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FALL �Extension � 2013 �

CREATIVE ARTS

REGISTRATION & PAYMENT OF FEES ....................2 ADDS, DROPS & REFUNDS .........................................3 EXTENSION ...................................................................... 4 ELEARNING ..................................................................... 17 REGISTRATION FORM: EXTENSION ...................... 29 OLLI.....................................................................................31 REGISTRATION FORM: OLLI ......................................63 OPEN UNIVERSITY ......................................................65 GENERAL INFORMATION ......................................... 76 HSU MAP .........................................................................79 � HSU PHONE NUMBERS .........INSIDE BACK COVER �

OLLI

Dynamic Writing............................................................................................ 4 � Humboldt Music Academy.......................................................................... 6 � Native American Beadwork, Design & Leatherwork ........................... 4 � Studio School ................................................................................................ 6 � Writing Books for Children ......................................................................... 5 �

LANGUAGE & CULTURE

International Education Week ................................................................... 8 � Italian, Beginning .......................................................................................... 8 � Japanese, Introduction to........................................................................... 7 � Russian, Introductory .................................................................................. 7 � Tell Me More Interactive Language Learning ..................................... 20 �

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Adobe Creative Suite Certificate of Completion ................................. 10 � Adobe Dreamweaver CS6, Intro to ......................................................... 11 � Adobe Illustrator CS6, Intro to ................................................................ 10 � Adobe InDesign CS6, Intro to................................................................... 11 � Adobe PhotoShop CS6, Intro to............................................................. 10 � Best Practices in Management ............................................................... 13 � CE Credits Online........................................................................................23 �

Child Abuse Mandated Reporter Training ............................................ 15 � Ecotourism Planning & Management Certificate Program ............. 26 � eLearning Information ................................................................................17 � Exercise Nutrition Online Certificate Program .................................... 21 � Faculty Preparation, Certificate (Teaching in Higher Education) .....22 � Holistic Medicine, Introduction to........................................................... 16 � Institutional Research Online Graduate Certificate ...........................22 � Legal Secretary Online Certificate Course .......................................... 20 � Managing People: Increasing Motivation & Performance ................ 12 � Microsoft Excel Basics ................................................................................ 9 � Microsoft Excel, Intermediate ................................................................... 9 � Microsoft Word, Intermediate ................................................................... 9 � New Designs for Fundraising Certificate Program............................. 15 � Notary Training............................................................................................ 14 � Regional Training Institute (RTI) Disaster Preparedness................. 14 � Sheng Zhen Healing Qigong.................................................................... 16 � Social Work Online BA and MSW .......................................................... 24 �

UNIVERSITY EDVENTURES

Over 60 Program ...................................................................................... 28 � Study Abroad Summer 2013.................................................................. 28 �

eLearning � BA 250: Financial Accounting ............................................................... 66 �

HED 231: Basic Human Nutrition ...........................................................74 �

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute � CE Credits Online........................................................................................23 � Institutional Research Online Graduate Certificate ...........................22 � OPEN HOUSE ............................................................................................ 31 � CALENDAR & INFORMATION............................................................... 31 � CLASSES .................................................................................................... 34 � REGISTRATION FORM ...........................................................................63 �

Ecotourism Planning & Management Certificate Program ............. 26 � eLearning: Six Reasons Students Take Online Classes......................17 � eLearning: Skills and Technology Requirements ................................ 18 � Exercise Nutrition Online Certificate Program .................................... 21 � Faculty Preparation, Certificate (Teaching in Higher Education) .....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 � ARTS, HUMANITIES & SOCIAL SCIENCES ................................ 66 � BIOLOGY................................................................................................ 66 � BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ....................................................... 66 � CHEMISTRY ........................................................................................... 67 � CHINESE STUDIES.............................................................................. 67 � COMPUTER SCIENCE........................................................................ 68 � CRITICAL RACE, GENDER & SEXUALITY STUDIES................ 68 � DANCE .................................................................................................... 68 � ECONOMICS ......................................................................................... 68 � ENGINEERING ..................................................................................... 68 � ENGLISH ............................................................................................... 69 � ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT & PROTECTION.............. 69 � ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE........................................................... 69 � ETHNIC STUDIES.................................................................................70 � FILM .........................................................................................................70 � FRENCH & FRANCOPHONE STUDIES.........................................70 � GEOGRAPHY.........................................................................................70 � GEOLOGY ................................................................................................71 �

GEOSPATIAL STUDIES.......................................................................71 � GERMAN STUDIES...............................................................................71 � HISTORY ..................................................................................................71 � JOURNALISM & MASS COMMUNICATION .................................72 � MATHEMATICS .....................................................................................72 � MUSIC ......................................................................................................72 � NATIVE AMERICAN STUDIES .........................................................72 � OCEANOGRAPHY................................................................................73 � PHILOSOPHY .......................................................................................73 � PHYSICS .................................................................................................73 � POLITICAL SCIENCE ..........................................................................74 � PSYCHOLOGY .......................................................................................74 � RECREATION ........................................................................................74 � SOCIOLOGY ...........................................................................................74 � SPANISH.................................................................................................75 � STATISTICS ............................................................................................75 � THEATER ARTS....................................................................................75 � WOMEN’S STUDIES............................................................................75 �

Legal Secretary Online Certificate Course .......................................... 20 � PSCI 110: American Government ...........................................................74 � PSYCH 100: Psychology of Critical Thinking ...................................... 19 � Social Work Online BA and MSW .......................................................... 24 � Tell Me More Online Language Learning ............................................. 20 �

ON THE COVER:

“Moonstone” by Amy Uyeki. Oil pastel,

acrylic and matte medium, 22 1/2” x 30”

Amy Uyeki is an Arcata artist who

has lived in Humboldt County for 30

years. She works in various media that

enable her to do visual storytelling,

the latest being animation. She has

traveled to many countries and has lived

in Kenya and Sri Lanka, which is the

inspiration for the “Moonstone” piece.

Amy has been the facilitator for the

OLLI “Northcoast Artists Showcase”

lecture series, which invites some of

Humboldt County’s premier artists

to show past and current work, and

examine the reasons they do art. � Find her work at www.amyuyeki.com �

Registration Read this information carefully.

Registration

Payment of Fees �

OPEN UNIVERSITY,

OVER 60 PROGRAM &

HIGH SCHOOL CONCURRENT �

Payment by check, money order, cash or credit card is accepted. Please make all checks or money orders payable to Humboldt State University.

Signatures are required. See page 65 for Open University registration process. See page 28 for Over 60 Program information. For High School Concurrent Program registration information, visit www.humboldt.edu/highschool.

EXTENDED EDUCATION Keep your receipts.

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

BY MAIL: 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:

College of eLearning & 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 receive an e-mail confirmation.

BY PHONE: Students who hold MasterCard, VISA or Discover credit cards may register for Extended Education courses by calling (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 College of eLearning & 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.

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(All courses)

® Full payment of fees is required at the time of registration. NOTE: Instructors may exclude a student from attending courses if the student cannot provide proof of registration for the course.

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

FEES (Subject to revision) EXTENSION: Noncredit Classes ................................... As listed � Extension Credit: Per Unit ......................... $150 � Contract Credit: Per Unit ................................ $50 � OPEN UNIVERSITY & HIGH SCHOOL CONCURRENT PROGRAM: Per Unit ............................................................ $232 � SPECIAL SESSION: Per Unit................. $220

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

OVER 60 PROGRAM: Up to 6 units (fall/spring only) .......................$53 � MISCELLANEOUS: Withdrawal Service Fee ................................. $10 � Late Registration Fee ................................... $25 � ID Card (new or replacement) .......................... $5 � Transcript ............................................................. $4 � Check Returned by Bank ✱ ..........................$25 � ✱ 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 College of eLearning & 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

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. 25

Prior to 1st class meeting

ADD without a late fee

Sept. 6

Prior to 2nd class meeting

ADD with a $25 late fee

Sept. 23

Before 25% of course time has elapsed

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

Sept. 23

Before 25% of course time has elapsed

File to change grade option to AUDIT

Sept. 23

Before 25% of course time has elapsed

File to take a course credit/no credit

Oct. 21

Before 50% of course time has elapsed

DROP with a serious and compelling reason (no refund)

Nov. 4

Before 75% of course time has elapsed

studies on the first day of classes for that semester). Refunds will be computed on this basis.

OPEN UNIVERSITY/OVER 60/ HIGH SCHOOL CONCURRENT (Semester-long courses):

the student’s academic record. The student must complete a Drop Form available from the College of eLearning & 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 College of eLearning & 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 College of eLearning & Extended Education received written notification of the student’s drop, or by the postmark date on such mailed notification, whichever occurs first.

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

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

RETROACTIVE REFUNDS

(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

EXTENSION, SPECIAL SESSION,

NON-CREDIT COURSES

(Five meetings duration or longer): � 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.

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. �

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Dynamic

Writing

THE CREATIVE ADVENTURE

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 beadwork and design, using traditional and contemporary material.

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., Nov. 2-16 time 10 a.m.-1 p.m. fee $55 place HGH 106 instr Jesse Austin course EENC X023, 47218 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.

Tues./Thurs., Sept. 10-Nov. 14 6 -8 p.m. $125, plus $50 materials fee HGH 105 Winema Huitt-Weeks EENC x035, 47227

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, intertribal 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.

