Issuu on Google+

Nonprofit Org. U.S. Postage

PAID

Office of Distance & Extended Education 1 Harpst St. Arcata, CA 95521-8299

Salem, OR Permit No. 178

The Office of Distance & Extended Education is self-supporting. This catalog is not printed or mailed at State expense. If you are receiving a duplicate mailing, call (707) 826-3731.

FALL 2012

The Office of Distance & Extended Education is in the Student & Business Services Building (Suite 211) at the corner of Harpst and B streets on the HSU campus. It is open 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Friday.

The self-supporting outreach department of Humboldt State University Student & Business Services Building, Suite 211 1 Harpst St., Arcata, CA 95521-8299 Phone (707) 826-3731   •   Fax (707) 826-5885 extended@humboldt.edu • www.humboldt.edu/extended Disability accommodation may be available. Contact Extended Education: (707) 826-3731

FALL 2012

OPEN UNIVERSITY IMPORTANT DATES

August 20 ����������������������������������� Open University Instruction begins August 31 ������������������������������������� Deadline – to ADD Open University full-semester courses without a late fee September 3 ������������������������������� Labor Day – Campus closed September 17 ����������������������������� Deadline – to DROP Open University full- semester courses without a serious and compelling reason and receive partial refund (65%) September 17 ����������������������������� Deadline – to ADD Open University full-semester courses (with late fee) September 17 ����������������������������� Deadline – to file to change Open University grade option to AUDIT October 15 ����������������������������������� Deadline – to FILE to take an Open University course Credit/No Credit October 29 ���������������������������������� Deadline – to DROP an Open University course with a serious and compelling reason (no refund) November 12 ������������������������������ Veteran’s Day – Campus closed November 19-23 ����������������������� Thanksgiving break (No Open University classes) November 22-23 ����������������������� Campus closed December 10-14 ������������������������ Final Exam Week December 25-January 1 ����������� Campus closed

Office of Distance & Extended Education Staff Associate Vice President...........................................Alex Hwu Dean.......................................................................... Carl Hansen Director of EE/OLLI Programs...........Sheila Rocker Heppe Registrar................................................................................. TBD Extension Coordinator.................................... Donna Gephart Special Programs Coordinator........................... Ward Angles OLLI Program Specialist..............................Rebecca Cacciari

Assistant Registrar..............................Kristin Branlund-Girod Registration Specialists....... Deanna Midgely, Mario Torres Financial Coordinator..................................... Nate Cacciari Roy Graphic/Web Designer.............................................Grace Kerr Student Assistants............................. Jeremy Smith-Danford, Rebecca Springer, Adriana Swancy, Lexxi Price, Alexandra Talbot, Kristina Worden Road Scholar On-site Coordinator................ Marilyn Hoover

For further information on course offerings, registration, teaching courses or to get on the mailing list, call (707) 826-3731 or visit www.humboldt.edu/extended HSU is an AA/EO Employer.

AUGUST 2012 S

M

T

5 6 7 12 13 14 19 20 21 26 27 28

W

R

F

S

1 2 3 4 8 9 10 11 15 16 17 18 22 23 24 25 29 30 31

SEPTEMBER 2012 S

M

T

W

R

F

S

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 OCTOBER 2012 S

7 14 21 28

M

T

W

R

F

S

1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 10 11 12 13 15 16 17 18 19 20 22 23 24 25 26 27 29 30 31

NOVEMBER 2012 S

M

T

W

4 5 6 7 11 12 13 14 18 19 20 21 25 26 27 28

R

F

S

1 2 3 8 9 10 15 16 17 22 23 24 29 30

DECEMBER 2012 S

2 9 16 23 30

M

T

W

R

F

S

1 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 18 19 20 21 22 24 25 26 27 28 29 31

HSU Phone Numbers Academic Personnel Services.....................................5086 Academic Programs...................................................3949 Academic Support Programs......................................4781 Admissions.................................................................4402 Advising Center...........................................................5224 Alumni Relations........................................................3132 Anthropology..............................................................3139 Art .............................................................................3624 Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences, College of............4491 Assessment of Prior Learning.....................................3641 Associated Students....................................................3771 Athletics.....................................................................3666 Bias Response Team/Diversity & Inclusion.................4949 Biological Sciences.....................................................3245 Bookstore..................................................................3741 Budget Office..............................................................3316 Business, School of ...................................................3224 Campus Center for Appropriate Technology................3551 Career Center.............................................................3341 Cashier (Student Financial Services)..........................6789 Center Activities..........................................................3357 CenterArts..................................................................4411 Center for Indian Community Development................3711 Chemistry...................................................................3277 Child Development.....................................................3471 Children’s Center........................................................3838 College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences........................4491 Natural Resources & Sciences...............................3256 Professional Studies..............................................3961 Communication..........................................................3261 Computer Science......................................................3143 Contracts & Procurement...........................................3512 Counseling & Psychological Services..........................3236 Critical Race, Gender & Sexuality Studies....................4503 Dining Services...........................................................3451 Disability Resource Center, Student.............................4678 Diversity Plan Action Council/Diversity & Inclusion....4503 Economic, Community & Business Development........3919 Economics.................................................................3204 Education...................................................................5873 Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) /Student Support Services......................................4781 Elementary Education.................................................5867 Engineering (Env. Resources)....................................3619 English.......................................................................3758 Enrollment Management, Outreach & Recruitment.....4402 Environmental Management & Protection...................4147 Ethnic Studies.............................................................4329 Extended Education....................................................3731 Financial Aid..............................................................4321 Fiscal Affairs, Director................................................3521 Fisheries Biology........................................................3953 Forestry & Wildland Resources...................................3935 Foundation, Advancement..........................................5146

Foundation, HSU Sponsored Programs.......................4189 French/World Languages & Culture............................3226 Geography..................................................................3946 Geology......................................................................3931 German/World Languages & Culture...........................3226 Graduate Studies & Research......................................3949 Health Center, Student................................................3146 Help Desk (Computing).............................................4357 History.......................................................................3641 Housing & Dining Services.........................................3451 Human Resources & Risk Management......................3626 Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center (HBAC) ............... 443-4222 Humboldt Music Academy..........................................3411 Humboldt Orientation Program (HOP)......................3510 ID Office.....................................................................5601 Indian Natural Resources, Sciences & Engineering Program.........................................4998 Indian Teacher & Educational Personnel Program...............................................3672 Industrial Technology.................................................3224 Information (Campus Operator)................................3011 Information Technology Services................................3815 International English Language Institute.....................5878 International Programs..............................................4142 Journalism & Mass Communication............................4775 KHSU-FM....................................................................4807 Kinesiology & Recreation Administration....................4536 KRFH-AM....................................................................3257 Learning Center/Tutorial Services...............................5217 Learning & Tutorial Lab..............................................4266 Liberal Studies/Elementary Education.........................3752 Library.......................................................................3441 Lumberjack Newspaper..............................................3271 Marine Laboratory......................................................3671 Marine Wildlife Care Center........................................3450 Mathematics...............................................................3143 Media Services...........................................................3166 Moodle Support.........................................................3633 Multicultural Center...................................................3364 Museum, Natural History............................................4479 Music.........................................................................3531 National Student Exchange.........................................6229 Native American Studies.............................................4329 Natural Resources & Sciences, College of...................3256 Nursing......................................................................3215 Oceanography............................................................3540 Operator (University).................................................3011 Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI)....................5880 Over 60 Program........................................................3731 Parking & Commuter Services....................................3773 Payroll........................................................................3736 Peace Corps...............................................................3342 Philosophy.................................................................4124 Physical Education.....................................................4536 Physics & Astronomy..................................................3277

For all numbers: Use area code 707 For 4-digit extensions, use prefix 826- off campus.

Police, University........................................................5555 Politics.......................................................................4494 President’s Office........................................................3311 Psychology.................................................................3755 Public Safety/Police....................................................5555 Rangeland Resources.................................................3935 Records & Registration...............................................4101 Recreation Administration..........................................4536 Redwood Arts Project.................................................5801 Redwood Science Project...........................................3477 Redwood Writing Project............................................5109 Registrar, Office of the................................................4101 Religious Studies........................................................4126 Residence Halls..........................................................3330 Schatz Energy Research Center...................................4345 Scholarships...............................................................4321 Secondary Education..................................................5867 Service Learning Center..............................................4964 Social Work................................................................4448 Social Work, Masters of..............................................4443 Sociology....................................................................3139 Soils...........................................................................3935 Spanish/World Languages & Culture...........................3226 Special Education.......................................................5795 Student Academic Services Outreach Program............4791 Student Disability Resource Center (SCRC).................4678 Student Employment/Career Center............................3341 Student Financial Services..........................................6789 The Studio School......................................................3819 Talent Search..............................................................4791 Teaching English as a Second Language......................4149 Testing Center.............................................................3611 Theatre, Film & Dance................................................3566 Ticket Office, Center Arts............................................3928 Transcript Request Recording....................................6185 Undergraduate Studies...............................................4192 University Advancement..............................................5101 University Computing Services....................................3815 Veterans Enrollment & Transition Services..................6272 Vice President for Academic Affairs....................................................3722 Administrative Affairs.............................................3351 Advancement.........................................................5101 Student Affairs.......................................................3361 Visitors’ Center...........................................................6270 Watershed Management..............................................3935 Wildlife Management..................................................3953 Women’s Center..........................................................4216 Women’s Studies.........................................................4925 Work-Study Jobs/Career Center..................................3341 World Languages & Cultures.......................................3226 Youth Educational Services.........................................4965 To locate other HSU campus phone numbers, consult www.humboldt.edu/tns/directory.php

FALL 2012

REGISTRATION & PAYMENT OF FEES ....................2 ADDS, DROPS & REFUNDS . ........................................3 EXTENSION . ..................................................................... 4 DISTANCE/ONLINE LEARNING . ...............................21 REGISTRATION FORM: EXTENSION .......................23 OLLI.....................................................................................25 REGISTRATION FORM: OLLI ......................................63 OPEN UNIVERSITY ......................................................65 GENERAL INFORMATION . ........................................76 HSU MAP . ........................................................................79 HSU PHONE NUMBERS . ........INSIDE BACK COVER

OLLI Osher Lifelong Learning Institute OPEN HOUSE.............................................................................................25 CALENDAR & INFORMATION.............................................................. 26 INDEX BY DAY OF THE WEEK............................................................. 28 REGISTRATION FORM............................................................................63 ART.................................................................................................39, 50, 58 COMMUNITY......................................................... 31, 32, 33, 34, 38, 61 CULINARY................................................................................................. 54 FILM...............................................................................................................51 GLOBAL & CIVIC ISSUES............................................................ 58, 59 HEALTH.......................................................... 41, 42, 44, 45, 46, 48, 52 HISTORY......................................32, 33, 35, 36, 37, 52, 53, 55, 58, 59 LITERATURE/POETRY............................................37, 50, 51, 52, 53 MUSIC....................................................................................................30, 31 PRACTICAL SKILLS.......................................................................43, 60 SCIENCE/MATH..........................................................38, 50, 51, 55, 56 SELF................................................... 40, 41, 46, 47, 49, 49, 50, 52, 60 TRAVEL/FIELD TRIPS..................................... 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 57 WRITING.................................................................37, 40, 41, 49, 56, 50

ON THE COVER: Manarola, Cinque Terra (Italy), watercolor by Martha Johnson, activities coordinator at Talent Search, Humboldt State University. More of her work may be seen at Belle Starr in Eureka during the month of September, and on her website at marthajanejohnson.com.

Extension CREATIVE ARTS

Dynamic Writing: The Creative Adventure..............................................6 Humboldt Music Academy.......................................................................... 5 Obon Odori: Japanese Festival Dance.....................................................6 Photo 101: Beyond Snapshots...................................................................4 Native American Beadwork, Design & Leatherwork............................4 Studio School................................................................................................. 5

LANGUAGE & CULTURE

European Basketweaving in Archaeology...............................................8 International Education Week....................................................................9 International English Language Institute Homestay Program..........9 Italian, Beginning........................................................................................... 7 Japanese, Introduction to............................................................................ 7 Russian, Introductory...................................................................................8 Tell Me More Interactive Language Learning.........................................9

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Adobe Dreamweaver CS5, Intro to......................................................... 12 Adobe Illustrator CS5, Intro to................................................................. 13 Adobe InDesign CS5, Intro to................................................................... 13 Adobe Photoshop CS5, Intro to............................................................... 12

CE Credits Online........................................................................................ 20 Child Abuse Mandated Reporter Training............................................. 14 Ecotourism Planning & Management Certificate Program............... 19 Exercise Nutrition Certificate Program...................................................11 Faculty Preparation, Certificate (Teaching in Higher Education)..... 20 Five Elements of Traditional Chinese Medicine................................... 16 Graduate Records Exam (GRE) Preparation Class..............................11 Holistic Medicine, Introduction to............................................................17 Legal Secretary Certificate Course......................................................... 15 Managing People: Increasing Motivation & Performance.................10 Notary Training............................................................................................. 15 Paralegal Certificate Course..................................................................... 15 Regional Training Institute (RTI) Disaster Preparedness.................18 Sheng Zhen Healing Qigong......................................................................17 Social Work Online BA and MSW............................................................ 21 Suicide Intervention.................................................................................... 14 Traditional Chinese Medicine, Introduction to...................................... 16

UNIVERSITY EDVENTURES Over 60 Program........................................................................................22 Sierra Institute Wilderness & Cultural Field Studies...........................22

Open University Classes shown here are just a sampling of more than 2,000 available. See a complete listing at: www.humboldt.edu/~oaa/classes.shtml

ANTHROPOLOGY . ............................................................................. 66 BIOLOGY................................................................................................ 66 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION........................................................ 66 CHEMISTRY........................................................................................... 66 CHINESE STUDIES...............................................................................67 COMPUTER SCIENCE.........................................................................67 CRITICAL RACE, GENDER & SEXUALITY STUDIES..................67 DANCE......................................................................................................67 ENGINEERING...................................................................................... 68 ENGLISH . .............................................................................................. 68 ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT & PROTECTION............... 68 ETHNIC STUDIES................................................................................. 69 FILM......................................................................................................... 69 FRENCH STUDIES................................................................................70 GEOGRAPHY..........................................................................................70 GEOLOGY................................................................................................70 GERMAN...................................................................................................71

HISTORY...................................................................................................71 INTERNATIONAL STUDIES................................................................71 MATHEMATICS.......................................................................................71 MUSIC.......................................................................................................72 NATIVE AMERICAN STUDIES..........................................................72 OCEANOGRAPHY.................................................................................72 PHILOSOPHY........................................................................................72 PHYSICS..................................................................................................73 POLITICAL SCIENCE...........................................................................73 PSYCHOLOGY........................................................................................73 RELIGIOUS STUDIES..........................................................................73 SOCIOLOGY............................................................................................74 SPANISH..................................................................................................74 STATISTICS.............................................................................................74 THEATER ARTS................................................................................... 24 WOMEN’S STUDIES............................................................................75

Distance Learning CE Credits Online (for educators).......................................................... 20 Ecotourism Certificate Program.............................................................. 19 Exercise Nutrition Certificate Program...................................................11 Certificate in Faculty Preparation........................................................... 20 Paralegal & Legal Secretary..................................................................... 15

Cultural Anthopology: ANTH 104.......................................................... 66 Anthropology of Religion: ANTH 302................................................... 66 Legal Environment of Business: BA 210.............................................. 66 Financial Accounting: BA 250................................................................ 66 Introduction to Psychology: PSYC 104.................................................73

Registration Read this information carefully.

Keep your receipts.

Registration OPEN UNIVERSITY, OVER 60 PROGRAM & HIGH SCHOOL CONCURRENT

Payment of Fees (All courses) Payment by check, money order, cash or credit card is accepted. Please make all checks or money orders payable to Humboldt State University.

® Full payment of fees is required at the time of registration.

Signatures are required. See page 65 for Open University registration process. See page 22 for Over 60 Program information. For High School Concurrent Program registration information, visit www.humboldt.edu/highschool.

NOTE: Instructors may exclude a student from attending courses if the student cannot provide proof of registration for the course.

EXTENDED EDUCATION

DEADLINES

(excluding above programs)

A $25 fee will apply to late registrations. Refer to the next page for critical deadlines.

Registrations and payments will be processed in the order received. An enrollment summary will be e-mailed to you after your registration is processed.

FEES (Subject to revision)

BY MAIL:

EXTENSION: Noncredit Classes.................................... As listed Extension Credit: Per Unit.......................... $150 Contract Credit: Per Unit................................. $50

Use the registration form in this bulletin. Students are encouraged to register by mail as soon as possible to help ensure enrollment in their choice of classes. Indicate bankcard number, expiration date and 3-digit security code, or make check/money order payable to Humboldt State University and send with your completed registration form to:

OPEN UNIVERSITY, SPECIAL SESSION & HIGH SCHOOL CONCURRENT PROGRAM: Per Unit............................................................ $220

Office of Distance & Extended Education Humboldt State University 1 Harpst St. Arcata, CA 95521-8299

GRADUATE CONTINUOUS ENROLLMENT: Per Unit.............................................................$320

You will be notified by telephone if your registration is received after a class is closed to further enrollment. If you register by mail, you will receive an e-mail confirmation.

OVER 60 PROGRAM: Fee for up to 6 units.......................................... $51

BY PHONE:

MISCELLANEOUS: Withdrawal Service Fee..................................$10 Late Registration Fee ................................... $25 Transcript..............................................................$4 Check Returned by Bank ✱ . .........................$25

Students who hold MasterCard, VISA or Discover credit cards may register for Extended Education courses by telephoning (707) 826-3731.

ONLINE: Students with Internet access may register for Extended Education courses at the following website. The latest schedule and current updates will be found along with registration instructions. Fee payment with VISA, Mastercard or Discover credit cards will be required online via secure server to process the registration.

www.humboldt.edu/extended

IN PERSON: You may register in person at the Office of Distance & Extended Education, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. The office is located in the Student and Business Services Building, Suite 211, at the corner of Harpst and B Streets.

2

A “returned check” charge is assessed for a check returned to the Cashier unpaid by the bank for any reason. There is a $25.00 fee for all returned checks, including “stop payments.” In addition, there may be a late registration fee charged if the returned check was made in payment of registration fees. In accordance with the State Administrative Manual, Section 8023, all persons who have issued a check to the University that was dishonored by the bank may be required to make all further payments by cash, certified check, cashier’s check or money order. Students may also be liable for punitive damages allowable through the California Civil Code, Chapter 522, Section 1719, which states that the maker of a dishonored check can be held liable for three times the amount of the check, or $100, whichever is more, up to $500, plus the face value of the check and court costs.

Drops, adds and refunds are never automatic! Read this information carefully.

Adds, Drops & Refunds Drop & Refund Policy Since Extended Education is a self-supporting program, enrollments in courses must be sufficient to pay salaries and other expenses. The following refund procedures have been adopted according to the formula for refunds established in Title V of the California Administrative Code. A student who, for any reason, finds it impossible to complete the course for which s/he is registered must inform the Office of Distance & Extended Education by completing and submitting the proper forms. Please allow four to six weeks to receive refund. Credit card refunds are in the form of a credit on account. For refund purposes, the drop will be effective as of the time during normal business hours (MondayFriday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.) that Extended Education receives, or is able to receive written notification. Non-attendance or stopping payment on a check or payment voucher does not constitute an official drop, nor does only notification to the instructor. Drops do not necessarily entitle the student to a refund of fees paid, or the cancellation of fees still due. Refunds or cancellations of fees still due will be computed in accordance with the following terms:

CLASS CANCELS (All courses)

All fees returned.

DROP BEFORE FIRST CLASS SESSION (All courses) The entire course fee will be refunded less a $10 administrative fee or any non-returnable deposit. The drop will be effective as of the time during normal business hours that written notification is received.

DROP ON OR AFTER FIRST CLASS SESSION OPEN UNIVERSITY/OVER 60/ HIGH SCHOOL CONCURRENT (Semester-long courses): 65% of fees collected will be refunded until the end of the fourth week of the semester. No refund will be issued after the end of the fourth week of the semester. During the first four weeks of instruction, a student may drop a class without obtaining instructor approval and no notation will be recorded on the student’s academic record. The student

IMPORTANT DEADLINES Deadline to:

Open University, Over 60 and High School Concurrent (full semester courses)

Extension, Special Session, OLLI and non-credit

DROP and receive full refund minus $10

Aug. 20

Prior to 1st class meeting

ADD without a late fee

Aug. 31

Prior to 2nd class meeting

ADD with a $25 late fee

Sept. 17

Before 25% of course time has elapsed

DROP without a serious and compelling reason and receive partial (65%) refund

Sept. 17

Before 25% of course time has elapsed

File to change grade option to AUDIT

Sept. 17

Before 25% of course time has elapsed

File to take a course credit/no credit

Oct. 15

Before 50% of course time has elapsed

DROP with a serious and compelling reason (no refund)

Oct. 29

Before 75% of course time has elapsed

must complete a Drop Form available from the Office of Distance & Extended Education. After the first four weeks of classes, instructor, Department Chair approval, and a serious and compelling reason is required. The student must submit the completed Drop Form to the Office of Distance & Extended Education. A “W” grade is recorded on the academic record. Failure to officially drop will result in a failing grade. The time of drop will be determined by the date on which the Office of Distance & Extended Education received written notification of the student’s drop, or by the postmark date on such mailed notification, whichever occurs first.

EXTENSION, SPECIAL SESSION, NON-CREDIT COURSES (Five meetings duration or longer):

All courses, including arranged classes, i.e., Directed/ Independent/Conference studies and Graduate Continuous Enrollment, are considered to have begun on the first day of the semester (e.g., if you enroll midterm for an independent study, for refund purposes you have begun your studies on the first day of classes for that semester). Refunds will be computed on this basis.

(Internet/Online; excluding Open University)

65% of fees collected will be refunded until 25% of the course time has elapsed, after which no refund will be made. The instructor’s signature on drop form or an e-mail verification is required. Failure to officially drop will result in a failing grade. Courses of FOUR MEETINGS OR LESS: a student is not eligible for a refund if drop from the course occurs at any time after the course has begun.

DISTANCE LEARNING No refund will be issued for dropping a distance learning course once the student has been given access to the course.

RETROACTIVE REFUNDS Requests for retroactive refunds due to extenuating circumstances must be received within six months of the last day of the course.

Phone numbers for HSU Offices and Departments are on inside back cover.

3

Creative Arts

.............. PHOTO 101 Beyond Snapshots Tired of being disappointed in the photos you take? Here is your opportunity to learn the basics of taking a GREAT photograph. Through lectures, videos, demonstrations, assignments and critiques, you will learn helpful techniques that will definitely improve your photographic skills. This class will enhance your ability to see the world from a new perspective with an “artistic eye.” We will focus on making/taking a good photograph, not on fixing a mediocre one through Photoshop. Basic working knowledge of your digital or film format camera recommended.

date time fee place instr course

Thurs., Sept. 6-Oct. 4 6-8 p.m. $100 HGH 225 Lorraine Miller-Wolf EENC X031, 47252

PHOTOS BY LORRAINE MILLER-WOLF

Lorraine Miller-Wolf has been a professional photographer of people and events for close to 30 years. She has a teaching credential from HSU and has taught for HSU Extended Education and the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI). Lorraine’s photographs have been exhibited extensively throughout the county.

4

HSU Office of Distance & Extended Education

NATIVE AMERICAN BEADWORK, DESIGN & LEATHERWORK Among the indigenous nations of North America, decorations of clothing and other tools were abundant. Among the decorations is beadwork. It can turn any simple buckskin bag or clothing into a beautiful work of art. Students will develop their skills in Native American Indian bead work and design, using traditional and contemporary material. In the advanced class, students will further their proficiency in developing their own designs, and different styles of beading. This course is also for those who would like to work on regalia for ceremonial purposes. INTRO COURSE: date Tues./Thurs., Sept. 11-Nov. 15 time 6-8 p.m. fee $125, plus $50 materials fee place WFB 250 instr Lonnie & Winema Weeks course EENC X035, 47312 ADVANCED COURSE: date Tues./Thurs., Sept. 11-Nov. 15 time 6-8 p.m. fee $125 place WFB 250 instr Lonnie & Winema Weeks course EENC X035, 47313 Winema Huitt Weeks is a Paiute enrolled with the Klamath Tribes of Chiloquin Oregon. She has been dancing traditionally for over 35 years. Winema learned to bead at the age of eight. She became a cap wearer (Keeper of the Culture) at age 24. She has taught beading since the 1970s and has taught regalia making classes, inter-tribal and ceremonial at Eureka High School Indian Club. She has lived in Humboldt County for over 30 years. She has been retained to make repairs on many museum quality regalia pieces. Lonnie Weeks is an enrolled member of the Three Affiliated Tribes of North Dakota, his blood line is Assiniboine/Sioux and Arikara. He is a pipe carrier and Sundancer for the Assiniboine people of the Fort Peck Tribe, Wolf Point, Mont. Lonnie started beading at age 11. He has been beading, making moccasins, animal hide rattles, and carving pipes for over 30 years.

• www.humboldt.edu/extended • (707) 826-3731 • FALL 2012

Creative Arts A visual arts program for kids!

MUSIC CLASSES FOR AGES 2-18

FALL CLASSES RUN SEPT. 8-NOV. 6

Next session: Fall 2012 l A distinctive visual arts program of the HSU Art Dept. and the Office of Distance & Extended Education l Kids ages 5-13 get to create art in an authentic studio environment l Access to collections and exhibitions at HSU Reese Bullen Gallery and the Morris Graves Museum of Art l Exceptional student-teacher ratio l Teachers are experienced art educators and artists l Youth will explore a variety of techniques using real artists’ materials l Classes are held on Saturdays on the HSU campus. l Fees are only $95 per student for 8 weeks of classes

TO REGISTER, CALL (707) 826-3819 studios@humboldt.edu ART DEPARTMENT HUMBOLDT STATE UNIVERSITY

www.humboldt.edu/studioschool HSU Office of Distance & Extended Education

Classes are held on the HSU campus on Saturdays between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. Private lessons are scheduled on Saturday or during the week. Instructors are HSU Music Department faculty, advanced music students and other qualified members of the local community.

classes Singing Games (ages 2-4) Introduction to Musical Theater (ages 4-5) Musical Theater (ages 6-8) Advanced Musical Theater (IA) Fiddle Levels 1, 2, 3, 4

ensembles Flute Choir Chamber Music

Pre-registration is encouraged. Registration packets are available outside the Music Academy office at Music Room 128, as a download from the website, or may be requested via e-mail or phone (below). You may also register in person from 9 a.m. to noon at the HSU Music Building lobby on

Harp Ensemble Jazz Ensemble Junior Orchestra

lessons Beginning, Intermediate, Advanced: 30/45/60 minutes

Registration Day is Saturday, Aug. 18. Late registrations are accepted after Registration Day on a space-available basis.

Humboldt Music Academy (707) 826-3411 • hma@humboldt.edu See course and instructor details at

www.humboldt.edu/hma

• www.humboldt.edu/extended • (707) 826-3731 • FALL 2012

5

Obon Odori:

Dynamic Writing

Japanese Festival Dance

THE CREATIVE ADVENTURE

This is an introduction to traditional Japanese folk dance done at the mid-summer Obon Festivals throughout Japanese communities. We will learn both current and older dances, some using fans, towels and castanets. The course will include styling and cultural context with explanations, dance notes and discography. This is a course for all ages and abilities.

ILLUSTRATION BY JESSE AUSTIN

EXTENSION

Creative Arts

date time fee place instr course

Writing is the gateway art to the great inner realm of creativity. These three seminar meetings will feature heaps of in-class dynamic writing. Dive deep into yourself, write with surging abandon, explore metaphysical suppositions and dream the new universe. Free writing, journal writing, e-mail construction, public and private letter writing, and fiction stories will be the focus of discussion and writing. Characterization, setting and plot, and other story elements will be considered. Also, the mechanics of story submission for publication, the good habits of writers, and finding the bridge between writing and your own sublime unconscious. Be the proud traveler of your own constructed history – write! date Sat., Oct. 6-20 time noon-3:30 p.m. fee $55 place HGH 106 instr Jesse Austin course EENC X023, 47262 Jesse Austin has taught classes through Extended Education for over 12 years. He has published children’s stories, written a weekly script for a radio show, has written and performed numerous solo performances and presented hundreds of workshops on writing and creativity all over the West for more than 20 years. He has also performed, published and made writing workshop presentations in New Zealand.

6

HSU Office of Distance & Extended Education

Thurs., Sept. 6-Oct. 25 6-8 p.m. $60 GH 002 Craig Kurumada EENC x044, 47251

Craig Kurumada has been teaching traditional dance in Humboldt County for over 20 years. He grew up performing Obon dancing in the Japanese community in Salt Lake City, Utah. He has taught at Mendocino Folklore Camp and with the Humboldt Folk Dancers in Arcata. He was general director of the Zivio Ethnic Ensemble in Salt Lake City from 1988-1993, a performing folk dance company of 40 singers, dancers and musicians. He currently teaches international folk dancing and plays music with the band Chubritza in Arcata.

• www.humboldt.edu/extended • (707) 826-3731 • FALL 2012

Language & Culture Introduction to This course is an introduction to understanding basic Japanese grammar structure, vocabulary, and writing system (hiragana and katakana). It will focus on developing conversational skills that enable students to use the language in a variety of practical situations. Japanese culture and customs are also introduced in given topics. The textbook for both sessions, Japanese for Busy People (revised 3rd edition, Kana version) and Kana Workbook are available at HSU Bookstore. Mie Matsumoto is a native Japanese speaker and has over 15 years in teaching college level Japanese. She has taught classes for HSU Extended Education and College of the Redwoods. She has taught all levels and different age groups on a private basis. She is also experienced in commercial translation and services in diverse industries.

SESSION 1

An optional one unit of credit is available for this course for an additional fee (WLC 120). To receive one unit of credit, you must attend and participate in all class meetings.

date time fee place instr course credit

Tues./Thurs., Sept. 18-Oct. 25 5:30-7:30 p.m. $125, $50 additional for credit (optional) SH 116 Giulia Marini EENC X047, 47263 WLC 120, 1 unit (CR/NC), 47264

Giulia Marini holds a Ph.D. from the University of Padua (Italy). She came to Humboldt County in 1980 and has taught classes for over 20 years.

This session is for students who have no knowledge of Japanese or anyone who wants to refresh their previous learning.

date time fee place instr course credit

This course introduces Italian grammar and builds a basic vocabulary allowing you to communicate ideas and travel needs. Examine Italian culture through reading, the Web, and other activities.

Tues./Thurs., Sept. 18-Oct. 11 5:30-7:30 p.m. $125, plus $50 additional for credit (optional) TA 110 Mie Matsumoto EENC X047, 47267 WLC 120, 1 unit (CR/NC), 47265

SESSION 2 Students must meet a prerequisite (Introduction to Japanese Session 1 or equivalent). This course continues to develop basic communication skills and expand vocabulary and sentence structures.

date time fee place instr course credit

Tues./Thurs., Oct. 16-Nov. 8 5:30-7:30 p.m. $125, plus $50 additional for credit (optional) TA 110 Mie Matsumoto EENC X047, 47268 WLC 120, 1 unit (CR/NC), 47266

HSU Office of Distance & Extended Education

• www.humboldt.edu/extended • (707) 826-3731 • FALL 2012

7

EXTENSION

Language & Culture INTRODUCTORY

RUSSIAN LANGUAGE & CULTURE

This class is an introduction to the historical, archaeological and cultural significance of the development of basketweaving. Basket weaving has been part of human development for thousands of years. We will look at basket weaving technologies throughout Europe and the Mid-East and each student will have the chance to complete a least two baskets using multiple weaving techniques. This course includes lectures and hands-on weaving instruction. Students will create baskets including a market style basket with plaiting and color pattern work and a ribbed basket – either melon or egg – using continuous weave techniques. date Mon./Wed., Oct. 1-24 time 6-8 p.m. fee $75, $50 additional for credit (optional) place BSS 136 instr Barbara Klessig course EENC X011, 47316 credit ANTH 328, 1 unit (CR/NC), 47317

This course is for those who have little or no knowledge of the Russian language. By the end of the course, you will become familiar with the Russian alphabet (Cyrillic), basic reading and writing, and everyday communication such as greeting people formally and informally, counting, and telling the time. You will also learn about grammar points, specifically the Russian cases, adjectives, nouns, verb conjugations, and verbs of motion. Finally, cultural notes about Russian history, arts and literature, and the Russian language will be woven into the course. Additionally, two or three films in Russian (with English subtitles) will be shown and discussed. Required textbooks: Golosa: A Basic Course in Russian, Book 1 (third edition). Richard Robin, Karen EvansRomaine, Galina Shatalina, and Joanna Robin. Prentice Hall, 2002. (Available online, new or used)

BEGINNING: date time fee place instr course

Mon., Oct. 8-Dec. 3 (no class Mon., Nov. 19) 5:30-7:30 p.m. $100 HGH 204 Natalia Novikova EENC X047, 47314

Barbara Klessig has woven baskets for over 30 years and taught basketweaving for 25 years. She received her B.A. in anthropology from HSU, is currently a graduate student in the HSU Environment and Community Program and is an archaeologist specializing in textiles and fiber perishables of Europe and the Mid-East. Her research has taken her to many museums and sites around Europe.

