where neutrality and politeness live on the surface of differing commitments, beliefs, and prejudices as our public and private lives intersect. This brilliant arrangement of essays, poems,… Event Title: CDOR Featured Speaker. Organization: SOCIAL JUSTICE, EQUITY & INCLUSION CNTR. Contact Person: SJEI Center. Contact Email: sjeic@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, SERIES: Campus Dialogue on Race, Publish to Department Calendar. Saturday, November 7, 2020, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM. Online.

CDOR Keynote: The Making of Citizen

Featured Speaker Humboldt State University welcomes Claudia Rankine, the keynote speaker of the 22nd Annual Campus/Community Dialogue on Race at 2pm on Nov. 7 (Sat). Rankine is the author of award-winning book Citizen: An American Lyric. In 2016, Rankine was awarded a MacArthur "Genius" Grant and named a United States Artists Zell fellow in literature. In 2017, she founded the Racial Imaginary Institute, "a moving collaboration with other collectives, spaces, artists, and organizations towards art exhibitions, readings, dialogues, lectures, performances, and screenings that engage the subject of race." She is currently a Frederick Iseman Professor of Poetry at Yale University. Rankine's Citizen: An American Lyric helps readers wrestle with the continued realities of racism in the U.S. Citizen demonstrates that anti-Black racism and white supremacy remain widely unexamined and unchecked. , Register here for Rankine's book talk on Just Us at 11am on Nov. 7 (Sat.). Event Title: CDOR Featured Speaker. Organization: SOCIAL JUSTICE, EQUITY & INCLUSION CNTR. Contact Person: SJEI Center. Contact Email: sjeic@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, SERIES: Campus Dialogue on Race, Student, Publish to Department Calendar. Saturday, November 7, 2020, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM. Online.

New to Medicare? Accessing our System

OLLI OLLI Brown Bag Lunch Online with Ben Winker, HICAP Program Manager, Area 1 Agency on Aging, offered in collaboration with the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI), College of Extended Education & Glogal Engagement. This presentation will give you the tools you need and guide you through Medicare and what to look for before you enroll. Explore the different parts and what they do, learn where there may be gaps in coverage and how to find the plan that is right for you. Find out how to get financial help or referrals to other agencies that may be able to help. Will you be enrolling in Medicare soon? Do you have questions about the different parts and what they do? Do you need a supplement policy to covers the gaps in Medicare? Are you ready to sign up for a prescription drug plan and need help? Do you need Extra Financial Help or referrals to other agencies? Have you already signed up for a MyMedicare.gov account making it easier to see your summary notices, update your prescription list and even change… Event Title: OLLI. Organization: LIBRARY. Contact Email: olli@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, Publish to Department Calendar. Monday, November 9, 2020, 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM. Online.

Persuasive Cover Letters

Skillshops Looking for a job/internship opportunity? Learn how to write a strong and persuasive cover letter to help you get the interview. . Event Title: SkillShop. Organization: ACADEMIC & CAREER ADVISING CENTER. Contact Person: Nora Montoya. Contact Email: nam95@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, Publish to Department Calendar. Monday, November 9, 2020, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM. Online.

Whiteness Accountability Space

L4HSU Everyone is welcome to these sessions intended to provide a space for White folks to process feelings around anti-blackness, police brutality, and systemic racism in order to move toward anti-racist action. These sessions will push back on the White tendency to intellectualize and encourage folks to stay connected to the feeling realm. The purpose is to allow for White people to critically reflect, process, and ask questions with the intention of mitigating harm caused to Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) colleagues, community, and students when White people participate in conversations and spaces that are diverse. These sessions will be facilitated by White facilitators. , Facilitators: Meridith Oram, Tim Miller, Loren Collins, Len Wolff, Chuck Powell. Event Title: L4HSU. Organization: LIBRARY. Contact Person: Tim Miller. Contact Email: tim.miller@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, Publish to Department Calendar. Thursday, November 12, 2020, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. Online.

Resume 101 Workshop

Skillshops Whether your resume is completed or if you're starting from scratch, you've come to the right place! During this SkillShop we will hold a space for learning helpful tricks & tips, review resume examples for a variety of professions, and have time for you to ask questions about your own resume building process. Questions? Comments? Contact the host Emma at ecd33@humboldt.edu, - TBA. Event Title: SkillShop. Organization: ACADEMIC & CAREER ADVISING CENTER. Contact Person: Emma Davis. Contact Email: ecd33@humboldt.edu. Categories: Publish to Department Calendar. Thursday, November 12, 2020, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM. Online.