BEADWORK BY WINEMA HUITT WEEKS

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HSU College of eLearning & Extended Education

• www.humboldt.edu/extended • (707) 826-3731 • FALL 2013

Creative Arts

Writing books for children is very different from other genres – since the audiences are kids and the publishers, buyers, and librarians are adults. Discover the wide variety of styles and formats of current books, and pick up some useful writing and publishing tools. This is an entertaining and informative class for anyone with a love of children’s literature and an interest in writing or illustrating books.

date time fee place instr course

Sun., Oct. 20 10 a.m.-5 p.m. $60 HGH 226 Michael Elsohn Ross EENC X023, 47217

Special events highlighting Big Ideas in celebration of the 100th Birthday of Humboldt State University

PAUL ERLICH Tuesday, Oct. 1 Author of The Population Bomb as well as an American biologist and educator, Paul Erlich is the Bing Professor of Population Studies in the Department of Biological Sciences at Stanford University. SPONSORED BY HSU COLLEGE OF NATURAL RESOURCES & SCIENCES

Michael Elsohn Ross is the award-winning author of over 40 books for young people, including his young adult biography, Salvador Dali and the Surrealists. What’s the Matter in Mr. Whisker’s Room? was nominated for the Arizona Young Reader’s Award. Ross’s work as a naturalist and environmental educator in Yosemite National Park has inspired him to write books that actively invite kids to wonder and explore. Michael has taught writing workshops at CSU Fresno, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, and CSU Stanislaus. You can visit his website at www.bugauthor.com

EXTENSION

HSU Centennial SPEAKERS SERIES

PETER SINGER Friday, Oct. 25 One of the most influential contemporary philosophers alive today, Peter Singer is internationally known for his books Animal Liberation, Practical Ethics, The Expanding Circle, and most recently, The Way We Eat: Why Our Food Choices Matter. SPONSORED BY HSU COLLEGE OF ARTS, HUMANITIES & SOCIAL SCIENCES

ADMISSION: FREE* * Tickets are required and available free at the CenterArts Ticket Office, HSU campus.

All events at 7 p.m. in HSU Van Duzer Theater THIS SERIES IS MADE POSSIBLE IN PART BY GIFTS FROM HSU ALUMNI AND FRIENDS TO THE HUMBOLDT LOYALTY FUND.

For more information, call CenterArts: 826-3928 HSU College of eLearning & Extended Education

• www.humboldt.edu/extended • (707) 826-3731 • FALL 2013

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Creative Arts A VISUAL ARTS PROGRAM FOR KIDS!

MUSIC CLASSES FOR AGES 2-18

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A distinctive visual arts program of the HSU Art Dept. and the College of eLearning & Extended Education Youth can create art in an authentic studio environment Access to collections and exhibitions at HSU Reese Bullen Gallery and the Morris Graves Museum of Art Exceptional student-teacher ratio Teachers are experienced art educators and artists Youth explore a variety of techniques using real artists’ materials

LEVEL 1 (AGES 5-8):

Exploring Sculpture & 3D Art Sculpture is three-dimensional (3D) art. Students will also create dynamic sculptures inspired by famous artists. Students will learn how to transform their own drawings into 3D art. We will study several different styles of three-dimensional art ranging from 3D paintings to abstract sculptures, and there will be lessons on drawing and painting as well as building sculptures. Some of the materials we will be using are clay and papier-mâché. Instructor: Donovan Clark Saturdays, 10-11:30 a.m. • Art Building, room 23, HSU Fee: $95 (EENC X085, 47125)

LEVEL 2 (AGES 9-13):

Exploring Sculpture & 3D Art See description above. Instructor: Donovan Clark Saturdays, 1-2:30 p.m. • Art Building, room 23, HSU Fee: $95 (EENC X085, 47126)

TO REGISTER, CALL (707) 826-3819 studios@humboldt.edu

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FALL CLASSES RUN SEPT. 14-NOV. 9 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. 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 Registration Day, Saturday, Aug. 24. Late registrations are accepted after Registration Day on a space-available basis.

classes Singing Games (ages 2-4) Suzuki Method Musical Theater (3 levels) Bucket Drumming Ukulele Fiddle Levels 1, 2, 3, 4

ensembles Flute Choir (Beginning & Advanced) Chamber Music Harp Circle Jazz Ensemble Vocal Ensemble Winds & Percussion Junior Orchestra

lessons All levels, 30/45/60 minutes

ART DEPT. • HUMBOLDT STATE UNIVERSITY

Humboldt Music Academy (707) 826-3411 • hma@humboldt.edu

www.humboldt.edu/studioschool

www.humboldt.edu/hma

HSU College of eLearning & Extended Education

See course and instructor details at

• www.humboldt.edu/extended • (707) 826-3731 • FALL 2013

Language & Culture

RUSSI AN LANGUAGE & CULTURE 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. An optional one unit of credit (WLC 120) is available for these courses for an additional fee. To receive one unit of credit, you must attend and participate in all class meetings. 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 date time fee place instr course credit

Tues./Thurs., Oct. 1-22 5:30-7:30 p.m. $125, plus $50 for optional credit HGH 217 Mie Matsumoto EENC x047, 47221 WLC 120, 47222

SESSION 2 Students must have taken the prerequisite Introduction to Japanese Session 1 or obtain instructor approval in advance. date Tues./Thurs., Oct. 24-Nov. 14 time 5:30-7:30 p.m. fee $125, plus $50 for optional credit place HGH 217 instr Mie Matsumoto course EENC x047, 47223 credit WLC 120, 47224

HSU College of eLearning & Extended Education

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.

EXTENSION

INTRODUCTORY

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 Evans-Romaine, Galina Shatalina, and Joanna Robin. Prentice Hall, 2002.

BEGINNING:

INTERMEDIATE:*

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Mon./Wed., Sept. 9-Oct. 9 time 6:45-8:45 p.m. fee $150 place BSS 204 instr Natalia Novikova course EENC X047, 47228

Mon./Wed., Sept. 9-Oct. 9 time 4:30-6:30 p.m. fee $150 place BSS 204 instr Natalia Novikova course EENC X047, 47229

* 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, and also offers cross-cultural consultations to those relocating to Russia.

• www.humboldt.edu/extended • (707) 826-3731 • FALL 2013

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Language & Culture Nov. 18-22, 2013 � The community is invited to learn about international issues and events FREE ADMISSION! ULTIMA OCCASIONE...your last chance to learn Italian from Giulia. 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.

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., Oct 8-Nov. 14 5:30-7:30 p.m. $125, plus $50 for optional credit FH 163 Giulia Marini EENC X047,47219 WLC 120, 47220

Giulia Marini holds a PhD from the University of Padua (Italy). She came to Humboldt County in 1980 and has taught classes for over 20 years. Recently, Giulia decided to stop teaching at the end of 2013 and will be spending her time in Italy.

• 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 $232. Credit is earned by attending 15 hours of presentations Nov. 18-22. Register for the International Education Colloquium through one of the following: Anthropology 387 (46611) Economics 387 (46538) Geography 387 (46527)

History 387 (46432) Int’l Studies 387 (46541) Political Science 387 (46453)

Pre-event meeting for those enrolled for academic credit: Thursday, Sept. 19 at 7 p.m. in Founders Hall 118. For more information about International Education Week, visit

www.humboldt.edu/iew � or contact HSU Center for International Programs:

(707) 826-4142 �

Tell Me More®: �

Interactive Online

Language Learning � See page 20 in the eLearning section for details about learning a language online.

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HSU College of eLearning & Extended Education

• www.humboldt.edu/extended • (707) 826-3731 • FALL 2013

Professional Development Intermediate Microsoft Word �

Worksheet design, formulas and functions, charts, saving and printing worksheets and workbooks, these are the basic features of Microsoft Excel. Create, name, and save workbooks. Design worksheets that utilize relative and absolute formulas and functions such as Sum, Average, Max, Min and Count. Also compare how chart types communicate different interpretations of data, and use shapes and WordArt to enhance charts. Come learn the basics or expand your knowledge with new tips and techniques.

This intermediate course will go beyond MS Word basics to explore headers and footers, tables, mail merge, clipart, Quick Access tool bar customization, troubleshooting, advanced formatting and more. We will create documents, form letters and envelopes and a flyer. Class sessions will include hands-on practice time, so students are comfortable using the skills when they complete the classes.

date time fee place instr course

Mon, Sept. 16-Oct. 7 6-8 p.m. $75 Eureka: TBD Joan Dvorak EENC X019, 47235

Intermediate Microsoft Excel Go beyond the basics and explore powerful tools available to an intermediate user of Microsoft Excel. Evaluate worksheet design and practice Excel analysis tools such as AutoFilter, PivotTables, and advanced formulas and functions. Participants will analyze data lists utilizing sorting, filtering, subtotals. As time permits, formulas and functions such as If, CountIf, SumIf and Vlookup and what-if analysis and data validation will be presented.

date time fee place instr course

Mon, Oct. 14-Nov. 4 6-8 p.m. $75 Eureka: TBD Joan Dvorak EENC X019, 47236

Joan Dvorak has taught adult professional development classes in Excel for more than 10 years. At Fortuna High School, Joan helped teachers and students utilize Microsoft Office programs for more than 15 years.

HSU College of eLearning & Extended Education

date time fee place instr course

Wed, Thurs., Nov. 6-14 6-8 p.m. $75 Eureka: TBD Alison Ware EENC X019, 47237

EXTENSION

Microsoft Excel Basics �

Ali Ware taught Microsoft Office and other software applications for over 25 years. She has taught at secondary, post-secondary, and professional development levels.

See page 60 for OLLI class

Microsoft Word for Beginners This introductory course will cover the basics of using Microsoft Word 2010. Beginning students will focus on creating personal and business documents. The goal will be to produce documents on your own, and feel at ease while doing it! Included in each session will be practice time. Taught by Ali Ware.

OLLI at HSU classes are open to the community.

• www.humboldt.edu/extended • (707) 826-3731 • FALL 2013

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Professional Development Adobe CreAtive Suite 6 ®

introductory & certificate courses

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REATING DIGITALLY is a simple and satisfying experience when you utilize the tools and functions of Adobe Creative suite 6 (CS6): 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 College of eLearning & Extended Education Adobe Creative Suite Certificate of Completion* upon completion of any three classes (Photoshop and Illustrator, plus either InDesign or Dreamweaver). These Adobe courses will each be offered at least once per academic year. 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 CS6 software from the HSU Bookstore with substantial savings. Students work individually on Macintosh computers. Knowledge of computer basics required.

Intro to Adobe Photoshop® Adobe Photoshop CS6 is the quintessential imaging application for digital camera enthusiasts, professional photographers and other digital media artists.

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.