INTERMEDIATE:* date time fee place instr course

EUROPEAN BASKETWEAVING IN ARCHAEOLOGY

Wed., Oct. 10-Dec. 5 (no class Wed., Nov. 21) 5:30-7:30 p.m. $100 HGH 204 Natalia Novikova EENC X047, 47315

* Prerequisite: Completion of beginning course or instructor prior approval. Natalia Novikova is from Moscow, Russia. She holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in philosophy from Moscow State Academic University for the Humanities at the Russian Academy of Sciences. In 2001, she moved to New York City where she began a career at the Columbia University Harriman (former Russian) Institute. Since then, she has taught Russian language to a diverse group of students at various language levels, including a successful beginning level course at Extended Education in spring 2012. She also offers cross-cultural consultations to those relocating to Russia.

8

HSU Office of Distance & Extended Education

BASKET BY BARBARA KLESSIG

• www.humboldt.edu/extended • (707) 826-3731 • FALL 2012

Language & Culture Tell Me More®:

Nov. 9-16, 2012 The community is invited to learn about international issues and events FREE ADMISSION! • Keynote speaker, featured lectures and presentations • Panel discussions on current events and globalization • Workshops on studying, working and living abroad • Food, fashion and fun from around the world Optional one-unit credit (CR/NC) is available through Open University, for $220. Credit is earned by attending 15 hours of presentations Nov. 9-16. Register for the International Education Colloquium through one of the following: Anthropology 387 (47005) Geography 387 (46960) Economics 387 (46924) History 387 (46847) International Studies 387 (46977)

Mandatory pre-event meeting for those enrolled for academic credit on Thursday, Sept. 13 at 7 p.m. in Founders Hall 118. For more information about International Education Week, visit

www.humboldt.edu/iew or contact HSU Extended Education:

(707) 826-3731

Interactive Language Learning Have you always wanted to learn another language? Or would you like to practice and increase your skills in a language you have already learned? Enjoy language learning technology whenever and wherever you want. In a language lab, in class, at home, or anywhere else there is an internet connection, you can progress through your lessons at your own pace and take advantage of language learning with business and career specific supplemental content. Award-winning Tell Me More® delivers an engaging learning experience that combines innovative content with the latest in learning theory and pedagogy while leveraging state-of-the-art technology. German, French, Italian, Spanish, Dutch and English as a Second Language (ESL) are available online. For semester-long access to this new and exciting technology, register now. (Those students registering for 1 unit of academic credit will be required to meet time and progress benchmarks.) Noncredit.................EENC X075, 47325......................................$75 Credit (1 unit)...........See options below..........................................$220 Italian, Dutch, English, ESL.......... WLC 110, Levels 1, 2, 3 or 4 French Levels 1, 2, 3 or 4:............. FREN 110 Spanish Levels 1, 2, 3 or 4:........... SPAN 110 German Levels 1, 2, 3 or 4:............ GERM 110

.

To register for credit, call 707-826-3731

.

International English Language Institute (IELI) Homestays and room rentals are needed for international students!

Home Stay Program IELI at Humboldt State University invites you to help international students reach their goals as they study English as a second language. Homes are needed on an ongoing basis for adult students. New students start the IELI program every two months. Length of stay varies. If you would like to house one of these students, or find out about longterm homestays, please contact Nicola Moloney for details*:

(707) 826-3555 or visit: www.humboldt.edu/ieli

* Students usually pay $500 to $800 per mo.; remuneration varies according to services provided.

HSU Office of Distance & Extended Education

• www.humboldt.edu/extended • (707) 826-3731 • FALL 2012

9

Professional Development

Managing People: INCREASING MOTIVATION & PERFORMANCE Do the people on your team possess more talent, intelligence, capability, and creativity than they currently use on the job? Are you feeling pressure to produce a lot more for less? Learn collaborative methods to unleash motivation, overcome frustration, improve communication, and increase performance. These workshops will help you increase your own effectiveness and coach others to success. They are valuable for experienced managers as well as for new team leaders. The courses can be taken individually or as a series. Janet Ruprecht spent 10 years as director of marketing for a successful start-up in the computer industry, a company ranked one of the best places to work in the U.S. When she was tapped by the founders to help keep it that way, she began by streamlining procedures across functions in order to increase profits. She further began to teach management, organizational and personal development skills workshops to the managers and employees of four sister companies. Upon returning to Humboldt County, she founded Actions Speak Louder to offer management skills training. She has trained local leaders in the business, government, non-profit, and educational sectors.

10

Managing Time, People, & Priorities

Motivation, Expectations, & Constructive Feedback

Learn to use (and coach) easy and effective tools to improve time management, prioritization, workload balance, controlling interruptions, and delegation. Discover how to make better use of your resources and increase your influence over your own manager, your staff, and your organization.

Develop your staff and increase motivation by clearly communicating roles, responsibilities and boundaries, and by delivering timely feedback. Three forms of feedback are taught: recognizing and encouraging best performance; constructively asking for change; and receiving feedback gracefully, even when it is delivered unpleasantly.

date time fee place instr course

Fri., Sept. 7 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. $75, plus $10 materials fee HBAC Janet Ruprecht EENC X009, 47254

Effective Communication & Interaction Gain insight into your own and others’ orientations, priorities, and motives in carrying out work and relating to other people. Recognize how people differ, and better appreciate strengths different from your own. Discover how behavior changes during stress. Learn how to adapt your approach in order to communicate and influence more effectively. Improve your listening skills so that your own contributions will be better received. This course uses the American Management Association’s DISC survey, which allows you to diagnose your own style and learn to assess others’.

date time fee place instr course

Fri., Oct. 5 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. $75, plus $25 materials fee HBAC Janet Ruprecht EENC X009, 47255

HSU Office of Distance & Extended Education

date time fee place instr course

Fri., Nov. 9 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. $75, plus $10 materials fee HBAC Janet Ruprecht EENC X009, 47256

Coaching for Performance Encourage individual staff members to tackle new challenges, make decisions, and solve problems on their own. Learn to tailor your approach: the different generations are differently motivated. Discover an easy and effective 6-step process for coaching. Plan and practice a forthcoming coaching session. Examine solutions for dealing with difficult people. Learn what you can do when your high performer is also a difficult person. Assess the challenges and solutions when coaching someone in a remote location.

date time fee place instr course

Fri., Dec. 7 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. $60, plus $15 materials fee HBAC Janet Ruprecht EENC X009, 47257

• www.humboldt.edu/extended • (707) 826-3731 • FALL 2012

Professional Development An ONLINE Certificate in Exercise Nutrition is offered to students and working professionals who wish to expand their knowledge of the complex relationship between nutrition and exercise.

THE CERTIFICATE To earn a Certificate in Exercise Nutrition, students must complete four 3-unit classes, for a total of 12 units. The courses, beginning with HED 342, must be taken sequentially. Instructor approval is required. Courses are presented entirely online. Each course is unique in the required assignments, but all have been designed to develop a strong online community of learners through asynchronous classroom discussions between students and the instructor. Students electronically submit assignments, quizzes and projects by required due dates. Each course has an online midterm and final examination to be completed during specific periods of time. ING E ANC DIST

LEA

RN

MORE INFORMATION: Contact Dr. Kathy Munoz Dept. of Kinesiology & Recreation at

kathy.munoz@humboldt.edu

REQUIRED COURSES Nutrition for Athletic Performance How food consumption and nutrition affect energy production and physical performance in sports activities. Analyze diet modifications, such as carbohydrate loading and use of ergogenic aids, to improve performance.

date fee place instr course

Aug. 20-Dec. 14 $660 Online Munoz HED 342, 3 units, 44731

Optimal Bone & Muscle Development This course explores the synergistic aspects of exercise and nutrition related to the development of strong bones and the maintenance, repair, and strength development of muscle. Prerequisites: HED 342 or HED 231 (or equivalent nutrition course); Human Physiology (ZOOL 113) is recommended. date Aug. 20-Dec. 14 fee $660 place Online instr Dobrowolski course HED 446, 3 units, 45672

Weight Control HED 344. Offered in spring 2013.

or visit:

Pharmacology & Chemical Ergogenic Aids

www.humboldt.edu/exercisenutrition

KINS 447. Offered in spring 2013.

HSU Office of Distance & Extended Education

Applying to

GRAD SCHOOL? Worried about the

GRE?

GET READY. TAKE THE

GRE Prep Class

SATURDAYS, SEPT. 22-OCT. 13 9 a.m.-5 p.m., HGH 225 In this instructor-coached GRE preparation course, you’ll learn to attack all types of GRE questions – including algebra, analytical writing and more. You will take practice tests in class, and after the course ends, you’ll have a year of online access so you may continue practicing from home. Cost: $395 (includes text, practice tests and more)

For information and to register [EENC X099, 47270]:

707-826-3731 www.humboldt.edu/ extended/gre

• www.humboldt.edu/extended • (707) 826-3731 • FALL 2012

11

Professional Development Adobe Creative Suite 5 ®

introductory & certificate courses

C

REATING DIGITALLY is a simple and satisfying experience when you utilize the tools and functions of Adobe Creative Suite 5 (CS5): Photoshop®, Illustrator®, InDesign® and Dreamweaver.® Learn the techniques for integrating Illustrator’s crisp line capacities and state-of-the-art Photoshop effects, then easily import and manipulate from within the dynamic page layout program of InDesign or publish to the web with Dreamweaver. Though each course is offered as an introduction to the application, the instructor is knowledgeable and able to answer advanced questions. Earn an HSU Office of Distance & Extended Education Adobe Creative Suite Certificate of Completion* upon completion of any three classes (Photoshop and Illustrator, plus either InDesign or Dreamweaver). Though not required, upon enrollment in any of the courses and with the purchase of an HSU ID card ($5), you will be eligible to purchase the academic version of the Adobe CS5 software from the HSU Bookstore at a substantial savings. Students work individually on Macintosh computers. Knowledge of computer basics required.

Intro to Adobe

Dreamweaver® Dreamweaver CS5 makes it possible for anyone to create and upload web pages and sites. Assuming class participants have no previous knowledge of web development, this introductory course goes step-by-step through the basic tools, panels and features of this dynamic Adobe web application.

Intro to Adobe

Photoshop

®

Adobe Photoshop CS5 is the quintessential imaging application for digital camera enthusiasts, professional photographers and other digital media artists. This fast-paced course, aimed at all users from beginners to professionals, offers an introduction to basic digital image reproduction and tools, as well as hands-on experience learning the powerful features of Photoshop’s image-editing strategies and techniques. With on-screen demonstration throughout, you will complete a series of supplied exercises utilizing layer masks and adjustments, painting, repairing, filters and effects. Techniques learned in Photoshop are easily transferred to Photoshop Elements.

date time fee place instr course

Tues./Thurs., Sept. 18-Oct. 2 6:30-9 p.m. $135 JH 212 Annie Reed EENC X031, 47258

Discover Dreamweaver’s simple interactive features such as links, navigation tabs and widgets. Create a web slideshow of multiple images. Learn the essentials of CSS, site structure, importing images, text, audio and movie clips. You will be guided through the steps necessary to publish a website. Using Dreamweaver, your web design can go live with no html code knowledge necessary! Note: An online website is not necessary for this course; however, to practice, students may wish to use the individual HSU web account available to all HSU students. To do so, enroll in this course two weeks prior to the first class and contact the HSU Help Desk (826-HELP) for assistance setting up your individual login, password and activated web account.

date time fee place instr course

Tues./Thurs., Oct. 9-Oct. 23 6:30-9 p.m. $135 JH 212 Annie Reed EENC X031, 47259

* To receive your HSU Office of Distance & Extended Education Certificate of Completion, fill out a certificate request form upon completion of any three courses and submit it to the Office of Distance & Extended Education. The request form is available from the instructor or at www.humboldt.edu/extended/pdf/adobecert.pdf

12

HSU Office of Distance & Extended Education

• www.humboldt.edu/extended • (707) 826-3731 • FALL 2012

Professional Development Intro to Adobe

Illustrator

Intro to Adobe

InDesign®

®

Illustrator is used extensively for logos, posters, business cards and stationary, technical and free-form illustrations, banners, posters, as well as quick-to-load web images. Based on in-class demonstration utilizing hands-on experience, you will complete a variety of supplied exercises familiarizing you with the efficiency of auto-tracing, drawing and editing digital images with pen tools; flowing type to paths; converting any photographic image to outlines; applying special effects and painting with color, textures and gradients. You will also learn the diversity and ease of working on layers. Though this is an introductory course for all levels, you will be introduced to several advanced Illustrator tricks and capabilities. Drawing skills are not needed; in fact, Illustrator offers everyone the opportunity to create beautiful artwork with no prior drawing skills.

date time fee place instr course

Tues./Thurs., Oct. 30-Nov. 13 6:30-9 p.m. $135 JH 212 Annie Reed EENC X031, 47260

The Instructor Annie Reid is a a painter, designer, illustrator and printmaker who works from her North Coast studio. Her artwork has been reproduced in both national and international print projects. Through teaching, Reid has shared her enthusiasm for digital media with others for over 20 years. (www.anniereid.com)

HSU Office of Distance & Extended Education

Learn the simple and effective page layout program that not only offers the advantage of integrating and editing images from Photoshop, Illustrator and Acrobat, but also simplifies publishing features to successfully print all your newsletter, online and printed book projects. This class is a hands-on exploration into the InDesign page layout, type and linked image features. You will learn the use of tools, menus and panels to create single and complex multi-page documents. Basic typographic terminology will be defined and applied, including special text effects. Through a series of in-class exercises, you will achieve an understanding of layer attributes, master pages, guides and margins, color definition, and linked graphic and multi-media formats.

date time fee place instr course

Tues./Thurs., Nov. 27-Dec. 11 6:30-9 p.m. $135 JH 212 Annie Reed EENC X031, 47261

looking aheaD: spring 2013 Advanced Photoshop A one-day beyond-the-basics opportunity to learn the tricks and techniques that maximize Photoshop’s professional potential, with demonstrations of its complex features and timesaving actions.

Adobe Project Workshop Use one or more of the Adobe applications (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Dreamweaver) to create that newsletter template, logo, design or digital art project you’ve always wanted, and get in-depth individual instruction along the way.

• www.humboldt.edu/extended • (707) 826-3731 • FALL 2012

13

Professional Development Presented by Humboldt County Department of Health & Human Services, Social Services Branch and Humboldt State University Office of Distance & Extended Education

S uicide Intervention Suicide intervention is perhaps the most stressful situation any of us are called upon to deal with, whether we are a counselor, a caregiver, a family member or friend. This one-day workshop looks at all the critical aspects one must consider to successfully intervene. We carefully look at the statistics and facts, examine our own attitudes and notions, and identify the indicators and predictors to assess the level of risk and the kind of intervention necessary. Also presented are the basics of interviewing skills needed in an interactive and practical manner. While this workshop is offered as continuing education for MFTs and LCSWs, others working in the field of health and human services are also invited to attend. There are limited spaces available. You must pre-register by Mon., Oct. 8.

date time fee place instr course credit CEUs

Fri., Oct. 12 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. $40 (includes lunch) $25 additional credit or CEUs (optional) HBAC Rebecca Porteous EENC X040, 47305 NURS X480, .5 unit (CR/NC), 47306; AIE 380, .5 unit (CR/NC), 47309 LCSW, EENC X087, 47307; MFT, EENC X088, 47308

Rebecca Porteous, LCSW, has presented this workshop for many years in the community and was originally trained by the Suicide Intervention Skills Workshop, California Department of Mental Health using a curriculum that was created in Canada.

Child Abuse

Mandated Reporter Training FRIDAY, NOV. 2

8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center • 921 Waterfront Dr., Eureka This 7.5-hour training is designed specifically for mandated reporters of child abuse. You will learn about the definitions and indicators of child abuse and neglect. You will find out how a mandated reporter is different from a discretionary reporter, and what is reasonable suspicion of abuse. Reporting procedures will be discussed. You will have an opportunity to discuss questions you have about the reporting process and will learn about the continuum of responses and services available to families after child abuse reports are made. Instructors for this course will present information from the perspective of Humboldt County Child Welfare Services. REGISTER BY MON., OCT. 29.

date time fee place instr course credit

CEUs

Fri., Nov. 2 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. $30 (includes lunch) $25 additional for credit or CEUs (optional) HBAC Cara Barnes EENC X021, 47319 NURS X480, .5 unit (CR/NC), 47322; EED/SED X701, .5 unit (CR/NC), 47323/47324 MFT, EENC X088, 47320; LCSW, EENC X087, 47321

Cara Barnes, M.A., psychology, is a social worker in the Emergency Response Unit. Carolyn Albee is a social worker supervisor.

*NURSING CEUS: According to the Board of Registered Nursing, “Courses taken for college or university credit can be used for RN continuing education. To compute the number of units earned into contact hours, use the following formula: 1 semester unit = 15 contact hours (1/2 semester unit = 7.5 contact hours). The name of the college or university should be submitted with the renewal, rather than the provider number.”

14

HSU Office of Distance & Extended Education

This course has been designed for mandated reporters: health practitioners, including but not limited to physicians and surgeons, psychiatrists, psychologists, MFTs and interns, dentists and hygienists, residents, interns, podiatrists, chiropractors, nurses, optometrists, EMTs, paramedics; childcare custodians, including but not limited to teachers, instructional aides, child daycare workers, foster parents, youth camp employees, social workers, probation and parole officers; employees of a child protective agency; commercial film and photographic print processors; clergy; firefighters, animal control officers and humane society officers, and child visitation monitors.

**MFT/LCSW CEUS: Child Abuse Mandated Reporter (7.5 hours) meets the qualification of continuing education for MFTs and LCSWs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. There is a $10 fee for cancellation prior to a course. There is no refund for non-attendance. Humboldt State University is a California Board of Behavioral Sciences approved provider of continuing education, PCE #774. Check-in is available 15 minutes prior to a course. You must be present for the entire workshop to receive continuing education credit.

• www.humboldt.edu/extended • (707) 826-3731 • FALL 2012

Professional Development

NOTARY TRAINING FOR NEW & RENEWING CALIFORNIA NOTARIES This one-day seminar* will help new and renewing California notaries get a solid foundation needed to perform official duties with skill and confidence pass the California State proctored exam (guaranteed!)

MONDAY, NOV. 19 BSS Room 166 • Check in: 7:30 a.m. • Course: 8:30 a.m.- 4 p.m. Exam: 4 p.m.-approximately 5:30 p.m. Fee: $149 plus additional fees for live scan, photo and exam** (EENC X099, 47269)

To register, call: 707-826-3731 Or register online:

www.humboldt.edu/extended/notary REGISTER BY NOV. 12: COURSE MATERIALS WILL BE MAILED * This training is offered through the HSU Office of Distance & Extended Education, in partnership with Develop Point Education (DPE), a designated California-Approved Provider for Required Notary Training. The DPE California Notary Training fulfills the California State six-hour education requirement for all new and renewing Notary commissions issued after July 1, 2005. DPE training satisfies the new state requirement and guarantees you’ll pass your Notary exam. **Additional costs: The live scan service is required for California notaries. Live scans are available for an additional fee at this training. Live scans are also available at police and sheriff departments. Costs will vary based on where service is obtained and what is required of the individual. A photo is also required for California notaries. Participants will have the option to have their photo taken by the instructor on the day of class ($15, check or credit card). Photos may also be obtained through a passport photo service of your choice. The cost of the State-proctored Notary exam is an additional $40. Payment is by check only on the day of the exam, made payable to the California Secretary of State. Additional notary supplies (including stamps, journal, etc.) will be available at a discounted price to registered students on the day of the training.

HSU Office of Distance & Extended Education

ONLINE

Certificate Courses for

PARALEGAL & LEGAL SECRETARY Lawyers may assume the ultimate responsibility for legal work, but they often delegate many tasks to paralegals. In fact, paralegals (also known as legal assistants) are continuing to assume new responsibilities in legal offices. The U.S. Dept. of Labor reports that the paralegal profession will rise 28% by the year 2018. Paralegal certificates can be earned in as little as 6-14 weeks for a tuition of only $1,189. The Office of Distance & Extended Education has teamed up with the Center for Legal Studies (CLS) to offer these certificate courses.

n Paralegal Certificate Course This intensive course is for beginning as well as advanced legal workers. Students will be trained to interview witnesses, investigate complex fact patterns, research the law, prepare legal documents, and assist in preparing cases for courtroom litigation. Fee: $1,189 (Texts are not included)

n Advanced Paralegal Certificate Course Students may choose from 15 advanced topics that include bankruptcy law, victim advocacy, estate planning, family law, immigration law, real property law, criminal law, advanced legal research, and others. Topics may be taken individually. A certificate will be issued only if the student completes six of the topics. Prerequisite: Paralegal Certificate Course. Fee: $1,650 (Texts are not included)

n Legal Secretary Certificate Course This intensive program is designed for both beginning and experienced secretaries who are interested in improving their skills and working more efficiently within the law office. Fee: $575 (Texts are not included)

For course details and to register, contact

THE CENTER FOR LEGAL STUDIES:

1-800-522-7737 www.legalstudies.com

• www.humboldt.edu/extended • (707) 826-3731 • FALL 2012

15

EXTENSION

Professional Development

Introduction to Five Elements of

TRADITIONAL TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE CHINESE MEDICINE Do you know a friend or relative who has received acupuncture treatment? Are you curious about what acupuncture is like? Perhaps you have questions about how traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) works, and what conditions might benefit from this style of treatment. This class will help you get better acquainted with how TCM works. You can then make informed health care choices for yourself. There will be a discussion on how Western medicine and TCM treatments complement each other for optimum health maintenance. The class will explore basic TCM theory and the tools of the medicine: Acupuncture, herbs, tui na massage, dietary therapy, cupping, and qi gong exercise. You will also learn about TCM health evaluation methods that include verbal history, pulses, tongue evaluation, visual evaluation and palpation. Each person will be provided with some informational handouts for further reading.

date time fee place instr course

Thurs., Nov. 1 6:30-8:30 p.m. $20 HGH 226 Lupine Wread EENC X036, 47271

Five Elements (Wu xing) is an ancient Chinese worldview that has relevance today in Traditional Chinese Medicine, as well as in our day-to-day living. Traditional Chinese culture deeply observed nature. They believed that humans are an integral part of the environment that surrounds them, and that all that occurs in nature also happens within each person’s physical body. The trajectory of the philosophy was to bring balance and harmony to the individual – by observing the laws of nature – for optimal health. In this class we will explore what each of the Five Elements embody, and how they relate to our health today. We will observe the seasons, and how we might best care for ourselves according to the nature of each season. The class will also address the best ways to nourish ourselves, taking advantage of the Elements. We will discuss how the Elements work within our bodies, and how a Traditional Chinese Medical practitioner might address this in treatment. There will be in-class activities as well as handouts of useful information to take home. The intention is to have fun investigating the Elements, and how they relate to modern life. date Thurs., Nov. 8 time 6:30-8:30 p.m. fee $20 place HGH 226 instr Lupine Wread course EENC X036, 47272

Lupine Meredith Wread is a California licensed acupuncturist and herbalist trained in Traditional Chinese Medicine, Five Element medicine, and Japanese Acupuncture, with a foundational knowledge of Western sciences. She is in practice at Jade Dragon Medical Spa in Arcata. Prior to practicing Acupuncture, Lupine was an Iyengar Yoga teacher for many years. She is a passionate gardener, and is currently studying how to farm Chinese herbs in the U.S.

16

HSU Office of Distance & Extended Education

• www.humboldt.edu/extended • (707) 826-3731 • FALL 2012

Professional Development Introduction to

HOLISTIC MEDICINE Have you ever wondered why some people get better while undergoing a conventional or natural medical treatment and others do not? In this class you will learn about the different factors that impact health, and what is needed to heal. You will learn about: • the four major blockages to healing (emotional, biochemical, toxins, structural/energetic flow) • self-care for health • different systems of holistic medicine, so you can make informed decisions when seeking help from others • the history of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), herbal medicine, acupuncture and moxabustion, as well as needling therapy and non-needle treatments • how Qigong can help you in your personal growth and help you to maintain optimum health • how emotional components are influenced through treatments such as flower essence therapy, neuroemotional technique (NET), TCM and Qigong • the importance of diet: how food processing affects us, foods that promote health, and the effects of dietary supplements. Handouts will be distributed for each class and meditations will be held at the end of classes, as time permits. date Wed., Sept. 19-Oct. 31 time 7-8:30 p.m. fee $70 place HGH 225 instr John Yamas course EENC X036, 47310 John Yamas: See biography at right, under “Sheng Zhen Healing Qigong.”

HSU Office of Distance & Extended Education

Sheng Zhen Healing Qigong Join John Yamas for a three-session introduction to Sheng Zhen Qigong. This style of Qigong was developed by Masters Gong Chang and Li Jun Feng and is well known in China. The translation for Sheng Zhen to English means “highest,” “ultimate” or “unconditional love.” The goal of these movements is to help the practitioner experience unconditional love. This powerful form of Qigong can be done while sitting in a chair with no arms, making it useful for those who have foot problems or problems standing. The movements are simple and enjoyable and are part of a system to guide practitioners to open their hearts and to heal their bodies. The first five movements will be learned in the first meeting. The second meeting will review and practice the first five movements, followed by the second five movements. Once the ten movements are learned and practiced, more movements will be added and the third class will culminate in a form of simple, deep meditation.

date time fee place instr course

Wed., Aug. 29-Sept. 12 7-8:10 p.m. $35 HGH 225 John Yamas EENC X036, 47311

John Yamas has a B.S. in mechanical engineering from Oregon State University and an M.Ed. in guidance and counseling psychology from University of Hawaii. He has a certificate in Oriental medicine from the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine. John became a California licensed acupuncturist in 1986 and earned his doctorate from SAMRA College of Oriental Medicine in 1988. He started his Arcata practice in 1988. He has studied Qigong since 1995. John completed the teacher training for the healing arts of Emei Qigong in Emei, China in 2006. He has studied Sheng Zhen Qigong with Master Li Jun Feng in California, Oregon, Canada and Manila, Phillipines.

• www.humboldt.edu/extended • (707) 826-3731 • FALL 2012

17

Professional Development FALL 2012 COURSE SCHEDULE

An information center for regional disaster preparedness training, news and workshops

p Community Emergency Response Teams (CERT)

p Food Safety & How to Eat Nutritiously During Disasters

In this 23-hour basic CERT course, you will learn basic disaster response skills, including fire safety, light search and rescue, team organization, and disaster medical operations. CERT members are able to assist others after a disaster in their community, tribe, neighborhood or workplace, when professional responders are not immediately available to help. Fee: Varies (up to $110)

Preparing for any emergency includes food safety. Learn the basics of selecting appropriate nutritious foods, storage and preparation of your edible supplies, especially when there is no power. Includes extensive handouts, and tasting samples. Fee: $25

F/Sa/Su, Sept. 28-30...... All day .................Whitethorn Volunteer Fire Dept. F/Sa/Su, Oct. 12-14.......... All day ................. Weaverville Volunteer Fire Dept. F/Sa/Su, Oct. 26-28........ All day ................... Fortuna Fire Protection District

p Disasters Don’t Wait — Have Your Supply Kits Ready Getting ready for the next emergency means getting supplies ready for response to an earthquake, tsunami, winter weather and flooding. Preparing a supply kit can make a substantial difference in disaster recovery. Learn to construct well-stocked, sensible kits based on extensive checklists. These include individual kits for each member of the family, including pets, as well as general kits for the household, office and vehicle. Fee: $25 W, Aug. 15.......................... 6-8 p.m. ............................. Arcata Community Center W, Sept. 19........................ 6-8 p.m. ................................................Trinidad City Hall W, Oct. 24.......................... 6-8 p.m. .............................. McKinleyville: Azalea Hall

p Disaster Preparedness Is Everyone’s Business

T, Sept. 11........................... 6-8 p.m.............. Arcata: D St. Neighborhood Center W, Oct. 17.......................... 6-8 p.m...................................................Trinidad City Hall W, Nov. 21......................... 6-8 p.m.......................... Redway: Healy Senior Center

p Living on Shaky Ground Get an introduction to the region’s most destructive hazards, and learn ways you can save lives, reduce injuries and recover more quickly. The class is a basic introduction to disaster preparedness for the region. Fee: FREE (no registration required) W, Aug. 1............................ 6-8 p.m. ................................................Trinidad City Hall W, Sept. 12........................ 6-8 p.m. .............Eureka: Humboldt County Library M, Sept. 24........................ 5:30-7:30 p.m. ......Garberville Presbyterian Church M, Oct. 1............................. 6-8 p.m. ............................... Fortuna: Rohner Rec Hall Th, Oct. 18......................... 6-8 p.m. ......................... Arcata: Pacific Union School W, Nov. 7........................... 2-4 p.m. ...........Eureka: Humboldt Area Foundation W, Nov. 28......................... 6-8 p.m. .............................. McKinleyville: Azalea Hall

p NeighborhoodREADY!

Our region relies on its local businesses to remain open after a disaster to help the community quickly recover. This course provides a simple but effective plan to identify and mitigate hazards, create a sensible business disaster plan, prepare disaster supply kits, identify and strengthen building weaknesses, plan to reduce injuries and save lives. Fee: $50

Discover simple strategies to help you organize your household and neighborhood for surprise hazard events. The people who live around you could be the community you rely on when things get tough. We’ll help you explore the boundaries of your neighborhood, conduct an inventory of resources, and go step-by-step through developing household and neighborhood plans that could not only make a disaster manageable, but actually help you avoid a disaster — and enrich your life. Workshops are two days, 2 1/2 hours per day. Fee: $35

W, Sept. 26....................... 6-9 p.m.......Eureka: Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center W, Oct. 10.......................... 6-9 p.m. .............................. McKinleyville: Azalea Hall

Sa, Aug. 4 & 11.......9:30 a.m.-noon .....................................Eureka: Public Safety Fire Training Facility

707-499-0754 • rti@humboldt.edu To register for classes: www.humboldt.edu/rti • 707-826-3731

For further information about RTI course offerings:

18

HSU Office of Distance & Extended Education

• www.humboldt.edu/extended • (707) 826-3731 • FALL 2012

Professional Development

Ecotourism Planning & Management C e r t i f i c a t e P r o g r a m

The Certificate Program The Certificate Program is for those interested in careers in the rapidly growing field of ecological tourism. The program offers a distance-learning (online) course of instruction in the concept and practice of sustainable, ecology-based tourism. It is designed to be completed in one year, beginning with Course 1 in the fall and concluding with Course 3 in the summer. Upon completion of the program, students will understand the following: • Global and national trends in tourism • The tourism planning process • The role of ecotourism in community development • The role of education and interpretation in ecotourism • Principles of tour guiding and itinerary planning

ANC DIST

EA EL

• How to identify and market the ecotourist

About the Instructor Michael Sweeney, AICP, is a certified environmental planner and primary instructor for the Certificate Program courses. Mr. Sweeney, formerly the Director of the Institute for Ecological Tourism at HSU, is an active ecotourist having traveled and worked in national parks and protected areas in Mexico, Guatemala, Panama, Costa Rica, Honduras, Peru, Brazil, Venezuela, Ecuador, Kenya, East Africa, and China. With over 30 years of experience, he emphasizes the principles of sustainable and responsible community-based tourism. Mr. Sweeney has worked on a number of local ecotourism projects including the Yurok Destination Lodge Feasibility Study which identified a preferred site and conceptual configuration for an ecolodge at the mouth of the Klamath River; and the development and implementation of a sustainable tourism strategy culminating in the City of Arcata’s annual Godwit Days migratory bird celebration. Mr. Sweeney has presented papers on sustainable, community-based tourism at international conferences on ecotourism, and consulted on ecotourism projects such as the Sastuun Resort in Quintana Roo, Mexico, a prototype for sustainable resort development along the Riviera Maya, and the Scarlet Macaw Trail Project, a community-based ecotourism model in northern Guatemala sponsored by Conservation International. Recently, Mr. Sweeney was invited on a reconnaissance tour by Sierra Gorda Ecotours (Querétaro, Mexico) a network of ecotourism venues owned and operated by community cooperatives. HSU Office of Distance & Extended Education

These online courses are designed to develop a strong online community of learners through asynchronous classroom discussions between students and the instructor.