Nurture Your Nature

C.I.Y. Skillshops Students will learn about motivation and how it is portrayed in everyday life. They will identify places in their lives where they may lack motivation and energy, recognize the role of guilt in stemming motivation, and make action plans to stay motivated. Our main focus is to have students understand the importance of “baby steps,” especially if some are dealing with depression and try their hardest to find the motivation to push forward in their lives. Zoom Registration. Event Title: CYI. Organization: LIBRARY. Contact Person: Angel, Gonzalez, Celeste Tamayo. Contact Email: ct1643@humboldt.edu, lag84@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, Student, Publish to Department Calendar. Thursday, November 12, 2020, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM. Online.

Shameless Sexual Health

C.I.Y. Skillshops An uplifting workshop covering topics ranging from birth control to STI information and preventative practices to healthy communication to Humboldt County resources! Zoom Registration. Event Title: CYI. Organization: LIBRARY. Contact Person: Juliet Kallen, Emily Black. Contact Email: ecb58@humboldt.edu, jmk1062@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, Publish to Department Calendar. Thursday, November 12, 2020, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM. Online.

Drip like Honey - An Empowerment Journey

C.I.Y. Skillshops To truly empower and center ourselves we need to understand where we stand. We can do this by understanding what is going on in the world today, why they are happening. We can also understand our mental space and how it relates to our health. We can empower ourselves by learning our boundaries and others, as well as ways to help our community. Empowerment is limitless and a very broad term, Empowerment can mean a lot of things, we just need to look closely. Zoom Registration. Event Title: CYI. Organization: LIBRARY. Contact Person: Kalyn Garcia, Celine Aguilera. Contact Email: kjg68@humboldt.edu, cta101@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, Publish to Department Calendar. Friday, November 13, 2020, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM. Online.

Reflection Friday

L4HSU Want to get some things off your mind and onto paper? Come hang out and share some goals, hardships, poems, or anything you would like to reflect upon with your peers! Everyone Welcome! . Event Title: L4HSU. Organization: LIBRARY. Contact Person: Lisa Salcido. Contact Email: las38@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, Publish to Department Calendar. Friday, November 13, 2020, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM. Online.

Art Therapy Hour

L4HSU Drawing can be an effective tool for reflection and processing. Enjoy an hour of meditative art together where we can express our inner states. Let's get into a calm reflective mood together and have a little fun interpreting our art. Bring any art materials that you have. (Suggested materials: pencil and paper, markers and/or colored pencils and/or crayons, etc.), . Event Title: L4HSU. Organization: LIBRARY. Contact Person: Juliana Artemov. Contact Email: jna237@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, Publish to Department Calendar. Friday, November 13, 2020, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Online.

Befriending your County Library

OLLI OLLI Brown Bag Lunch Online with Corin Balkovek, Humboldt County Library Adult Services Librarian & James Cech, President, Friends of the Redwood Libraries, offered in collaboration with the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI), College of Extended Education & Glogal Engagement. Learn more about our Humboldt County libraries and the services offered, both in terms of availability of books and DVDs. Discover what online resources are accessible through library membership, not just locally but nationally and through HSU. You can also elect to volunteer at Friends of the Redwood Libraries, a membership group that raises funds for the library from three main sources all beginning with second hand books donated to the Friends. Donated books are sorted and offered for sale via the internet, out of the bookstore in the Library - Serendipity - and through quarterly book sales. All of the work is done by volunteers. The presentation will begin promptly at noon. If you would like to attend this… Event Title: OLLI. Organization: LIBRARY. Contact Email: olli@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, Publish to Department Calendar. Monday, November 16, 2020, 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM. Online.

Reading for Understanding

Skillshops You'll likely come across a variety of familiar and unfamiliar texts during your studies and research in college. Reading from top to bottom and word for word might not be the best strategy depending on the text and your purpose for reading. Reading for understanding may take more than reading a text once or simply rereading. You can practice different reading strategies to make reading more efficient and to help you get the most out of the text. In this SkillShop, we'll practice reading strategies that are useful for reading your course readings (textbooks and articles) and how to effectively and efficiently read a scholarly article. . Event Title: SkillShop. Organization: LIBRARY. Contact Person: Kimberly Stelter. Contact Email: krs95@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, Publish to Department Calendar. Tuesday, November 17, 2020, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM. Online.