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 imageediting strategies and techniques.

date time fee place instr course

Tues./Thurs., Aug. 27-Sept. 10 6:30-9 p.m. $135 GH 215 Annie Reid EENC X031, 47230

Intro to Adobe

Illustrator® Illustrator is used extensively for logos, posters, business cards and stationary, technical and free-form illustrations, 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; painting with color, textures and gradients; flowing type to paths; converting any photographic image to outlines and applying special effects. 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.

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Tues./Thurs., Nov. 5-19 6:30-9 p.m. $135 GH 215 Annie Reid EENC X031, 47232

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

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Dreamweaver

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Dreamweaver CS6 makes it possible for anyone to create and upload web pages and sites. This introductory course goes step-by-step through the basic tools, panels and features of this dynamic Adobe web application. Discover links, navigation tabs and widgets. Create a web slideshow. 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!

Intro to Adobe

InDesign

®

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.

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.

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.

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Tues./Thurs., Oct. 15-29 6:30-9 p.m. $135 GH 215 Annie Reid EENC X031, 47231

Tues./Thurs., Dec. 3-17 6:30-9 p.m. $135 GH 215 Annie Reid EENC X031, 47233

COMING IN SPRING 2014:

COMING IN SPRING 2014: AdvAnced Adobe

Photoshop® This one-day course is a beyond-thebasics opportunity to learn the tricks and techniques that maximize the professional potential of Photoshop CS6. The instructor will demonstrate complex features and timesaving actions empowering participants to work in an advanced Photoshop environment. Explore advanced image and color adjustments, retouch and repair techniques, channel features and advanced compositing. Manipulate your images on layers using complete color control. Gain an understanding of color management, ICC profiles and print quality consistency. Learn to manage your metadata including copyright information, files and workflow from within the Adobe Bridge application. No materials are required. Instruction will be demonstrated on a large overhead screen with the hands-on capability to follow each step using supplied files. You will have the opportunity to discuss each stage of the process.

Prerequisite: Introduction to Adobe Photoshop or approval of the instructor.

Adobe Project Workshop Get individualized instruction as you create — from start to finish — a project of your choice using

one or more of the Adobe applications. Create that newsletter template, company logo, design or

digital art project you’ve always wanted to begin, but put off when technical questions arose.

Through in-depth individual instruction, the instructor offers years of

experience to assist you while you complete your individual project. � You will be expected to bring projects to work on in the lab. Project time outside

of class will be necessary. Projects should be pre-approved by instructor.

Prerequisite: Completion of the introduction course in the Adobe

software required, or approval of the instructor.

Class size is limited; early registration is recommended. �

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)

IMAGES © 2012 WITH EXPRESS PERMISSION FROM ADOBE SYSTEMS INCORPORATED

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Managing People: � INCREASING MOTIVATION & PERFORMANCE � 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.

Managing Time, People, & Priorities 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. date Fri., Sept. 6 time 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. fee $75, plus $10 materials fee place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center instr Janet Ruprecht course EENC X009, 47320

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JANET RUPRECHT is the founder of the leadership and team training company, Actions Speak Louder. She provides workshops in professional and personal development. The topics include managing people, time management and prioritization, communication, team building, problem solving, and increasing process efficiencies. These skills are fun to learn and easy to implement right away. These and other workshops can be customized to an organization’s specific needs and taught at your location or an HSU classroom.

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 Fri., Oct. 4 time 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. fee $75, plus $25 materials fee place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center instr Janet Ruprecht course EENC X009, 47321

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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 Fri., Nov. 1 time 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. fee $75, plus $15 materials fee place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center instr Janet Ruprecht course EENC X009, 47322

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MANAGEMENT

NEW SERIES! These workshops are

Powerful Conversations �

designed for experienced managers who want to learn more about current best management practices and to exchange ideas with their peers in vigorous discussions. New supervisors can also benefit. These workshops can be taken individually or as a series. Each class will address an important topic, with an overview of important books and articles, sharing of experience and opinions, some practice, and a chance to plan to implement best practices in the workplace. Reading the books and articles is optional.

Any conversation has the potential to change a career, an organization, a relationship, or a life. Learn to provoke learning, tackle difficult people and tough challenges, and to enrich personal and professional relationships. Learn social strategies that work — what do people really want? What makes a lasting impression? This workshop is inspired by Susan Scott’s book, Fierce Conversations, and Clifford Nass’ The Man Who Lied to his Laptop. We will practice necessary and tough conversations. You are encouraged, but not required, to read these books before or after class. All you need to bring with you is a pen, your experience, and your opinions. date Fri., Nov. 15 time 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. fee $75, plus $20 materials fee place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center instr Janet Ruprecht course EENC X009, 47324

Increasing Emotional Intelligence � For truly effective leaders, emotional intelligence (EQ) is twice as important as IQ, technical skills, and cognitive skills. Learn the five components of emotional intelligence and why good guys finish first. Discover the driving importance of the leader’s emotional behavior on the performance of the organization. Learn to increase the performance of teams. This workshop is inspired by Daniel Goleman’s work on leadership and the biology, psychology, and neuroscience of emotional intelligence. We will practice developing EQ. Reading is optional; however, articles will be provided and an overview presented and discussed in class. You may receive them ahead by e-mailing the instructor at janet.ruprecht@gmail.com. All you need to bring to class is a pen, your experience, and your opinions. date Fri., Oct. 18 time 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. fee $75, plus $20 materials fee place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center instr Janet Ruprecht course EENC X009, 47323

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Best Practices in

Reading People Accurately � Ninety-three percent of communication is nonverbal. Increase your ability to recognize people’s true feelings from their tone, facial expressions, and body language. This workshop is inspired by Paul Ekman’s work on recognizing micro-expressions to decipher emotions and to distinguish between a person’s words and what is being expressed by the body. We will also look at detecting deceit and predicting whether someone is likely to become violent. We will practice reading concealed emotions. You are encouraged, but not required, to read the fascinating books Emotions Revealed and Telling Lies before or after the class. All you need to bring with you is a pen, your experience, and your opinions. date Fri., Dec. 6 time 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. fee $75, plus $20 materials fee place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center instr Janet Ruprecht course EENC X009, 47325

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NOTARY TRAINING FOR NEW & RENEWING CALIFORNIA NOTARIES

Northwestern California is a geographically remote region with a history of severe storms, floods, fires, earthquakes and tsunamis. As a leading resource for regional disaster preparedness, the goal of the Regional Training Institute (RTI) at Humboldt State University is to strengthen the skills of individuals to be able to effectively respond to such emergencies, and contribute to more disasterresilient communities across Northern California. You won’t receive merit badges for taking RTI preparedness classes, but you will learn ways to prepare and respond to protect your family and help your community if a natural hazard turns into a disaster.

Upcoming workshops in your community: • Disasters Don’t Wait: Have Your Supply Kits Ready • Food Safety & Nutrition During Disasters

Community Emergency Response Teams (CERT) Training: In this 23-hour course, you will learn basic disaster response skills using curriculum developed by FEMA Emergency Management Institute and augmented with information specific to the northwestern California. After training, CERT members are prepared to assist their community, neighborhood or workplace in times of disaster when professional responders are not immediately available.

For more information on courses and upcoming dates in Del Norte, Humboldt, Mendocino, Siskiyou and Trinity Counties:

www.humboldt.edu/rti 707-499-0754

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. 25 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, 47234)

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

www.humboldt.edu/extended/notary REGISTER EARLY: COURSE MATERIALS WILL BE MAILED * This training is offered through the HSU College of eLearning & 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.

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Professional Development Presented by Humboldt County Department of Health & Human Services, Social Services Branch

and Humboldt State University Office of Distance & Extended Education �

Child Abuse

Mandated Reporter Training FRIDAY, OCT. 25

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. Cara Barnes, M.A., psychology, is a social worker in the Emergency Response Unit. Jed Mefford, MSW, is a social worker supervisor at Child Welfare Services. 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.

REGISTER BY MON., OCT. 21. fee

instr course credit

CEUs

$30 (includes lunch); $25 additional for credit or CEUs (optional) Cara Barnes & Jed Mefford EENC X021, 47335 NURS X480,* .5 unit (CR/NC), 47338; EED/SED X701, .5 unit (CR/NC), 47339/47340 MFT,** EENC X088, 47337; LCSW,** EENC X087, 47336

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*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.”

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New Designs FOR Fundraising CERTIFICATE PROGRAM BEGINNING IN JANUARY 2014 This four-course certificate will offer broad education for nonprofit organizations, development departments and individuals interested in creating or strengthening fundraising efforts. The courses will help participants develop a more comprehensive view of nonprofit fundraising, explore principles of fund raising, case statements, fundraising strategies, donor development and engagement, annual campaigns, major gift campaigns and special events. To be included on the interest list, contact:

College of eLearning & Extended Education (707) 826-3731 extended@humboldt.edu

**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.

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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

Tues., Aug. 27-Sept. 10 7-8:10 p.m. $35 HGH 226 John Yamas EENC X036, 47225

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.

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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 time fee place instr course

Tues., Sept. 17-Oct. 29 7-8:30 p.m. $70 HGH 226 John Yamas EENC x036, 47226

John Yamas: See biography on the left, under “Sheng Zhen Healing Qigong.”

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BY GEOFF CAIN

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Many students are taking online classes at Humboldt State University. Online learning is no longer “distance” learning; the majority of our online students are from the local North Coast region. Despite the fact that onlinelearningrequiresmorestudentmotivationandcommitment,online learning is increasingly popular. Here are six reasons why students are choosing online courses:

FLEXIBILITY

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REDUCED COST

Online students can work on their courses and listen to lectures between jobs, appointments and other classes. They can access course materials 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Course work can be done around family schedules, and students can study on their phone, laptop or anywhere else they have an Internet connection.

Attending online courses eliminates the expenses of gasoline, bus fares, and parking fees. Some instructors use online, free, openly licensed text books, further reducing the cost of attendance. When instructors accept papers online, students and schools save printing costs.

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Students in online classes tend to communicate more thoughtfully. Some students find it difficult to speak in class. Posting to an online discussion forum allows students to take their time and formulate their thoughts in ways that the face-to-face classroom environment may not allow. In our experiences with teaching online, we have found that we actually know our online students better than many of our face-to-face students because of the social dimension of online learning. Students often find that online classes can provide more personalized attention.