FALL 2012 – Aug. 20-Dec. 14: COURSE 1 Introduction to Ecotourism Planning & Management EMP x218 (4 units optional) • EENC x060, $500 + $200 for credit

A virtual “guided tour” of eight trips highlighting the history, concepts, principles and guidelines that distinguish ecotourism as a travel-style and destination as well as a means for sustainable economic development and conservation of critical natural areas. Case studies provide examples of successful ecotourism projects. Assigned readings further address ecotourism issues. A series of “travel log” assignments allows students to explore specific issues in detail. The “internet café” allows a student to correspond with the instructor and other students and to discuss issues and share information. The “waiting for the bus” forum allows posting of current news or bulletins. One text is required.

SPRING 2013 – Jan. 22-May 17: COURSE 2 Issues of Sustainability & Responsibility – Directed Readings EMP x318 (3 units, optional) • EENC x061, $350 + $150 for credit

• Principles of ecology-based tourism

• Sustainable architectural and site designs

Online Courses

RN

ING

This course takes you on three Journeys into the unknown: 1. Climate Change & Carbon Offsets 2. Ecological Footprints & Biodiversity 3. Community-based Ecotourism & Sustainable Livelihoods The “Waiting for the Wind” forum provides a discussion area shared by the class on any topic. “Rendezvous” forums allow students to submit and comment on specific assignments related to ecotourism issues. Three Journey Logs will represent the final presentation of the students’ insights and understanding of the issues. Three texts are required. Prerequisite: Course 1 (see above), or instructor approval.

SUMMER 2013 – June 1-Sept. 13: COURSE 3 Ecotourism Project Implementation – Directed Study EMP x418 (3 units, optional) • EENC x062 $350 + $150 for credit

This course involves each student in a special ecological tourism study project. For example, ecotourism projects can include developing an itinerary for ecotourists, a marketing plan for a specific region, community, ecotour company or ecolodge facility, an interpretive and education program for ecotourists, among others. Three options are available: • Option 1, select a project subject from the instructor’s list; • Option 2, self-select a project subject; • Option 3, participate in an instructor-approved ecotour and relate the travel experience to a project in the context of ecotourism principles. You will have the opportunity to communicate with the instructor as well as other students to define a study plan, review progress, provide feedback and direction, and evaluate results. The course will require background reading and research, discussion drafts, and a final report. The Moodle format will be utilized for posting questions, ideas, information, draft study plans, and final project. No texts are required for this course. Prerequisite: Courses 1 and 2 (see below), or instructor approval.

For more details: www.humboldt.edu/ecotour

• www.humboldt.edu/extended • (707) 826-3731 • FALL 2012

19

Professional Development ANC DIST

EA EL

RN

ING

teac hing at in d te s re te In Y? r UNIVERSIT o E G E L L O C a

ONLINE continuing education and professional development for TEACHERS and ADMINISTRATORS who seek to enhance their skills, recertification, renewal, salary points or highly qualified requirement fulfillment CE Credits Online provides universityaccredited, high-quality, standardsbased, online professional development courses focusing on improving teaching and student achievement.

These online courses are self-paced and convenient for busy educators. You can work anytime, anywhere, 24/7, as your schedule permits – no commuting, no missed classes and no dress code.

Curricula is content-rich and abundant with research-based strategies to improve classroom and school environments, to move educators to intentional best practice, and to improve student achievement.

The course format is engaging and userfriendly. Courses are fully-administrated with one-on-one asynchronous instruction and unparalleled customer service and technical support.

Valuable for new and experienced teachers, teams, leads, mentors and administrators (K-12), CE Credits Online courses are available for continuing education credit, post-baccalaureate academic credit.

The courses incorporate job-embedded exercises and extensive video modeling for immediate classroom impact, maximum retention, and reinforcement of the techniques and strategies learned.

COURSES INCLUDE: • Giving Directives That Students Will Follow

• Improving English Language Instruction through the Use of Technology

• Stopping Disruptive Behavior • Conducting the Parent Conference • Foundations of Education • Coaching to Improve Teaching & Learning • Coaching to Improve Reading • Rights & Responsibilities in the Disciplinary Process

• How to “Read and Write” in Math • Teaching English Language Learners (ELL): An Introduction • English Language Learners in Your Classroom • ELL Reading: Effective Teaching Strategies for K-12 • Effective Content-Based instructional Strategies for ELL

For more information, visit

20

FACULTY PREPARATION:

Teaching in Higher Education An Online Certificate Program through HSU Extended Education This three-semester, 12-unit ONLINE certificate program introduces prospective and current faculty to the teaching, learning and technology issues in the college classroom. Courses are taken sequentially: OCT. 1-NOV. 9:

EDUC X507: Foundations of Teaching in Higher Education (3 units) Instructor: Kathy Munoz, Ed.D., R.D. TBA SPRING 2013:

EDUC X508: Student Centered Design (3 units) Instructor: Jayne McGuire, Ph.D.

• Developing Listening Comprehension in English Language Learners

TBA SPRING 2013:

• ELL Language Assessment & Related Issues in the K-12 classroom

EDUC X509: Instructional Planning & Pedagogical Reflection (3 units) Instructor: Tasha Souza, Ph.D.

• Transforming Instruction with Interactive Whiteboard Systems, An Overview

• Differentiating Instruction in the Classroom

ONLINE CERTIFICATE IN

• Transforming Science Instruction with Interactive Whiteboard Systems • Transforming Language Arts Instruction with Interactive Whiteboard Systems • Transforming Math Instruction with Interactive Whiteboard Systems • Transforming Social Studies with Interactive Whiteboard Systems

www.cecreditsonline.org

HSU Office of Distance & Extended Education

TBA FALL 2013:

EDUC X510: Apprentice Teaching (2 units) Instructor: Ann Diver-Stamnes, Ph.D. EDUC X511: Reflective Practice Seminar (1 unit) Instructor: Ann Diver-Stamnes, Ph.D. For full course descriptions, schedule, deadlines, fees and more information:

www.humboldt.edu/ facultyprep

or contact HSU Extended Education:

707-826-3731 extended@humboldt.edu

• www.humboldt.edu/extended • (707) 826-3731 • FALL 2012

SOCIAL WORK

DISTANCE LEARNING

Online B.A. at a Glance

• APPLY TO CSU BY NOVEMBER 30 AND TO THE BASW PROGRAM BY END OF FEBRUARY TO START CLASSES IN AUGUST • TWO- AND THREE-YEAR PROGRAMS • SYNCHRONOUS AND ASYNCHRONOUS CLASS SESSIONS • VISIT CAMPUS ONE TO TWO TIMES PER YEAR

ONLINE COURSES

Online MSW at a Glance

H Certificate in Faculty Preparation (p. 20) H Cultural Anthopology

• • • • •

APPLY BY AUGUST 31 TO START CLASSES IN JANUARY 3.5-YEAR PROGRAM SYNCHRONOUS AND ASYNCHRONOUS CLASS SESSIONS VISIT CAMPUS ONE TIME PER YEAR ADVANCED STANDING PROGRAM TO BEGIN IN SUMMER 2013 • CONTACT THE FINANCIAL AID OFFICE TO SEE WHAT OTHER HELP MIGHT BE AVAILABLE

Enrich Your Community through... • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

PSYCHIATRIC SOCIAL WORK CLINICAL SOCIAL WORK COMMUNITY ORGANIZING HOME HEALTH SOCIAL SERVICE ADMINISTRATION SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNSELING SCHOOL SOCIAL WORK HOSPICE PUBLIC POLICY MENTAL HEALTH CHILD WELFARE ADOPTION FAMILY PLANNING PROBATION TRIBAL SOCIAL SERVICES

(ANTH 302, Open University, p. 66)

H CE Credits Online (p. 20)

(ANTH 104, Open University, p. 66)

H Ecotourism Certificate Program (p. 19) H Exercise Nutrition Certificate Program (p. 11) H Financial Accounting (BA 250, Open University, p. 66)

H Introduction to Psychology (PSYC 104, Open University, p. 73)

H Legal Environment of Business (BA 210, Open University, p. 66)

H Paralegal & Legal Secretary (p. 15) H Social Work Online BA & MSW (p. 21) TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS

For more information, visit www.humboldt.edu/socialwork or call (707) 826-4447 HSU Office of Distance & Extended Education

H Anthropology of Religion

Participants taking online courses will be expected to have computer skills necessary to access the internet, use e-mail, and participate in chat rooms. You will need to have regular access to a computer with multi-media capabilities and a reliable internet service. You will also need access the internet, a current web browser, and word processing capabilities. Some additional software programs will be provided via downloads, so some free disk space on your computer will be necessary. Check the individual courses for additional technical requirements. Classes shown are only a sampling of online courses available. See more under the link “Online Classes” at: www.humboldt.edu/oaa/classes.shtml

• www.humboldt.edu/extended • (707) 826-3731 • FALL 2012

21

University EDventures

Are you age 60 or older?

The Sierra Institute offers academic field programs from the peaceful meadows of California to the rugged mountains. Explore philosophy, cultural studies and natural history in the most beautiful of classrooms. These wilderness field study programs provide academic credit from Humboldt State University, personal discovery through extended time in nature, and the fun of a small group.

WINTER 2013 APPLY BY OCT. 12, 2012 ® Natural History of the Patagonian Cordillera: Argentine & Chile

TBA: EARLY JAN.-EARLY MARCH • 12 units

SPRING 2013 APPLY BY DEC. 31, 2012 ® California Wilderness: Nature Philosophy, Religion, Ecopsychology

APRIL 2-JUNE 3 • 12 units

® Natural History of California

APRIL 2-JUNE 3 • 12 units

For details and further listings, contact Extended Education:

(707) 826-3731

www.sierrainstitute.org 22

HSU Office of Distance & Extended Education

If you are age 60 or over and a California resident for a year or more, you may attend regular semester academic classes at HSU for $51/semester for up to 6 units if you are a non-matriculated student (not admitted into a degree program). NOTE: The Over 60 program is available in fall and spring semesters only. The HSU class schedule is on the HSU website: www. humboldt.edu. To enroll in fall or spring courses, you should complete your registration within the first two weeks of the semester. Each class will require the signature of the instructor, and dept. chair if space is available. New Over 60 Program students pay an additional $5 for an HSU ID card. The ID card entitles students to HSU computer lab privileges, educationallypriced hardware and software from the HSU Bookstore, and discounted admission to HSU athletic events. Students may also access the HSU Student Recreation Center for $48/semester. Public transportation is also available with a current HSU ID with fee of $60, paid at HSU Student Financial Services office (2nd floor of the Student Business Services building). If you need transport to classes, call the Student Disability Resource Center (826-4678). (Most buildings with more than one level have elevators.)

The Over 60 Program fees only apply to regular University courses – they do not apply to Extension courses or OLLI (Osher Lifelong Learning Institute).

OVER 60 PROGRAM

HSU Distance & Extended Education

(707) 826-3731

E-mail: extended@humboldt.edu or visit the Over 60 website:

www.humboldt.edu/over60 • www.humboldt.edu/extended • (707) 826-3731 • FALL 2012

Office of Distance & Extended Education RegistRation FoRm

(Not valid for Open University)

extended@humboldt.edu • Phone 707.826.3731

o FaLL o sPRing o sUmmeR PLEASE PRINT LEgIBLY

First Name

Mailing Address

MI

City

E-mail Address (required)

State

Telephone

________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ HSU ID #

o YES

o NO

(Required: If not answered, your transcript will default to an undergraduate record)

Race/Ethnicity Description: Your voluntary response is requested to comply with Federal and State legislation. If the California State University system is asked to report only ONE summary race/ethnicity description for you, choose the ONE category that you want us to report:

o American Indian or Alaska Native o Asian o Black or African American

o Hispanic or Latino o Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander o White

o Two or more races/ethnicities o Decline to state

CLass #

Units (optional)

Fee

Term:

ID Fee ($5)

Advanced registration is recommended. Fees must be paid in full for enrollment to be valid. Incomplete or illegible registration forms may cause delay.

All courses, instructors, locations and fees are subject to change or cancellation without notice.

ID#:

CoURse inFoRmation

CoURse

PaYment inFoRmation

Zip Code

Emergency Contact (Name and phone)

________ ________ /________ ________ /________ ________ ________ ________ Birthdate (Required. Used to identify student record) Have you received a Bachelors degree or higher?

Maiden/Other name used at HSU

First:

stUDent inFoRmation

Last:

Last Name

Materials Fee Late Fee ($25)

totaL

I have read and fully understand the refund policy and other Extended Education policies outlined in the Extended Education bulletin or on the Extended Education website. I understand that enrolling in Extended Education courses does not constitute admission to the University. Signature ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Date _______________________________________________

o CHeCK: Make payable to HSU

o CasH

CReDit CaRD: o VISA

o MasterCard

o Discover

_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________ /___________ ____________________________ Card Number Expiration Date 3-digit Security Code

Cardholder’s Name

Cardholder’s Signature

HSU Office of Distance & Extended Education (707) 826-3731 2012 23 office of Distance & extended education state University • 1 Harpst arcata, Ca 95521 • www.humboldt.edu/extended • st., • FALL • Humboldt • www.humboldt.edu/extended

Four convenient ways to register for Extended Education courses: BY Mail: Students are encouraged to register by mail as soon as possible to help ensure enrollment in their choice of Extended Education courses. Indicate bankcard number and expiration date, or make check/money order payable to Humboldt State University and send with your completed registration form to:

Office of Distance & Extended Education Humboldt State University 1 Harpst St. arcata, Ca 95521-8299 You will be notified by telephone if your registration is received after a class is closed to further enrollment. If you register by mail, you will not need to come to campus before the first class.

BY pHOnE: Students who hold MasterCard, VISA or Discover credit cards may register for Extended Education courses by telephoning (707) 826-3731.

OnlinE: Students with Internet access may register for Extended Education courses at the following website. The latest schedule and current updates will be found along with registration instructions. Fee payment with VISA, Mastercard or Discover credit cards will be required online via secure server to process the registration.

www.humboldt.edu/extended

in pERSOn: You may register for Extended Education courses in person at the Office of Distance & Extended Education, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. The office is located in the Student and Business Services Building, Suite 211, at the corner of Harpst and B Streets.

速 Full payment of fees is required at the time of registration.

IMPORTANT DEADLINES DEaDlinE tO:

24

Extension, Special Session, Olli and non-credit

DROP and receive full refund minus $10

Prior to 1st class meeting

ADD without a late fee

Prior to 2nd class meeting

ADD with a $25 late fee

Before 25% of course time has elapsed

DROP without a serious and compelling reason and receive partial (65%) refund

Before 25% of course time has elapsed

File to change grade option to AUDIT

Before 25% of course time has elapsed

File to take a course credit/no credit

Before 50% of course time has elapsed

DROP with a serious and compelling reason (no refund)

Before 75% of course time has elapsed

to register for Open University or the High School Concurrent program, please contact the Office of Distance & Extended Education.

Drop & Refund Policy Since Extended Education is a selfsupporting program, enrollments in courses must be sufficient to pay salaries and other expenses. The following refund procedures have been adopted according to the formula for refunds established in Title V of the California Administrative Code. A student who, for any reason, finds it impossible to complete the course for which s/he is registered must inform the Office of Distance & Extended Education by completing and submitting the proper forms. Please allow two to four weeks to receive refund. Credit card refunds are in the form of a credit on account. For refund purposes, the drop will be effective as of the time during normal business hours (Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.) that Extended Education receives, or is able to receive written notification. Non-attendance or stopping payment on a check or payment voucher does not constitute an official drop, nor does only notification to the instructor. Drops do not necessarily entitle the student to a refund of fees paid, or the cancellation of fees still due.

Disability accommodation may be available. Contact the Office of Distance & Extended Education: (707) 826-3731 HSU is an AA/EO Employer.

OLLI

PLEASE JOIN US! FALL

SAT., AUGUST 11 1-3 p.m., Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center

• Meet OLLI Faculty • Register for Fall Classes • Purchase OLLI discounted Blues by the Bay tickets

Have you joined OLLI yet? For a $35 annual fee (Aug. 1-July 31), OLLI members enjoy benefits including discounts and priority registration for OLLI classes, HSU student ID card, bookstore, library and computer privileges, the opportunity to purchase a Jack Pass and a pass for the HSU Student Recreation Center. However, the value of membership goes beyond these benefits; an OLLI membership is an investment in a future filled with opportunities for civic and academic engagement, personal growth, and fun. Become an OLLI member today!

Join or renew today: Call (707) 826-5880 www.humboldt.edu/olli OLLI at HSU

DATES TO REMEMBER Aug. 1 �������������� New OLLI membership year begins: REMEMBER TO RENEW! Aug. 11 �������������Fall Open House Sept. 1 & 2 ������ Blues By the Bay (see page 31) Oct. 5 �������������� Deadline for Spring 2013 course proposals Oct. 6 �������������� Pastels on the Plaza Mid Dec. ������������SPRING OLLI course bulletins in the mail

• www.humboldt.edu/olli • (707) 826-5880 • FALL 2012

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) is a community of learners age 50 and better.

25

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

OLLI

26

Topical INDEX SUBJECT

l l

l

PAGES

ART..............................................................39, 50, 58 COMMUNITY...................... 31, 32, 33, 34, 38, 61

The Inside Scoop:

OLLI at HSU From Sheila Rocker Heppe, OLLI Director

CULINARY.............................................................. 54 FILM........................................................................... 51 GLOBAL & CIVIC ISSUES......................... 58, 59 HEALTH....................... 41, 42, 44, 45, 46, 48, 52 HISTORY..... 32, 33, 35, 36, 37, 52, 53, 55, 58, 59

It is time to join OLLI at HSU. Please take a moment to renew your membership today by calling the OLLI office (826-5880) or visiting the OLLI website (humboldt.edu/olli).

LITERATURE/POETRY.........37, 50, 51, 52, 53

We are excited to present a sensational slate of fall OLLI classes. I hope many of you will take advantage of the special OLLI discounted price for Blues by the Bay this year (see page 31).

SCIENCE/MATH.......................38, 50, 51, 55, 56

On Sat., Oct. 6, look for the OLLI square at Pastels on the Plaza; it is a terrific community event. The beautiful butterfly displayed in the photo was created by OLLI member Kim King last year. We would like to invite all OLLI members to join us for a new Wednesday brown bag gathering. Along with The Art of Living, we are adding Creating Community Assets, a discussion of “creation stories” about groups that add value to our community (page 61). Many thanks to the Friends of OLLI. To find out more about this group and their mission for OLLI, please see page 53.

MUSIC................................................................. 30, 31 PRACTICAL SKILLS....................................43, 60 SELF................ 40, 41, 46, 47, 49, 49, 50, 52, 60 TRAVEL/FIELD TRIPS....32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 57 WRITING..............................37, 40, 41, 49, 56, 50

OLLI Member Discounts With an annual OLLI membership, one can purchase a discounted Jack Pass for unlimited access on AMRTS, Redwood Transit and Eureka Transit System buses. Also, access to the HSU Student Recreation Center is available to OLLI members at a discount. Below are the current rates.

JACK PASS: FALL 2012...................................$60

We will launch the OLLI e-newsletter this fall. If you would like to receive e-mail with OLLI information and notification of special events, subscribe online at humboldt.edu/olli/subscribe.

Available July 23 with HSU ID card and proof of fall registration. (Fall 2012 Jack Pass is valid from Aug. 5Dec. 22, 2012.) Purchase it at the HSU Cashier’s office.

We also feature upcoming classes and share OLLI information with our Friends on Facebook. Please “Like” OLLI at facebook.com/HSUOLLI.

HSU STUDENT REC CENTER PASS ........$48

Hope to see you in an OLLI class!

Fee is per semester. Passes may be purchased at the Student Recreation Center. Call 826-4197 for hours. OLLI members may also purchase a 10-swim pass for $45 at the Cashier’s Office.

OLLI at HSU

• www.humboldt.edu/olli • (707) 826-5880 • FALL 2012

OLLI In addition to courses, OLLI at HSU offers the opportunity for members to meet at Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center on an ongoing basis. If you are interested in starting a Special Interest Group or joining any of the groups listed below, please contact the OLLI director for more information. Special Interest Group fees: OLLI annual membership and $5 per semester room fee, unless stated otherwise. THE OLLI BOOK GROUP meets to choose and discuss great books. All genres are embraced. The group meets from 5-7 p.m. on the third Wednesday of each month. Books to be read this fall include: • August: True At First Light, Ernest Hemingway • September: Plainsong, Kent Haruf • October: The Jewel in the Crown, Paul Scott • November: The Second Sex, Simone de Beauvoir (the newest translation) • December: The Joy Luck Club, Amy Tan

FRIENDS OF JUNG is a group that formed following several of Madeline McMurray’s OLLI classes on Jung. These participants felt there was much more to discover and discuss. The group meets 10 a.m.-noon on the first Tuesday of each month. DIPS GENEALOGY GROUP The DIPS are seniors Digging Into the Past. They have informal discussions about genealogy and the world. They help one another find people, history, connections and stories. The group meets from 10 a.m.noon on the first and third Thursdays of each month.

THE SOUL COLLAGE GROUP This group loosely follows the guidelines for Soul Collage by Seena Frost. This group brings collage materials and then uses Frost’s process for discussing the collages created that morning. Two members of the group are trained Soul Collage facilitators. The group meets 10 a.m.-noon on the second Wednesday of each month. THE WRITING CRITIQUE GROUP welcomes writers every other Wednesday from 1-3 p.m. the group provides a nurturing and non-confrontational place for writers to share up to ten pages each time. The groups consist of three or four writers who want to comment upon and receive others’ comments on their writing projects, in hopes of both becoming more consistently productive and improving the final product. Note: Fee for this group is $10/semester.

How do we gather our rich OLLI curriculum? OLLI at HSU courses are taught by professionals, retired and current university faculty, and local enthusiasts with expertise and passion for a subject. Course proposals are collected and reviewed by the OLLI Director and members of the Curriculum Committee: Ross Carkeet, Candee Fetsch Kimbrell, Rollie Lamberson, Kathy Layton, Maureen Murphy, Judith Rucker, Janina Shayne, Gerry Tollefson and Jane Woodward. Course selection criteria are based upon the following standards. Course proposals need not address all these standards for selection — however, the more the better!

OLLI at HSU

The course ideally will:

• include an academic/intellectual component. • offer new skills/ideas to enhance life. one or more topics of • explore interest to OLLI membership. feature aspects of our community • highlight (artistic, economic, environmental). OLLI members access to University level • allow research and instructors from HSU and beyond. Course proposals are available on the OLLI website. Contact OLLI Director Sheila Rocker Heppe for more information: (707) 826-3743.

• www.humboldt.edu/olli • (707) 826-5880 • FALL 2012

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

OLLI at HSU Special Interest Groups

27

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

OLLI

28

COURSES: FALL 2012 Courses are listed by day of the week, then chronologically. Course descriptions begin on page 30.

OLLI members have first priority to register for courses. (Courses will be open to non-members two weeks prior to course starting date.) Registration form on page 63 ®

MONDAY

Fossils & Evolution of Life Pathways to Health Gentle Yoga 1 Gentle Yoga 2 Tai Chi for Everyone Managing your Estate: Overview Managing your Estate: Trusts

TUESDAY

Surrealism & Realism Gentle Yoga 1 (Timber Ridge) Intro to Meditation Writing your Life Shining a Light Hearing the Other Films of William Wyler Einstein & Beyond Gentle Yoga 2 (Timber Ridge) Universal Word Card Deck Spirituality vs. Psychosis Take the Train Creative Journal Writing Leaving a Legacy

Aug. 20, 27, Sept. 10, 17, 24, Oct. 1 Sept. 10, 17, 24, Oct. 1, 8, 15 Sept. 10, 17, 24, Oct. 1, 8 Oct. 15, 22, 29, Nov. 5 Oct. 15, 22, 29, Nov. 5, 12, 19 Oct. 29 & Nov. 5 Dec. 3

10 a.m.-noon 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. 1:30-3 p.m. 1:30-3 p.m. 3-4:30 p.m. 6-8 p.m. 6-8 p.m.

p. 56 p. 42 p. 46 p. 46 p. 45 p. 43 p. 43

Sept. 4 & 11 Sept. 11, 18, 25, Oct. 2, 9 Sept. 11, 18, 25, Oct. 2 Sept. 11, 18, 25, Oct. 2, 9, 16 Sept. 11, 18, 25, Oct. 2, 9, 16 Sept. 18, Oct. 2, 9, 16 Oct. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, Nov. 6, 13 Oct. 9, 16, 23 Oct. 16, 23, 30, Nov. 6, 13 Oct. 23, 30, Nov. 6, 13 Oct. 30, Nov. 6, 13, 20, 27, Dec. 4, 11 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 & 13 Dec. 4

6-8 p.m. 10 a.m.-noon 1-3 p.m. 1-3 p.m. 3:30-5:30 p.m. 6-8 p.m. 6-8 p.m. 10 a.m.-noon 10-11 a.m. 3:30-5:30 p.m. 1-3 p.m. 5:30-8 p.m. 1-3 p.m. 3-5 p.m.

p. 50 p. 41 p. 46 p. 40 p. 48 p. 52 p. 51 p. 50 p. 41 p. 51 p. 49 p. 57 p. 56 p. 40

6-8 p.m. 10 a.m.-noon Noon-2 p.m. 6-8 p.m. 10 a.m.-noon Noon-1:30 p.m. 3:30-5:30 p.m. 5-6:30 p.m. 10:30 a.m.-noon 1-3 p.m. 6-8 p.m. 4-6 p.m. 1-3 p.m. 4-6 p.m.

p. 49 p. 50 p. 61 p. 31 p. 55 p. 60 p. 58 p. 40 p. 44 p. 60 p. 39 p. 49 p. 53 p. 59

WEDNESDAY

Community of Writers Speak Up! Communication Skills Creating Community Assets Blues by the Bay Instruments for Navigation Art of Living Photographing People Pass the Blessings Pilates Plus Bridge for Beginners Fingerpainting on your iPad Writing Memoir Book Lovers: Jane Austen Presidential Elections

Aug. 15, 22, 29, Sept. 5, 12, 19 Aug. 29 & Sept. 5 Aug. 29, Sept. 26, Oct. 31, Nov. 28 Aug. 29 Sept. 5, 12, 19 Sept. 12, Oct. 17, Nov. 14 Sept. 12, 19, 26, Oct. 3 Sept. 12, 19, 26, Oct. 3 Oct. 3, 10, 17, 24, 31, Nov. 7 Oct. 3, 10, 17, 24, 31, Nov. 7 Oct. 3, 10, 17, 24 Oct. 10, 17, 24, 31, Nov. 7, 14 Oct. 17, Nov. 7, Dec. 5 Oct. 17, 18 (Thurs.), Nov. 7 OLLI at HSU

• www.humboldt.edu/olli • (707) 826-5880 • FALL 2012

OLLI Nov. 7, 14, 28 Nov. 7 & 14 Nov. 14, 28, Dec. 5, 12

1-3 p.m. 1-3 p.m. 3-5 p.m.

p. 52 p. 47 p. 55

Sept. 6, 13, 20, 27, Oct. 4 Sept. 6 & 8 (Sat., 9 a.m.-4 p.m.) Sept. 13, 20, 27, Oct. 4, 11, 18, 25 Sept. 13, 20, 27, Oct. 4 Sept. 20, Oct. 4, 11, 18 Oct. 11, 18, 25 Oct. 11, 18, 25, Nov. 1 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 & 20 (Sat., 9 a.m.-5 p.m.) Oct. 18, 25, Nov. 1, 8, 15 Nov. 1 & 8 Nov. 1 & 3 (Sat., 9 a.m.-4 p.m.) Nov. 8 & 15 Nov. 8 Dec. 6

3:30-5:30 p.m. 6-8 p.m. 10 a.m.-noon 6-8 p.m. 3:30-5:30 p.m. 10 a.m.-noon 1-3 p.m. 6-8 p.m. 1-3 p.m. 3:30-5:30 p.m. 1-3 p.m. 6-7:30 p.m. 1-3 p.m. 6-8 p.m. 6-8 p.m.

p. 39 p. 36 p. 41 p. 47 p. 51 p. 58 p. 37 p. 54 p. 36 p. 39 p. 41 p. 34 p. 45 p. 38 p. 57

Sept. 7, 14, 21, 28, Oct. 19, 26 Sept. 7, 14, 21, 28 Sept. 28 Oct. 5, 12, 19 Oct. 5 & 12 Oct. 5 & 6 (Sat., 10 a.m.-4 p.m.) Oct. 12 & 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 30

1-2:30 p.m. 11 a.m.-1 p.m. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 9 a.m.-noon 1-3 p.m. 5:30-8 p.m. 10 a.m.-noon 10 a.m.-noon 6:30-7:30 p.m.

p. 44 p. 35 p. 54 p. 38 p. 44 p. 33 p. 58 p. 42 p. 30

Sept. 8, 15, 22 Sept. 15, 29, Oct. 13 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 & 13 Oct. 20, 27, Nov. 3, 10, 17 Oct. 27 Nov. 3, 10, 17 Nov. 17 Nov. 24, Dec. 1, 8, 15 Dec. 1 & 8 Dec. 8 Dec. 15

1-3 p.m. 10 a.m.-noon 1-3 p.m. 1-3 p.m. 1-3 p.m. 10 a.m.-noon 10 a.m.-noon 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 1-3 p.m. 1-3 p.m. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 1-3 p.m.

p. 56 p. 35 p. 32 p. 37 p. 34 p. 35 p. 37 p. 38 p. 46 p. 59 p. 38 p. 33

Sept. 30 Oct. 28, Nov. 4, 11, 18 Dec. 9

10 a.m.-3:30 p.m. 1-3 p.m. 6:30-7:30 p.m.

p. 32 p. 46 p. 30

THURSDAY Drawing Basics Redwood Field Experience Writing Memoir (Timber Ridge) Next 50 Years Classical Mythology 2012 & the End of the Ages Weaving Great Tales Champagne & Sparkling Wine Friendly Fire Botanical Drawing Seeking Balance (Timber Ridge) Mushroom Walk Way of Wellness Gardening for Wildlife Tour of Southern Africa

FRIDAY Resistance Training Madaket Tour Vineyard to Glass The Zoo & You Seeking Balance Samoa Tour Elections: Media as Watchdog St. Joseph Hospital Tour Conductor’s Notes

SATURDAY Writing for Children Genealogy Armchair Traveler North Coast Folktales Local Museum Tour Ferndale Cemetery Tour Share a Story North Coast Weather: Session 1 Intro to Meditation Kingdom of Kush North Coast Weather: Session 2 North Coast Logging

SUNDAY Old Town Eureka Walking Tour Intro to Meditation Conductor’s Notes OLLI at HSU

• www.humboldt.edu/olli • (707) 826-5880 • FALL 2012

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

Three Ancient Mysteries Practicing Compassion Forefathers of Evolution

29

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

OLLI

30

FALL 2012 PERFORMANCE CALENDAR

HSU Music Dept. presents

CONDUCTOR’S NOTES Join your friends at OLLI for either or both concerts to be presented by the Humboldt State University Symphonic Band and the Humboldt Symphony (joined by the University Singers and Humboldt Chorale). Preceding each concert will be a lecture by Dr. Paul Cummings, who will explore composers’ lives, inspirational sources, connections with literature, historical events and other art forms. Intended for all levels of musical experience and knowledge, the lectures will guide listeners through easy-to-hear elements such as tempo (speed) and dynamics (loudness), and also through subtle nuances of texture and harmony. The course will demystify classical music so that the listening experience is richer and more enjoyable. Each course fee includes a free ticket to the concert by the Symphonic Band on Friday, Nov. 30, or the concert by the Humboldt Symphony on Sunday, Dec. 9. Choose one or both sessions taught by Dr. Paul Cummings: SESSION 1: Symphonic Band Concert date Fri., Nov. 30 time 6:30-7:30 p.m. (Concert at 8 p.m.) fee/members $20/nonmembers $45 (47200) place Fulkerson Recital Hall, HSU SESSION 2: Humboldt Symphony Concert date Sun., Dec. 9 time 6:30-7:30 p.m. (Concert at 8 p.m.) fee/members $25/nonmembers $50 (47201) place Fulkerson Recital Hall, HSU Paul Cummings is an associate professor of music at Humboldt State University, where he has taught since 2005. He has been a music educator in public schools since 1974. He holds a master’s degree in music history from San Francisco State University and a doctor of musical arts degree in music education from the University of Oregon. Paul conducts the HSU Symphonic Band and the Humboldt Symphony. OLLI at HSU

Concerts start at 8 p.m. except where noted. TICKETS: FRH: 2 weeks prior to event at HSU Ticket Office or, if available, at the door (except RJA). JVD: HSU Ticket Office, The Works in Eureka/Arcata, or at the door. Students must show ID to get in free to some events. RJA tickets: The Works, Peoples Records, Missing Link Records RJA Redwood Jazz Alliance FRH Fulkerson Recital Hall JVD John Van Duzer Theater a Adult admission c Child admission s Seniors admission st Student admission

Student recital dates for fall semester should be available in late September.