DHSI Scholars Book Club

Book Reading and Conversation Join our DHSI Scholars book club for students! We'll be reading Dr. Bettina Love's We Want to Do More than Survive and Dr. Claudia Rankine's Citizen: An American Lyric as part of NEA BIG READ and connecting it to themes from this year's Campus Dialogue on Race. Facilitated by Corrina Wells. , Session Details: The time of the sessions will be based on participants' responses , Sessions will be about 50 minutes long via google meets and/or zoom , We will be meeting bi-weekly (every other week) , We will be using shea martin's (@sheathescholar) Reflection Guide for Love's book and various public resources for Rankine's Citizen , For information on the books and Campus Dialogue on Race visit literaryhumboldt.org. You can choose to attend one or more of the sessions in this series. Event Title: CDOR Book Reading and Conversation. Organization: LIBRARY. Contact Person: Corrina Wells. Contact Email: cmw79@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, SERIES: Campus Dialogue on Race, Publish to Department Calendar. Wednesday, November 18, 2020, 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM. Online.

Whiteness Accountability Space

L4HSU Everyone is welcome to these sessions intended to provide a space for White folks to process feelings around anti-blackness, police brutality, and systemic racism in order to move toward anti-racist action. These sessions will push back on the White tendency to intellectualize and encourage folks to stay connected to the feeling realm. The purpose is to allow for White people to critically reflect, process, and ask questions with the intention of mitigating harm caused to Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) colleagues, community, and students when White people participate in conversations and spaces that are diverse. These sessions will be facilitated by White facilitators. , Facilitators: Meridith Oram, Tim Miller, Loren Collins, Len Wolff, Chuck Powell. Event Title: L4HSU. Organization: LIBRARY. Contact Person: Tim Miller. Contact Email: tim.miller@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, Publish to Department Calendar. Thursday, November 19, 2020, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. Online.

Feeling left out of the FUNgus

C.I.Y. Skillshops This workshop discusses different ways to stay connected in uncertain times, managing FOMO, and staying both mentally and physically healthy. Zoom Registration. Event Title: CYI. Organization: LIBRARY. Contact Person: Juliet Kallen, Kalyn Garcia. Contact Email: jmk1062@humboldt.edu, kjg68@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, Publish to Department Calendar. Friday, November 20, 2020, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. Online.

Love Yourself To Your CottegeCore

C.I.Y. Skillshops A CIY about learning to love yourself, establishing a positive relationship between food and body, and having a more healthy relationship with social media. Zoom Registration. Event Title: CYI. Organization: LIBRARY. Contact Person: Sierra Cosper, Celine Aguilera. Contact Email: sc427@humboldt.edu, cta101@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, Publish to Department Calendar. Friday, November 20, 2020, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. Online.

Let's Talk about Diabetes

OLLI OLLI Brown Bag Lunch Online with Kathleen Vogelsang, FNP, MSN, BC-ADM, CDECS aka:CDE, offered in collaboration with the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI), College of Extended Education & Glogal Engagement. November is Diabetes Awareness month. Learn more about the disease, what signs and symptoms to look for and how to get help if you're concerned about or struggling with this potentially devastating disease. Explore what effect diabetes has on the US population and what can we do about it. Get the facts and resource to find help. Kathleen Vogelsang has practiced Family medicine for more than 21 years of experience as a Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP). She holds a Master's Degree in Nursing Science. She is a Certified Diabetes Education and Care Specialist (CDECS) since 2003. This certification is from the National Certification Board of Diabetes Educators. She has completed months of advance courses in diabetes management to qualify and successfully challenge the examination for Board Certified… Event Title: OLLI. Organization: LIBRARY. Contact Email: olli@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, Publish to Department Calendar. Monday, November 30, 2020, 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM. Online.

Whiteness Accountability Space

L4HSU Everyone is welcome to these sessions intended to provide a space for White folks to process feelings around anti-blackness, police brutality, and systemic racism in order to move toward anti-racist action. These sessions will push back on the White tendency to intellectualize and encourage folks to stay connected to the feeling realm. The purpose is to allow for White people to critically reflect, process, and ask questions with the intention of mitigating harm caused to Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) colleagues, community, and students when White people participate in conversations and spaces that are diverse. These sessions will be facilitated by White facilitators. , Facilitators: Meridith Oram, Tim Miller, Loren Collins, Len Wolff, Chuck Powell. Event Title: L4HSU. Organization: LIBRARY. Contact Person: Tim Miller. Contact Email: tim.miller@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, Publish to Department Calendar. Thursday, December 3, 2020, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. Online.