ACCESSIBILITY

For some disabled students, attending courses on campus can be challenging. In an online environment, the other students and the teacher may not know that the online student has a disability. In turn, that can make online classes more attractive to students with special needs. In addition, students who are nonnative English speakers can review an online lecture multiple times or review complex concepts at their own pace.

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Six Reasons Students Take Online Classes

NETWORKING & TECHNOLOGY SKILLS

Students who take online classes become more proficient and comfortable with using computers. Through assignments, discussion forums and group projects, students can learn to connect with one another online and with information in meaningful and useful ways. Skills like these are in demand by employers. Some students prefer to learn in the same medium they are using for managing information and communication in their life outside of school.

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ONLINE LEARNING CREATES OPTIONS

If a student needs to take a class to graduate, they will have the option to take it online. Students who take online classes are more likely to take classes to update their professional skills later in their careers. They will already have the ability to participate in online training and webinars offered by future employers or universities.

GEOFF CAIN is the Director of Academic Technology for the College of eLearning & Extended Education at Humboldt State University. A version of this article appeared in the Eureka Times-Standard and his blog at www.geoffcain.com

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Are you ready for online classes? Skills for success

Minimum hardware & software requirements

The same skills needed for success in face-to-face courses are needed in online courses, but research shows that the following are particularly important for online learners: • Motivation and self-discipline: There is often no set schedule to online classes. You must make a real commitment to your assignments and deadlines. • Time management: Use Google Calendar. • Effective and appropriate communication: Your online classes are an academic environment, so communicate accordingly. • Collaborative working skills: In an online course, participation in online study groups and discussions can make all the difference.

You will need: • �access to a computer, a tablet or a smart phone. • Internet access. • �word processing capability (Microsoft Word, Pages, Google Docs, or other). • �a web browser (Firefox [recommended for Moodle], Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Safari or other)

You may need: • video recording capability (webcam, digital camera, smartphone or tablet) For specific questions about the technical suitability of your equipment for taking online courses, contact the HSU Help Desk: 707-8264357 or help@humboldt.edu.

Technology skills To take online courses, it’s important to know how to: • �use a web browser to access websites and follow links on web pages. • �use a word processor to create and save documents. • send and reply to e-mail messages. • attach files to e-mail messages. • type at least 25 w.p.m.

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What’s Moodle? Moodle is the Learning Management System used at HSU for many of its online courses. To access Moodle, go to learn.humboldt.edu in your web browser. Sign in through myHumboldt with your HSU ID and password. To learn more about the MyHumboldt portal, logging into Moodle and other Moodle features, see the “Student Introduction to Moodle” video tutorials at www.humboldt. edu/its/moodle-video-tutorials. Once you are logged into Moodle, you can access the free Student Guide. You can find this by selecting Moodle Support in the top left hand corner of the main Moodle page. Click the button “Enroll Me.” This authenticates you as a student and is free of charge. The Student Guide offers detailed information and videos on using Moodle.

Getting help with Moodle If you have technical questions about Moodle, you may visit the Moodle Office in Library 315, or call 707-826-3633. The Moodle Office is open Mon.-Fri., 7 a.m.5 p.m. The Moodle Office can also assist using Team Viewer for remote questions. If you have an assignment question, contact your professor. An example: “I don’t understand what you are asking on question 5.” The Moodle Office cannot answer course questions or make changes to course content. A few things about Moodle you should know: • Moodle will log you out for security reasons after 20 minutes of inactivity. Moodle will clock you out after two hours. • Moodle can’t be used to store your files. Copy or download them to your computer or thumb drive. • Don’t share personal contact information on Moodle. • HSU and Moodle will never e-mail you for your user name and password, or other personal information. If you receive an e-mail request like this, contact the Help Desk at 707-826-4357. The Help Desk can also help you with passwords or log-in issues. More things to know about Moodle may be found in the Student Guide on learn.humboldt.edu.

ONLINE COURSES & PROGRAMS: FALL 2013 Below is a partial list of online courses and programs available through Humboldt State University College of eLearning & Extended Education. Courses marked “OU” are regular university courses available through Open University and to matriculated HSU students. Courses on this list are subject to change. For the latest online and hybrid courses at HSU, see the HSU catalog at www.humboldt.edu/extended/online H ANTH 104: Cultural Anthropology (3 units, OU) � H ANTH 302: Anthropology of Religion (3 units, OU) � H BA 250: Financial Accounting (4 units, OU, p. 66) � H CE Credits Online (p. 23) � H Certificate in Faculty Preparation (p. 22) � H Ecotourism Certificate Program (p. 26) � H Exercise Nutrition Certificate Program (p. 21) � H GSP 216: Intro to Remote Sensing (3 units, OU) � H HED 231: Basic Human Nutrition (3 units, OU, p. 74) � H Institutional Research Graduate Certificate (p. 22) � H JMC 302: Mass Media & Popular Arts (3 units, OU) � H Legal Secretary Certificate Course (p. 20) � H PSCI 110: American Government (3 units, OU, p. 74) � H PSYC 104: Intro to Psychology (3 units, OU, p. 74) � H PSYC 100: Psychology of Critical Thinking (3 units, OU, p. 74) � H SW 104: Introduction to Social Work (3 units, OU) � H Social Work Online BA & MSW (pp. 24-25) � H Tell Me More Online Language Learning (p. 20) �

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Interactive Online 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? Award-winning Tell Me More® delivers an engaging and innovative learning experience. Enjoy language learning in a lab, in class, at home, or anywhere else there is an internet connection, at your own pace, and take advantage of language learning with business and career specific supplemental content.

ONLINE

LEGAL SECRETARY

Certificate Course This intensive 7-week online program is designed for both beginning and experienced secretaries who are interested in improving their skills and working more efficiently within the law office.

Noncredit: EENC X075 (47343) ............................. $75

Students will study such topics as legal terminology; legal process; jurisdiction and venue; ethics; written communications including letters, pleadings, discovery, notices and motions; filing procedures, billing and accounting; time management; records management; an overview of commonly used word and data processing programs; legal research; memoranda preparation, and citation format.

Credit (1 unit, 47344) .......... See options below $232

Fee: $575 (Texts are not included)

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

The College of eLearning & Extended Education at Humboldt State University has teamed up with the Center for Legal Studies (CLS) to offer this online certificate course.

German, French, Italian, Spanish, Dutch and English as a Second Language (ESL) are all available to learn online. For semester-long access, register now. (Students registering for 1 unit of credit are required to meet time/progress benchmarks.)

For course details and to register, contact

The Center for

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Certificate in Exercise Nutrition is offered to students and working professionals who wish to expand their knowledge of the complex relationship between nutrition

eLEARNING

An ONLINE

and exercise. APPLICATIONS TO START THE CERTIFICATE PROGRAM WILL BE ACCEPTED BEGINNING JULY 19. 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. This Certificate is 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 are given assignments, quizzes and projects with required due dates submitted electronically. Each course has an online midterm and final examination to be completed during specific identified periods of time.

Nutrition for Athletic Performance

Optimal Bone & Muscle Development

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

Explore 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 fee place instr course

Aug. 26-Dec. 20 $696 Online Munoz HED 342, 3 units, 44489

Weight Control HED 344. Offered in spring 2014.

date fee place instr course

Aug. 26-Dec. 20 $696 Online Dobrowolski HED 446, 3 units, 45371

Pharmacology & Chemical Ergogenic Aids KINS 447. Offered in spring 2014.

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

kathy.munoz@humboldt.edu

www.humboldt.edu/exercisenutrition

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Professional Development teac hing at in d e t s e r e t In IVERSIT Y? N U r o E G E L a COL

ONLINE CERTIFICATE IN

FACULT Y PREPARATION:

Teaching in Higher Education This three-semester, 12-unit ONLINE certif icate program introduces prospective and current faculty to the teaching, learning and technology issues in the college classroom. Courses are taken sequentially:

JULY 8-AUG. 16: EDUC X507: Foundations of Teaching in Higher Education (3 units) Instructor: Kathy Munoz, Ed.D., R.D.

AUG. 19-OCT. 11: EDUC X508: Student Centered Design (3 units) Instructor: Jayne McGuire, PhD

OCT. 14-DEC. 13: EDUC X509: Instructional Planning & Pedagogical Practice (3 units) Instructor: Tasha Souza, PhD

SPRING 2014: EDUC X510: Apprentice Teaching (2 units) Instructor: Ann Diver-Stamnes, PhD

EDUC X511: Reflective Practice Seminar (1 unit) Instructor: Ann Diver-Stamnes, PhD For course descriptions, schedule, deadlines, fees and more:

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institutional research graduate certificate A new online program starting in spring 2014 This interdisciplinary 18-unit certificate program will provide an introduction to the field of institutional research. This online program forms a solid base for those pursuing as well as starting a career in institutional research, who want to advance their knowledge. The program is also for students and entrylevel career professionals interested in exploring the discipline of institutional research. Three online courses are included in the Certificate: PSYC 550: Introduction to Institutional Research Overview of the field of institutional research, planning and assessment and data analysis. PSYC 551: Applied Research in Higher Education Quantitative and qualitative research methods to analyze institutional databases and assess university outcomes. PSYC 552: Diversity Research in Institutional Research Primary research in a university/institutional setting with required Institutional Review Board procedures, quantitative and qualitative research methods, statistical tools. The Certificate Program also includes three units of internship in an Institutional Research Office. For further details: Dr. Jacqueline Honda jacque.honda@humboldt.edu www.humboldt.edu/ceee/ircertificate

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Professional Development

CE Credits Online provides university-accredited, high-quality, standards-based, 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 researchbased 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 user-friendly. Courses are fully-administrated with one-onone asynchronous instruction and unparalleled customer ser vice and technical suppor t.

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.