SEPTEMBER 8 Sa FRH 20 Th KBR 28 F FRH

Welcome Concert (5 p.m.) RJA: John Abercrombie Organ Trio Young-Huan Cho, piano

a $8, cs $3, st $3 Contact RJA a $8, cs $3, st $3

OCTOBER 13 20 27 27

Sa Sa Sa Sa

FRH Cindy Moyer/Daniela Mineva FRH Symphonic Band/Jazz Orchestra Music Dept. at Morris Graves Museum (2 p.m.) FRH Humboldt Symphony

a $8, cs $3, st $3 a $7, cs $3, st free Free or donation a $7, cs $3, st free

NOVEMBER 2-3 F FRH 4 Su FRH 8 Th FRH 9 F FRH 10 Sa FRH 11 Su FRH 30 F FRH

Opera Workshop Composers Concert (7 p.m.) Jazz Combos Guitar Ensemble Brass Band Concerto/Aria Competition (2 p.m.) Symphonic Band (OLLI class offered: See info at left)

a $7, cs $3, st free Free a $7, cs $3, st free a $7, cs $3, st free a $7, cs $3, st free Free a $7, cs $3, st free

DECEMBER 1 Sa JVD 2 Su FRH 3 M FRH 6 Th FRH 7 F FRH 8 Sa FRH 9 Su FRH

Percussion Ensemble/Calypso Band Madrigal/Mad River Transit Singers Composer’s Read-through AM Jazz Band Symphony/University Singers Jazz Orchestra Symphony/University Singers (OLLI class offered: See info at left)

a $7, cs $3, st $3 a $7, cs $3, st free Free a $7, cs $3, st free a $7, cs $3, st free a $7, cs $3, st free a $7, cs $3, st free

For a more detailed and up-to-date schedule, visit:

www.humboldt.edu/music Music Dept. Blog: hsumusic.blogspot.com Concert line:

826-5436

• www.humboldt.edu/olli • (707) 826-5880 • FALL 2012

OLLI Hurts So Good: BLUES BY THE BAY Blues is true American roots music. Growing out of a tradition of despair, it is one of the most uplifting and exciting musical genres in the world. Come get an overview of this progression presented by long time music aficionado and writer of “The Hum” in the North Coast Journal, Bob Doran. In preparation for Humboldt’s own Blues by the Bay, Bob will emphasize the artists performing at this year’s festival on Labor Day weekend. Join us to gain insight on these performers and their backstories, and get your groove going at this musical preview of the upcoming weekend. date Wed., Aug. 29 time 6-8 p.m. fee/members $30/nonmembers $55 (47202) place HBAC instr Bob Doran Bob Doran is the music columnist and the arts and culture editor for the North Coast Journal. He has attended every Blues by the Bay since its beginning.

OLLI at HSU

Blues by the the Bay by

Discounted Tickets Tickets Discounted for OLLI OLLI Members Members for

Redwood Coast Music Festivals invites all OLLI members to attend the 16th Annual Blues by the Bay, Labor Day weekend, Sept. 1 and 2, at Halvorsen Park in Eureka. When you renew your OLLI at HSU membership for 20122013, you may purchase a discounted ticket at the Office of Extended Education (Student Business Services Building 211, HSU) or by mail. The discounted price is $65 for an All Event Ticket (both days — a $30 savings) or $45 for a single day ticket (save $10). Make checks payable to RCMF and write OLLI on the memo line. Mail your check to: OLLI at HSU Office of Distance & Extended Education 1 Harpst Street Arcata, CA 95521 Please include a self-addressed, stamped envelope and your tickets will be mailed to you. Payment must be received by Aug. 11 to take advantage of this special discounted price. You may also purchase tickets with your current OLLI membership at the OLLI Open House on Aug. 11, which will be the last opportunity to get these discounted tickets. If you have questions, please call Lynn at 443-9106. For more information about Blues by the Bay, visit www.bluesbythebay.org

• www.humboldt.edu/olli • (707) 826-5880 • FALL 2012

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

FALL 2012

31

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

OLLI

32

FALL 2012 The Armchair Traveler:

EULOGIZING EUREKA The Armchair Traveler sticks close to home this semester, traveling the streets, alleys, and wharves of Eureka and its environs. We’ll commemorate bygone HOTEL STERLING, SECOND AND C STREETS, EUREKA, 1949. (COURTESY HUMBOLDT COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY) buildings, relive raffish escapades, and examine the steady transformation of the city’s landscape during a two-hour trip filled with PowerPoint images. You’ll learn where author Jack London landed on a bar room floor, reconnoiter the racetrack built on a sawdust-filled slough, and see the Eureka law office that was meant to subvert the Supreme Court. Eureka is particularly distinctive for its architectural legacy The superb photos of Lloyd Stine will help us document from the 19th and early 20th centuries. This class will the destruction of much of Victorian-era Eureka, which concentrate upon the National Registry Historic District seemed to have a massively ornate hotel on every block. from C to M Street. Most of the designated Eureka Historical Landmarks will be viewed, and an extensive “photo All this and more will be seen from your companion” will be provided to compare and contrast scenes personal OLLI armchair, the ultimate vehicle for along the way. Among the buildings to be entered are the 1892 thrilling travel through space and time. Ingomar Theater, the Buhne Building and the Pink Lady. date Sat., Sept. 29 Participants will walk a total of 25 blocks. time 1-3 p.m. fee/members $30/nonmembers $55 (47203) This class includes a field trip. All participants will be place HBAC required to complete a release of liability form (see page instr Jerry and Gisela Rohde 64). Wear sturdy shoes and dress for unpredictable weather. date Sun., Sept. 30 Jerry and Gisela Rohde offer OLLI courses, including the time 10 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Armchair Traveler, every semester. They have co-authored fee/members $30/nonmembers $55 (47206) three guidebooks to the local area and often leave their place HBAC armchairs to explore Humboldt County by car or on foot. instr Raymond Hillman

OLD TOWN EUREKA: Architectural History Walk

Ray Hillman is a UC Berkeley graduate and a regional history instructor at College of the Redwoods. He is also an independent scholar specializing in architecture and historical preservation.

OLLI at HSU

• www.humboldt.edu/olli • (707) 826-5880 • FALL 2012

OLLI Bringing Down the Big Sticks:

OLD-TIME NORTH COAST LOGGING From whistle punks to rigging slingers, from skid roads to steam donkeys – the lexicon of old-time logging is filled with terms waiting to be made manifest. This PowerPoint presentation will do just that, linking name with image as aging postcards and photographs appear on screen to bring back the vanished era of “big stick” timber cutting. You’ll see choppers perched on rickety scaffolding high above the ground as they spend a week of axe-work felling a single redwood. You’ll view stationary steam engines and smoke-belching locomotives hauling huge logs from the woods. You’ll study mill structures made to reduce giant redwoods into stacks of lumber awaiting transport to the far corners of the earth. And you’ll hear the stories of the men, machines, and machinations that removed over 95% of the old-growth forest in an eyeblink of eternity. It was the greatest and most destructive logging show on earth, revived a century after it reached its peak, by this two-hour presentation. date Sat., Dec. 15 time 1-3 p.m. fee/members $30/nonmembers $55 (47205) place HBAC instr Jerry and Gisela Rohde Jerry and Gisela Rohde have offered programs about Humboldt County’s human and natural history for 20 years. They have hiked, biked and driven through many redwood forests, but have only logged spruce, fir and alder.

OLLI at HSU

A PAIR OF “CHOPPERS” NEAR KORBEL. (COURTESY BLUE LAKE MUSEUM)

SAMOA: Past, Present &

Future of an Old Company Town Join us for a thorough study of Samoa, a town with an intriguing name and a compelling history. Learn of Samoa’s brief role as a resort community, how it turned in to a lumber company town and the individuals and companies that guided its growth. On Friday attend a lecture illustrated with historic photographs and artifacts, followed by a four-hour field trip on Saturday to the community of Samoa. We will explore the community street by street in a one-hour walk followed by a lecture and lunch break. Lunch at the Samoa Cookhouse is included in the course fees. This class includes a field trip. All participants will be required to complete a release of liability form (see page 64). Wear sturdy shoes and dress for unpredictable weather. date Fri./Sat., Oct. 5-6 time Fri. 5:30-8 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. fee/members $50/nonmembers $75 (47273) place HBAC/Samoa instr Raymond Hillman Ray Hillman is a UC Berkeley graduate and a regional history instructor at College of the Redwoods. He is also an independent scholar specializing in architecture and historical preservation.

• www.humboldt.edu/olli • (707) 826-5880 • FALL 2012

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

FALL 2012

33

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

OLLI

34

FALL 2012 Housing Humboldt History: An Insider’s Look at

LOCAL MUSEUMS

The richness of Humboldt County’s history is preserved and displayed at several outstanding venues. We’ll visit four of them within a half-hour’s drive from Humboldt Bay. The directors and staffs of the Blue Lake, Ferndale, Fortuna Depot, and Trinidad museums will conduct tours of their respective facilities, providing details about the displays, offering snippets of local lore, and explaining how collections are acquired and maintained. You’ll see renowned collections of Indian basketry, examine the interiors of two former train stations, and study the controlled confusion of an early day telephone switchboard. You’ll get your bearings at an introductory presentation provided by local historian Jerry Rohde. Class members will drive or carpool to each location. Oct. 20: Tales of Four Towns: An introduction to the history of Blue Lake, Ferndale, Fortuna, and Trinidad, presented by Jerry Rohde. Oct. 27: Ferndale Museum tour conducted by Don Anderson, museum director.

Nov. 3: Blue Lake Museum tour conducted by Cynthia Gourley-Bagwell, museum curator. Nov. 10: Fortuna Depot Museum tour conducted by Alex Service, museum director. Nov. 17: Trinidad Museum tour conducted by Patti Fleschner, museum society president. This class includes a field trip. All participants will be required to complete a release of liability form (see page 64). Wear sturdy shoes and dress for unpredictable weather. date Sat., Oct. 20-Nov. 17 time 1-3 p.m. fee/members $50/nonmembers $75 (47207) place HBAC instr Jerry Rohde Jerry Rohde has taught HSU OLLI classes since the beginning. He has co-authored four guidebooks to the local area and is now writing a geographical history of Humboldt County.

MUSHROOM WALK Enjoy a fun hike in the Pacific rain forest near Fern Canyon, where we will identify various mushrooms. Fall is the perfect time of year for identifying Humboldt’s broad variety of very tasty, beautiful and strange-looking fungi, including poisonous ones! We will take vans (rain or shine) to this beautiful rain forest where Roosevelt Elk, bear, and deer love to roam. Unfortunately, mushroom picking is not allowed in the park. Participants should be in reasonable physical condition for this day-long trip. There will be a minimum of four rest stops in addition to lunch. Bring appropriate weather-friendly clothing, wear good shoes, and bring lunch and a drink.

OLLI at HSU

Recommended text: Mushrooms Demystified by David Arora date Thurs./Sat., Nov. 1 & 3 time Thurs. 6-7:30 p.m., Sat. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. fee/members $70/nonmembers $95 (47253) place HBAC/van to Fern Canyon instr Dick Wild Dick Wild has been a trip leader, mushroom aficionado and member of the Mycological Society since 1972. He has identified and eaten over 70 varieties. He has picked mushrooms in Northern California, Montana, Colorado and Southern Germany in the Black Forest.

• www.humboldt.edu/olli • (707) 826-5880 • FALL 2012

OLLI Walking Tour of the

FERNDALE CEMETERY Join us for a morning walk in the Ferndale Cemetery. Led by Ferndale Museum volunteer, Ann Roberts, the tour will include tales of the folks resting on that beautiful hillside. You will hear the stories of local Indians, settlers, Confederate soldiers, drowning victims, crimes of passion, and Ferndale families. Wear sturdy shows and dress for unpredictable weather. date Sat., Oct. 27 time 10 a.m.-noon fee/members $20/nonmembers $45 (47208) place Meet at the Ferndale Cemetery instr Ann Roberts

GENEALOGY & Family History

Who are you? Yes, you are an individual, but you are also the sum of various parts of your past. Discover the tools that will help you learn more about your forebears. Learn how to obtain military pension records, cemetery records, marriage, birth and death records. Discover what information can be gleaned from wills, tax lists, deeds and land bounty records. What can you expect to find at county archives and historical societies? Who has already done genealogical research on your family? Make your ancestors’ lives part of your life by participating in the discovery of your family roots. Learn something of the joys and sorrows of your forbears, and the sacrifices they made. They earned and deserve your recognition. date Sat., Sept. 15, 29, Oct. 13 time 10 a.m.-noon fee/members $45/nonmembers $70 (47217) place HBAC instr Michael Cooley Michael Cooley has researched genealogy for more than 30 years. He published the National Queries Forum for five years. He is presently the 2nd VP of the Cooley Family Association of America (CFAA), the administrator of the Eldridge DNA Project, and the president of the Genealogy Club of Humboldt State University.

OLLI at HSU

MADAKET Historical Tour of Humboldt Bay Enjoy a unique experience of the Humboldt Bay. The first and third class meetings will take place at the Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center for historical perspectives and insights. During the second and fourth weeks, we will explore the Humboldt Bay from aboard the Madaket. For OLLI The Madaket is the last survivor of seven MEMBERS original ferries that transported mill ONLY workers and families around Humboldt Bay. Built in 1909, launched in 1910 and refurbished in 1989, she remains as a reminder of Eureka’s bustling waterfront era. The completion of the Samoa bridge in 1971 put the ferry service out of business. The Madaket continues to be the oldest vessel in continuous service in the United States, boasts the smallest licensed bar in the state, and is a California historic vessel. OLLI members only: Space in this class is limited to 30. Please register early to secure enrollment. All participants will be required to complete a release of liability form at the first class meeting. date Fri., Sept. 7-28 time 11 a.m.-1 p.m. fee/members $80 (47204) place HBAC instr Leroy Zerlang

p

Leroy and Dalene Zerlang own the Madaket. Dalene coordinates all programs and tours. Leroy is a captain on the Brusco tug and barge, is the executive director of the Humboldt Maritime Museum, and is the owner of the oldest ways on Humboldt Bay.

• www.humboldt.edu/olli • (707) 826-5880 • FALL 2012

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

FALL 2012

35

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

OLLI

36

FALL 2012 FRIENDLY FIRE:

The History & Role of Fire in Redwood National Park Join Ranger Jim Wheeler and Prescribed Fire Manager John McClelland for a presentation and discussion of the role of prescribed fire in maintaining both historical landscapes and native plant communities in Redwood National Park (RNP). The American Indian tradition of managing plant communities with fire has contributed to the cherished American landscape. Most native plants in the RNP are well adapted to fire. However, a century of fire suppression has altered the park’s landscapes. We’ll discuss how the park’s historic landscapes and native plant communities have changed since the advent of fire suppression, livestock grazing, road building and logging. We’ll explore the current fire management program, including its short-term and long-term goals. The following weekend we’ll take a field trip to the Bald Hills above Redwood Creek to visit three locations where we can observe pre-burn conditions, an area that has been recently burned, and an area that was burned last year to see how the plant community has responded. This class includes a field trip. All participants will be required to complete a release of liability form (see page 64). Wear sturdy shoes and dress for unpredictable weather and bring lunch and a drink. date Thurs./Sat., Oct. 18 & 20 time Thurs. 1-3 p.m., Sat. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. fee/members $70/nonmembers $95 (47281) place HBAC/vans to RNP instr John McClelland & Jim Wheeler Jim Wheeler has been a park ranger/interpreter at Redwood National and State Parks since 1986. He is a graduate of UC Santa Cruz with a B.A. in cultural anthropology, and also received a teaching credential and M.A. in environmental education at HSU. Jim has been involved in environmental education since 1981. John McClelland (Johnnymac) has been involved in the world of fire since 1978, serving on a Young Adult Conservation Corp fire suppression crew, a hotshot crew, engine crew, and a helitack crew. In 1986 he worked on an engine crew at RNP and later became engine captain. He now works as a prescribed fire/fuels manager. OLLI at HSU

REDWOOD FACTS & FICTION: A Field Experience

This lecture-field class will examine the area in and around Humboldt Redwoods State Park – the oldest of the state’s redwood parks. The 52,000-acre park was established in 1922, and is located 45 miles south of Eureka on Highway 101. A lecture will introduce differences between redwood species, including the rare and mysterious albino or “ghost tree” redwoods. These chlorophyll-lacking offshoots of green redwoods inhabit only a few remote sites within the park. Come explore old-growth redwoods along the Eel River and Bull Creek, showcasing behemoth trees surrounded by an aesthetic lower canopy of ferns and associated flora. Hiking will involve approximately 1.5 miles of level walking along established trails in Founder’s Grove, Rockefeller Grove, and in the Burlington Visitors’ Center area. This class includes a field trip. All participants will be required to complete a release of liability form (see page 64). Wear sturdy shoes, dress for unpredictable weather and bring lunch and a drink. date Thurs./Sat., Sept. 6 & 8 time Thurs. 6-8 p.m., Sat. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. fee/members $70/nonmembers $95 (47275) place HBAC/vans to Humboldt Redwoods instr Ross Carkeet Ross Carkeet taught college forestry, natural resources and biology for 39 years and is a California registered professional forester. During the summer of 1967 he worked full-time as a naturalist at Humboldt Redwoods State Park. In 1968 he completed his masters in watershed management at Humboldt State University. After his retirement, he joined the OLLI faculty and enjoys sharing his expertise of the area.

Look for Registration Form on page 63

® • www.humboldt.edu/olli • (707) 826-5880 • FALL 2012

OLLI EXPLORING North Coast FOLKTALES Gain a better understanding of local folktales. In the first class, Renée Ross will discuss folkloric theory as it refers to specific folktales found on the North Coast and what they mean to us. With theory as a foundation, in the second class, Nancy McQuillan will convene a team of professional storytellers who will tell some North Coast stories. Your grandchildren (or others) are invited to attend the performance session! date Sat., Oct. 6 & 13 time 1-3 p.m. fee/members $40/nonmembers $65 (47276) place HBAC instr Nancy McQuillan & Renee Ross Renée Ross holds an M.A. in folklore from UC Berkeley where she studied with master folklorist, Alan Dundes. Her thesis was based on the transmission and distribution of a traditional indigenous folktale called “Theft of Fire.” Her interest in folklore includes a wide variety of subdisciplines from clothing to food ways. Nancy McQuillan is a professional storyteller. She was instrumental in the creation of South Coast Storytellers Guild in Southern California. She is a member of the North Coast Storytellers, and started a children’s storytelling club. She is a librarian and is currently performing with the Chamber Readers, a local readers theater troupe. She holds a B.A. in English and a Masters in Library Science.

Share a Story, Record a Story:

ORAL HISTORY THAT LASTS We will cover the basics of oral history starting with a brief overview of the discipline down to its present day significance in various fields. We will look at different types of recording equipment and find out about the legal paperwork needed to conduct a recorded interview. Then we will learn how to index it and transcribe it for posterity. date Sat., Nov. 3-17 time 10 a.m.-noon fee/members $45/nonmembers $70 (47214) place HBAC instr Renee Ross Renée Ross has directed several grant-funded oral history projects including the ongoing “Voices of the Timber Industry.” Other projects include “Voices of Underground Copper Miners,” “Voices of Southern Arizona Railroaders” and “Voices of Women on the Railroad.”

Weaving Great Tales:

THE ART OF STORYTELLING What makes a good story? How will you know it if you hear it? This course will introduce you to the art of storytelling as it has been practiced for thousands of years. You will learn the basics of story structure, background information on the oral tradition, and how storytelling is practiced today. Each class session will include stories told by the instructor. You will have an opportunity to present stories of your own in the final session. date Thurs., Oct. 11-Nov. 1 time 1-3 p.m. fee/members $50/nonmembers $75 (47216) place HBAC instr Nancy McQuillan Nancy McQuillan: See biography under “Exploring North Coast Folktales.”

OLLI at HSU

• www.humboldt.edu/olli • (707) 826-5880 • FALL 2012

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

FALL 2012

37

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

OLLI

38

FALL 2012 THE ZOO & YOU Back by popular demand, this class will take participants through over a century of history at Sequoia Park Zoo and into the future vision of the Zoo’s long-term master plan. Participants will learn what is involved with operating a modern accredited zoological facility through lectures, behind-the-scenes tours, animal encounters and other engaging activities. By the end of the course, participants will have gained a deeper understanding of the role of modern zoos in today’s society, as well as the mission and purpose of our community zoo and the many programs it has to offer. date Fri., Oct. 5-19 time 9 a.m.-noon fee/members $45/nonmembers $70 (47277) place Sequoia Park Zoo instr Gretchen Ziegler & Amber Neilson Gretchen Ziegler has worked in the zoo profession for nearly 30 years and is currently the manager of Sequoia Park Zoo. She has a B.S. in biology. Amber Neilson has a masters in environmental studies and has been an outdoor educator for over 15 years.

GARDENING for WILDLIFE Even without a green thumb, you can easily attract wild birds and animals to your yard. Learn the simple elements to invite nature to eat, drink, bathe and breed in your backyard. Bird and animal slides will show the variety you can attract. date Thurs., Nov. 8 time 6-8 p.m. fee/members $30/nonmembers $55 (47210) place HBAC instr Louise Bacon-Ogden Louise Bacon-Ogden has loved birds since childhood. From 1990 to 2004, she owned and operated The Old Town Eureka store, Strictly for the Birds. Since retirement she has taken her “show on the road,” doing talks, classes and lectures across Humboldt County and beyond. She loves sharing her passion and teaching others about wild birds.

OLLI at HSU

NORTH COAST WEATHER

from Forecast to Sandbags Got weather? Nancy Dean, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) meteorologist -in-charge, will provide a lecture in the morning on the mission and organization on the National Weather Service (NWS), weather basics and an example of those basics for the north coast seasons. In the afternoon there will be a tour of the NWS office on Woodley Island, including sandbag training. See how the atmospheric science affects human beings in so many ways! NOTE: All participants will attend the morning class, held in the Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center. After a break for lunch, the lab will be held at the weather station. Choose one of two sessions offered: SESSION 1: Sat., Nov. 17, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. fee/members $45/nonmembers $70 (47218) SESSION 2: Sat., Dec. 8, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. fee/members $45/nonmembers $70 (47219) Nancy Dean received her B.S. in atmospheric science from UC Davis. She has worked for the NOAA; the National Weather Service (NWS) in Great Falls, Mont., Billings, Mont., and in Riverside, Calif.; the NWS Headquarters in Silver Springs, Md. Since 1993 she has been the NOAA meteorologist-in-charge in Eureka, Calif.

• www.humboldt.edu/olli • (707) 826-5880 • FALL 2012

OLLI DRAWING BASICS Be introduced to various drawing media, with a brief history of drawing, and obtain a foundation in drawing techniques. This course is designed to be a fun and creative introductory class in applied artistic drawing. You will learn about composition, line, value, space, care and use of materials. Artwork will be created in graphite on paper. We will draw the first day. Please bring the following materials: 4H, 2B, 6B graphite pencils, white eraser, kneaded eraser, and a ruler, pencil sharpener, 400 series Strathmore drawing paper. date Thurs., Sept. 6-Oct. 4 time 3:30-5:30 p.m. fee/members $60/nonmembers $85 (47220) place HBAC instr Tim Clewell Tim Clewell holds degrees in art education, studio art and art history from HSU. He is an art teacher and a member of the Empire Squared Gallery. His work has been shown in the First Street Gallery, Hunter Plaid Gallery, the Ironside Gallery, Empire Squared and at several small businesses throughout the community.

BOTANICAL DRAWING

Tim Clewell: See biography above under “Drawing Basics.” OLLI at HSU

on your iPad

iPad painting is fun and easy to learn! This is an introductory class in iPad painting using the ArtStudio app. Each lesson will start with a demonstration of a specific set of ArtStudio features, followed by individual work on the iPad with guidance from the instructor. We will use art work by well known artists, including locals, for inspiration. The ArtStudio app has a very friendly user interface and is also rich and versatile. You do not need any experience with traditional or digital art. Professional artists will enjoy adding a mobile digital platform to their tool set. Bring an iPad (any model) and download the ArtStudio app ($6 or less from the App Store) before the first class meeting. date Wed., Oct. 3-24 time 6-8 p.m. fee/members $60/nonmembers $85 (47221) place HBAC instr Claire Iris Schencke Claire Iris Schencke, a pioneering mobile digital artist, received her M.A. at Stockholm University and her MBA at Stanford University. Her mixed media art has been featured in solo and group exhibits in the USA and Europe. She has extensive classroom teaching experience, and holds a community college teaching certificate. She also gives private lessons in iPad painting. For more about her iPad art, go to her blog: claireirisschencke.blogspot.com

• www.humboldt.edu/olli • (707) 826-5880 • FALL 2012

IPAD PAINTING BY CLAIRE IRIS SCHENCKE

Learn basic fundamentals of drawing while learning to draw plants. Focus will be primarily on line, shape, value, and texture of botany to create drawings. Techniques include graphite, pen, and watercolor. You will use a variety of these techniques while completing the activities and the final project. We will draw the first day. Please bring the following materials: 4H, HB, 2B, 4B, white eraser, pencil sharpener, kneaded eraser, Micron Pens (sizes 01 and 05), standard watercolor set, brushes (#2 Liner & #6 round brush, and a medium sized jar (for water), 300 Series Watercolor paper. date Thurs., Oct. 18-Nov. 15 time 3:30-5:30 p.m. fee/members $60/nonmembers $85 (47211) place HBAC instr Tim Clewell

FINGER-PAINTING

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

FALL 2012

39

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

OLLI

40

FALL 2012 WRITING the LANDSCAPE of Your LIFE “Place” is a touchstone for writers and provides signposts to lead us into memories: Where we grew up, where we’ve lived and where we have traveled help to define who we are. Therefore, these places inform and influence our writing. In this class, we will use “place” as a catalyst for writing from memory and personal experience. You will learn techniques to access your unique voice and banish the inner critic. Examples from contemporary writers will also be shared as models for inspiration. You will have the opportunity to read your poetry or prose in a safe space and receive optional feedback.

Each written piece of your individual landscape will hold the potential for being a place of energy and discovery. date Tues., Sept. 11-Oct. 16 time 1-3 p.m. fee/members $65/nonmembers $90 (47212) place HBAC instr Bonnie Shand Bonnie Shand, M.A., is a published poet, a reader, and a lover of good writing. She has taught writing and literature classes through Sonoma State Extended Education, the Oakmont retirement community in Santa Rosa, and OLLI at HSU.

PASS THE BLESSINGS

LEAVING A LEGACY:

“What are the most important blessings to pass on to the next generation? What legacy do I want to leave? How can I ease the burden for my loved ones after my death?” This practical course will help you answer these questions by attending to the essentials. You will reflect on the important lessons you’ve learned in life, compose letters of love, forgiveness, and blessings, write your obituary, and plan your memorial. Writing exercises and class discussion will help you clarify your intentions and explore options and resources. The end product will be a folder that gives you peace of mind and is a blessing to your loved ones for generations to come. We will take a topic that many avoid and make it fun and interesting. date Wed., Sept. 12-Oct. 3 time 5-6:30 p.m. fee/members $65/nonmembers $90 (47232) place HBAC instr Sharon Ferrett

This course is an exploration of you, and the legacy you will leave. Identify your strengths and stories, consider your audience, and learn the basic steps to leave a purposeful legacy. Find out what you want to leave behind and be remembered for. Identify your goals, gifts, passions, and who listens when you talk! This practical and participative class will provide tangible outcomes and get you started (or further along) on your journey of legacy and significance. Fun and dialogue are mandatory! date Tues., Dec. 4 time 3-5 p.m. fee/members $30/nonmembers $55 (47230) place HBAC instr Scott Hammond

Sharon K. Ferrett, Ph.D., has over 35 years in higher education as a college and university dean, director and professor. She is also a management consultant and a small business owner who brings a real-world perspective to her presentations and books: Peak Performance, Positive Attitudes at Work, Strategies: College and Career Success, and Getting and Keeping the Job You Want. OLLI at HSU

Living a Life of Significance

Scott Hammond is an author and motivational speaker. As a father of nine children, he has a unique point of view on fathering and intentional parenting. Scott earned his B.A. in recreation administration/ liberal arts at HSU, and has worked in radio, newspaper, and the cable TV ad sales industry for over 30 years.

• www.humboldt.edu/olli • (707) 826-5880 • FALL 2012

OLLI

Take an OLLI class with your friends at Timber Ridge in McKinleyville. All OLLI members are welcome to attend.

GENTLE YOGA for OLLI

SEEKING BALANCE

Explore conscious, relaxed breathing, gentle stretches, strength and balancing postures, grounding, core strength and overall body/mind awareness. Focus is on floor and standing poses for strength, balance and flexibility at any age. Register for one or both sessions held at Timber Ridge, McKinleyville with Stephanie Perrett. Bring a yoga mat, blanket or towel, and water. SESSION 1: Tues., Sept. 11-Oct. 9, 10-11 a.m. fee/members $45/nonmembers $90 (47235)

Do you feel like you might be losing your ability to balance? Would you like to have your balance assessed? Come join Dr. Ortega and his team from the HSU Biomechanics Lab for a day of balance and fall risk assessment. During the first meeting, the Biomechanics lab team will use a force-sensing platform and a series of stationary and dynamic balance tests to help determine your postural stability. OLLI members will be individually assessed and given personal results. The following week, Dr. Ortega will meet with the full class to discuss the implications of reduced balance and provide strategies for improving stability and reducing the risk of falls. This course is limited to 30 OLLI members; early registration is recommended. date Thurs., Nov. 1 & 8 time 1-3 p.m. For OLLI MEMBERS fee/members $40 (47239) ONLY place Timber Ridge instr Justus Ortega

SESSION 2: Tues., Oct. 16-Nov. 13, 10-11 a.m. fee/members $45/nonmembers $90 (47237) Stephanie Perrett is a certified yoga teacher, and a former speech pathologist. Yoga has been an inspirational part of her life. She loves sharing the joy and wisdom of compassionate, graceful practice in movement and mindfulness.

MEMOIR: Writing Your Life Story This course is designed to help you free the writer within. You will engage in the process of life review, reflection and assessment through drawing and writing exercises. Using all your senses, word association, memory clusters, questions and class discussion will help you recall memories and organize essential information. The focus of this course is to reflect on the major transitions and people, places, and events that impacted you and fostered a sense of awareness and growth. Explore and write about pivotal experiences that shaped you. Your story is a journey to wholeness. date Thurs., Sept. 13-Oct. 25 time 10 a.m.-noon fee/members $65/nonmembers $90 (47244) place Timber Ridge instr Sharon Ferrett Sharon K. Ferrett: See biography under “Pass the Blessings,” previous page. OLLI at HSU

p

Justus Ortega, Ph.D., is the director of the HSU biomechanics lab, where he and his students conduct novel research in the energetics of human locomotion, and provide the community with health and performancerelated biomechanical testing and evaluation. His research with the STRONG program is aimed at increasing opportunities for seniors to stay active in our community. • See page 46 for two more sessions of Yoga taught by Patricia Starr and held at Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center in Eureka. • See page 44 for an additional session of Seeking Balance held at Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center. • See page 49 for another session of Memoir: Writing Your Life Story, to be held at Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center in Eureka.

• www.humboldt.edu/olli • (707) 826-5880 • FALL 2012

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

FALL 2012

41

42

FALL 2012 OUR PATHWAYS TO HEALTH Has your chronic condition presented everyday challenges that you would like to address? Would you like to take a more active role in your health and health care? This workshop focuses on supporting participants to make achievable goals and improve their health. The workshops are not conditionspecific. Instead, the workshop focuses on participants’ engagement in a wide variety of self-management tools, brainstorming, and goal setting. Anyone living with a chronic health condition is encouraged to attend, as are family members and/or caregivers. Participants should plan to attend all six weeks. Course materials include a copy of the textbook, Living a Healthy Life with Chronic Conditions, St. Joseph Hospital has been meeting the health care and a Time for Healing relaxation CD. needs of the North Coast for more than 90 years. FREE This rewarding workshop is developed by Today the hospital is literally growing to meet the FOR OLLI the Stanford University Chronic Disease SelfMEMBERS future needs of the community. The Northeast Addition Management Program. As one of its leaders is a $145 million, state-of-the-art medical facility that ONLY commented, “I think it’s really up to folks to is scheduled to open to patients by the end of 2012. take the first step to better health. Pathways is Here is your opportunity to go inside the new certainly an excellent way to get there too, because facility and see the Emergency Department, Imaging, they cover every aspect I can think of having to do with Surgery, the Intensive Care Unit and more. health care. You see changes and you get transformed and Join us for this in-depth tour of the building. After the you’re never really the same person you were beforehand.” tour, you will learn about some of the comprehensive This course is free to OLLI members. medical services provided by St. Joseph Hospital. date Mon., Sept. 10-Oct. 15 This course is free to OLLI members. time 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. date Fri., Oct-26 fee/members Free to OLLI members (47279) time 10 a.m.-noon place HBAC fee/members Free to OLLI members (47298) instr Marion Love & Toni Martin place St. Joseph Hospital Marion Love is an experienced Our Pathways to instr Leslie Broomal Health leader and is a retired teacher living comfortably with several chronic illnesses. She lives in Eureka. Toni Martin is an Our Pathways to Health master trainer. She holds both a masters in education and in school psychology from HSU. Partially retired, she currently works as a consultant for the Humboldt County Office of Education.