Reflection Friday

L4HSU Want to get some things off your mind and onto paper? Come hang out and share some goals, hardships, poems, or anything you would like to reflect upon with your peers! Everyone Welcome! . Event Title: L4HSU. Organization: LIBRARY. Contact Person: Lisa Salcido. Contact Email: las38@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, Publish to Department Calendar. Friday, December 4, 2020, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM. Online.

Calfresh & Medi-Cal 101

C.I.Y. Skillshops Need help paying for food? Need help figuring out health insurance? Come to this informative workshop to learn about Calfresh and Medi-Cal! Zoom Registration. Event Title: CYI. Organization: LIBRARY. Contact Person: Ravin Craig. Contact Email: rdc23@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, Publish to Department Calendar. Friday, December 4, 2020, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Online.

Green Burial: Options & Aspirations

OLLI OLLI Brown Bag Lunch Online with Michael Furniss, Adjunct Professor HSU Department of Forestry & Wildland Resources, offered in collaboration with the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI), College of Extended Education & Glogal Engagement. Explore green burial as an alternative choice to cremation and conventional burial methods. Green burial is typically lower cost, conserves natural resources, eliminates hazardous chemicals, and preserves natural areas. Love of nature in a forever-wild meadow or forest, in a beautiful place where the living wish to visit, are some of the many reasons for choosing green burial. Michael J. Furniss is a soil scientist and forest hydrologist and a local expert on green burial. He is retired from the US Forest Service Redwood Sciences Lab. He is currently an adjunct professor of forestry and ecology at Humboldt State University and is the principal at M.J. Furniss & Associates. He also works as a climate, forests and hydropower scientist for the Redwood Coast Energy… Event Title: OLLI. Organization: LIBRARY. Contact Email: olli@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, Publish to Department Calendar. Monday, December 7, 2020, 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM. Online.

Whiteness Accountability Space

L4HSU Everyone is welcome to these sessions intended to provide a space for White folks to process feelings around anti-blackness, police brutality, and systemic racism in order to move toward anti-racist action. These sessions will push back on the White tendency to intellectualize and encourage folks to stay connected to the feeling realm. The purpose is to allow for White people to critically reflect, process, and ask questions with the intention of mitigating harm caused to Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) colleagues, community, and students when White people participate in conversations and spaces that are diverse. These sessions will be facilitated by White facilitators. , Facilitators: Meridith Oram, Tim Miller, Loren Collins, Len Wolff, Chuck Powell. Event Title: L4HSU. Organization: LIBRARY. Contact Person: Tim Miller. Contact Email: tim.miller@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, Publish to Department Calendar. Thursday, December 10, 2020, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. Online.

Addressing COVID Realities in Humboldt

OLLI OLLI Brown Bag Lunch Online with Dr. Teresa Frankovich, Humboldt County Health Officer, offered in collaboration with the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI), College of Extended Education & Glogal Engagement. Get an update on the current status of the COVID-19 pandemic in Humboldt County. Delve into current testing and treatment service capacities, guidelines and restrictions, availability of vaccines and therapeutics, research on impacts on various age groups including seniors, and projections for upcoming months. Opportunities for Q&A will be available. Dr. Frankovich has been practicing pediatric medicine since the late 1980s. She worked at Redwood Pediatric Medical Group in Fortuna from 1991 through 1994, where she fell in love with the beauty of the North Coast. Prior to moving back to Humboldt County last year with her husband and starting work as a pediatrician for Open Door Community Health Center, Dr. Frankovich served as Medical Director in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. She covered… Event Title: OLLI. Organization: LIBRARY. Contact Email: olli@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, Publish to Department Calendar. Monday, December 14, 2020, 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM. Online.

Whiteness Accountability Space

L4HSU Everyone is welcome to these sessions intended to provide a space for White folks to process feelings around anti-blackness, police brutality, and systemic racism in order to move toward anti-racist action. These sessions will push back on the White tendency to intellectualize and encourage folks to stay connected to the feeling realm. The purpose is to allow for White people to critically reflect, process, and ask questions with the intention of mitigating harm caused to Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) colleagues, community, and students when White people participate in conversations and spaces that are diverse. These sessions will be facilitated by White facilitators. , Facilitators: Meridith Oram, Tim Miller, Loren Collins, Len Wolff, Chuck Powell. Event Title: L4HSU. Organization: LIBRARY. Contact Person: Tim Miller. Contact Email: tim.miller@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, Publish to Department Calendar. Thursday, December 17, 2020, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. Online.