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ONLINE continuing education and professional development for TEACHERS and ADMINISTRATORS

ONLINE COURSES INCLUDE: • Giving Directives That Students Will Follow • Stopping Disruptive Behavior

• Improving English Language Instruction through Use of Technology: K-12 Teachers

• Conducting the Parent Conference

• Developing Listening Comprehension in English Language Learners

• Today’s Classroom: Foundations of and Current Trends in Education

• ELL Language Assessment & Related Issues in the K-12 Classroom: An Introduction

• Coaching to Improve Teaching & Learning

• Transforming Instruction with Interactive Whiteboard Systems, An Overview

• Coaching to Improve Reading • Rights & Responsibilities in the Disciplinary Process • Differentiating Instruction in the Classroom • How to “Read and Write” in Math: Improving Problem Solving and Communication in Mathematics

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

• Teaching English Language Learners (ELL): An Introduction • English Language Learners in Your Classroom

• Transforming Social Studies with Interactive Whiteboard Systems

• ELL Reading:Teaching Strategies for K-12

• Choice Theory in the Classroom: Where Every Student Can Succeed

• Content-based Instructional Strategies for ELL

• Creating Compassionate Schools

More information:

www.cecreditsonline.org

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SOCIAL WORK

Online B.A. at a Glance

Who Should Apply?

• APPLY TO THE CSU BY NOVEMBER 30 TO START CLASSES IN AUGUST!

It doesn’t matter where you live or work, you can still earn your B.A. or MSW online from Humboldt State University. This online program is designed for professionals already working in the field as well as first-time college students. Applicants from diverse backgrounds are welcomed, including those with personal experience of engaging in public mental health services. Students should be able to attend the live Monday night web sessions, visit campus as required for their program, and be able to dedicate 25 hours a week to the part-time program and 40 hours a week to a fulltime program.

• 2- OR 3-YEAR ACADEMIC PLANS AVAILABLE • VISIT CAMPUS FOR ORIENTATION IN AUGUST AND A PRACTICE INTENSIVE IN APRIL • THIS IS A DEGREE COMPLETION PROGRAM

Online MSW at a Glance • APPLY BY AUGUST 31 TO START CLASSES IN THE 3 1/2-YEAR PROGRAM IN JANUARY! • IF YOU ALREADY HAVE YOUR BASW/BSW FROM A CSWE­ ACCREDITED PROGRAM, YOU ARE ELIGIBLE TO APPLY TO THE 2-YEAR ADVANCED STANDING PROGRAM. APPLY BY JANUARY 31 TO START CLASSES IN JUNE! • VISIT CAMPUS FOR 5 DAYS EACH JANUARY FOR ORIENTATION, COMMUNITY BUILDING AND SKILL DEVELOPMENT.

“I chose the social work program at Humboldt State because it combines academic coursework and practical experience. My field internship really reinforced what I was learning in class. It also encouraged me to explore different areas of social work and it gave me experience that will be beneficial, regardless of which area of social work I pursue.” — Laura Power, MSW

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Professional Development

What can I do with a degree in Social Work? • PSYCHIATRIC SOCIAL WORK

• ADOPTION

• CLINICAL SOCIAL WORK

• FAMILY PLANNING

B.A. Admission Requirements

• COMMUNITY ORGANIZING

• PROBATION

• HOME HEALTH

• TRIBAL SOCIAL SERVICES

• SOCIAL SERVICE ADMIN.

• PUBLIC POLICY

• Students must have a cumulative GPA of 2.0 and have completed all required pre-requisite courses, as listed on the department website, to be fully accepted to the program.

• HOSPICE WORK

• MENTAL HEALTH

• SCHOOL SOCIAL WORK

• CHILD WELFARE

• SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNSELING

What should I expect from a distributed learning program?

• Students must apply to CSU by November 30 and complete the social work major application form with a personal statement by Jan. 31 to be considered for fall program admission. Provisional status may be granted to any student who does not fully meet these requirements.

eLEARNING

ONLINE B.A. & MSW

MSW Admission Requirements

• ENGAGE WITH PROFESSORS AND FELLOW STUDENTS THROUGH THE USE OF LIVE WEBCASTS, CHATS, WEB TOURS, SMALL GROUP DISCUSSIONS, SHARED PROJECTS AND VIRTUAL ROLE PLAYS.

• Baccalaureate degree from an accredited higher education institution

• LIVE WEB SESSIONS EVERY MONDAY NIGHT AND WEEKLY MODULES THAT YOU COMPLETE ON YOUR OWN SCHEDULE.

• Completion with a grade of “C” or better in elementary statistics (Math, Psychology or Sociology)

• HAVE THE SUPPORT OF A REGIONALLY-PLACED MENTOR AND COMMUNITY OF LEARNERS. • YOU’LL NEED BASIC E-MAIL AND WORD PROCESSING SKILLS, HIGH-SPEED INTERNET ACCESS, A WEB CAM, A HEADSET WITH A MICROPHONE AND A COMPUTER THAT IS LESS THAN 3 YEARS OLD.

• GPA of 3.0 or better on a scale of 4.0 for the last 60 hours of course work

• Completion with a grade of “C” or better in a course related to Native American Studies. This course must include a general introduction to the history of Native Peoples of America and the unique and sovereign relationship between tribal nations and local, state and federal governments. • Complete California State University (Humboldt campus) Graduate Admissions application and submit to Office of Graduate Studies. • Complete the MSW program application and submit to HSU social work department.

Funding for this program is made possible through grants provided by the Mental Health Services Act, the Superior Region Mental Health Workforce, Education and Training Partnership and CalSWEC.

CONTACT THE HSU FINANCIAL AID OFFICE TO SEE WHAT HELP MIGHT BE AVAILABLE! WWW.HUMBOLDT.EDU/FINAID

For additional requirements, visit www.humboldt.edu/socialworkonline or call (707) 826-4438 HSU College of eLearning & Extended Education

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Ecotourism Planning & Management C e r t i f i c a t e

P r o g r a m

The Program This program is for those interested in careers in the rapidly growing field of ecological tourism. The program offers an 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 • Principles of ecology-based tourism • The tourism planning process • The role of ecotourism in community development • The role of education and interpretation in ecotourism • Sustainable architectural and site designs • Principles of tour guiding and itinerary planning • How to identify and market the ecotourist

About the Instructor Michael Sweeney, AICP, is a certified environmental planner and primary instructor for the program courses. He was 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. He has emphasized the principles of sustainable and responsible community-based tourism for over 30 years. 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. 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.

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

FALL 2013 – Aug. 26-Dec. 20: COURSE 1 Introduction to Ecotourism Planning & Management EMP x218 (4 units optional) • EENC x060, $500 + $200 for credit

A virtual “guided tour” of 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 correspondence and discussion with the instructor and other students. The “waiting for the bus” forum allows posting of current news or bulletins. One text is required.

SPRING 2014 – Jan. 21-May 9: COURSE 2 Issues of Sustainability & Responsibility – Directed Readings EMP x318 (3 units, optional) • EENC x061, $350 + $150 for credit

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 2014 – June 2-Sept. 12: 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, 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 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. Moodle will be used for posting questions, ideas, information, draft study plans, and final project. No texts are required. Prerequisite: Courses 1 and 2 (see below), or instructor approval.

More details: www.humboldt.edu/ecotour • www.humboldt.edu/extended • (707) 826-3731 • FALL 2013

HSU Centennial � Humboldt State is Turning 100! Legislation creating Humboldt State Normal School was formally signed on June 16, 1913. The School opened for classes the next year, on April 6, 1914. Now, Humboldt State University’s Centennial Celebration is just around the corner. It’s almost time to celebrate this once-in-a-lifetime occasion. The fun starts in August 2013 !

Special Events

Share Your Story

• HSU’s 100th Birthday Festival—Aug. 24, 2013 • Homecoming & Family Weekend—Sept. 27–28, 2013 • Dance of the Century—April 2014

Have a favorite memory about HSU — maybe a favorite professor or class experience? Share your story and photos today at the Centennial website. You can also email your information to alumni@humboldt.edu or mail to:

Beyond Arcata Activities and Projects � • • • • • • • • • • • •

Centennial Lecture Series Documentary Video Reunions College and Library Showcases A Play About Von Humboldt’s Life New Ceremonial Mace and Flag Exhibit at Eureka’s Clarke Museum Centennial Merchandise in Bookstore HSU History Talks Musical Composition Commemorative Art Print Centennial Commencement

Humboldt Alumni 1 Harpst St. • Arcata, CA 95521-8299

Birthday Events throughout the country— watch for a full schedule at the Centennial website.

Items may be featured online or in print. Please limit to 300 words and 5 photos.

To share a story or see the latest updates, event information and more, visit

www.humboldt.edu/100 Or visit us on Facebook

www.facebook.com/HSU100

And much more …

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University Edventures

Are you age 60 or older?

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 $53/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.

STUDY ABROAD!

Plan ahead for Summer 2014 Afissos, Greece

Earn units in painting, drawing and art history during this six-week summer intensive studio/art history program. Short tours of Athens, the Acropolis and Delphi and four weeks of an intensive studio program in the village of Afissos. Contact Teresa Stanley: tjs1@humboldt.edu.

Belize

Earn units in anthropology while learning archaeological techniques and visiting ancient ruins. Contact: Dr. Marisol Cortes-Rincon or 826-4335, mc479@humboldt.edu. For further information, see www.humboldt.edu/belize

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.

China/Tibet

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.

Summer 2014 primate field study at La Selva Biological Field Station in Costa Rica. Learn about New World primate behavior, ecology and conservation, primatology field techniques, Costa Rican culture. Nine units (tentative) in anthropology. Visit www.humboldt.edu/costaricaprimate

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

College of eLearning & Extended Education

(707) 826-3731

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Summer field project exploring sacred landscapes. Earn units in geography while traveling, exploring and studying northwest China and Tibet. Contact Toni Rossi: afr2@humboldt.edu.

Costa Rica

Dominican Republic

Hands-on summer immersion in resilient community technologies, language and culture. Earn units of academic credit in Spanish and engineering. Contact Lonny Grafman, lonny@humboldt.edu or call 826-3649. Visit www.practivistas.org for more details.