ST. JOSEPH HOSPITAL TOUR

p

l

OLLI at HSU

PHOTO COURTESY OF ST. JOSEPH HOSPITAL

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

OLLI

• www.humboldt.edu/olli • (707) 826-5880 • FALL 2012

OLLI MANAGING YOUR ESTATE: MANAGING YOUR ESTATE: Part 1 – AN OVERVIEW

Part 2 – TRUSTS

This introductory course is designed for those who wish to gain an understanding of estate management through the use of powers of attorney for health and finances, trusts, conservatorships and wills. This course is geared towards Baby Boomers and people dealing with the “what ifs” of managing their affairs when they are no longer capable. This includes financial, health care, social services, residential programs, and legal documents. This class will help participants develop an easy-to-follow roadmap for governing their estates. date Mon., Oct. 29 & Nov. 5 time 6-8 p.m. fee/members $40/nonmembers $65 (47246) place HBAC instr Kip Roberti

This is an intermediate course especially created for Baby Boomers and people who are interested in learning more about trusts. The course is designed to provide participants an understanding of trusts: what they are, how they work, and how to go about creating a trust to meet your individual needs. Participants will also be introduced to a variety of different types of trusts and explore options for their use. Managing Your ESTATE: Part 1 is not a prerequisite. date Mon., Dec. 3 time 6-8 p.m. fee/members $30/nonmembers $55 (47299) place HBAC instr Patricia Atwood, Barbara Davenport & Kip Roberti

Kip Roberti has lived in Humboldt County since 1962. He was an HSU faculty member, a project coordinator for the Humboldt County Office of Education, owned and operated Adult Educational Services consulting firm, provided extensive continuing education courses for health care professionals, and is a professional fiduciary. He is one of the co-founders of S.A.F.E. Planners, Inc., Eureka, where he is a senior advocate, fiduciary, and educator committed to serving the needs of the elderly, their families, and people with disabilities.

Patricia Atwood has been a professional fiduciary since 2005, and is one of the founders of S.A.F.E. Planners Inc., a company committed to serving the needs of the elderly, their families, and people with disabilities. She is an active member of the Professional Fiduciary Association of California. Barbara Davenport is a licensed California Professional Fiduciary and a National Certified Guardian. She also has training in mediation and holds a real estate broker license. She is employed at S.A.F.E. Planners Inc.

OLLI MEMBERS get Anyone may register for an OLLI class; however, nonmembers must pay $25 additional fee per class. Up until the week before the course begins, nonmembers may be dropped from the course if space is limited and members would like to enroll. Join or renew your OLLI membership today.

Call 707-826-5880 or visit humboldt.edu/olli/register

OLLI at HSU

• www.humboldt.edu/olli • (707) 826-5880 • FALL 2012

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

FALL 2012

43

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

OLLI

44

FALL 2012 SEEKING BALANCE

Fundamentals of

Do you feel like you might be losing your ability to balance? Would you like to For OLLI have your balance assessed? Come MEMBERS join Dr. Ortega and his team from ONLY the HSU Biomechanics Lab for a day of balance and fall risk assessment. During the first meeting, the Biomechanics lab team will use a force-sensing platform and a series of stationary and dynamic balance tests to help determine your postural stability. OLLI members will be individually assessed and given personal results. The following week, Dr. Ortega will meet with the full class to discuss the implications of reduced balance and provide strategies for improving stability and reducing the risk of falls. This course is limited to 30 OLLI members; early registration is recommended. See page 41 for an additional session of this course offered in McKinleyville. date Fri., Oct. 5 & 12 time 1-3 p.m. fee/members $40 (47241) place HBAC instr Justus Ortega

l

Justus Ortega, See biography on page 41 under “Seeking Balance.”

RESISTANCE TRAINING Come and be inspired to participate in a lifestyle of healthy active living. Explore unique aspects and considerations of movement for older adult exercisers and gain basic knowledge of anatomy and principles of strength training. Learn specific balance, mobility and stability exercises with modifications and progressions for eight major muscle groups using minimal equipment that can be done at home, office or traveling. date Fri., Sept. 7-28, Oct. 19 and 26 time 1-2:30 p.m. fee/members $50/nonmembers $75 (47242) plus additional $10 materials: optional (47329) place HBAC instr Susan Lewis Susan Lewis has 20 years of experience working with older adults, people new to exercise, and people with all kinds of aches and pains. She is a certified American Council on Exercise personal trainer and group exercise leader, certified in STRONG (Strength Training Resources for Osteoporosis) and by Fitness Educators of Older Adults. She is the co-author of ME – More Energy, a Parkinson’s handbook on exercise and coping skills.

PILATES PLUS FOR OLLI Build a stronger, healthier body with Pilates. Improve your posture and balance, create stronger abdominal muscles, and improve flexibility with the elegant and flowing movements of Pilates. You will learn to isolate core muscles and coordinate breathing and movement as core strength increases. Well-suited for people of all ages and fitness levels, the class includes traditional Pilates mat exercises, light-weight and band exercises, and time to creatively explore Pilates in motion, developing confidence to apply a strengthened core to all your activities. Please bring water, a mat and towel.

OLLI at HSU

date Wed., Oct. 3-Nov. 7 time 10:30 a.m.-noon fee/members $65/nonmembers $90 (47248) place HBAC instr Joanne Fornes Joanne Fornes believes exercise, done with awareness and attention, is the key to longevity, vitality and health. Passionate about lifetime fitness, she has studied various forms of movement for more than 40 years. She is a backpacker and runner and delights in helping people find grace, ease and self-empowerment through movement.

• www.humboldt.edu/olli • (707) 826-5880 • FALL 2012

OLLI TAI CHI for EVERYONE

THE WAY OF WELLNESS

Learn a short version of Tai Chi in this class designed for OLLI members. This version of Tai Chi is made up of simple, smooth, circular movements, designed to stretch, limber, tone and strengthen the body – a gentle, easy to learn and fun way to get fit. No previous experience is necessary. Tai Chi can help improve your balance, posture, muscle tone and flexibility, while strengthening and opening joints. It also helps improve circulation and metabolism and can boost the immune system. You will also learn techniques to lower and balance blood pressure and quiet the mind, improving ability to focus and remember. Special moving and seated meditation for stress reduction and pain management will relax your mind, body and spirit. Bring a water bottle and wear flat, comfortable shoes. date Mon., Oct. 15-Nov. 19 time 3-4:30 p.m. fee/members $70/nonmembers $95 (47328) place Arcata Presbyterian Church instr Glenda Hesseltine

In the field of health, the sheer amount of information can be overwhelming. In this class we’ll boil down the clutter and confusion to a few simple time-tested principles of wellness. We’ll also debunk the myths that make health and wellness seem time-consuming and complicated. You’ll come away with practical ideas for increasing your physical and emotional wellbeing that you can put into practice immediately. Topics include easy, portable, low-cost ways to build your fitness (no gym required!); ways to fuel your body for mood, resilience and energy; three types of exercise that protect against dementia, bone loss, diabetes, and heart disease; immediate tools for maintaining (or recovering ) emotional balance; lessons from the world’s centenarians; and strategies for changing long-held habits. date Thurs., Nov. 8 & 15 time 1-3 p.m. fee/members $40/nonmembers $65 (47238) place HBAC instr Louisa Rogers

Glenda Hesseltine, M.A. has been a tai chi instructor/ practitioner in the Yang style for 30 years. She is certified in tai chi for arthritis by Dr. Paul Lam of Australia and endorsed by the American Arthritis Foundation. Glenda brings 35 years of meditation training from many disciplines and a deep commitment to help people heal. With a master’s degree in counseling psychology and a specialty in psychosynthesis, she uses guided imagery and sound toning in her classes.

Louisa Rogers is a management consultant. Previously, she was a professional weight loss counselor. She grew up overweight and out of shape, but became an “adult-onset fitness lover” in her 20s and never looked back. She has maintained a 30-pound weight loss for 30 years. Today, at 60, she enjoys walking, bicycling, hiking, backpacking, hooping, open-water swimming, T’ai Chi, yoga, and kettlebells. Her articles on fitness, self-development and well-being have been published nationally and internationally.

May I join OLLI if I am almost 50? To be eligible for OLLI membership, you must turn 50 within the year you would be taking classes. Or if you are under 50, but the spouse, partner or friend of an OLLI member who is 50, you may join as a supplemental member for a discounted fee of $25.

OLLI at HSU

• www.humboldt.edu/olli • (707) 826-5880 • FALL 2012

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

FALL 2012

45

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

OLLI

46

FALL 2012 Introduction to MEDITATION This four-week course provides instruction in and the practice of meditation for beginners as well as those who wish to refresh their practice and want to experience the benefits of group meditation. Topics include the goal of meditation, the common pitfalls and obstacles, working with the breath, mantra, dealing with the mind, the practice of compassion (tonglen), awareness meditation, being present, purification practices and others topics that may arise out of discussion and sitting. There will be at least two sessions of 10 to 20 minutes of practice, time for sharing, discussion, questions, as well as instruction. The instructor will draw on her four decades of practice in both Hindu and Buddhist traditions, as well as her study of other traditions, to provide an eclectic and practical approach to inner growth and transformation, with the aim that people have the opportunity to become grounded in their own practice. Choose one of three sessions held at Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center with Girija Moran: SESSION 1: Tues., Sept. 11-Oct. 2, 1-3 p.m. fee/members $50/nonmembers $75 (47295) SESSION 2: Sun., Oct. 28-Nov. 18, 1-3 p.m. fee/members $50/nonmembers $75 (47296) SESSION 3: Sat., Nov. 24-Dec. 15, 1-3 p.m. fee/members $50/nonmembers $75 (47297) Girija Moran has an extensive experience in meditation, drawing on her background in both Hindu and Buddhist traditions. She has taught meditation courses in five countries and currently resides in Humboldt County where she teaches meditation from a non-traditional and eclectic perspective.

YOGA for OLLI Join us for a gentle yoga class. Conscious, relaxed breathing, gentle stretches, strength and balancing postures, grounding, core strength and overall body/mind awareness will be explored. Focus will be on both floor and standing poses for strength, balance and flexibility at any age. The instructor will assist you to be mindful of your body’s own capacities and to utilize the Yoga practice for your greatest benefit and sense of well-being. Her ultimate goal is to support you in caring for your body, mind and spirit, thereby cultivating a sense of peace and harmony. Bring a yoga mat, blanket or towel, and water. Register for one or both sessions held at Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center with Patricia Starr. SESSION 1: Mon., Sept. 10-Oct. 8, 1:30-3 p.m. fee/members $65/nonmembers $90 (47250) SESSION 2: Mon., Oct. 15-Nov. 5, 1:30 p.m.-3 p.m. fee/members $55/nonmembers $80 (47249)

JOIN OR RENEW TODAY: CALL

707-826-5880 OR VISIT

www.humboldt.edu/olli OLLI at HSU

Patricia Starr is a certified yoga teacher and therapist and has been a yoga practitioner for 37 years. She is a mother of three sons and a grandmother of three. Her years of yoga practice have consistently been her lifeline, and she looks forward to sharing her joy in yoga with OLLI members. See page 41 for two more yoga classes to be held at Timber Ridge in McKinleyville, and taught by Stephanie Perrett. • www.humboldt.edu/olli • (707) 826-5880 • FALL 2012

OLLI DESIGNING YOUR NEXT 50 YEARS

How Can I Help?

PRACTICING COMPASSION in a MESSY WORLD By the time we hit 50, most of us have seen a great deal of suffering around us: family and friends struggling with health problems, economic problems, marriage and family problems, deaths of loved ones. Instinctively we try to help. Sometimes we know we’ve really supported another. Other times, we’re less sure. We may feel helpless, coming away from a conversation with questions: “Could I have done more?” “Did I say the right thing?” This class is for anyone who responds to the universal human desire to help, but feels frustrated in not always knowing the best way to go about it. Whether we’re thinking about a family member, a friend, a colleague, a neighbor, or even a complete stranger, we will explore what it means to help and how to do so. Whatever the concerns of those around you – small or large, minor irritations or great tragedies – this class will help you help them. date Wed., Nov. 7 & 14 time 1-3 p.m. fee/members $40/nonmembers $65 (47247) place HBAC instr Louisa Rogers

How do we improve the quality of life for seniors in Humboldt County? What changes would you like to see in existing structures, and what are some new concepts that we can bring to our rural area? This class will examine several creative ways to enhance senior living on both the personal and community level. Emphasis would be placed on taking action to implement selected ideas after the class concludes. date Thurs., Sept. 13-Oct. 4 time 6-8 p.m. fee/members $50/nonmembers $75 (47243) place HBAC instr JoAnn Schuch JoAnne Schuch was primary caregiver for three aging family members in their 80s. This experience has led her to recognize the need for better senior living options in Humboldt County. She is currently a member of Arcata Elder Village, dedicated to encouraging discussion of senior issues (arcataeldervillage. wordpress.com) and is active in the Senior Action Collation.

Most OLLI courses are offered at the Humboldt Bay Aquatics Center (HBAC), located next to the Adorni Center at 921 Waterfront Drive in Eureka.

Louisa Rogers has been a helping professional throughout her career. For the last 30 years she has worked as a business consultant, helping people in the workplace solve problems and improve their work lives. Previously she taught English as a second language to refugees. As a volunteer, she worked as a bereavement counselor, facilitated writing and storytelling workshops for the elderly, and taught interviewing skills to the unemployed. OLLI at HSU

• www.humboldt.edu/olli • (707) 826-5880 • FALL 2012

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

FALL 2012

47

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

OLLI

48

FALL 2012 SHINING A LIGHT: A Lecture Series on Addiction Addiction and mental health concerns affect us all. If we have not struggled with it ourselves, we probably know someone who has dealt with the challenges of these problems. On an almost daily basis, we hear media reports on the personal and financial costs alcohol and drugs can bring to a community. For many who are caught in the descending spiral of addiction (sometimes in conjunction with a WEEK 1: An Introductory Discussion of Addiction mental illness), there is a secret Bonnie Shand and David Young, series coordinators world, hidden by shame and stigma. This can push acknowledgement of WEEK 2: The Effects of Addiction on Families their issues to a deep, unconscious Susan Grenfell: Supervising Mental Health Clinician, Healthy Moms Program level – and the possibility of Lea Nagy: Comprehensive Community Team Case Manager/ change moves beyond reach. Family Liaison, Humboldt County Mental Health During this lecture series, local Amy Terrones: Student assistance Counselor, Court and Community service providers and individuals Schools, Humboldt County Office of Education in recovery will shed light on the impacts of addiction and mental WEEK 3: Seniors & Prescription Drugs illness, facilitating a meaningful Mike Goldsby: Senior Program manager Humboldt dialogue within our community. County DHHS, Public Health Branch date Tues., Sept. 11Diana Livingston: Executive Director, North Coast Substance Oct. 16 Abuse Council, Director, Crossroads time 3:30-5:30 p.m. WEEK 4: The Relationship Between the Criminal Justice fee/members $50/nonmembers System, Alcohol, Drugs & the Community $75 (47245) Bill Damiano: Chief Probation Officer, County of Humboldt place HBAC Diana Livingston: Executive Director, North Coast Substance SERIES COORDINATORS: Abuse Council, Director, Crossroads Bonnie Shand, M.A., worked in WEEK 5: The Relationship Between Mental Illness community mental health programs & Addiction in San Francisco and Santa Rosa with Harpreet Duggal, M.D., FAPA: Medical Director, Humboldt County Mental Health homeless women in early recovery Lea Nagy: Comprehensive Community Team Case Manager/ from drug and/or alcohol addiction Family Liaison, Humboldt County Mental Health and their children. She sits on the Local Behavioral Health Board and Eric Thompson: Member of the Local Behavioral Health Board and the Alcohol on the Alcohol and other Drug/Dual and Other Drug/Dual Diagnosis Committee: consumer of mental health services Diagnosis Committee of the Board. WEEK 6: Harm Reduction, Recovery & Prevention David Young, M.A., is a recovering Mike Goldsby: Senior Program Manage, Humboldt alcoholic/addict. He is the Chair of the County DHHS, Public Health Branch Local Behavioral Health Board and is the Chair of the Alcohol and Other Drug/ Beth Wells: Health Education Specialist, Humboldt Dual Diagnosis Committee of the Board. County DHHS, Public Health Branch OLLI at HSU

• www.humboldt.edu/olli • (707) 826-5880 • FALL 2012

OLLI A Community of WRITERS We will create a community of writers with different levels of expertise, and we will generate, respond to, and revise our own and others’ poems and short paragraphs. Evocative writing prompts given in each class meeting will encourage you to break new ground and to find and strengthen your own unique voice. A nurturing environment will support you in emphasizing communication, clarity, and economy as you express the truth you most want to say. Varied types of poetry and short prose will also be presented and discussed. date Wed., Aug. 15-Sept. 19 time 6-8 p.m. fee/members $65/nonmembers $90 (47326) place HBAC instr Pat McCutcheon Pat McCutcheon has a masters degree in English and has published widely. She taught English for 25 years at College of the Redwoods and enjoys teaching OLLI classes because of the enthusiasm of the participants, the opportunity to observe their growth, and the stimulus it gives her own writing.

MEMOIR: Writing Your Life Story This course is designed to help you free the writer within. You will engage in the process of life review, reflection and assessment through drawing and writing exercises. Using all your senses, word association, memory clusters, questions and class discussion will help you recall memories and organize essential information. The focus of this course is to reflect on the major transitions and people, places, and events that impacted you and fostered a sense of awareness and growth. Explore and write about pivotal experiences that shaped you. Your story is a journey to wholeness. date Wed., Oct. 10-Nov. 14 time 4-6 p.m. fee/members $65/nonmembers $90 (47293) place HBAC instr Sharon Ferrett Sharon K. Ferrett, Ph.D.: See biography on page 40. OLLI at HSU

SPIRITUALITY VS. PSYCHOSIS: Bringing Psychology’s New Paradigm into the 21st Century Where can the line be drawn between “madness” and “mystery”? How does “faith” and “superstition” survive a secular and scientific world view? This class is a follow-up to the exploration of the long held belief of science and psychology – that religious and/or mystical experiences were escapes from reality, and therefore talking about them was dangerous for people diagnosed as mentally ill. We will investigate the expansion and intensity of interest in this field of study, which has allowed for a less stigmatizing and more hopeful perspective on psychosis as well as serious research and acknowledgement of the reality of spiritual experience in cultures around the world. The instructor will encourage discussion and the sharing of your point of view as we delve into the current research on the topic and what ground breaking, practical applications are changing the lives of mental health consumers for the better. You are not required to have taken the previous class to participate. date Tues., Oct. 30-Dec. 11 time 1-3 p.m. fee/members $65/nonmembers $90 (47292) place HBAC instr Bonnie Shand Bonnie Shand, M.A., has taught classes to adults for over 20 years. She has a degree in creative arts therapy and worked with people with mental illness for many years in community mental health programs in San Francisco.

• www.humboldt.edu/olli • (707) 826-5880 • FALL 2012

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

FALL 2012

49

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

OLLI

50

FALL 2012 SURREALISM & REALISM IN PHOTOGRAPHY: Man Ray, Lee Miller, Salvador Dali & Cindy Sherman This course explores some aberrant innovative photographers featured in two exhibitions at San Francisco MOMA and SF California Palace of the Legion of Honor. Join us for this introduction of Surrealism, these masterful photographers and their use of self images in strange and beautiful roles. date Tues., Sept. 4 & 11 time 6-8 p.m. fee/members $40/nonmembers $65 (47236) place HBAC instr Ron Johnson

Ron Johnson is an art historian specializing in late 19th and early 20th century art history. He lived and researched in London at the Courtauld Institute and the Victoria and Albert Museum. He taught Surrealism and Tribal Art at HSU.

EINSTEIN & BEYOND:

UNTITLED #466, 2008; CHROMOGENIC COLOR PRINT; THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART, NEW YORK © 2012 CINDY SHERMAN

This course will provide a scientifically rigorous but essentially non-mathematical overview of the Einsteinian revolution of physics with a special emphasis on the interpretation of the quantum theory. We will discuss classical physics and relativity at the speed of light.

SPEAK UP! Better Personal

Understanding the Quantum Revolution & Its Legacy

Week 1: The Quantum Necessity: 1905 and the Einsteinian Revolution Week 2: The Quantum Controversy: Waves, Particles and Objective Reality Week 3: The Quantum Legacy: Aspect, Bohm, and Strings in the Matrix date Tues., Oct. 9-23 time 10 a.m.-noon fee/members $50/nonmembers $75 (47234) place HBAC instr Laurent Cleenewerck A professional educator since 1992, Laurent Cleenewerck has taught two previous physics courses for HSU OLLI. He holds degrees from the University of Montpellier, Ukrainian Catholic University, and Universidad Rural de Guatemala. OLLI at HSU

Communication Skills

Do you sometimes have trouble getting your point across to others? Do you feel awkward or nervous when speaking to strangers or in front of groups? This course offers a dynamic and interactive look at the basic principles of better oral communication. Learn simple but effective techniques to organize your thoughts, speak your mind and leave a lasting impression on others in personal, social or business situations. date Wed., Aug. 29 & Sept. 5 time 10 a.m.-noon fee/members $30/nonmembers $55 (47233) place HBAC instr Phil Minor Although now retired, Phil Minor has been a teacher, trainer, and public speaker in various capacities. He was an active member of Toastmasters International for over 30 years and participated in numerous speaking events, achieving the highest award of Distinguished Toastmaster. • www.humboldt.edu/olli • (707) 826-5880 • FALL 2012

OLLI The Universal

CLASSICAL MYTHOLOGY

Tap into the rich terrain of subconscious thought with your own homemade deck of word cards to urge your writing and/ or drawing. Following the instructions of iconic poet Michael McClure, making a personal Universal Word Cards deck will open new worlds of possibility for prose, poetry and visual art. Beginning with a series of game plans to use with the cards, the fun really begins as we devise new games and share them and our decks with one another. Remarkable work is born out of a few simple suggestions – meaty stuff right under the surface – waiting to be released into form. Bring a pack of unlined index cards and drawing utensils of your choice. date Tues., Oct. 23-Nov. 13 time 3:30-5:30 p.m. fee/members $40/nonmembers $65 (47209) place HBAC instr Stephanie Silvia

“Looks like Adonis,” “the trouble with Pandora,” a “touch of Narcissus” and the “strength of Heracles” are commonplace referents, which derive from the ancient Levant. Join us to explore these quirky, shocking, but entertaining stories that linger beneath the surface of modernity, for they bear insights into the dark side of the human condition. We will view videos of Eastern Mediterranean sites from which these narratives and implicit hypotheses about existence were derived. date Thurs., Sept. 20-Oct. 18 (no class Sept. 27) time 3:30-5:30 p.m. fee/members $50/nonmembers $75 (47229) place HBAC instr Tom Gage

WORD CARD DECK

Stephanie Silvia taught public school after years of directing a modern dance company in NYC. She has an MFA in dance and choreography from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and a B.A. in dance and education from SFSU. Her poetry, reviews and articles appear in the North Coast Journal, where she also writes a dance column. She currently teaches modern dance at Redwood Raks in Arcata.

& the Modern World

After wayfaring in the Middle East as a student in 1958-59, Tom Gage, Professor Emeritus in English, has often returned and frequently taught classical mythology and related subjects over his half-century career. He has taught and lectured in the Aegean in four institutions of higher education and is coauthor of Mind, Myth, and Moment, a textbook anthology of recurring mythic templates used in schools since 1974.

The LIFE & FILMS of WILLIAM WYLER In a career spanning nearly five decades, William Wyler received 12 Oscar nominations for directing. Yet he is not as generally well-known as several of his contemporaries. In this class we will screen and discuss seven of his most notable films and the fascinating life of this Hollywood directing icon. Films we will screen could include Dodsworth, Wuthering Heights, The Little Foxes, The Letter, Mrs. Miniver, Roman Holiday, The Collector, Friendly Persuasion, The Heiress and The Best Years of Our Lives, depending on availability.

OLLI at HSU

date Tues., Oct. 2-Nov. 13 time 6-8 p.m. fee/members $65/nonmembers $90 (47231) place HBAC instr Philip Wright Philip Wright has a B.A. in English and an M.A. in theatre arts with an emphasis in film production from Humboldt State University. He taught film history at College of the Redwoods and worked more than 30 years in local television production.

• www.humboldt.edu/olli • (707) 826-5880 • FALL 2012

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

FALL 2012

51

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

OLLI

52

FALL 2012 HEARING THE OTHER: Fatema Mernissi & M. Fathullah Gulen This course will discuss the published ideas of two influential Muslim thinkers dedicated to fostering peace, mutual understanding, and good will. The works of Fatema Mernissi and M. Fathullah Gulen are read throughout the Islamic world, and in translation among those desiring to hear what Muslims think about matters impinging upon the Global Village. Fatema Mernissi, Islam’s foremost feminist and a professor of sociology in Morocco, was co-recipient with Suzanne Sontag of the 2003 Prince Asturias Award. M. Fathullah Gulen ranked in the 2008 survey by Foreign Policy magazine the world’s foremost living intellectual. date Tues., Sept. 18-Oct. 16 (no class Sept. 25) time 6-8 p.m. fee/members $50/nonmembers $75 (47290) place HBAC instr Tom Gage Professor Tom Gage, English, HSU, served in 1983-84 as a Fulbright Scholar in Syria, a nation he first visited in the 1950s. In 2011 he participated in the Doha Forum of the UN Fourth Annual Conference of the Alliance of Civilizations. He is an acquaintance of both Fatema Mernissi and M. Fathullah Gulen, and has spoken at their conferences on four continents,. He presently chairs a committee of the Gulen Institute that has brought nearly a hundred student authors from around the world to receive awards in Congress.

THREE ANCIENT MYSTERIES Some ancient mysteries may never be solved: What’s the origin of the Atlantis legend? Who was Homer (from Greece, that is, not Springfield)? Others, like the three we’ll be discussing in this class, have been resolved – at least to some extent: • King Arthur was one of the great mythical heroes during the Middle Ages. Everyone in Europe knew about him. But was the legend based upon a real person, or is it all a fireside yarn? We’ll examine the plausibility of some of the many theories proposed by historians. • Many people can recite the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. But the real mystery is why these seven were chosen rather than other worthy candidates. We’ll see what remains of the wonders today, and how to visit the sites. • While one group of researchers was theorizing about the demise of the dinosaurs 65 million years ago, a geologist was unwittingly sitting on crucial evidence. Science at its best! date Wed., Nov. 7-28 (no class Nov. 21) time 1-3 p.m. fee/members $45/nonmembers $70 (47240) place HBAC instr Barry Evans Barry Evans’ healthy skepticism coexists with his sense of wonder. This class is adapted from his McGraw-Hill book Everyday Wonders: Encounters with the Astonishing World Around Us. His experience climbing the Great Pyramid of Cheops will come in for critical analysis. He currently writes the “Field Notes” column for the North Coast Journal.

Look for Registration Form on page 63

® OLLI at HSU

• www.humboldt.edu/olli • (707) 826-5880 • FALL 2012

OLLI

Book Lovers Unite:

JANE AUSTEN

Join a lively conversation about one of English literature’s most valued and beloved writers: Jane Austen. We will explore three of her novels and take a close look at characters, dialogue, action, descriptive passages, and themes. Thumbing through each, marking and highlighting, we will share our insights. First, we’ll discuss Northanger Abbey, which was published after Austen’s death, but is actually one of her earliest completed works. On the second meeting, we’ll discuss Pride and Prejudice, and for the last meeting, we’ll discuss Emma, one of Austen’s last novels. We’ll also talk about Jane Austen’s life, and look to her work for a picture of the era – its social mores and traditions, established etiquette and expectations. Living in this society for just over four decades of life, how did Austen manage to sustain ambition and create a lasting body of work? How did she reflect her times? How did she not? date Wed., Oct. 17, Nov. 7, Dec. 5 time 1-3 p.m. fee/members $40/nonmembers $65 (47291) place HBAC instr Marie Raphael Marie Raphael taught writing and literature at Boston University, College of the Redwoods and in local middleschools. She coached education students in the HSU secondary education program as they began teaching in classrooms as well. She is the author of two young adult immigration adventures and has worked as an editor and columnist. OLLI at HSU

The Friends of OLLI are members of our community who have contributed an additional monetary gift to promote the growth and sustainability of the Osher Lifelong Institute at Humboldt State University. These generous individuals have combined their resources to enable OLLI at HSU to fulfill the mission to keep OLLI classes affordable and available in our community. Last spring OLLI members received an invitation from Rollie Lamberson to join Friends of OLLI by making a donation of $100 or more to OLLI at HSU. If you would like to contribute or learn more about Friends of OLLI, please contact OLLI Director, Sheila Rocker Heppe at 826-3743.

• www.humboldt.edu/olli • (707) 826-5880 • FALL 2012

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

FALL 2012

53

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

OLLI

54

FALL 2012 From VINEYARD to GLASS Join us for a day-long trip to the Winnett Vineyards in Willow Creek, where the class will learn about the uniqueness of the Willow Creek Viticulture region, tour the vineyards and sample wines in various stages of life. You will observe the various aspects of the Willow Creek terrior and understand its impact on wine characteristics. Also covered will be the essential elements of natural, organic and biodynamic grape growing and wine making. Participants will also enjoy lunch made with local ingredients along with wines which enhance the food. This course includes a field trip. All participants are required to complete a Release of Liability form. date Fri., Sept. 28 time 9 a.m.-4 p.m. fee/members $70/nonmembers $95 (47289) place Vans to Winnett Winery, Willow Creek instr David Winnett David Winnett taught science in Illinois public schools and at Southern Illinois University. He and his wife Sharon fell in love with the beauty and energy of Humboldt County and moved to Willow Creek to grow grapes and make wine, which they’ve been doing for 15 years at their winery above the Trinity River in Willow Creek.

JOIN OR RENEW TODAY: CALL

707-826-5880 OR VISIT

www.humboldt.edu/olli OLLI at HSU

PHOTO BY CANDEE FETCH KIMBRELL

CHAMPAGNE & SPARKLING WINE Are you ready for a celebration? Join winemaker Joe Collins for an evening focused on the creation and production of champagne and sparkling wine. Learn about the political and historical conditions in medieval Europe as well as the climate and agriculture which helped determine why Champagne is the sparkling beverage that it is today. Discover how champagne is made, including sparkling wine production right here in Humboldt County. Experience a demonstration of bottle disgorging (yeast removal) and conclude with a tasting of some well-aged Briceland Brut. date Thurs., Oct. 11 time 6-8 p.m. fee/members $30/nonmembers $55 (47288) place HBAC instr Joe Collins Joe Collins has over 35 years of winemaking and winegrowing experience. He was crowned individual Grand Champion at the California Wine Tasting Championships in Anderson Valley in 1990 and 1991. Collins pioneered grape growing in southern Humboldt County when he planted an experimental vineyard there in the 1970s. He was involved in the planning, establishment, and management of practically all of the early vineyards in the area. Joe and his partner, Maggie Carey, operate Briceland Vineyards. They obtain organic and sustainably grown grapes whenever possible. • www.humboldt.edu/olli • (707) 826-5880 • FALL 2012

OLLI The Lives & Times of Four FOREFATHERS of

EVOLUTIONARY THEORY

Join us for a discussion of the social milieu of the times followed by the biography and works of the prominent intellectuals involved in advancing the understanding of origins biological diversity. Through an introduction to Carl Linneaus, we will explore the intellectual state of Europe in the 18th century and discuss the Enlightenment and the shift of emphasis from ‘naming to relating’ inspired by Alexander von Humboldt. In the 19th century, Charles Darwin and friends moved us from seeing patterns to seeking origins, and this class will conclude with a discussion of the advent of experimental proofs and the work of Brother Gregor Mendel. date Wed., Nov. 14-Dec. 12 (no class Nov. 21) time 3-5 p.m. fee/members $50/nonmembers $75 (47228) place HBAC instr Robert Rasmussen Robert Rasmussen, Ph.D., is Emeritus Professor of Botany at Humboldt State University.

