Upcoming Events

Office of Student Life presents:
STUDENT LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE
Free Event on November 15, 2019 from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM

All workshops will be held at HSU Library.

INSTAGRAM:   @hsuleadership

FACEBOOk:     HSU Leadership Conference

Blindspotting-Presented by Office of Student Life

Wednesday, November 6th, Kate Buchanan Room, 5:00 PM

Facilitated discussion by Doug Smith, AACAE Coordinator

FREE SNACKS

 

A full list of events is listed on the 2019 Indigenous Peoples Week Flyer.  Starting Sunday, October 13th and ending Satuday, October 19th  with Pomo Artist Meyo Marrufo's activity from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM at the Humboldt Area Foundation 363 Indianola Rd.  and the film From Wounded Knee to Standing Rock at the Eureka Theater at 7;00 PM.

For more information or accomodations call:  ITEPP 707-826-3672 or INRSEP 707-826-4998 or NAS 707-826-4329

 

A Cultural Humility Learning Session is set for November 2nd, 2019 at the Arcata Community Center, Senior Dining Center.

The Educational Learning Session to start at 9:00 AM and go to 1:00 PM.

The Humboldt Mediation Services group requested a learning session to be presented by Office of Diversity, Equity and Learning, ODEI.

Please contact the Humboldt Mediation Services website for more information on registration.

EQUITY SUMMIT Friday, November 1st

8:30 AM to 4:00 PM Sequoia Conference Center, Eureka, CA

Community Engagement Addressing

Cultural Competency Training for Educators and Local Community Members.

Local/Tribal Perspectives, Social Justice in Education, Implicit Bias, Hispanic/Latino/Latinx,

Special Education Inclusion, Racial Equity, LGBTQ, Supporting Imminhrant Families, Microaggressions

Keynote Speakers:

Al Pooley, President of Ntive American Fatherhood and Families Association

PANTRY

Any matriculated HSU student is welcome to come by the Recreation and Wellness Center, Room 122, sign-in and walk out with food, spices recipes, and additional resources for further nutritional assistance.  Our goal at the pantry is to make sure that our student peers have enough food to eat right away.

Recreation and Wellness Room 122

***Bring a reusable bag***

Monday-Friday: 9am to 5pm (NEW HOURS)

HSU FARM STAND

Thank you to Ed at Earthly Edibles for our Farm Fresh Produce!

A class is being offered this semester:  Community Leadership in Action SP 380.  A Political Science class with 1 credit and a grade.  This supports students involved with Equity Arcata.  For additional information contact:  Meridith Oram email at  mlo224@humboldt.edu

 

 

Annual Campus Dialogue on Race begins November 4-8, 2019.  
Dr. Nazia Kazi, Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Stockton University and author of Islamophobia, Race and Global Politics will be the keynote speaker.  Novemberj 5, 2019 at 5:00 PM (Tuesday) in the Kate Buchanan Room his keynote will be given.
for more information on Dr. Kazi see:  https://drnaziakazi.com
Also participatng will be Dr.

Student Financial Literacy Sessions will continue into the Fall Semester

HSU Students wishing to learn about more effective financial management practices can attend Financial Literacy Sessions scheduled for the Fall Semester.

LINK TO WEBINARS  These will be available for 30 days.  Until November 1, 2019

June is Pride month for the LGBTQIA Community

Link to the CSU Portraits of Pride:

https://www2.calstate.edu/csu-system/news/Pages/Portraits-of-Pride.aspx

The attached flyer gives information regarding reporting incidents out of concern for your safety.

Marcus Winder, Title IX Coordinator and DHR Administrator (707) 826-3385 maw180@humboldt.edu Siemens Hall 215

University Police Department:  826-5555  Also there are options for anonymous and confidential reports.

Incidents can include:  Sexual Assault, Sexual Harassment, Stalking, Rape, Dating/Intimate Partner or Domestic Violence, Harassment Based on Gender Non-Conformity, Cyber-Stalking and/or Retaliation

SHAA is an organization that was established in the Fall of 2016 by Humboldt State University students.  SHAA focusses on education, research, policy and social services.  SHAA is an advocate for the homeless individuals within the community.  SHAA has created an Off-Campus Student Housing Liaison position, lobbied in the state capitol and spoke with 23 different representatives, hosted a three day summit on housing insecurities and spoke out at the CSU Housing and Food Insecurity 2018 summit.  SHAA is  here to help and provide resources to students and their communities locally and across

Welcome to the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

MISSION STATEMENT

The Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (ODEI) is focused on systems change in support of equitable and inclusive learning and community spaces.  Examples of this strategic approach to dismantling institutional and systemic racism include involvement with ongoing trainings for all faculty, staff, and administrators as well as implementing new policy and revising inequitable practices that create institutional racism.  In addition to offering educational opportunities for the HSU community, ODEI supports the recruitment and retention of faculty and staff of color.

Finally, as a campus community ODEI's mission is to strive forward with asset-based equity, student success, and student-centered initiatives that create equity, value diversity and create a healthy campus climate.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

We acknowledge that the land on which we are gathered today is unceded territory of the Wiyot people. It is surrounded by the traditional, ancestral, and present homeland of several indigenous nations including the Hupa, Karuk, Mattole, TolowaWailaki, and Yurok that make up Humboldt County.

Given recent feeback we are revising our Acknowledgement.