Montpellier, France

Earn units in intensive French language and cultural study during this four-week summer program in Southern France. Contact Dr. Budig-Markin: vb1@humboldt.edu. See also www.humboldt.edu/wlc/french/montpellier.html

Quito, Ecuador

Earn units of academic credit in Spanish language, culture and civilization in this 10-week full immersion summer program in conjunction with the Universidad Technológica Equinoccial (UTE). Live with an Ecuadorian family, visit cultural and natural sites. More info: www.humboldt.edu/wlc/spanish/quito.html

Find out more about study abroad opportunities by contacting the HSU Center for International Programs:

707-826-4142 or international@humboldt.edu or visit www.humboldt.edu/goabroad • www.humboldt.edu/extended • (707) 826-3731 • FALL 2013

College of eLearning & Extended Education 1 Harpst St., Arcata, CA 95521 • Phone 707.826.3731 • extended@humboldt.edu • www.humboldt.edu/extended

RegiStRAtion FoRm: FALL 2013 (Not valid for Open University)

PLEASE PRINT LEgIBLY

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Mailing Address

City

E-mail Address (required)

State

Telephone

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

Have you ever been enrolled at HSU? o YES o NO Enter any other name you have used: __________________________________________________________________ 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 Hispanic or Latino o Two or more races/ethnicities o Asian o Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander o Decline to state o Black or African American o White

CLASS #

UnitS (optional)

Fee

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

ID#:

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.

Term:

CoURSe inFoRmAtion

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PAYment inFoRmAtion

Zip Code

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

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First:

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

o CHeCK: Make payable to HSU

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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:

College of elearning & 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 College of eLearning & 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:

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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 College of elearning & 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 College of eLearning & 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 College of eLearning & Extended Education: (707) 826-3731 HSU is an AA/EO Employer.

OLLI

PLEASE JOIN US!

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S AT. , A U G U S T 1 7 1-3 p.m., Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center

• • 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 or 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.

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

Meet OLLI Faculty Register for Fall Classes

DATES TO REMEMBER Aug. 1 �������������� New OLLI membership year begins: REMEMBER TO RENEW! Aug. 17 ������������Fall Open House Oct. 4 ������������� Deadline for Spring 2014 course proposals Oct. 5 �������������� Pastels on the Plaza Mid Dec. ��������� SPRING OLLI course bulletins in the mail

• www.humboldt.edu/olli • (707) 826-5880 • FALL 2013

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

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

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COURSES: FALL 201 3 Courses are listed by day of the week, then chronologically. Course descriptions begin on page 34.

OLLI members have first priority to register for courses.

REGISTRATION FORM ON PAGE 63 ®

MONDAY The Universe in a Nutshell � Tai Chi Made EZ: Session 1 � Gentle Yoga: Session 2 � Our Pathways to Health � Mid-life & Beyond � Judging the Supreme Court � Tai Chi Made EZ: Session 2 � Born to Move! Your Inner Exerciser � Gentle Yoga: Session 4 � Nepal �

Sept. 9, 16, 23, 30, Oct. 7, 14 Sept. 9, 16, 23, 30, Oct. 7, 14 Oct. 7, 14, 21 Oct. 7, 14, 21, 28, Nov. 4, 11 Oct. 7, 14, 21 Oct. 7, 14, 21 Oct. 21, 28, Nov. 4, 11, 18, 25 Oct. 28, Nov. 4 Dec. 2, 9, 16 Dec. 2

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Sept. 3, 5 (Thurs.), 10, 12 (Thurs.) Sept. 3, 10, 17 Sept. 3, 10, 17, 24 Sept. 3, 10, 17, 24 Sept. 10, 17, 24 Sept. 10, 17, 24, 31, Oct. 8, 15 Sept. 17, 24, Oct. 1, 8, 15, 22 Oct. 1, 3 (Thurs.), 8 Oct. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, Nov. 5, 12 Oct. 8, 15, 22, 29 Oct. 15, 22, 29, Nov. 5 Oct. 22, 29, Nov. 5, 12, 19, Dec. 3 Oct. 22, 29, Nov. 5, 12, 19 Oct. 29, Nov. 5 Nov. 5, 12, 19 Nov. 5, 12, 26, Dec. 3, 10 Nov. 12, 19, 26

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

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Aug. 28, Sept. 25, Oct. 23 Sept. 4, Oct. 2, Nov. 6, Dec. 4 Sept. 4, 11, 18, 25, Oct. 2, 9 Sept. 11, Oct. 9, Nov. 13 Sept. 18, Oct. 16 Sept. 25, Oct. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, Nov. 6 Oct. 2

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TUESDAY MS Word for Beginners � Cultural History of Europe � Impressionists on the Water � Beginner’s French � Gentle Yoga: Session 1 � Close to the Bone: Writing � A Community of Writers � Instruments for Navigation � Life & Films of Stanley Kubrick � Humboldt County Folklore � Intergovernmental Organizations � Writing as a Spiritual Journey � Photography 101 � Discovering Mexico � Gentle Yoga: Session 3 � Fiction Writing Workshop � Post-Totalitarian Societies �

WEDNESDAY Creating Community Assets � HSU Centennial: 100 Years at HSU � Pilates Plus: Session 1 � Creative Aging & Life Beyond 50 � HSU Highlights � Memoir: Writing Your Life Story � Native Plants of the Headwaters �

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THURSDAY Take it Slow: Take the Train Winterize Your Wildlife Garden Ink, Brush, Pen Fingerpainting on Your iPad 1 Alexander von Humboldt Digital Storytelling Moving your Words (Eureka) Writing your Life (Eureka) Russian Alaska: 1730 to 1870 SoulCollage® Fingerpainting on Your iPad 2 The History and Mystery of Pi American Civil War Conversational French Trouble in Paradise Mushroom Walk Intercultural Communication Book Arts

FRIDAY Start the Press: Media History Our WWII Home Front Friendly Fire Colombia

SATURDAY Earthquakes & Tsunamis Salute to Seniors Genealogy & Family History Greenwood Cemetery Peace Corps for Boomers Sequoia Park Zoo Genetics for Genealogy Research Water Safety: Beach Watch Southwestern Klamath County Humboldt Links to Golden Gate Armchair Traveler: West Side Road OLLI at HSU

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HSU Centennial: 100 Years at HSU

Conversations on Creative Aging & Living Life Beyond 50

Join Humboldt State University Special Collections librarian Joan Berman to explore the relationship of Humboldt State University to the communities and places of Humboldt County as documented by Humboldt Room collections. She will be joined by key players in the stories. Sept. 4 The First Centennial Project: The book, Humboldt State University, by Katy Tahja, 2010, provided the HSU collections staff a crash course in organizing the university’s historical photos. Oct. 2 Homecoming Over the Years: Gain insight on why HSU still has a football team as well as other athletic events from Rowing on the Bay to the Clam Beach Run. Nov. 6 Training Teachers has been a core community service from the Normal School to the College Elementary School (CES) to HSU College of Education. Dec. 4 Visual & Performing Arts in Humboldt County as a legacy of Homer P. Balabanis, faculty member, dean, administrator at Humboldt State University 1923-1963. The series will continue in the Spring. Joan Berman has been a librarian at Humboldt State University since 1972 with prior experience as a children’s librarian in the Bay area and a reference Librarian at UC Berkeley. She became head of the HSU Library Humboldt Room in 1997.

Join HSU Alumni for conversations on creative aging – the challenges, choices, realities and possibilities of living life to the fullest. Each month a member of our community who graduated from HSU 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. Sept. 11 John and Natali McClurg are the owners of Fire & Light Originals. John earned his degree in business from HSU and Natali earned her social science degree specializing in psychoneuroimmunology. Before they purchased Fire & Light in 1996, John was a CPA and Natali was a mom and a hospice nurse. Oct. 9 Sam Pennisi graduated from HSU in 1969 in forest management and completed his masters in landscape architecture and environmental planning from Utah State. He returned to HSU and taught an environmental planning course for 12 years, and served on the Arcata City Council for 16 years including a term as mayor. Today Sam and his wife Sharon Ferrett, own and operate the Lady Anne Bed & Breakfast in Arcata. Nov. 13 Julie Fulkerson has multiple degrees from HSU including bachelor’s degrees in German, English and music, secondary teaching and counseling credentials and a masters in psychology with an MFCC license. Julie served as Humboldt County third district supervisor as well as mayor and city council member in Arcata and Trinidad. As founder of Plaza Design and Cascadia Leadership Training, Julie is a community and business development consultant.

All sessions are noon-1:30 p.m. at the Humboldt Bay Aquatics Center, Eureka For full presentation descriptions, visit www.humboldt.edu/olli

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Highlights of Humboldt State

Creating Community Assets: A Community Forum

Humboldt State University has 100 years of rich history. Join OLLI for an insider’s look at some of the programs and activities that currently contribute to the outstanding reputation of Humboldt State University in higher education. Sept. 18 Women Athletes of HSU: History is written through the eyes of the victors, which means the tales of women athletes got short shrift at HSU for much of the last century. No more. Freelance writer Carol Harrison was a high school sophomore when Title IX became law in 1972. She went on to spend 25 years as a college women’s basketball coach at three institutions. Her anecdotes and experiences – 16 years of them at HSU – should make for a lively retrospective of gender equity highs and lows. Oct. 16 A Clean Energy Future: Hear what the Schatz Energy Research Center (SERC) at HSU is doing to implement clean energy. Learn about local and global efforts at SERC to bring clean and renewable energy to Humboldt County and beyond. Richard Engel is a senior research engineer at SERC. His recent work includes renewable energy research and teaching in El Salvador and India. This year he turns 50 and looks forward to joining the OLLI community

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SPECIAL PRESENTATION

Ghosts of Humboldt Bay Oct. 30 Join Ray Hillman and your friends at OLLI for a spooky afternoon of ghost stories about Eureka buildings and strange occurrences aboard boats in our bay.