OLLI at HSU

Longitude & the Invention of Instruments for NAVIGATION Have you ever wanted to learn to navigate by the stars? In this course we will explore the history and tools of navigation. Learn about the problems of navigation and gain some knowledge of astronomy and geography. Discuss how a person’s position on earth is determined, displayed and recorded, and how this information can be used. We will also explore the uses and differences of piloting, way-faring and navigation. From the compass and the chart to the discovery of the longitude and the invention of the chronometer and the sextant, this course will involve demonstration and hands-on use of a variety of instrument replicas as well as modern instruments. date Wed., Sept. 5-19 time 10 a.m.-noon fee/members $45/nonmembers $70 (47286) place HBAC instr Richard Paselk & JE Harvey II J.E. Harvey II is an independent scholar in the field of experimental history. Known to most as “Harvey,” he has served as crew on several tall ships. He has written the article “Navigational Instruments: Speed and Distance” for The Oxford Encyclopedia of Maritime History. He has taught and demonstrated on Medieval, Renaissance and Age of Exploration and Discovery in the fields of navigation, technology and crafts. Richard A. Paselk, Professor of chemistry and biochemistry at HSU, received his B.S. in biophysics from Cal State L.A. and his Ph.D. in biochemistry from the University of Southern California. He is curator and webmaster/designer/author for the Robert A. Paselk Scientific Instrument Museum at HSU. He wrote the article “Navigational Instruments: Measurement of Altitude,” for the Oxford Encyclopedia of Maritime History and other articles and presentations on historic scientific and navigational instruments.

• www.humboldt.edu/olli • (707) 826-5880 • FALL 2012

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

FALL 2012

55

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

OLLI

56

FALL 2012 CREATIVE JOURNAL WRITING A short course for both the experienced diarist and anyone who has been thinking about starting a journal but has been waiting for ‘just the right time’...it’s NOW! Join us for two afternoons of exploring new depths of yourself through the utilization of various journal writing approaches (e.g. unsent letters, dialogues, stepping stones, etc.) date Tues., Nov. 6 & 13 time 1-3 p.m. fee/members $40/nonmembers $65 (47227) place HBAC instr Lorraine Miller-Wolf Lorraine Miller-Wolf has kept a diary since she was 10 years old. Her journal writing has helped her navigate the ups and downs of life, both in writing and in rereading her entries. Lorriane would like to share the joys and benefits of journal writing with others. She has taught photography classes through OLLI and Extended Ed for the past 5 years.

WRITING for

CHILDREN & YOUNG ADULTS Discuss how to write and publish fiction and nonfiction books for children and young adults. Learn how to get ideas and develop characters, plot and settings. Learn to write dialogue and effective beginnings and endings. You will also learn how to find appropriate publishers, submit a manuscript, and how to deal with both rejection and acceptance! date Sat., Sept. 8-22 time 1-3 p.m. fee/members $40/nonmembers $65 (47283) place HBAC instr Pam Service Pam Service has published 33 books for children and young adults, and many short stories.

OLLI at HSU

FOSSILS & the Evolution of LIFE THROUGH TIME Look at the origins and evolution of life from the beginnings of the Earth to recent times, through viewing the Natural History Museum’s “Life Through Time” exhibits that have just been updated and reinstalled. Come and explore the Precambrian; the Cambrian Explosion (the origins and development of animal body plans); Paleozoic marine animal diversity and ecologies (Ordovician-Permian); extinctions and diversification; the Great Permian Extinction; the diversification of land plants (Silurian origins, Devonian Explosion, carboniferous dominance; land animal origins and ecology); the Mesozoic recovery (the age of reptiles); and finally the age of mammals, including humans. date Mon., Aug. 20-Oct. 1 time 10 a.m.-noon fee/members $60/nonmembers $85 (47285) place HSU Natural History Museum instr Richard Paselk Richard A. Paselk, professor of chemistry and biochemistry at Humboldt State University, received his B.S. in biophysics from Cal State L.A. and his Ph.D. in biochemistry from the University of Southern California. He is associate curator and exhibits webmaster/designer/ author for the HSU Natural History Museum. Richard and his wife Gail recently completed updating and refurbishing the “Life Through Time” exhibit cases at the HSU Natural History Museum, including extensive literature research for each time period to bring all text and discussion up to date.

• www.humboldt.edu/olli • (707) 826-5880 • FALL 2012

OLLI SOUTHERN AFRICA:

The Tour Without the Airfare

Take it Slow: TAKE THE TRAIN Are you retired and want to slow down and travel? Do you find air travel frantic and frustrating? Have you considered the slower experience of riding the train? If you have longed to try a journey on a train, learn the ins and outs of preparing for the trip. Secrets of packing, ordering tickets, sleeping and dining will be discussed. Find out about amenities and services. Discover if train travel is for you! date Tues., Oct. 30 time 5:30-8 p.m. fee/members $30/nonmembers $55 (47284) place HBAC instr Louise Bacon-Ogden Louise Bacon-Ogden and David Ogden have traveled extensively on Amtrak. They have ridden the rails on the north, south and middle routes through the United States. They enjoy every minute of experiencing the nation through the train car window.

Southern Africa tends to be less visited than East Africa, but equally exciting. It has all of the wildlife you expect to see in Africa, wonderful native cultures and crafts, and spectacular cities. In this class we will virtually visit South Africa, Botswana, Zimbabwe, and Namibia. The primary focus will be on the wildlife and wild lands; however we will also visit some native villages and a couple of urban centers. In South Africa we will visit Kruger National Park and a couple of smaller game reserves along with brief stops in Cape Town and Johannesburg. In Botswana, we explore Chobe National Park and the Okavanga Delta. In Zimbabwe, we will tour the Hwange National Park and Victoria Falls, and explore the Zambezi River in Namibia. date Thurs., Dec. 6 time 6-8 p.m. fee/members $30/nonmembers $55 (47282) place HBAC instr Rick Vrem & Rollie Lamberson Both Rick Vrem and Rollie Lamberson are retired from HSU, Rollie was a mathematics professor and Rick was provost. Both have extensive international travel experience. Rollie lived in South Africa during the transition to the new government and worked with wildlife biologists in some of its game reserves. Both made a recent visit to several of the game reserves in sub-Saharan Africa.

Look for Registration Form on page 63

® OLLI at HSU

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

FALL 2012

PHOTO BY ROLLIE LAMBERSON

• www.humboldt.edu/olli • (707) 826-5880 • FALL 2012

57

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

OLLI

58

FALL 2012 PHOTOGRAPHING PEOPLE Learn to photograph people with skill and confidence, and have fun doing it! Whether your goal is to photograph your grandkids or people you see while traveling, this class will help you to create compelling images. The portraits you produce will be enjoyed, appreciated and cherished by all who view them. Lectures, videos and practice sessions with real people will give students the knowledge and experiences needed to create strong, meaningful portraits. Weekly critiques will provide helpful feedback. A basic knowledge of your camera is helpful. Digital or film format accepted. date Wed., Sept. 12-Oct. 3 time 3:30-5:30 p.m. fee/members $50/nonmembers $75 (47280) place HBAC instr Lorraine Miller-Wolf Lorraine Miller-Wolf is a portrait photographer who has photographed the people of this area for over 30 years. She has taught previous photography classes for OLLI and Extended Education. Exhibits of her work have been shown extensively throughout the county.

ELECTIONS 2012:

The Media as Watchdog We will discuss the role of the news media in the 2012 Presidential election. Do the media entertain instead of inform? Is there bias and propaganda in election coverage? What is the role of advertising? These and related questions will be our focus. date Fri., Oct. 12 & 19 time 10 a.m.-noon fee/members $40/nonmembers $65 (47225) place HBAC instr Maclyn McClary Mac McClary is an emeritus professor of the Dept. of Journalism and Mass Communication at HSU. He was a daily newspaper sportswriter, reporter and news editor in Southern California before coming to HSU. OLLI at HSU

PHOTO BY LORRAINE MILLER-WOLF

2012 & the END OF THE AGES Explore the converging reasons explaining the public’s interest in the Mayan Calendar and End of the Age predictions regarding the year 2012. The instructor will also discuss the background of end of the world predictions and cosmic ages in astronomical events, non-Mayan prophecies, and current global affairs. Week 1: The Hype about 2012: Understanding the Mayan Calendar Week 2: Apocalyptic Scenarios: End of the world prophecies in the Western/Christian tradition Week 3: Cycles and Ages: Beyond 2012 and the “crisis window” of civilization date Thurs., Oct 11-25 time 10 a.m.-noon fee/members $45/nonmembers $70 (47222) place HBAC instr Laurent Cleenewerck Laurent Cleenewerck previously taught Physics and Temples and Mysteries for OLLI and hosts an annual workshop in Religious Education for HSU. He is an Orthodox theologian and author who teaches for post-secondary institutions. He holds degrees from the University of Montpellier, Ukrainian Catholic University and Universidad Rural de Guatemala. • www.humboldt.edu/olli • (707) 826-5880 • FALL 2012

OLLI PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS & the ORIGINS of the PARTISAN DIVIDE Partisan politics are nothing new. The framers of the Constitution suspected that Congress would be divided by parties, but they hoped the president would help check the effects of partisanship. It didn’t work out that way – and we will examine why. We will also relive the creation of that unique institution we puzzle over every four years – the Electoral College – and we will suffer through the agonizing election of 1800, which was finally decided in the House of Representatives on the 36th ballot. What does this mean for us today? How have mass media, the Internet, and the infusion of unlimited sums of money affected the system the framers envisioned? In discussion format, we will go back and forth between the world of the Founders and our own troubled times. The first two sessions will occur during the height of campaign season and the final session on the day after the election. We will experience history as we study it – and who knows where this might lead us? date Wed., Oct. 17, 18 (Thurs), Nov. 7 time 4-6 p.m. fee/members $50/nonmembers $75 (47224) place HBAC instr Ray Raphael Among Ray Raphael’s 16 books are seven relating to the nation’s founding, including Mr. President: How and Why the Founders Created a Chief Executive, published last March. Forthcoming next February is Constitutional Myths, a companion to Founding Myths.

OLLI at HSU

The Ancient AFRICAN KINGDOM of KUSH This course uncovers the history and culture of the fascinating and little-known ancient African kingdom of Kush. For over 1000 years this kingdom thrived along the Nile in the modern nation of Sudan. Many people are interested in Ancient Egypt but do not realize that the kingdom just to its south developed a unique mix of African and Egyptian culture. For a time, Kush even conquered Egypt forming the 25th Egyptian Dynasty. Powerful queens, ruling from the capital of Meroe, made an impression on ancient historians, and one even won a mention in the Bible. The Kushites spoke a now-forgotten language and developed their own hieroglyphic writing system. The people themselves were black Africans, and many aspects of their culture were distinctly African although they adapted many aspects of Egyptian religion and architecture. date Sat., Dec. 1 & 8 time 1-3 p.m. fee/members $40/nonmembers $65 (47226) place HBAC instr Pam Service Pamela Service received her masters degree from the University of London in African archeology, specializing in ancient Kush. She worked for a season on an archeological excavation run by the University of Khartoum, excavating the ancient capital of Meroe. Later she published a book for middle grade students on the history and culture of Kush, on which this course is based.

• www.humboldt.edu/olli • (707) 826-5880 • FALL 2012

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

FALL 2012

59

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

OLLI

60

FALL 2012

THE ART OF LIVING:

Conversations on Creative Aging & Living Life Beyond 50

CONTRACT BRIDGE: A Course for Beginners

Bridge is the best and most challenging of card games. It has been called “the mental pencil sharpener for the senior brain,” and is a great tool to enhance cognitive processes, especially memory. It is also a good social game. Join us for a fun course to learn the rules and tools to enable you to completely play the game: point counts, bidding, scoring, and playing the hands. Weekly handouts will give you a complete set of guidelines for all aspects of bridge. This class will involve learning a fair amount of new material. Each session will present a lesson and give some practice. Bridge is a complicated game, so practice and play outside of class is recommended. date Wed., Oct. 3-Nov.7 time 1-3 p.m. fee/members $50/nonmembers $75 (47215) place HBAC instr Robert Fornes Robert Fornes became a bridge master in high school in 1961. Also rated in U.S. Chess Federation and a veteran of the World Series of Poker, Robert enjoys games of skill.

E-connect with OLLI at HSU! E-NEWSLETTER: If you would like to be e-mailed with OLLI information and notification of special events, subscribe at humboldt.edu/olli/subscribe FACEBOOK: Upcoming OLLI classes, information and photos are posted on Facebook. Please “Like” OLLI at facebook.com/HSUOLLI

Join us for conversations on creative aging – the challenges, choices, realities and possibilities of living life to the fullest. Gatherings begin with a brown bag lunch and conversation. Each month a guest speaker will make a presentation followed by discussion and closing remarks. This is an opportunity to connect with friends for lunch, meet other OLLI members, and share. If you plan to attend FREE to OLLI any or all sessions, please call the MEMBERS OLLI office at 826-5880, or stop by ONLY room 208 during OLLI office hours at HBAC to reserve a seat. Sept. 12: Ray Hillman is a UC Berkeley graduate and a regional history instructor at College of the Redwoods. He is also an independent scholar specializing in architecture and historical preservation. Oct. 17: Tracey Barnes-Priestley, M.A. has been a counselor, educator, and writer for over 35 years. Her previous column, “Juggling Jobs and Kids,” was nationally syndicated for 13 years. She began writing her current column, “The Second Half,” when she found herself and others facing midlife and beyond. Nov. 14: Kia Ora Zeleny has lived, taught and studied in China, exploring cultural, political and social issues. She has an avid interest in world affairs and U.S. foreign policy, and has participated in the Foreign Policy Association’s Great Decisions program for many years.

p

time noon-1:30 p.m. fee/members Free to OLLI members (47327) place HBAC instr Candee Kimbrell Course coordinator Candee Fetsch Kimbrell is a member of the OLLI Curriculum Committee. She is an HSU graduate, local educator and lifelong learner.

OLLI at HSU

• www.humboldt.edu/olli • (707) 826-5880 • FALL 2012

OLLI Creating Community Assets The ability of individuals and groups in Humboldt County to visualize and create positive change has resulted in programs and businesses such as Pathways to Health, Open Door Clinics, Kokotat, Wing Inflatables, Arts Alive and Fire & Light, as well as environmental achievements represented by the Lost Coast preservation, the Arcata Marsh, the Community Forest, the Arcata Community Recycling Center, Humboldt Baykeepers, and the thriving oyster business. The OLLI At HSU program itself is also an example. How did these achievements happen? The presenters in this forum will narrate these “creation stories:” how the ideas developed, who was involved, and how the project or business evolved to become a major community asset.

Bring a lunch, meet other OLLI members and connect with our community. If you plan to attend any or all sessions, call the OLLI office at 826-5880, or stop by room 208 during OLLI office hours at HBAC to reserve a seat.

FREE to OLLI MEMBERS ONLY

date

Wednesdays, Aug. 29, Sept. 26, Oct. 31, Nov. 28 time Noon-2 p.m. place HBAC fee Free to OLLI members (47213)

AUG. 29: The Arcata Marsh

OCT. 31: Humboldt Baykeepers

Bob Gearheart: The Arcata Marsh serves as a sanctuary for migrating birds, an environmental and recreational preserve attracting walkers and birdwatchers, and an integral part of Arcata’s wastewater treatment operation. As such, it is a unique community asset treasured by residents and visitors. Bob Gearheart, one of several faculty who worked with HSU students and other faculty to design and develop the Arcata Marsh, will present its history and evolution, and how it has become a model for others here and abroad in recreating and preserving marshland.

Pete Nichols: Humboldt Baykeeper was launched in 2004 to safeguard our coastal resources for the health, enjoyment, and economic strength of the Humboldt Bay community through education, scientific research, and enforcement of laws to fight pollution. Humboldt Baykeeper is a program of the Ecological Rights Foundation, a non-profit organization devoted to furthering the rights of all people to a clean, healthful, and biologically diverse environment through education and the enforcement of environmental laws. Pete Nichols, the founding program manager and currently working at the regional level, will present the history and achievements of this valuable program along with ongoing and future projects.

SEPT. 26: Arcata Community Forest Mark Andre: The Arcata Community Forest, established in 1955, comprises 2250 acres of second-growth redwood forest in Arcata. Timber harvest revenue provides funds for forest operations and expansion, habitat restoration and management of the forest for recreational uses, including many miles of walking, biking and horse trails. A combination of working forest areas, special management areas and ecological reserves creates a balanced management approach. Community forestry is designed to provide local residents the opportunity and responsibility to manage their natural resources. Mark Andre, environmental services director for the City of Arcata, will detail the history of the community forest and its importance to the community and the nation.

NOV. 28: OLLI at HSU Sheila Rocker Heppe: Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Humboldt State University began in 2005 when the Dean of the Office of Extended Education and the Extension Coordinator wrote and received a grant from the Osher Foundation to pilot an Institute for Lifelong Learners over 50. The small sizes of HSU and the local population seemed a challenge to meeting the grant requirement of a membership of 500 in the new institute. Over the past seven years OLLI at HSU has blossomed into a thriving educational community of 1,100 members. Sheila Rocker Heppe is the current director of OLLI at HSU.

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

COMMUNITY FORUM

Course Coordinators: Jane Woodward, Rollie Lamberson and Candee Fetsch Kimbrell, OLLI Curriculum Committee members. OLLI at HSU

• www.humboldt.edu/olli • (707) 826-5880 • FALL 2012

61

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

OLLI

62

OLLI Partners

l

l l

OLLI benefits from collaborations with many non-profit and governmental organizations. We greatly appreciate their support of lifelong learning in our community. l Bureau of Land Management: Arcata Field Office

To join, renew or register l l

l Dell’Arte International School of Physical Theatre

l

l

l

l

l BY PHONE:

l Eureka High School l Ferndale Museum

(707) 826-5880

l Humboldt Bay National Wildlife Refuge/U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

Hours: 8 a.m.-5 p.m., M-F (VISA/MC/DISCOVER only)

l Humboldt Baykeeper

l ONLINE:

l Humboldt Botanical Gardens

www.humboldt.edu/olli

l Humboldt Historical Society

(VISA/MC/DISCOVER only)

l Humboldt Senior Resource Center l KEET TV 13 l KHSU FM 90.5/91.9 l McKinleyville Union School District l Morris Graves Museum of Art l National Weather Service l North Coast Children’s Services l Redwood Coast Music Festivals l Redwood National & State Parks

l BY MAIL: Send registration form on page 63 with check or credit card information to the address below. (Note that nonmembers must pay an additional fee of $25 per class, and will not get priority registration.) OLLI, Office of Distance & Extended Education Humboldt State University 1 Harpst Street Arcata, CA 95521-8299

l IN PERSON:

l Sequoia Park Zoo

At HSU Office of Distance & Extended Education, Student & Business Services Building, Suite 211 (2nd floor). Hours: M-F, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Registration forms must include payment (cash, check or credit card).

l Six Rivers National Forest l Trinidad Museum Society l U.S. Coast Guard Stations: McKinleyville and Humboldt Bay l HSU Natural History Museum

OLLI at HSU

• www.humboldt.edu/olli • (707) 826-5880 • FALL 2012

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute Registration Form o SPRING o RENEWING MEMBER

o SUMMER o CURRENT MEMBER

Last Name

First Name

Mailing Address

City

E-mail Address (required)

Telephone

________ ________ / ________ ________ / ________ ________ ________ ________ Birthdate (Required. Used to identify student record)

MI State

________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ HSU ID #

Have you ever been enrolled at HSU? o YES o NO Enter any other name you have used: __________________________________________________________________

Advanced registration is recommended. Fees must be paid in full for enrollment to be valid. Incomplete or illegible registration forms may cause delay. OLLI members have first priority to register for courses. * NONMEMBERS pAY AN ADDITIONAL $25 pER CLASS, AND MAY BE DROppED FROM A COURSE IF SpACE IS LIMITED. CLASS #

First:

FEE

Term:

primary Member ($35)

My initials confirm that I have read and accept the terms of agreement on the back of this registration form for the following: Release of Liability Initial: ____________________ Visual/Audio Image Release Initial: ____________________ Refund policy Initial: ____________________

Supplementary Member ($25) Nonmember Course Fees ($25 per course) Additional donation to OLLI at HSU

ID#:

COURSE INFORMATION

Zip Code

Emergency Contact (Name and phone)

COURSE

PAYMENT INFORMATION

o NONMEMBER* Last:

STUDENT INFORMATION

o FALL o NEW MEMBER

TOTAL

I have read and fully understand the refund policy and other OLLI at HSU policies outlines in the Extended Education bulletin or on the OLLI at HSU website. I understand that enrolling in OLLI courses does not constitute admission to the University. Signature ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Date________________________________________________

o CHECK: Make payable to HSU

o CASH

CREDIT CARD: o VISA o MasterCard o Discover

_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________ /___________ _______________________________ Card Number Expiration Date 3-digit Security Code

Cardholder’s Name

Cardholder’s Signature

HSU Office of Distance & Extended Education 1 Harpst St., CA 95521 • 707-826-5880 • www.humboldt.edu/olli 63 OLLI at HSU FALL 2012 • 826-5880 • www.humboldt.edu/olli • (707) • Arcata,

Visual/Audio Image Release

Release of Liability

I grant permission to California State University (including Humboldt State University), its employees and agents, to take and use visual/audio images of me. Visual/audio images are any type of recording, including but not limited to photographs, digital images, drawings, renderings, voices, sounds, video recordings, audio clips or accompanying written descriptions. CSU will not materially alter the original images. I agree that CSU owns the images and all rights related to them. The images may be used in any manner or media without notifying me, such as university-sponsored websites, publications, promotions, broadcasts, advertisements, posters and theater slides, as well as for non-university uses. I waive any right to inspect or approve the finished images or any printed or electronic matter that may be used with them, or to be compensated for them.

In consideration for being allowed to participate in this activity, on behalf of myself, I release from all liability and promise not to sue the state of California, the Trustees of The California State University, California State University, Humboldt State University, and their employees, officers, directors, volunteers and agents (collectively “University”) from any and all claims, including claims of the University’s negligence, resulting in any physical or psychological injury (including paralysis and death), illness, damages, or economic or emotional loss I may suffer because of my participation in this activity, including travel to, from and during the activity.

I release CSU and its employees and agents, including any firm authorized to publish, broadcast and/or distribute a finished product containing the images, from any claims, damages or liability which I ma y ever have in connection with the taking or use of the images or printed material used with the images. I am at least 18 years of age and competent to sign this release. I have read this release before signing, I understand its contents, meaning and impact, and I freely accept the terms.

Signature

Date

Drop and Refund Policy Since OLLI at HSU is a self-supporting program, enrollments in courses must be sufficient to pay salaries and other expenses. The following refund procedures have been adopted according to the formula for refunds established in Title V of the California Administrative Code. A student who, for any reason, finds it impossible to complete the course for which s/he is registered must inform the Office of Distance & Extended Education by completing and submitting the proper forms. Please allow four to six weeks to receive a refund. Credit card refunds are in the form of a credit on account. For refund purposes, the drop will be effective as of the time during normal business hours (Monday-Friday 8 a.m.5 p.m.) that OLLI at HSU receives, or is able to receive written notification. Non-attendance or stopping payment on a check or payment voucher does not constitute an official drop, nor does only notification to the instructor. Drops do not necessarily entitle the student to a refund of fees paid, or the cancellation of fees still due. Refunds or cancellations of fees still due will be computed in accordance with the following terms: class cancels; all fees returned.

I am voluntarily participating in this activity. I am aware of the risks associated with traveling to/from and participating in this activity, which include but are not limited to physical or psychological injury, pain, suffering, illness, disfigurement, temporary or permanent disability (including paralysis), economic or emotional loss, and/or death. I understand that these injuries or outcomes may arise from my own or other’s actions, inaction, or negligence; conditions related to travel; or the condition of the activity location(s). Nonetheless, I assume all related risks, both known or unknown to me, of my participation in this activity, including travel to, from and during the activity. I agree to hold the University harmless from any and all claims, including attorney’s fees or damage to my personal property that may occur as a result of my participation in this activity, including travel to, from and during the activity. If the University incurs any of these types of expenses, I agree to reimburse the University. If I need medical treatment, I agree to be financially responsible for any costs incurred as a result of such treatment. I am aware and understand that I should carry my own health insurance. I am 18 years or older. I understand the legal consequences of signing this document, including (a) releasing the University from all liability, (b) promising not to sue the University, (c) and assuming all risks of participating in this activity, including travel to, from and during the activity. I understand that this document is written to be as broad and inclusive as legally permitted by the state of California. I agree that if any portion is held invalid or unenforceable, I will continue to be bound by the remaining terms. I have read this document, and I am signing it freely. No other representations concerning the legal effect of this document have been made to me. Signature

Date

DrOpping A COUrSE OF 5 mEEtingS Or mOrE: Prior to the first class session............ Total fee minus $10 On or after the first day ....................... 65% of fees collected will be refunded until 25% of the course time has elapsed After 25% of course time elapsed .... No refund DrOpping A COUrSE OF 4 mEEtingS Or lESS: Prior to the first class session............ Total fee minus $10 On or after the first day ....................... No refund

64 OLLI CA at HSU www.humboldt.edu/olli • (707)•826-5880 • FALL 2012 HSU Office of Distance & Extended Education • 1 Harpst St., Arcata, 95521 •• 707-826-5880 • Fax 707-826-5885 www.humboldt.edu/olli

Open University Embark on a Career Change Begin Working Towards a Degree Professional & Personal Enrichment

Easy steps to REGISTER

1

Select the courses you want from the sample listing here or the regular schedule of classes available at the HSU website: www.humboldt.edu/oaa/ classes.shtml

OPEN UNIVERSITY

provides an opportunity for those who are not currently admitted to Humboldt State University to enroll in university courses. The Open University program allows enrollment in HSU credit-bearing classes, provided that there is space available and prerequisites are fulfilled.

2

HSU has many options to meet your professional goals. Classes shown in this section are a small sampling of over 2,000 available! See the complete listing at www.humboldt.edu/oaa/classes.shtml The registration process is easy. Admission to the University is not required, and the same fees apply to everyone. LIMITATIONS: Extended Education cannot guarantee you a space nor assure you will be permitted to enroll in any class. Instructor approval is required, even if space is available. Open University is NOT available to matriculated students (those admitted for the current semester). Open University courses taken through Extended Education will count in Undergraduate/Graduate units earned, grade point average and residence credit. A maximum of 24 semester units in Open University earned through Extended Education in non-matriculated status may be applied toward a bachelor’s degree, and not more than eight units may apply to the master’s degree.

HSU Distance & Extended Education

3 4

Obtain an Open University registration form at the Office of Distance & Extended Education, or by calling 826-3731. You may also download one at www.humboldt.edu/extended Attend the first class meeting. Obtain the instructor’s signature and the department chair’s signature. Registration is on a space-available basis. Return your signed form to the Extended Education Office and pay your fees by AUG. 31 to avoid a $25 late fee. The last day to register with the late fee is SEPT. 17.

FEES $220 per unit $25 late fee Open University fees are subject to revision. Some courses may also require an individual course fee, as indicated in the schedule of classes.

• www.humboldt.edu/extended • (707) 826-3731 • FALL 2012

65

Open University Anthropology Cultural Anthropology World’s diverse cultures. Richness of human life in different times and places. Multicultural nature of today’s world. date time fee place instr course

Online beginning Aug. 20 TBA $660 Online Scoggin ANTH 104, 3 units, 41043

This course introduces students to the field of archaeology and traces the many paths of cultural evolution as reconstructed from the archaeological record. TR beginning Aug. 21 0930-1050 $660 BSS 166 Ramsier ANTH 105, 3 units, 41042

Theoretical perspectives and modes of analysis of religious belief systems and practices. Focus is on preliterate and peasant religions, including ritual, magic, and symbol systems. Online beginning Aug. 20 TBA $660 Online Smith ANTH 302, 3 units, 41049

California & the Far West Survey of the traditional Indian cultures of California and nearby parts of Oregon, Nevada, and Baja California, emphasizing similarities and differences across the region in technology, social organization, religion, and language. date time fee place instr course

TR beginning Aug. 21 1230-1350 $660 BSS 204 Golla ANTH 306, 3 units, 41050

date time fee place instr course

MW beginning Aug. 20 0900-0950 $880 BSS 310 Robertson ANTH 390, 4 units, 46232

Legal Environment of Business Judicial system, constitution, administrative agencies, torts, crimes, creation and performance of contracts, sales, consumer protection, commercial paper, and business ethics. Law case studies. Choose one beginning the week of Aug. 20: 44308 MTWR 0800-0850 NR 101 Chen 44341 Online Online Chen fee $880 course BA 210, 4 units

Financial Accounting First course in accounting. Measurement and reporting principles used in US to prepare financial reports for investors/creditors. Computer applications demonstrate design of accounting information systems. Prerequisite: ELM score 42 or higher. Choose one beginning the week of Aug. 20: 46782 TR 1600-1750 SH 117 Staff 46783 Online Online Fults fee $ 880 course BA 250, 4 units

Chemistry

Biology

Fundamentals of Chemistry

Human Genetics

Terminal course. Fundamental concepts and applications of general and inorganic chemistry. Letter grade only. Prerequisite: Math code 30.

Covering heredity in humans. Prerequisite: Completed lower division science. date time fee place instr course

MWF, beginning Aug. 20 1200-1250 $660 FH 118 VanderMolen BIOL 304, 3 units, 46231

Business Administration Introduction to Business Business as a social institution operating in an ever-changing environment. Broad descriptions of the various disciplines involved in business activity: Accounting, finance, management, marketing, production, human resources and business information. date time fee place instr course

66

TR beginning Aug. 21 1400-1520 $660 FR 105 Ramsier ANTH 306, 3 units, 41051

A survey of the art and material culture of South Africa from the pre-colonial to the contemporary period. Students will examine the social lives of objects including beadwork, painting, furniture, clothing, music, food, and even hair. date time fee place instr course

Anthropology of Religion

date time fee place instr course

An exploration of ancient Egypt, from the earliest settlements through the rise of cities, states, empires, and associated early writing systems, intercultural interactions, monumental structures, and burial practices.

South Africa: Art/Material Culture

Archaeology & World Prehistory

date time fee place instr course

Egyptology: Ancient Empires

Choose one beginning the week of Aug. 20: 42554 TR 0800-0920 SciB 135 Martinez 45607 TR 1530-1650 Sci135 Tinseth fee $880 course CHEM 107, 4 units Choose one lab to accompany 42554: 42555 T 1100-1350 SciA 556 42559 T 1400-1650 SciA 556 45613 W 1400-1650 SciA 556 42557 R 1400-1650 SciA 556 43505 F 0800-1050 SciA 556 Choose one lab to accompany 45607: 42558 M 1100-1350 SciA 556 42556 M 1400-1650 SciA 556 43506 R 1100-1350 SciA 556

TR beginning Aug. 21 930-1050 $660 SH 110 Fults BA 110, 3 units, 44306

HSU Distance & Extended Education

• www.humboldt.edu/extended • (707) 826-3731 • FALL 2012

Open University General Chemistry Fundamental concepts of stoichiometry, gases, atomic theory, solutions, bonding, acid/base theory, kinetics, equilibrium, thermochemistry, aqueous equilibria, thermodynamics, electrochemistry, descriptive inorganic chemistry, qualitative analysis. For students in science, engineering, and related majors. Letter grade only. Prerequisite: Math code 40 with C- or higher. Choose one beginning the week of Aug. 20: 42560 MWF 0900-0950 SciB 135 Lasko 42571 MWF 1300-1350 SciB 135 Staff fee $1100 course CHEM 109, 5 units Choose one discussion/lab to accompany 42560: 42561 M 1300-1350 W 1100-1350 SciA 571 42570 M 1100-1150 W 1100-1350 SciA 567 42569 T 0800-0850 R 0800-1050 SciA 567 42568 T 1100-1150 R 1100-1350 SciA 567 42567 T 1400-1450 R 1400-1650 SciA 567 Choose one discussion/lab to accompany 42571: 42572 M 1500-1550 W 1400-1650 SciA 567 42581 M 1400-1450 W 1400-1650 SciA 571 42580 T 0800-0850 R 0800-1050 SciA 571 42579 T 1100-1150 R 1100-1350 SciA 571 42578 T 1400-1450 R 1400-1650 SciA 571

Brief Organic Chemistry For majors in biological science/natural resource areas. Nomenclature, physical properties, synthesis, and reactions of compounds representing major functional group categories. Reaction mechanisms emphasized. Letter grade only. Prerequisite: CHEM 107 or 109 with C- or higher. date MWF beginning week of Aug. 20 time 1000-1050 fee $880 place SciB 135 instr Smith course CHEM 328, 4 units, 42591 Choose one lab to accompany 42591: 42596 T 0800-1050 SciA 555 42595 T 1400-1650 SciA 555 42592 W 1100-1350 SciA 555 42594 R 0800-1050 SciA 555 42593 R 1400-1650 SciA 555

Chinese Studies Chinese Level I Introduction to Chinese language and culture. Students learn the pronunciation of Chinese, an introduction to Chinese characters, and the basics of conversation and grammar in the context of presentations on language and culture. Must be taken with CHIN 110 lab. date MTWR beginning Aug. 20 time 1300-1350 fee $880 place FH 178 instr Staff course CHIN 105, 4 units, 41339 CHIN 110 lab (1 unit) to accompany 41339: 41338 Online Online Dean

Chinese Film Seminar Students will see and discuss two contemporary Chinese films with English subtitles and will write responses to several short answer questions. This weekend seminar in English is mandatory CR/NC. date time fee place instr course

WRF, September 26-28 1800-2220 $220 FH 206 Staff CHIN 280, 1 unit, 41343

Computer Science Computer Science Foundations 1

Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith

Times in Open University are shown on the 24-hour clock. Here is a conversion.