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Individuals and groups in Humboldt County have visualized and created positive change resulting in programs and businesses such as Access Humboldt, Pathways to Health, Open Door Clinic, Visiting Angels, Kokotat, Wing Inflatables, Arts Alive, Fire & Light, and Baroni Jewelry, as well as environmental achievements represented by the Lost Coast Preservation, the Arcata Marsh, the Community Forest, Humboldt Baykeepers, and the thriving oyster business. 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. Aug. 28 Our Pathways to Health: Pathways to Health is known in Humboldt County for its popular programs addressing chronic health challenges. Michelle Comeau, its operations coordinator, will explore the program’s goals, successes and growth. Sept. 25 The Eureka Zoo: How did the small city of Eureka create and maintain a nationallyaccredited zoo? Gretchen Ziegler, zoo manager, will share how the Sequoia Zoo got started, its evolution, and the many programs it sponsors today, along with insight into its future. Oct. 23 The Arcata Eye: Local newspapers have become an endangered species, which will become evident as Kevin Hoover, editor/owner, relates how he came to publish this weekly newspaper – a tale of entrepreneurial adventure, talent and hard work.

All sessions are noon-1:30 p.m. at the Humboldt Bay Aquatics Center, Eureka To reserve your free seat for any session, call OLLI at 826-5880, or stop by room 208 during OLLI office hours at HBAC to reserve a seat.

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KLAMATH COUNTY

GREENWOOD CEMETERY: SHUSTER COLLECTION, HUMBOLDT STATE UNIVERSITY LIBRARY

The Stories Beneath the Headstones:

GREENWOOD CEMETERY Visit the Greenwood Cemetery in Arcata, the resting place

for some of the county’s most colorful individuals.

We’ll walk to more than a dozen graves steeped in significance,

and then learn the stories associated with the headstones.

We’ll learn of Molly Brock, one of the last survivors of the

virtually unknown Mawenok lndian tribe; of the Scribner

family and its double tragedy; of the Bulwinkles, Bairs and

Beaches, and how they came to put their names upon the map.

We’ll walk several hundred yards on level ground

and will always be near a resting place.

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 water and a lunch. date Sat., Oct. 5 time 1-3 p.m. fee/members $30/nonmembers $55 (47403) place Greenwood Cemetery instr Jerry and Gisela Rohde Jerry and Gisela Rohde have taught OLLI courses every semester since its beginning. They have hiked, biked and driven through most of Humboldt County and recorded much of what they’ve seen. They have written three guidebooks to the North Coast and frequently offer tours and PowerPoint presentations about the local human and natural history. They have never met an old road, bridge, or building they didn’t like. OLLI at HSU

One hundred and fifty years ago, Humboldt County went no farther north than the mouth of the Mad River. To the north was Klamath County, which had its first county seat at Trinidad. We’ll take a look at some of the more active spots within the old county’s southwestern confines, including the mill town of Bulwinkle (later Crannell), the logging camps of Lindsay Creek, scenic highway construction near Trinidad, and the assaults by fire and water on Big Lagoon. Klamath County went bankrupt, but within its boundaries are historical riches waiting for you to rediscover in the current episode of OLLI History Highlights. date Sat., Nov. 2 & 9 time 1-3 p.m. fee/members $45/nonmembers $70 (47404) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka instr Jerry and Gisela Rohde Jerry and Gisela Rohde: See biography under “The Stories Beneath the Headstones,” this page.

The Armchair Traveler:

THE WEST SIDE ROAD It was the first real road up the Eel River. Very little of it still exists today. But climb aboard your armchairs and let OLLI take you back to the days of the West Side Road, which ran from Grizzly Bluff to Camp Grant and passed such seldom-recalled places as the Weymouth Inn, Brown’s Camp, Laurel Bottoms, and Monument Creek. We’ll go up the river in style, letting the wonders of PowerPoint and dozens of dazzling photos show us the way. Your armchair, as always, awaits you. date Sat., Dec. 14 time 1-3 p.m. fee/members $30/nonmembers $55 (47405) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka instr Jerry and Gisela Rohde Jerry and Gisela Rohde: See biography under “The Stories Beneath the Headstones,” this page.

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OLLI NORTH COAST AVIATORS This class will delve into the history and development of aviation on the North Coast, beginning as early as 1893 with the development of flight technology by early local pioneers. Learn about members of our community who became “captivated by flight” after the start of World War II. These include Dayton Murray – who founded the Humboldt Aero Club and worked to establish Murray Field – and local boy Blaine Selvage, who designed, built and flew his own airplane. date Wed., Oct. 23 & 30 time 4-6 p.m. fee/members $45/nonmembers $70 (47372) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka instr Marc Matteoli

HUMBOLDT LINKS to the GOLDEN GATE Explore the potpourri of ties our area shares with the city of San Francisco. Study the products of industry exchanged between Humboldt County and the Bay Area, plus prominent individuals, transportation developments and more of the aspects that tie these two regions together. Included is a 45-minute walking tour in Old Town to examine cast iron architectural elements from San Francisco. 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 water and a lunch. date Sat., Nov. 2 time 9 a.m.-4 p.m. fee/members $40/nonmembers $65 (47407) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka instr Ray 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. He was born and raised in San Francisco with family ties to the city since the 1860s. OLLI at HSU

MURRAY FIELD, SHUSTER COLLECTION, HUMBOLDT STATE UNIVERSITY LIBRARY

Marc Matteoli served as co-editor of the recently published book North Coast Aviators. He is a dedicated aviation enthusiast, local realtor and long-time member of the North Coast Vintage Aviation Society.

Our WWII HOME FRONT � Through lecture, slideshow, artifacts, and an extensive field trip, learn what was going on along the Humboldt County coast during WWII: Japanese submarines, beach patrols, ship yards, Navy/Air Corps bases and more. The field trip will visit sites all around Humboldt Bay with particular concentration on the North Spit. 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 water and a lunch. date Fri./Sat., Oct. 11-12 time Fri.: 5:30-8 p.m. Sat.: 9:30 a.m.-2 p.m. fee/members $65/nonmembers $90 (47406) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka instr Ray Hillman Ray Hillman: See biography under “Humboldt Links to the Golden Gate,” this page.

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FALL 2013 � Using Genetics for

GENEALOGY RESEARCH This course will cover the basic terminology and concepts

used by genetic genealogists. It will explore the realities of

the science and describe its common myths and fallacies.

We will discuss the four types of genetic tests that are helpful

to the family historian, and the ways in which test results

can dovetail with conventional genealogical methods.

This course will help define the researcher’s DNA objectives

and provide pointers to the interpretation of the results.

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time 1-4 p.m.

fee/members $40/nonmembers $65 (47408)

place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

instr Michael Cooley

Michael Cooley has been a genealogical researcher

for more than 35 years. He has published in print and

online and has given presentations in Washington,

DC and Oregon. He is a vice-president of the Cooley

Family Association of America and the administrator

for six surname DNA projects at FamilyTreeDNA.com,

including the Cooley and Bishop projects. He holds

a BA in history from Humboldt State University.

GENEALOGY & Family History

Who are you? You are an individual, but you are also the sum of various parts of your past. In this class, you’ll discover tools to 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. 21-Oct. 5 time 10 a.m.-NOON fee/members $55/nonmembers $80 (47409) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka instr Michael Cooley Michael Cooley: See biography under “Using Genetics for Genealogy Research” on this page.

HUMBOLDT COUNTY FOLKLORE Folklore means a lot of things: myths, tales, jokes, foodways, legends, music, tweets, games, art, music, clothing, and a lot more. Humboldt County’s folklore is expressed in the same way. This class will look at local folklore in all its different forms. In addition, we’ll study the history of folkloric research and how folklore functions in our lives. Join us for a course full of fun as we collect and share folklore.

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Tues., Oct. 8-29 10 a.m.-NOON $65/nonmembers $90 (47418) Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka Renee Ross

Renee Ross has an MA in folklore from UC Berkeley where she studied with master folklorist, Alan Dundes. Her thesis focused on different northwest cultures that shared the traditional indigenous folktale, “Theft of Fire.” Her interests in folklore include a wide range of sub-disciplines including myths, legends, folktales, tall tales, social media, foodways and clothing.

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OLLI Geologic Evidence & American Indian Stories of

EARTHQUAKES & TSUNAMIS

Explore the evidence of earthquakes and tsunamis along the north coast and hear American Indian stories – once thought to be myths – that vividly describe these geologic events. This day-long field trip will begin with a short media presentation at the Redwood National Park Office. Then, as we travel from Orick north to Crescent City, we will make several stops along the coast where the geologic stories of the area and Yurok and Tolowa oral histories will be interwoven. In Crescent City we will discuss and view evidence from the devastating 1964 tsunami. 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 Sat., Sept. 7 time 9 a.m.-4 p.m. fee/members $75/nonmembers $100 (47387) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka instr Jim Wheeler & Vicki Ozaki 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 BA in cultural anthropology, and also received a teaching credential and MA in environmental education at HSU. Jim has been involved in environmental education since 1981. Vicki Ozaki has worked as a geologist for Redwood National and State Parks for the last three decades. She has worked on tsunami planning efforts on the northern California coast, in the parks, and also for the National Park of American Samoa. She currently co-chairs the Redwood Coast Tsunami Workgroup.

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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 Fri./Sat., Nov. 15 & 16 time Fri.: 1-3 p.m. Sat.: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. fee/members $80/nonmembers $105 (47388) place Redwood National Park instr Jim Wheeler & John McClelland Jim Wheeler: See biography under “Earthquakes & Tsunamis” on this page. John McClelland (Johnnymac) has been involved in the world of fire since 1978, serving on a Young Adult Conservation Corps 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.

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FALL 2013 � 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 of piloting, way-faring and navigation and how they differ. From the compass and the chart to the discovery of 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 Tues./Thurs., Oct. 1-8 time 10 a.m.-noon fee/members $55/nonmembers $80 (47410) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka instr Richard Paselk Richard A. Paselk, Professor of chemistry and biochemistry at HSU, received his B.S. in biophysics from Cal State L.A. and his PhD 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.