HSU Distance & Extended Education

Introductory programming covering problem decomposition, control structures, simple data structures, testing, and documentation. Students design and implement a number of programs. Prerequisite: MATH 115. date TR beginning Aug. 21 time 1100-1220 fee $880 place SH 108 instr Dixon course CS 111, 4 units, 46445 Choose one lab to accompany 46445: 46446 F 1000-1150 BSS 313 Dixon 46447 F 1200-1350 BSS 313 Dixon

Introduction to Linux Introduces the UNIX/Linux family of operating systems. Basic commands, utilities, system structures, scripting and tools are explored. Elements of system administration are presented. Prerequisite: CS 111. date TR beginning Aug. 21 time 1500-1620 fee $880 place HGH 226 instr Tuttle course CS 279, 4 units, 46801 Lab to accompany 46801: 46802 W 1500-1650 BSS 313 Tuttle

Critical Race, Gender & Sexuality Studies Power/ Privilege: Gender/Race/Sex/Class How gender is shaped by race, class, and sexuality. Analyze relations of power and privilege within contemporary U.S. society. Choose one beginning the week of Aug. 21: 46203 MWF 1000-1050 SH 115 TBA 46204 TR 1100-1220 FR 105 Urban fee $660 course CRGS 108, 3 units

Dance Ballet I Techniques, methods of traditional ballet for students at the beginning level. date time fee place instr course

TR beginning Aug. 21 1000-1150 $440 GH 102 Staff DANC 110, 2 units, 46346

African Dance Learn dances, songs, and rhythms from various African regions and peoples. Experience African dance as prayer, celebration, a healing power, a demonstration of community, a joyful release of energy, and as an ecstatic connection to the universe. date time fee place instr course

W beginning Aug. 22 1800-1950 $220 KA 202A Ketelsen DANC 240, 1 unit, 46349

• www.humboldt.edu/extended • (707) 826-3731 • FALL 2012

67

Open University Middle Eastern Dance

Read Books/Meet Authors

A study of the ancient and ever-evolving Middle Eastern Dance art form with a strong focus on Egyptian styles. May also include American Cabaret and Tribal styles and examples of contemporary influences on traditional Middle Eastern Dance.

Meet award winning authors of books for children and young adults while reading their works.

date time fee place instr course

MW beginning Aug. 20 1000-1150 $440 KA440 202A Anthony DANC 245, 2 units, 46353

21st Century Woolf

Modern Dance II Continue using contemporary dance forms to increase technical proficiency, endurance, and performance skills. Required for dance studies majors and dance minors. Prerequisite: DANC 103. date time fee place instr course

MW beginning Aug. 20 1300-1450 $660 KA 202A Butcher DANC 103B, 3 units, 46298

Jazz Dance Styles II Intermediate techniques and choreography. Prerequisite: DANC 120 or instructor approval. date time fee place instr course

date W, Sept. 5-Nov. 14 time 1700-1950 fee $440 place FH 108 instr Bennett course ENGL 480, 2 units, 41621

TR beginning Aug. 21 1300-1450 $440 GH 102 Maxwell DANC 320, 2 units, 46356

Explore Virginia Woolf’s writings and cultural legacy. Examine major and lesser-known novels, stories, and essays within the historical contexts of early 20th century feminism, socialism, pacifism, imperialism, racialism, modernism, and post-impressionism. date TR beginning Aug. 21 time 1600-1750 fee $880 place FH 177 instr Winston course ENGL 546, 4 units, 42178

Environmental Management & Protection Interpretive Computer Graphics

English Book of the Year This class involves reading and meeting in small groups to explore topics and themes present in the 2012-2013 Book of the Year. Must attend first class meeting. W, Aug. 29, TBA date time 1600-1650 p.m. fee $220 place FH 206 instr Winter course ENGL 111, 1 unit, 46784

Children’s Literature

Fundamental course in computer graphic design and layout for producing natural resource interpretive displays, flyers, posters, book covers, brochures, newsletters, and multimedia slide presentations. Background in basic computer skills required. Choose one beginning the week of Aug. 20: 46122 MW 1400-1650 FH 202 Harvey 46624 MW 1700-1950 FH 202 Harvey fee $660 course EMP 253, 3 units

Environmental Conflict Resolution Introduction to conflict theory as applied in complex natural resource disputes. Skill development in planning culturally appropriate and inclusive public participation processes, meeting

facilitation, and conflict mediation. Comparison of options for nonviolent conflict management. Choose one beginning the week of Aug. 20: 46125 MW 0900-0950 NR 224 Steinberg 46127 MW 1100-1150 NR 224 Steinberg 46129 TR 0900-0950 NR 224 Steinberg fee $660 course EMP 309, 3 units Choose one activity to accompany one of the above: 46126 T 1000-1150 NR 224 Steinberg 46128 R 1000-1150 NR 224 Steinberg 46130 W 1300-1450 NR 224 Steinberg

Engineering Technology & the Environment Environmental and resource-related case studies applying technology to supply society’s needs and demands. Prerequisite: Completed lower division science GE or instructor approval. date TR beginning Aug. 21 time 1200-1250 fee $660 place SciB 135 instr Grafman course ENGR 308, 3 units, 42797 Activity to accompany 42797: 42798 W 1300-1450 SH 118

Grafman

Water Quality & Environmental Health Water quality analysis. Physical, chemical, and biological factors of water quality. Introduction to drinking water and wastewater treatment processes. Engineering aspects of communicable disease control and exposure to toxic materials. Prerequisite: ENGR 115, CHEM 110, BIOL 105. date MWF beginning Aug. 20 time 1300-1350 fee $880 place JH 214 instr Cashman course ENGR 351, 4 units 42814 Choose one lab to accompany 42814: 42815 W 1400-1650 SciD 23 43045 R 1400-1650 SciD 23

Close study and evaluation of literature for children. For teachers, prospective teachers, parents. date TR beginning Aug. 21 time 0800-0920 fee $660 place FH 232 instr Bennett course ENGL 323, 3 units, 41479

68

Times in Open University are shown on the 24-hour clock. Here is a conversion.

HSU Distance & Extended Education

• www.humboldt.edu/extended • (707) 826-3731 • FALL 2012

Open University Energy Systems & Technology Introduction to key topics and technologies associated with modern energy systems. Covers principles of thermodynamics and electricity and their application to energy systems. Prerequisite: MATH 105, CHEM 107 or CHEM 109, PHYX 107 or PHYX 110. date TR beginning Aug. 21 time TR 1100-1150 fee $660 place SciA 460 instr Cashman course ENGR 371, 3 units, 47004 Lab to accompany 47004: 47005 T 1400-1650 SciA 460

Introduction to GIS Concepts Geographic Information Systems (GIS) mapping concepts including map projections, coordinate systems and datums. Location and incorporation of a variety of data types. View and query spatial data; create layouts and maps. Prerequisite: Familiarity with Windows environment. Choose one beginning the week of Aug. 20: 46836 MW 1300-1350 SCIB 133 Staff 46140 TR 0800-0850 BSS 162 Staff fee $660 course EMP 377, 3 units Choose one lab to accompany 46836: 46910 F 1400-1650 FR 203 46911 M 1700-1950 FR 203 46912 R 1700-1950 BSS 313 46913 W 1700-1950 FR 203 Choose one lab to accompany 46140: 46141 T 1400-1650 FR 203 46142 R 1400-1650 FR 203 46143 T 1700-1950 FR 203 46144 R 1700-1950 FR 203

Engineered Natural Treatment Systems

Media & the Politics of Representation

Use and design of free surface constructed wetlands and vegetated gravel beds for treating wastewater. For design engineers and wetland scientists involved in the planning, sizing, designing, and/ or management of wetlands used to treat a wide range of wastewater problems. Prerequisite: BIOL 105, ENGR 115, ENGR 451; or IA.

Examines historical and contemporary constructions of race in US media, binary of blackness/whiteness, and representation of various ethnic groups in relation to binary. Analyzes race, class, gender, sexuality, nation. date TR beginning Aug. 21 time 1200-1350 fee $880 place HGH 226 instr Bell course ES 326, 4 units, 46771

date TR beginning Aug. 21 time T 0900-1050 fee $660 place JH 214 instr TBA course ENGR 455/555, 3 units, 42820/45693 Lab to accompany ENGR 455 (42820): 42821 R 0800-1050 Lab to accompany ENGR 555 (45693): 45694 R 0800-1050

Ethnic Studies Intro to U.S. Ethnic Studies Comparative history of racialized groups in the US, with particular emphases on the manner in which race, ethnicity, class, and gender inform this history. Choose one beginning Aug. 21: 41329 TR 0930-1050 FR 105 Bao 41330 TR 1400-1520 BSS 204 Bao 41331 TR 1530-1650 BSS 204 Staff fee $660 course ES 105, 3 units

Multicultural Perspectives in American Society

Grant Proposal Writing Fundamentals of grant proposal writing, from conception of the idea to writing a coherent and persuasive proposal. Combines critical thinking, communication and quantitative reasoning skills, and critical evaluation of proposals. Each section option has a different focus. 46155: Research projects; 46156: Fund-raising for nonprofit organizations; 46157: Educational Projects; 46158: TBA. Choose one beginning the week of Aug. 20: 46155 TR 1200-1250 NR 224 Van Sickle 46156 W 1730-1920 NR 224 Mitchell 46157 T 1730-1920 NR 224 Van Sickle fee $440 course EMP 435, 2 units

Historical/sociocultural perspectives of American ethnic minorities. Impact of minority status. Theoretical/methodological approaches to educating ethnic minorities. Choose one beginning Aug. 21: 41332 TR 0930-1050 SH 115 46413 TR 1230-1350 NR 201 fee $660 course ES 308, 3 units

The key to campus buildings is on page 75. HSU Distance & Extended Education

Staff Staff

Film Writing for Film Writing short scripts and treatments for indie experimental, documentary, and narrative films using three-act structure and story-craft. Developed scripts and treatments are offered to production courses. date time fee place instr course

TR beginning Aug. 21 0900-1050 $880 TA 117 Staff FILM 350, 4 units, 46902

Women Filmmakers Around the World Screenings and discussions of films by and about women. Women directors from different countries, different historical periods and different ethnic, racial, religious and class backgrounds. Focus on narrative (fiction) films. date time fee place instr course

MW beginning Aug. 20 1400-1550 $880 TA 117 Alter FILM 380, 4 units, 46901

Music & Sound Design for Film Theory and practice designing soundtracks; valuable for film directors, composers. Explores the effective use of music, sound, and silence in film. Hands-on. Class time with film composers/sound designers. date time fee place instr course

F beginning Aug. 24 0900-1150 $880 TA 117 Staff FILM 477, 4 units, 46905

• www.humboldt.edu/extended • (707) 826-3731 • FALL 2012

69

Open University French & Francophone Studies French Level I Introduction to French; develop basic language skills. Must be taken with FREN 110 lab. date MTWR beginning Aug. 20 time 1000-1050 fee $880 place FH 177 instr Diémé course FREN 105, 4 units, 41348 FREN 110 lab (1 unit) to accompany 41348: 41345 TBA Dean

French Level V & Stories from the Francophone World Intensive reexamination of French grammar and usage in Francophone texts. Techniques and terminology of literary and cultural criticism; aural/oral, reading and composition practice analyzing diverse literary and cultural issues. Prerequisite: FREN 207. date time fee place instr course

MTWR beginning Aug. 20 1300-1350 $880 SciA 460 Budig-Markin FREN 311, 4 units, 41352

Analyze current world conflicts and problem areas. Spatial, social, economic, political, and environmental realities date MWF beginning Aug. 20 time 1100-1150 fee $660 place FH 118 instr Blank course GEOG 300, 3 units, 41309

Geography for Teachers Designed to help prospective and current teachers keep their geographic “tool-kit” up to date. Emphasis on development of geographic education resources, use of state History-Social Sciences Content Standards, lesson plan development and appreciation of geography as a multi-disciplinary platform. date W beginning Aug. 20 time 1900-2150 fee $660 place FH 111 instr Staff course GEOG 470, 3 units, 41325

A “virtual journey” along the medieval trade route (the Silk Road) that connected Europe with Central, South, and East Asia.

Explore successes and political, economic, and social challenges of NGOs in Senegal. Guest speaker Daouda Diouf will give a historical overview of NGOs in Senegal, and discuss their role as alternative civic organizations in the “development” of Africa. Seminar conducted in English. Mandatory CR/NC. WRF, Nov. 7, 8 and 9 1800-2220 $220 FH 206 Diémé FREN 480, 1 unit, 46509

Global Awareness

Exploring the Silk Road

NGOs & Development in Africa

date time fee place instr course

Geography

date TR beginning Aug. 20 time 1400-1520 fee $660 place FH 108 instr Blank course GEOG 472, 3 units, 46048

Political Geography Spatial perspectives on political patterns and processes at various scales. Relationship of political territories to resources, ethnic patterns, and ideological communities. Impact of political arrangements on landscapes. date MWF beginning Aug. 20 time 1100-1150 fee $660 place FH 179 instr Derrick course GEOG 471, 3 units, 46880

Marine & Coastal Geography This class will study the Earth’s oceans and coastal processes as related to global climates and human activities. This includes an investigation of ocean circulation, waves, tides, and sea ice. date MWF beginning Aug. 20 time 1000-1050 fee $660 place FH 108 instr Seemann course GEOG 473, 3 units, 41318

Geology Earthquake Country Understanding and preparing for earthquakes; an introduction to the causes and effects of earth tremors. Topics include the mechanics of earthquakes, how earthquakes are located and measured, earthquake risk and hazards, and the earthquake potential in California, and earthquake prediction. Not intended for majors in GEOL. Choose one beginning the week of Aug. 20: 42752 MWF 1000-1050 FH 118 Cashman 42753 TR 1530-1650 FH 118 Dengler fee $660 course GEOL 106, 3 units

General Geology Introduction to physical geology. Origin and constitution of the earth, internal and external processes that determine crustal and surficial features, and methods used in investigating and interpreting earth history. date TR beginning Aug. 21 time 1100-1220 fee $880 place NR 101 instr Miller course GEOL 109, 4 units, 42754 Choose one lab to accompany lecture: 42755 W 1400-1650 VMH 107 Staff 42756 T 1400-1650 VMH 107 Staff 42757 M 1100-1350 VMH 107 Miller 46470 M 1400-1650 VMH 107 Staff

Classes shown in this section are a small sampling of over 2,000 available. See the complete listing at www.humboldt.edu/oaa/classes.shtml 70

HSU Distance & Extended Education

• www.humboldt.edu/extended • (707) 826-3731 • FALL 2012

Open University Geology Colloquium This course consists of a series of presentations by geologic specialists who will describe their current research . The course provides an opportunity for students to interact with active researchers who are investigating geologic problems in depth. Approximately seven presentations per semester. date M beginning Aug. 20 time 1700-1850 fee $220 place FH 25 instr Miller course GEOL 455, 1 unit, 45737

German German Level I Introduces German through communicationbased instruction and activities. Must be taken with GERM 110 lab. date MTWR beginning Aug. 20 time 1000-1050 fee $880 place FR 201 instr Staff course GERM 105, 4 units, 41355 GERM 110 lab (1 unit) to accompany 41354: 41354 Online Online Dean

German Level III Improve conversational, reading, and writing skills through review of language essentials. A cultural studies approach to learning German. Must be taken with GERM 110 lab. Date MTWR beginning Aug. 20 time 1100-1150 fee $880 place SH 115 instr Staff course GERM 107, 4 units, 41356 GERM 110 lab (1 unit) to accompany 41356 45656 Online Online Dean

Times in Open University are shown on the 24-hour clock. Here is a conversion.

HSU Distance & Extended Education

History Musketeers, Witches & Kings Early Modern Europe. Social, cultural, intellectual, religious, economic, political developments from late Reformation to Napoleon. Emphasis on popular belief/culture, baroque kingship, everyday life, eighteenth-century “public,” political culture of French Revolution. date TR beginning Aug. 21 time 1200-1350 fee $880 place FH 235 instr Marschke course HIST 342, 4 units, 46846

Central America & the Caribbean Examines both regions with an emphasis on the era since independence. Special focus on Haiti, Cuba, Guatemala, El Salvador, and Nicaragua. Includes considerations of nation-building, revolution, race relations, and women’s experiences. date MW beginning Aug. 20 time 1200-1350 fee $880 place FH 236 instr Pasztor course HIST 393, 4 units, 41076

Gender & Sexuality in East Asian History This seminar course explores gender roles and relations; conceptions of the body and sexuality; fashion trends and footbinding; and the transformation of gender roles and ideas about sexuality in China, Korea, and Japan from ancient times through the twentieth century. date TR beginning Aug. 21 time 1400-1550 fee $880 place FH 236 instr Cliver course HIST 393, 4 units, 45738

International Studies Introduction to International Studies Introduction to the multi-disciplinary field of International Studies, with preparation for further coursework in the major. Examines development of modern world through diverse analytical lenses. date time fee place instr course

TR beginning Aug. 21 1230-1350 $660 SH 128 Staff INTL 210, 3 units, 45726

Mathematics Critical Thinking in Mathematics Develop and apply critical thinking and problem-solving skills by exploring patterns and mathematical themes in school and society. Intended primarily for prospective preschool and elementary teachers. Prerequisite: Math remediation completed or not required. date TR beginning Aug. 21 time 1400-1520 place NR 101 Moskowitz instr fee $660 course MATH 108, 3 units, 42840

Mathematics for Elementary Education Develop advanced perspective of concepts structures, and algorithms of math constituting the core of K-8 math curriculum: The real number system; number theory; algebra and functions; geometry and measurement; probability and statistics; mathematical reasoning. Does not apply toward MATH major/minor. Prerequisite: Completed GE math or higher. Prior IA required for majors other than LSEE or CDEE. Choose one beginning the week of Aug. 21: 42852 M 1100-1250 BSS 302 Ballinger 42853 T 1600-1750 BSS 302 Oliver fee $660 course MATH 308 C/B Choose one activity to accompany one of the above: 43232 W 1100-1250 BSS 302 Ballinger 45812 R 1600-1750 BSS 302 Oliver

• www.humboldt.edu/extended • (707) 826-3731 • FALL 2012

71

Open University Music

Intro to Native American Perspectives on Natural Resources Management

Philosophy

Cultural heritage as it pertains to land use. Native American economic, social, and religious relationships with natural resources.

Principal existential philosophers of the 19th and 20th centuries, such as Kierkegaard, Heidegger, Nietzsche, Sartre, Marcel, Buber.

date T beginning Aug. 21 time 1800-2050 fee $660 place BSS 408 instr Sherman course NAS 331, 3 units, 41249

date time fee place instr course

Intermediate Orchestra

Oceanography

Animal Ethics

Study and performance of orchestral music for less experienced players.

General Oceanography

The American Musical This course offers historical surveys of musical theatre in the United States, emphasizing Broadway productions. Song and dialog presented through recordings and videos. date W beginning Aug. 22 time 1900-2150 fee $660 place MUS A 130 instr Ryder course MUS 105, 3 units, 41495

Introduces Oceanography. Extent of the oceans; chemical nature of sea water; causes and effects of currents, tides and waves; animal and plant life in the sea; features of the ocean floor.

date TR beginning Aug. 21 time 1600-1650 fee $220 place MUS A 131 instr Davy course MUS 107I, 1 unit, 41511

Native American Studies Introduction to Native American Studies Origins and development of content/method in NAS. Contrast the field with adjoining and contributing disciplines (anthropology, history, sociology, and humanities). Choose one beginning Aug. 20: 46370 MWF 1000-1050 BSS 204 Giovannetti 41244 MWF 1100-1150 BSS 204 Staff 41245 MWF 1300-1500 BSS 204 Giovannetti fee $660 course NAS 104, 3 units

Native People of North America Traditional cultures, historical development, and contemporary social and political situations. date W beginning Aug. 22 time 1800-2050 fee $660 place FH 118 instr Golla course NAS 306, 3 units, 41246

date MWF beginning on Aug. 20 time 1200-1250 fee $880 place SCIB 135 instr J Abell course OCN 109, 4 units, 42522 Choose one lab to accompany 42522: 42523 T 1400-1650 NR 118 42524 W 1400-1650 NR 118 42525 R 1100-1350 NR 118 42526 R 0800-1050 NR 118 45723 T 0800-1050 NR 118

Existentialism MWF beginning Aug. 20 1500-1550 $660 HGH 226 Powell PHIL 355, 3 units, 45629

We will read and discuss some classic and contemporary philosophical texts, including some “posthumanist” writings, on our treatment of animals in light of issues about their moral status. date W beginning Aug. 22 time 1600-1650 fee $220 place BSS 211 instr Shaeffer course PHIL 391, 1 unit, 47059

Act To End Sexualized Violence Abell Borgeld Genger Abell Genger

Marine EcosystemsHuman Impact Relationships and interaction between humans and marine life. Living organisms: in history and legend, as food, and as industrial resource. Problems and aesthetic aspects of marine organisms. Must enroll in second lecture.

Why is violence sexualized? Why aren’t we told the harm usually comes from someone close? How can we transform our communities and end violence? Ready to know? Ready to act? Crosslisted with WS 480. date time fee place instr course

F Sa Sept. 28-29, F Oct. 26 Sept. 28: 1700-1950 Sept. 29: 0900-1650 Oct. 26: 1700-1950 $220 FH 118 Bockover PHIL 392, 1 units, 45817

date MW beginning on Aug. 20 time 1400-1450 fee $660 place BSS 166 instr Cass course OCN 301, 3 units, 42527 Second lecture to accompany 42527: 42528 F 1400-1450 BSS 166 Cass

Times in Open University are shown on the 24-hour clock. Here is a conversion.

The key to campus buildings is on page 75. 72

HSU Distance & Extended Education

• www.humboldt.edu/extended • (707) 826-3731 • FALL 2012

Open University Physics Descriptive Astronomy Understand and appreciate astronomy/planet Earth. Methods of obtaining facts and formulating principles. Labs: Naked-eye star/planet observation, movement of moon and celestial sphere, constellations, galaxies, star clusters, light and spectroscopy, telescopes. Not intended for PHYX majors. Prerequisite: Math code 30. date MWF beginning week of Aug. 20 time 1500-1550 fee $880 place SciA 564 instr Campbell course PHYX 104, 4 units, 42609 Choose one lab to accompany 42609: 42610 T 1900-2150 SciA 374 Campbell 42611 W 1900-2150 SciA 374 Campbell

General Physics I: Mechanics Calculus-based, for science/engineering students. Offered Fall only. Prerequisite: MATH 109 and 110 with grades of C or better, or math code 65. date TR beginning Aug. 21 time 0800-0850 fee $880 place SciA 564 instr Bowen course PHYX 109, 4 units, 42618 Choose one activity to accompany 42618: 42621 W 1100-1250 SciA 467 42620 W 1400-1550 SciA 467 Choose one lab to accompany 42618: 42619 F 1100-1350 SciA 467 42622 F 1400-1650 SciA 467

Advanced study of comparative politics in regional context of South Asia. date time fee place instr course

MW beginning Aug. 20 1000-1150 $880 HGH 204 Sonntag PSCI 330, 4 units, 41301

HSU Distance & Extended Education

Psychology of Women

How interest groups, political parties, and media affect public opinion and influence elections.

Individual and social characteristics and roles. Overview, critique of theories, research. Biological/ environmental determinants of women’s psychological development , including sex differences. TR beginning Aug. 21 date time 1530-1650 fee $660 place NR 101 instr Taylor course PSYC 300/WS 300, 3 units, 44929/

date time fee place instr course

MW beginning Aug. 20 1400-1550 $880 FH 203 Burkhalter PSCI 354, 4 units, 46867

Political Economy Examination of the politics of economic actors, decision making, policies, and issues at local, national and/or international levels. Focus may vary with instructor. date time fee place instr course

MW beginning Aug. 20 1600-1750 $880 FH 236 Sonntag PSCI 360, 4 units, 46866

Psychology Psychology of Critical Thinking

Political Science Political Regimes & Change: South Asia

Media & Public Opinion

Analysis of arguments and persuasive appeals (both deductive and inductive), common fallacies in thinking and forming arguments, evaluating information sources used to justify a belief, application of critical thinking to scientific reasoning about human behavior. TR beginning Aug. 21 date time 0800-0920 fee $660 place FH 118 instr Dye course PSYC 100, 3 units, 44920

Introduction to Psychology Evolution of psychology; research methods; biological foundations of behavior; sensation; perception; nature of consciousness; learning, and behavior; memory; cognitive development; health psychology; theories of personality; psychological assessment and individual differences; psychological disorders; psychological treatments. Participation in research projects is required. Department recommends taking this as foundation before any other PSYCH courses. Choose one beginning the week of Aug. 20: 44921 TR 1230-1350 FH 118 Myers 44922 Online Online Campbell fee $660 course PSYCH 104, 3 units

Psychology of Prejudice How it is expressed, its causes, consequences, and approaches for reducing it. Multicultural and diversity issues. MW beginning Aug. 20 date time 1600-1720 fee $660 place WFB 268 instr Gold course PSYC 302, 3 units 44930

Human Development Overview of developmental changes across a human life span: Conception through adulthood. Relevant psychological theories, research literature. TR beginning Aug. 21 date time 1700-1820 fee $660 place FH 25 instr Taylor course PSYC 311, 3 units, 44932

Religious Studies World Religions Examines six of the following traditions in light of human quest for transcendence: Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism, Taoism, Shintoism, Zen, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Films augment lectures. date time fee place instr course

TR beginning Aug. 20 1100-1220 $660 UC 225 (KBR) Jenkins RS 105, 3 units, 41281

• www.humboldt.edu/extended • (707) 826-3731 • FALL 2012

73

Open University Living Myths

Universal Sufism Weekend

Intermediate Conversation

Examines how a culture’s “sacred stories” express world-view, guide behavior, and offer opportunity for social change. Special focus on the problem of violence, American Civil Religion, Just War, and pacifism.

Teachings on the principles of Sufi mysticism, introduce several forms of meditation (sitting, walking and singing), share the Dances of Universal Peace and work with the Walks of the Masters, Saints and Prophets. Mandatory organizational meeting TBA.

Everyday language, including idioms, gestures, context-specific vocabulary. Conversation topics chosen from newspapers, text, video. Prerequisite: SPAN 106 or instructor approval.

date time fee place instr course

TR beginning Aug. 20 0930-1050 $660 FH 118 Herbrechtsmeier RS 300, 3 units, 41282

F Sa Su, Oct. 12-14 F 1930-2130 Sa Su 0900-1200 fee $220 place TBA instr Jenkins course RS 394, 1 unit, 41278 date time

City of 10,000 Buddhas Weekend

Sociology

An experiential retreat weekend at a large orthodox Chinese Buddhist monastery, where we will explore Buddhist theory and practice with members of the community. Practices include dharma talks, group prayer/chanting, meditation, and discussion sessions. Mandatory organizational meeting TBA. date time fee place instr course

Introduction to beliefs and practices of Orthodox Christianity, and to the material environment in which ritual practices are held. We will familiarize ourselves with the tradition of icons, and will attend Vespers as well as a traditional Orthodox liturgical service. Lecture, tour, and discussion session held by community leaders. Mandatory organizational meeting. Mandatory meeting: T, Aug. 28 F Sa, TBA Aug. 28: 1400-1500, F Sa TBA $220 TBA Hart RS 394, 1 unit, 45747

Tibetan Buddhism Weekend An experiential retreat weekend at a Tibetan Buddhist Center exploring Vajrayana Buddhist theory and practice, including Dharma talks, puja (group meditation practice), and opportunities for discussion and work with community members. Mandatory organizational meeting TBA. date time fee place instr course

74

Sa Su, Oct. 27-28 Sa 1000-Su 1500 $220 TBA Jenkins RS 394, 1 unit, 46488

Study of social patterns across groups, social institutions, and societies. Socialization, social interaction, inequalities, change, social issues, and social science research. Relationship of self and society. date TR beginning Aug. 21 time 0800-0920 fee $660 place UC 225 instr Silvaggio course SOC 104, 3 unit, 41026

F Sa Su, TBA F 1800-Su 1300 $220 Ukiah, Calif. Herbrechtsmeier RS 394, 1 unit, 41275

Orthodox Christian Weekend

date time fee place instr course

Introduction to Sociology

The Changing Family Examines family as a pivotal institution in crosscultural and American perspectives. Covers historical changes, contemporary issues, relation to structured inequalities, and social justice. date TR beginning Aug. 21 time 1400-1520 fee $660 place BSS 166 instr Martinek course SOC 306, 3 unit, 41032

Spanish Spanish Level I Direct approach to listening and speaking, pronunciation, intensive oral practice in short natural dialogues, activities; reading, writing. For those who have never been introduced to formal study. Conducted in Spanish. Must be taken with PAN 110 lab. Choose one beginning the week of Aug. 20: 41367 MTWR 1300-1350 SH 116 Gaskell 41368 MTWR 1400-1450 BSS 408 Staff 41369 MTWR 1500-1550 BSS 408 Staff 41869 TWR 1730-1840 FH 178 Gaskell fee $880 course SPAN 105, 4 units SPAN 110 lab (1 unit) to accompany above sections: 41363 Online Online Dean

HSU Distance & Extended Education

date MWF beginning Aug. 20 time 1200-1250 fee $660 place FH 178 instr de la Cabada course SPAN 250, 3 units, 41377

Statistics Elementary Statistics Probability, relative frequency; measure of central tendency variation, correlation; binomial and normal distributions; testing of hypotheses and estimation; linear regression. Prerequisite: Math remediation completed or not required. Choose one beginning Aug. 20: 42871 MWF 0900-0950 SCIB 133 Adams 42873 MWF 1100-1150 WFB 258 Gledhill 46043 MWF 0800-0850 GH 218 Gledhill fee $880 course STAT 108, 4 units, Choose one lab to accompany 42871 (this section will use SPSS software): 42872 T 0800-0950 SH118 42878 T 1000-1150 SH118 42875 T 1400-1550 SH118 Choose one lab to accompany 42873 (this section will use Minitab software): 42874 R 0800-0950 BSS317 42877 R 1000-1150 BSS317 42876 R 1200-1350 BSS317 Choose one lab to accompany 46043 (this section will use Minitab software): 46044 T 1200-1350 BSS313 46045 T 1400-1550 BSS313

Theater Arts Dramatic Writing Basic principles including structure, dramatic action, and characterization. Exercises and writing projects for stage and film. date time fee place instr course

M beginning Aug. 20 1500-1650 $660 TA 17 Kelso TA 107, 3 units, 46837

• www.humboldt.edu/extended • (707) 826-3731 • FALL 2012

Open University Women’s Studies

Theatre History I Intellectual, cultural, and artistic perspectives in international and multicultural theatre history and literature from 5th century BCE through Post-Modernism. date time fee place instr course

Introduction to Women’s Studies Experiences and perspectives of women of different ethnicities, social classes, sexualities, ages, and other points of intersection with gender.

MW beginning Aug. 20 0900-1050 $880 TA 17 Abbey TA 240, 4 units, 46892

date time fee place instr course

Acting Styles: Acting in Comedy Techniques and approaches to acting in comedy. Scene work. date time fee place instr course

Sex Gender & Globalization Examine crossculturally the diversity of relations of sex and gender. Transformation of gender relations thru colonial rule, nationalist movements, and globalization of the economy.

TR beginning Aug. 21 1100-1250 $880 GH 2 Wilson TA 315, 4 units, 46896

date time fee place instr course

Costume Design for Stage and Screen Skills for designing and producing costumes for stage, film and television. Includes color theory, fabric options and scale. date time fee place instr course

MWF beginning Sept. 20 MW 1200-1250, F 1200-1350 $880 SH 120 Berry WS 315, 4 units, 41097

Ecofeminism

Why is violence sexualized? Why aren’t we told the harm usually comes from someone close? How can we transform our communities and end violence? Ready to know? Ready to act? Crosslisted with PHIL 392. F Sa, Sept. 28-29, F Oct. 26 Sept. 28: 1700-1950 Sept. 29: 0900-1650 Oct. 26: 1700-1950 fee $220 place FH 118 instr Berry/Schnurer course WS 480, 1 unit, 41099 date time

Population & the Environment Intersectional feminist analysis of dominant US theories and policies connecting population growth and undocumented immigration to environmental degradation. Substantial focus on alternative approaches, especially foregrounding immigrant, reproductive, and environmental justice. date time fee place instr course

F Sa, Sept. 21-22 F 1700-1950, Sa 1000-1650 $220 SH 108 Urban WS 480, 1 unit, 41100

Plurality of voices making up ecofeminism; theoretical, political, and spiritual dimensions.

TR beginning Aug. 21 1300-1450 $880 GH 4 Robison TA 336, 4 units, 46832

date TR beginning Aug. 21 time 1400-1550 fee $880 place SH 110 instr Urban course WS 340, 4 units, 46772

Classes shown in this section are a small sampling of over 2,000 available. See the complete listing at www.humboldt.edu/oaa/classes.shtml

Times in Open University are shown on the 24-hour clock. Here is a conversion.

HSU Distance & Extended Education

TR beginning Aug. 21 1230-1350 $660 SH 115 Whatcott WS 106, 3 units, 41093

Act to End Sexualized Violence

KEY TO CAMPUS BUILDINGS: ART......................................................... Art Bldg. BSS.........Behavioral & Social Sciences Bldg. FC ..............................................Forbes Complex FH....................................................................... FH FR.................................................. Forestry Bldg. GH............................................................ Gist Hall HGH........................................Harry Griffith Hall JH.......................................................Jenkins Hall KA.......................Kinesiology & Athletics Bldg. KBR................................. Kate Buchanan Room MUSA............................................ Music A Bldg. NR...............................Natural Resources Bldg.

NHE.......................................... Nelson Hall East NHW........................................ Nelson Hall West SCIA..................................................... SciA Bldg. SCIB..................................................... SciB Bldg. SCID............................................Science D Bldg. SH.....................................................Siemens Hall SRC........................Student Recreation Center TA ......................................... Theater Arts Bldg. UC............................................ University Center VMH............................................. Van Matre Hall WFB.......................... Wildlife & Fisheries Bldg. WGYM..................................................West Gym

• www.humboldt.edu/extended • (707) 826-3731 • FALL 2012

75

General Information ACADEMIC QUESTIONS

CANCELLED CLASSES

CREDENTIAL APPLICATION

Academic questions should be addressed to the Office of the Registrar, (707) 826-4101, first floor, Student & Business Services building.

The Office of Distance & Extended Education will attempt to notify students of any cancellations in course offerings. It is therefore important for students to register early and notify Extended Education of any changes to your address, phone number or e-mail. For cancelled classes, full refunds for non-credit and Extension courses will be issued automatically. Open University students should contact Extended Education to request a refund. Once the Office of Distance & Extended Education sends the refund request to Student Financial Services, please allow 14-21 days to receive a refund. Credit card refunds are in the form of a credit on account.

Credential requirements are stated in the HSU general catalog. Individual inquiries should be directed to the Credential Analyst, Office of the Registrar, Student & Business Services building, 826-4101.

ACADEMIC STANDING Good Standing: Extended Education students whose cumulative grade-point average is 2.0 or above are considered in good academic standing. Academic Probation: An Extended Education student will be placed on academic probation if at the end of a term the overall grade-point average is below 2.0 (C grade average). Disqualification: If an Extended Education student is on academic probation and achieves a gradepoint average below 2.0 for the following semester, the student will be academically disqualified. A disqualified student will be excluded from Extended Education for one academic year, after which that student may petition Extended Education for reinstatement. The student must demonstrate the ability to maintain the minimum grade-point average for Extended Education in order to be reinstated. NOTE: HSU students who have been academically disqualified from the university will also be excluded from Extended Education/Open University for one academic year.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Registration in classes requires no formal application to the university. Transcripts or high school diplomas are not required to enroll. However, students may be required to provide proof of completion of course prerequisites to the instructor and/or department. There are no residency requirements. Registration through the Office of Distance & Extended Education does not constitute admission to HSU as a regularly enrolled student. If you are planning full or part-time enrollment in a regular program, review the HSU Admission Requirements and contact the Office of Admissions at (707) 826-4402 for deadline dates and procedures.

AUDITS You may audit any credit-earning class without taking an examination or receiving a grade. Attendance at all classes is expected. You will pay the same fee as a credit enrollee. You must turn in an audit form with instructor signature when registering. You may obtain an audit form from Extended Education. You may not change from audit to credit status after instruction has begun. A grade of “AU” will appear on the final grade roster, and the course with the “AU” grade will appear on the permanent record. There are no grade points earned nor are the units counted in earned, attempted or g.p.a. hours. Courses “audited” are not eligible for inclusion in the determination of full/part-time status.

76

COMPUTING SERVICES & LABS Extended Education students may use computer labs on campus during open lab hours. An active user name and password is required. For information regarding schedules, locations, information, policies and problem reporting as well as information on obtaining and using an e-mail account, contact Academic Computing, (707) 826-4357, or visit the website at www.humboldt.edu/its/labs For login or password assistance, choose “myHumboldt” from the “Quick Links” on the university’s main web page (www.humboldt. edu), and click “Forgot your user name or password?” or contact the Help Desk at (707) 826-HELP(4357) or help@humboldt.edu. Students will be charged 4 cents per page for printing in the computer labs. For more information, refer to www.humboldt.edu/ pay4print or contact the Help Desk.

CONTINUING EDUCATION UNITS (CEU) The CEU is a nationally-recognized unit of measurement for non-degree educational experiences. Some courses offer CEUs for relicensing or professional development purposes. CEU credit cannot be applied toward degrees. One CEU is awarded for each 10 hours of instruction (each hour of instruction equals 0.1 CEU)

COURSE NUMBERS HSU course numbers 100-499 are undergraduate level courses. 500-level courses satisfy both the advanced degree requirements for a baccalaureate degree and some portion of the requirements for a master’s degree. 600-level courses are open only to graduate students and 700-level is used for credential/licensure courses. Course numbers with an “X” are approved for Extension Academic Credit and are designed primarily for electives or professional development purposes.

HSU Office of Distance & Extended Education

CREDIT/NO CREDIT GRADING MODE Students may opt to take some courses on a credit/ no credit basis in place of a letter grade. To do so, students must complete the required form at the Office of Distance & Extended Education before half the course has elapsed. Note that only one class per semester may be changed to this mode, no classes in the major area, and only 24 units of credit/no credit units (both mandatory and optional units) may be applied towards an undergraduate degree. A “CR” grade will be recorded for an undergraduate course if the earned grade is C- or above, and B- or above for graduate courses.

CREDIT FOR EXTENSION COURSES The maximum Extension credit which can be accepted by HSU toward a bachelor’s degree requirement is 24 units, and not more than 8 units may apply to a master’s degree. Extension classes may count toward teaching and school service credential requirements. They do not meet specific requirements for degrees or credentials, but may be counted as elective credits. Lecture classes are required to meet 15 hours for each unit of credit.

DISABILITY RESOURCE CENTER Students with verified temporary or permanent disabilities may be eligible for a variety of academic support services. Services may include: exam accommodations, notetaking, readers, campus access assistance, interpreters, and disability management advisement. Submission of disability documentation and requests for services should be made as soon as possible to the Student Disability Resource Center. For more information, please call (707) 826-4678 (voice) or 826-5392 (TDD) or visit www.humboldt.edu/disability.

E-MAIL ACCOUNTS All registered students are eligible for a personal e-mail account. Registered students will automatically have an e-mail account established. Please refer to “Computing Services & Labs” for additional information.

EXTENSION COURSE SCHEDULE This schedule of courses is subject to change. In the event of unexpected room changes, Extended Education will attempt to notify students and will post notices. It is therefore important for students to register early and notify Extended Education of any changes to your address, phone number or e-mail.

• www.humboldt.edu/extended • (707) 826-3731 • FALL 2012

General Information FACULTY  REPLACEMENT

HOUSING & DINING SERVICES

MATRICULATED STUDENTS

The Office of Distance & Extended Education reserves the right to substitute instructors for any of its classes.

Extended Education students may be eligible for on-campus student housing facilities with proof of registration for classes; however, space is very limited. For more information, contact Housing & Dining Services: (707) 826-3451.

For the purposes of this bulletin, matriculation refers to those students who have been admitted to Humboldt State University and are eligible to register for the current semester. Matriculated students register for Extension courses through Extended Education (not via web registration) and must pay the stated course fee. Graduate students needing to maintain continuous enrollment should contact the Academic Programs Graduate Office (826-3949) for guidance.

FIELD TRIPS Field trips have inherent risks. To participate in a course field trip, you must complete a Release of Liability form and return it to the Office of Distance & Extended Education. Students will be contacted on a course-by-course basis for more information regarding the field trip and required forms.

GRADES For courses awarding academic credit, letter grades (A-F) are received unless the course is audited or taken for Credit/No Credit (CR/NC). If you wish to audit a course, you register and pay the same fees as students enrolled for credit. An Incomplete (I) may be assigned when you are unable to complete the course requirements within the official period of the course. An incomplete must be made up within one calendar year from the end of the course or the grade automatically converts to an F. Grades will be available approximately one week after the term ends. Students may access grades through the HSU website (www.humboldt.edu) at Quick Links/Tools/myHumboldt. You will need a user name and password to access myHumboldt. Once logged into myHumboldt, click on the “Student Center” button at the top. Refer to “Student Center” for additional information. For login or password assistance, see “Computing Services & Labs.”

HEALTH CENTER SERVICES Extended Education students enrolled in concurrent enrollment courses (Open University) equivalent to at least six units per semester are eligible to use the Health Center on a fee-for-service basis. Services are limited to care of basic illness and injury; there is a visit fee of $25. Contact the Health Center at (707) 826-3146 for more information.

HIGH SCHOOL CONCURRENT PROGRAM Upon recommendation of their principal or counselor, high school students who have completed their sophomore year with a B (3.0) GPA or better may register for courses at HSU. Visit www.humboldt. edu/highschool for registration procedures.

HOLDS Holds are placed on student accounts for any debts owed to the university, or for certain non-monetary reasons. These holds will prevent you from registering, receiving grades and transcripts, etc. You will need to allow one business day after clearing a hold before attempting to register or receive other services.

HSU Office of Distance & Extended Education

ID NUMBERS HSU will generate a unique nine-digit student identification number for you, called the HSU ID, after you register. Your HSU ID should be used in every HSU correspondence. Make note of the number and use it whenever you are conducting business with HSU, as a protection from identity theft.

IDENTIFICATION CARDS Identification cards are necessary for library privileges, for using computer labs, for purchase of educationally-priced software and computers from the HSU Bookstore and discounts on athletic events. Students may purchase an ID card for a one-time fee of $5. Fees must be paid to the Office of Distance & Extended Education.

JACK PASS The HSU Jack Pass program offers students unlimited free ride access on the Redwood Transit System (RTS) buses, the Eureka Transit System (ETS) buses, and Arcata & Mad River Transit System (A&MRTS). Currently enrolled Extended Education and OLLI students are eligible to purchase the HSU Jack Pass for $60 per semester, at the Student Financial Services window on the second floor of the Student Business Services building. More information: www.humboldt.edu/parking/bus_riding.html

LATE REGISTRATION Unless otherwise specified in program literature, a $25 late fee will be applied if registration is not received and paid prior to the second class meeting for Extension, OLLI and Special Session courses. In addition, late registrations will not be accepted after the 3rd class meeting for Extension courses. See Adds, Drops and Refunds section on page 3. Instructors may exclude a student from attending courses until the student is able to provide proof of registration.

LIBRARY A valid student ID/Library card is required to check out materials from the library. (Refer to “Identification Cards”) For the latest library schedule, refer to the library website, library.humboldt.edu. Monday-Thursday 7:30 a.m.-11:45 p.m. Friday 7:30 a.m.-5:45 p.m. Saturday 11 a.m.-5:45 p.m. Sunday 11 a.m.-10:45 p.m. ID/Library photos are taken in the Library: Monday-Friday 11 a.m.-1 p.m. and 6-9 p.m. or by appointment by calling 826-5601

NAME CHANGES If your name has changed since your last attendance at Humboldt State University and you would like your university records to reflect your current name, please supply the following information and documentation to the Office of Distance & Extended Education: Current full legal name and address; previous full name; student ID or social security number; copies of one legal document such as valid driver’s license or social security card showing new name; and a signed and dated request that Extended Education change its records.

NONDISCRIMINATION STATEMENT The California State University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, physical disability, or sexual orientation in the education programs or activities it conducts. For a complete statement, refer to the HSU Catalog.

OVER 60 PROGRAM The Over 60 Program is not available in the summer.

PARKING A parking permit is required 7 a.m.-10 p.m. Monday-Thursday and from 7 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday. No permit is required for Friday evening and weekends. Daily parking permits ($3.50 per day) may be purchased from any of the red daily parking permit machines which accept quarters only. Other permits can be purchased at the Student Financial Services Office in the Student & Business Services Building at Harpst and B Streets. Semester parking fees are: Automobiles: $157.50 per semester Motorcycles: $40 per semester Metered parking is available at various places around the campus. There are some 30 minute and 1 hour meters, but most have 4 hour limits. For your convenience, Parking Services offers a ParkCard. This stored-value smart card will allow you to buy time at campus parking meters. All meters will accept coins or the ParkCard at a rate of .75 cents an hour. The ParkCard is available for $15 at Student Financial Services.

• www.humboldt.edu/extended • (707) 826-3731 • FALL 2012

Continued next page ®

77

General Information PRIVACY RIGHTS OF STUDENTS The full text of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (Buckley Amendment), as amended, is in the HSU Catalog or is available for inspection in the Student Affairs Office. The campus is authorized under the Act to release directory information concerning students. This includes the student’s name, address, e-mail address, telephone listing, date and place of birth, major field of study, participation in officially recognized activities and sports, weight and height of members of athletic teams, photographs, dates of attendance, degrees and awards received, and the most recent educational agency or institution attended by the student. Written requests specifying information not to be released should be sent to the Office of Distance & Extended Education.

REFUND REQUESTS Refund checks are mailed to your local mailing address. You should receive your refund in two to four weeks. Credit card refunds are in the form of a credit on account. See page 3 for details regarding withdrawal and refunds. Requests for retroactive refunds due to extenuating circumstances must be received within six months of the last day of the course.

RETROACTIVE CREDIT Requests for retroactive credit due to extenuating circumstances will be processed for up to one calendar year after the course ends. Students will pay the registration fees and a $25 late fee per course.

SMOKING REGULATIONS Smoking is not permitted in campus buildings and is limited to designated outside locations. Designated smoking areas are clearly marked and maps are available from the University Police Dept. For more information, see www.humboldt.edu/smoking

SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER Students are required to provide the university with their social security numbers (individual taxpayer identification numbers) pursuant to the authority contained in Section 41201, Title 5, California Code of Regulations, and Section 6109 of the Internal Revenue Code. The University uses the social security number (SSN) to verify records pertaining to the student and, if needed, to collect debts owed to the University. Also, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) requires the University to file information returns that include the student’s SSN and other information such as the amount paid for qualified tuition,

78

related expenses, and interest on educational loans. That information is used to help determine whether a student, or a person claiming a student as a dependent, may take a credit or deduction to reduce federal income taxes. (See “Tax Credits.”) Students who do not have a SSN at the time of enrollment will be required to obtain a social security number and submit it to the University within 60 days. Failure to furnish a correct SSN may result in a penalty by the IRS. Students will be assigned a unique HSU ID number for identification purposes (refer to “ID Numbers”) but the SSN will still be required for other verification purposes.

SPECIAL SESSION CREDIT The credit conferred by Special Session classes is similar to that awarded during the regular academic program, i.e., resident credit, and may meet specific requirements for degrees or credentials.

STUDENT CENTER The Student Center is the primary online location for students to check grades, change addresses, and check account records. It is accessed through myHumboldt. From the main university web page (www.humboldt.edu) under “Quick Links,” and under “Tools,” choose “myHumboldt.” You will need a user name and password to access myHumboldt. Once logged into myHumboldt, click on the “Student Center” button at the top. For login or password assistance, see “Computing Services & Labs.”

SUMMER SESSION Anyone who is not formally admitted to the University may participate in Summer Session classes on a space-available basis. Registration is easy – formal admission and transcripts are not required. Summer Session courses taken through Extended Education will count in Undergraduate/Graduate units earned, grade point average and residence credit.

TAX CREDITS If you are enrolled in an eligible degree or certificate program or are taking courses to acquire or improve job skills, you may qualify for a Hope Scholarship or Lifetime Learning Tax Credit. The Hope Scholarship tax credit is available only to students in their first two years of postsecondary education who are enrolled at least half-time in an eligible program. The Lifetime Learning tax credit is available to students at all educational and enrollment levels who are enrolled at an eligible educational institution. The tax credits are based on the amount of qualified tuition and fees, less grants and other tax-free educational assistance, and the

HSU Office of Distance & Extended Education

taxpayer’s modified adjusted gross income. Hope credits apply to fees paid after December 31, 1997 and the Lifetime Learning credit applies to fees paid after June 30, 1998. Consult IRS Publication 970 or your tax preparer for additional information.

TRANSCRIPTS Official transcripts may be requested from the Office of the Registrar via mail, fax, scanned PDF via e-mail or in person. Unofficial transcripts may be printed from your computer. The current fee for official transcripts is $4 for the first copy, and $2 for each additional copy requested at the same time. Expedited service (within three days) is available for an additional $10 fee. A transcript request form may be downloaded from humboldt.edu/registrar/transcripts. Payment methods are also detailed on this website. Online payments are accepted through Student Center. Each request for transcripts must include: • YOUR SIGNATURE and date (this is your authorization to release the records to the designee) • Your current legal name (and all prior names used while attending HSU) • Your full address and phone number • Your date of birth • Your HSU Student ID number (preferred) or Social Security Number • Dates of attendance at HSU (include any breaks in attendance) • When to mail transcript: Immediately or wait until the current term’s grades or your degree posts • Complete mailing address of agency, college, or individual to whom transcripts shall be sent (and phone number for overnight delivery) Official transcript requests typically take 7-15 business days, but may be as long as six weeks if request is made at the end of the semester. Your request will not be processed if you have any outstanding financial or administrative obligations to the university. For further information, contact the Office of the Registrar at (707) 8264101 or e-mail transcripts@humboldt.edu.

VERIFICATION OF ENROLLMENT Students who need an official verification of current enrollment may request this verification in writing from the Office of Distance & Extended Education. Allow 72 hours for processing.

VETERANS Students eligible for state or federal veterans’ benefits should contact the Veterans Enrollment and Transition Services, located in the lower library, room 58. Call (707) 826-6271 or refer to the website at www.humboldt.edu/veterans.

• www.humboldt.edu/extended • (707) 826-3731 • FALL 2012

HSU Map

ARCATA, CALIF.

HSU Office of Distance & Extended Education

• www.humboldt.edu/extended • (707) 826-3731 • FALL 2012

Call the Office of Distance & Extended Education if you need assistance finding a location on campus. (707) 826-3731

79

HSU Map -A-

-H-

-R-

ALDER Alder Residence Hall................................. C1

HH Hadley House.....................................................B4

RB Redwood Bowl................................................... E4

ARTA Art Building A................................................ C4

HAH Hagopian House............................................. B3

Redwood Plaza......................................................... E5

ARTB Art Building B................................................ C4

HGH Harry Griffith Hall............................................C7

REDWOO Redwood Residence Hall................... B2

-B-

HC Health Center, Student..................................... B3

Restrooms, South Campus.................................... B7

BH Baiocchi House..................................................D9

HEMLOC Hemlock Residence Hall.......................D1

-S-

BSS Behavioral & Social Sciences......................D8

-J-

SCHMH Schmidt House...........................................C7

BOAT Boat Facility.................................................. F8

JH Jenkins Hall...........................................................C5

Schatz Energy Research Center........................... C8

Bookstore....................................................................C3

JENH Jensen House................................................D8

SCIA Science Complex Building A........................ D5

BRH Brero House/ITEPP..................................... B3

JGC Jolly Giant Commons....................................... C2

SCIB Science Complex Building B........................ D5

BHH Bret Harte House........................................... B5

JUNIPE Juniper Residence Hall............................ F2

SCIC Science Complex Building C......................... D5

BROOK Brookins House.........................................C5

-K-

SCID Science Complex Building D........................ D5

CCAT Buck House/CCAT.........................................D8

KA Kinesiology & Athletics.................................... F6

SCIE Science Complex Building E........................ D5

-C-

-L-

SCULPT Sculpture Lab........................................... A5 S&R Shipping & Receiving.................................... C8

CA Campus Apartments.......................................... B5

LAUREL Laurel Residence Hall F2

EVA Campus Events Field......................................D6

LIB Library.................................................................B4

SH Siemens Hall........................................................C3

CEDAR Cedar Residence Hall.............................. F2

LAPT Little Apartments......................................... B3

SBS Student & Business Services....................... C6

CERAM Ceramics Lab............................................. A5

-M-

SRC Student Recreation Center........................... F5

CDL Child Development Lab, Swetman.............. C6

MADRON Madrone Residence Hall......................D1

CHINQU Chinquapin Residence Hall................... C1

SUNSET Sunset Residence Hall.......................... B2

MANOR Manor Apartments..................................D6

-T-

College Creek Apartments..................................... A7

MAPLE Maple Residence Hall...............................D1

TANOAK Tan Oak Residence Hall.........................D1

College Creek Field.................................................. A7

MCOM Marketing & Communications................. C9

TH Telonicher House...............................................B4

CREEKL Creekside Lounge................................... F2

MWCC Marine Wildlife Care Center.......................F7

TA Theatre Arts Building........................................ C4

Creekview Apartments............................................ F2

MWH Mary Warren House..................................... C9

Toddler Center........................................................... C8

CYPRES Cypress Residence Hall......................... C2

MCC Multicultural Center........................................B4

Trinity Annex..............................................................B9

-F-

MUSA Music Building A.......................................... C4

-U-

FERN Fern Residence Hall.................................... F2

MUS Music Building B............................................. C4

UC University Center................................................C3

FWH Feuerwerker House...................................... A3

-N-

UPF Upper Playing Field........................................ F4

FSH Fisheries Hatchery......................................... E6

NR Natural Resources Building.............................C7

-V-

Field House................................................................ E5

NH Nelson Hall...........................................................C3

VMH Van Matre Hall................................................D4

FC Forbes Complex.................................................. E5

-P-

-W-

PARC Parking Authorization Center................... B5

WAGH Wagner House............................................. A5

PEPPER Pepperwood Residence Hall................D1

WWH Walter Warren House C9

FR Forestry Building............................................... D7 FH Founders Hall..................................................... D3

-G-

PLANT Plant Operations.......................................B8

WH Warren House.................................................... B5

GH Gist Hall.................................................................C5

WGYM West Gym..................................................... E5

GRNH Greenhouse..................................................D6

WFB Wildlife & Fisheries Building....................... E6 WLDF Wildlife Facilities......................................... E6 WILLOW Willow Residence Hall . ........................ F2

Office of Extended Education • Humboldt State University 211 Student & Business Services Building (Second floor, to the right of Financial Aid) Open 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Friday • Phone (707) 826-3731

80

HSU Office of Distance & Extended Education

• www.humboldt.edu/extended • (707) 826-3731 • FALL 2012

The Office of Distance & Extended Education is in the Student & Business Services Building (Suite 211) at the corner of Harpst and B streets on the HSU campus. It is open 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Friday.

The self-supporting outreach department of Humboldt State University Student & Business Services Building, Suite 211 1 Harpst St., Arcata, CA 95521-8299 Phone (707) 826-3731   •   Fax (707) 826-5885 extended@humboldt.edu • www.humboldt.edu/extended Disability accommodation may be available. Contact Extended Education: (707) 826-3731

FALL 2012

OPEN UNIVERSITY IMPORTANT DATES

August 20 ����������������������������������� Open University Instruction begins August 31 ������������������������������������� Deadline – to ADD Open University full-semester courses without a late fee September 3 ������������������������������� Labor Day – Campus closed September 17 ����������������������������� Deadline – to DROP Open University full- semester courses without a serious and compelling reason and receive partial refund (65%) September 17 ����������������������������� Deadline – to ADD Open University full-semester courses (with late fee) September 17 ����������������������������� Deadline – to file to change Open University grade option to AUDIT October 15 ����������������������������������� Deadline – to FILE to take an Open University course Credit/No Credit October 29 ���������������������������������� Deadline – to DROP an Open University course with a serious and compelling reason (no refund) November 12 ������������������������������ Veteran’s Day – Campus closed November 19-23 ����������������������� Thanksgiving break (No Open University classes) November 22-23 ����������������������� Campus closed December 10-14 ������������������������ Final Exam Week December 25-January 1 ����������� Campus closed

Office of Distance & Extended Education Staff Associate Vice President...........................................Alex Hwu Dean.......................................................................... Carl Hansen Director of EE/OLLI Programs...........Sheila Rocker Heppe Registrar................................................................................. TBD Extension Coordinator.................................... Donna Gephart Special Programs Coordinator........................... Ward Angles OLLI Program Assistant.............................. Rebecca Cacciari

Assistant Registrar..............................Kristin Branlund-Girod Registration Specialists....... Deanna Midgely, Mario Torres Administrative Support Coordinator.......Nate Cacciari Roy Graphic/Web Designer.............................................Grace Kerr Student Assistants............................. Jeremy Smith-Danford, Rebecca Springer, Adriana Swancy, Lexxi Price, Alexandra Talbot, Kristina Worden Road Scholar On-site Coordinator................ Marilyn Hoover

For further information on course offerings, registration, teaching courses or to get on the mailing list, call (707) 826-3731 or visit www.humboldt.edu/extended HSU is an AA/EO Employer.

AUGUST 2012 S

M

T

5 6 7 12 13 14 19 20 21 26 27 28

W

R

F

S

1 2 3 4 8 9 10 11 15 16 17 18 22 23 24 25 29 30 31

SEPTEMBER 2012 S

M

T

W

R

F

S

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 OCTOBER 2012 S

7 14 21 28

M

T

W

R

F

S

1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 10 11 12 13 15 16 17 18 19 20 22 23 24 25 26 27 29 30 31

NOVEMBER 2012 S

M

T

W

4 5 6 7 11 12 13 14 18 19 20 21 25 26 27 28

R

F

S

1 2 3 8 9 10 15 16 17 22 23 24 29 30

DECEMBER 2012 S

2 9 16 23 30

M

T

W

R

F

S

1 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 18 19 20 21 22 24 25 26 27 28 29 31

HSU Phone Numbers Academic Personnel Services.....................................5086 Academic Programs...................................................3949 Academic Support Programs......................................4781 Admissions.................................................................4402 Advising Center...........................................................5224 Alumni Relations........................................................3132 Anthropology..............................................................3139 Art .............................................................................3624 Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences, College of............4491 Assessment of Prior Learning.....................................3641 Associated Students....................................................3771 Athletics.....................................................................3666 Bias Response Team/Diversity & Inclusion.................4949 Biological Sciences.....................................................3245 Bookstore..................................................................3741 Budget Office..............................................................3316 Business, School of ...................................................3224 Campus Center for Appropriate Technology................3551 Career Center.............................................................3341 Cashier (Student Financial Services)..........................6789 Center Activities..........................................................3357 CenterArts..................................................................4411 Center for Indian Community Development................3711 Chemistry...................................................................3277 Child Development.....................................................3471 Children’s Center........................................................3838 College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences........................4491 Natural Resources & Sciences...............................3256 Professional Studies..............................................3961 Communication..........................................................3261 Computer Science......................................................3143 Contracts & Procurement...........................................3512 Counseling & Psychological Services..........................3236 Critical Race, Gender & Sexuality Studies....................4503 Dining Services...........................................................3451 Disability Resource Center, Student.............................4678 Diversity Plan Action Council/Diversity & Inclusion....4503 Economic, Community & Business Development........3919 Economics.................................................................3204 Education...................................................................5873 Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) /Student Support Services......................................4781 Elementary Education.................................................5867 Engineering (Env. Resources)....................................3619 English.......................................................................3758 Enrollment Management, Outreach & Recruitment.....4402 Environmental Management & Protection...................4147 Ethnic Studies.............................................................4329 Extended Education....................................................3731 Financial Aid..............................................................4321 Fiscal Affairs, Director................................................3521 Fisheries Biology........................................................3953 Forestry & Wildland Resources...................................3935 Foundation, Advancement..........................................5146

Foundation, HSU Sponsored Programs.......................4189 French/World Languages & Culture............................3226 Geography..................................................................3946 Geology......................................................................3931 German/World Languages & Culture...........................3226 Graduate Studies & Research......................................3949 Health Center, Student................................................3146 Help Desk (Computing).............................................4357 History.......................................................................3641 Housing & Dining Services.........................................3451 Human Resources & Risk Management......................3626 Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center (HBAC) ............... 443-4222 Humboldt Music Academy..........................................3411 Humboldt Orientation Program (HOP)......................3510 ID Office.....................................................................5601 Indian Natural Resources, Sciences & Engineering Program.........................................4998 Indian Teacher & Educational Personnel Program...............................................3672 Industrial Technology.................................................3224 Information (Campus Operator)................................3011 Information Technology Services................................3815 International English Language Institute.....................5878 International Programs..............................................4142 Journalism & Mass Communication............................4775 KHSU-FM....................................................................4807 Kinesiology & Recreation Administration....................4536 KRFH-AM....................................................................3257 Learning Center/Tutorial Services...............................5217 Learning & Tutorial Lab..............................................4266 Liberal Studies/Elementary Education.........................3752 Library.......................................................................3441 Lumberjack Newspaper..............................................3271 Marine Laboratory......................................................3671 Marine Wildlife Care Center........................................3450 Mathematics...............................................................3143 Media Services...........................................................3166 Moodle Support.........................................................3633 Multicultural Center...................................................3364 Museum, Natural History............................................4479 Music.........................................................................3531 National Student Exchange.........................................6229 Native American Studies.............................................4329 Natural Resources & Sciences, College of...................3256 Nursing......................................................................3215 Oceanography............................................................3540 Operator (University).................................................3011 Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI)....................5880 Over 60 Program........................................................3731 Parking & Commuter Services....................................3773 Payroll........................................................................3736 Peace Corps...............................................................3342 Philosophy.................................................................4124 Physical Education.....................................................4536 Physics & Astronomy..................................................3277

For all numbers: Use area code 707 For 4-digit extensions, use prefix 826- off campus.

Police, University........................................................5555 Politics.......................................................................4494 President’s Office........................................................3311 Psychology.................................................................3755 Public Safety/Police....................................................5555 Rangeland Resources.................................................3935 Records & Registration...............................................4101 Recreation Administration..........................................4536 Redwood Arts Project.................................................5801 Redwood Science Project...........................................3477 Redwood Writing Project............................................5109 Registrar, Office of the................................................4101 Religious Studies........................................................4126 Residence Halls..........................................................3330 Schatz Energy Research Center...................................4345 Scholarships...............................................................4321 Secondary Education..................................................5867 Service Learning Center..............................................4964 Social Work................................................................4448 Social Work, Masters of..............................................4443 Sociology....................................................................3139 Soils...........................................................................3935 Spanish/World Languages & Culture...........................3226 Special Education.......................................................5795 Student Academic Services Outreach Program............4791 Student Disability Resource Center (SCRC).................4678 Student Employment/Career Center............................3341 Student Financial Services..........................................6789 The Studio School......................................................3819 Talent Search..............................................................4791 Teaching English as a Second Language......................4149 Testing Center.............................................................3611 Theatre, Film & Dance................................................3566 Ticket Office, Center Arts............................................3928 Transcript Request Recording....................................6185 Undergraduate Studies...............................................4192 University Advancement..............................................5101 University Computing Services....................................3815 Veterans Enrollment & Transition Services..................6272 Vice President for Academic Affairs....................................................3722 Administrative Affairs.............................................3351 Advancement.........................................................5101 Student Affairs.......................................................3361 Visitors’ Center...........................................................6270 Watershed Management..............................................3935 Wildlife Management..................................................3953 Women’s Center..........................................................4216 Women’s Studies.........................................................4925 Work-Study Jobs/Career Center..................................3341 World Languages & Cultures.......................................3226 Youth Educational Services.........................................4965 To locate other HSU campus phone numbers, consult www.humboldt.edu/tns/directory.php

Nonprofit Org. U.S. Postage

PAID

Office of Distance & Extended Education 1 Harpst St. Arcata, CA 95521-8299

Salem, OR Permit No. 178

The Office of Distance & Extended Education is self-supporting. This catalog is not printed or mailed at State expense. If you are receiving a duplicate mailing, call (707) 826-3731.

FALL 2012


Humboldt State University Office of Distance and Extended Education Course Bulletin - FALL 2012