Alexander von Humboldt � Would you like to learn more about our county’s and university’s namesake? Join us to explore Alexander von Humboldt’s early life and the South American expedition that made him an international phenomenon. Particular emphasis will be placed on his scientific accomplishments and the state-of-the­ art scientific instruments that made them possible. date Thurs., Oct. 10 time 10 a.m.-noon fee/members $30/nonmembers $55 (47411) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka instr Richard Paselk Richard A. Paselk: See biography under “Longitude and the Invention of Instruments for Navigation,” on this page.

The HISTORY & MYSTERY of PI For 4,000 years, pi, the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter, has fascinated mathematicians and philosophers. Keeping the math to a minimum, we’ll look at: • Why the ancient struggle to “square the circle” was doomed. (It took until 1882 to see why.) • How Egypt’s Great Pyramid may incorporate pi in its geometry. • Archimedes’ brilliant way of computing pi. • How Isaac Newton’s newly discovered calculus streamlined computation of pi. • Leonhard Euler’s strange formula linking pi to four other basic constants. • A recent breakthrough: compute any digit of pi without knowing any previous digits! date Thurs., Oct. 3 & Nov. 7 time 2-4 p.m. fee/members $40/nonmembers $65 (47413) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka instr Barry Evans Barry Evans’ love affair with pi began when he first heard the term “transcendental number.” He writes the weekly “Field Notes” column for the North Coast Journal.

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OLLI The UNIVERSE in a NUTSHELL This course will help provide a conceptual foundation of the Universe as it is currently understood, including its origins, energy and forces within, and interactions throughout. We will explore the latest discoveries from within and outside of our Solar System, as well as how we have gathered and interpreted this information from across the Universe. Hands-on activities will be an integral part of each presentation to demonstrate key scientific principles and apparatus used by astronomers in their quest for understanding our Universe. Weather permitting, we will also schedule an evening under the stars to observe the Universe first­ hand through telescopes and with the naked eye. date Mon., Sept. 9-Oct. 14 time 4-6 p.m. fee/members $75/nonmembers $100 (47423) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka instr Mark Bailey

BEFORE COLUMBUS: Who Else Discovered the New World?

When the Norwegian explorer Helge Ingstad discovered the remains of a thousand-year-old Viking village at L’Anse aux Meadows in Newfoundland in 1960, he relegated Columbus to an “also ran” position. Today, no one doubts that the Vikings beat Columbus to the New World, but what about all the other contenders? Claims have been made for ancient Atlantic crossings by navigators from Phoenicia, Carthage, Egypt, Greece, Rome, Libya, Portugal, Ireland and Wales, and even pre-Columbian Pacific crossings originating from Japan, Polynesia, China and India. Most of these may be fringe theories, but a few still inspire passionate debate among historians. In addition, we’ll consider the latest evidence for when and how (land bridge or water) the original human inhabitants arrived in the Americas. date Wed., Oct. 30 & Nov. 6 time 2-4 p.m. fee/members $40/nonmembers $65 (47412) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka instr Barry Evans

Mark Bailey is a science instructor who has taught multiple topics over a 30-year career in science education. His subject areas of expertise include astronomy, earth sciences and biology. He has taught every grade level in the sciences from kindergarten to graduate-level college courses, and emphasizes exploratory learning as well as the latest up-to­ date topic matter.

Barry Evans brings a sense of curiosity and skepticism to the intriguing question of pre-Columbian trans-oceanic contacts. He writes the weekly “Field Notes” column for the North Coast Journal.

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FALL 2013 � PHOTOGRAPHY 101:

DIGITAL STORYTELLING:

Tired of being disappointed in the photos that

you take? This course offers you the opportunity

to learn the basics of taking great photos.

Through lectures, videos, demonstrations, assignments and

critiques, you will learn helpful techniques that improve

your photographic skills. Your ability to see the world from

a new perspective with an artistic eye will be enhanced.

We will focus on taking a good photograph,

not fixing a mediocre one in Photoshop.

date Tues., Oct. 22-Nov. 19

time 4-6 p.m.

fee/members $65/nonmembers $90 (47378)

place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

instr Lorraine Miller-Wolf

Bring your story to life! This introductory course to digital storytelling will focus on remembering a place, a special person or a life transition. With computers provided by the instructor, participants will use three photos or drawings, add movement and layers of music and/or sound effects, while creating a unique and personal story. Register early. Space is limited to number of computers available. Additional students may be enrolled if they are willing to bring personal laptop. date Thurs., Oct. 17-31 time 10 a.m.-1 p.m. fee/members $75/nonmembers $100 (47393) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka instr Eileen McGee

Beyond Snapshots

Lorraine Miller-Wolf is passionate about photography.

She has been a professional photographer in Humboldt

County for over 30 years. She has taught previous

photography courses for OLLI and Extended Education at

HSU for over five years. She has exhibited her photographs

extensively throughout the area and elsewhere.

Remembering in Three Images

Eileen McGee is a 2003 HSU journalism graduate, print editorial emphasis, with minors in broadcast journalism and women’s studies. McGee is a video producer and instructor as well as a digital storytelling workshop facilitator. Her work focuses on community stories. www.story-connections.org

LIFE & FILMS OF STANLEY KUBRICK Stanley Kubrick is regarded as one of the greatest filmmakers of all time. He began his career as a photographer and cinematographer, but with virtually no formal film education, he worked as editor, director, writer and producer. His films cover a wide variety of genres including war, crime, horror, science fiction and several types of comedy. He was a self-taught perfectionist and innovator known for his dazzling cinematography, detailed costuming and sets, and his often controversial subjects. Films planned for this class include Paths of Glory, The Killing, Dr. Strangelove, 2001: A Space Odyssey, The Shining, Barry Lyndon and Full Metal Jacket.

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Tues., Oct. 1-Nov. 12 time 6-9 p.m. fee/members $85/nonmembers $110 (47393) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka instr Philip Wright date

Philip Wright has a BA in English and an MA 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.

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OLLI INK, BRUSH, PEN: From East to West

In this class, you will create a series of unique drawings using ink media. Formal elements to be studied include line quality, texture, and value. Slide lectures enhance appreciation and understanding of ink drawing and painting from different cultures, historical to contemporary. We may look at the drawings of Da Vinci, contemporary California artist Beth Van Hoesen, and from Eastern traditions (Wu Guanzhong and Jittoku) for ideas and inspiration. Instructor demonstrations, class discussion, and individual tutoring will make sessions lively. You may also opt to use class time as quiet studio time for development of drawings according to your interests. You’ll leave the course with a toolbox of ideas, resources, and techniques for further study beyond the classroom experience. Materials needed: Pens, bottle black ink, graphite pencil, eraser, 18” x 24” white drawing paper, drawing board (or use table surface), 2-3 soft brushes, water container, paper towels. date Thurs., Oct. 3-Nov. 7 time Noon-2 p.m. fee/members $80/nonmembers $105 (47380) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka instr Julie McNiel Julie McNiel received her MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute, and has taught classes in drawing, painting and printmaking at HSU, San Jose State, Oregon College of Arts and Crafts, UC Berkeley Extension, and through SFAI Community Education. She has received numerous awards, fellowships, and international artist residencies for her artistic work, which explores cross-cultural issues. To learn more about Julie’s projects, visit her website: www.juliemcniel.com

CLAUDE MONET: BARQUES AU REPOS, AU PETIT-GENNEVILLIERS (1872)

IMPRESSIONISTS on the Water

Monet will be the featured artist in this course focused on the Impressionist painting of rivers, harbors, beaches, and water gardens. Join us for an insider’s look at the work of Manet, Boudin, Caillebotte, Renoir, Morisot, Cassatt, Pissarro, Whistler and Sisley for a preview of the “Impressionists on the Water” exhibition at the Legion of Honor in San Francisco, June 1-Oct. 13 and the America’s Cup yachting competition. date Tues., Sept. 3-24 time 6-8 p.m. fee/members $65/nonmembers $90 (47379) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka instr Ron Johnson Ron Johnson has taught Impressionism several times at Humboldt State University. He has visited nearly all of great Impressionist museums and many of the sites of Impressionist paintings.

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FALL 2013 � TAI CHI MADE EZ

PILATES PLUS for OLLI �

for Beginners

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. Register for one or both sessions held at Arcata Presbyterian Church, 670 11th St., Arcata with Glenda Hesseltine. SESSION 1: Mon., Sept. 9-Oct. 14 date 3-4:30 p.m. time fee/members $70/nonmembers $95 (47394) SESSION 2: Mon., Oct. 21-Nov. 25 date 3-4:30 p.m. time fee/members $70/nonmembers $95 (47395) Glenda Hesseltine, MA, 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.

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Build a stronger, healthier body with Pilates! Improve your posture and balance, create stronger abdominal muscles, and increase 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 weights, and band exercises, and time to creatively explore Pilates in motion, developing confidence to apply a strengthened core to all your activities. Bring a mat, towel and a water bottle. Register for one or both sessions held at Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center with Joanne Fornes. SESSION 1: date Wed., Sept. 4-Oct. 9 time 10:30 a.m.-noon fee/members $70/nonmembers $95 (47396) SESSION 2: date Wed., Oct. 16-Nov. 20 time 10:30 a.m.-noon fee/members $70/nonmembers $95 (47397) Joanne Fornes believes exercise, done with awareness and attention, is the key to longevity, vitality and health. Passionate about lifetime fitness, she has studied, practiced and taught various forms of movement for more than 40 years, specializing the last 12 years with older adults, emphasizing abdominal core work using Pilates. Joanne delights in helping people find grace, comfort, and self-empowerment through movement.

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OLLI GENTLE YOGA for OLLI �

MID-LIFE & BEYOND

Join us for a gentle and powerful yoga class. You will learn methods to relax your body and calm your mind. We will practice yoga stretches and poses for all levels and body types. You will learn to improve your balance, strength, flexibility and concentration. Yoga can also help strengthen the immune system and improve spinal alignment. The regular practice of yoga will reduce stress and promote health and harmony in the body. All levels of experience are welcome – especially beginners! Bring a yoga mat, blanket or beach towel, and water. Register for one or more sessions held at Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center with Patricia Starr. SESSION 1:

date Tues., Sept. 10-24

time 1:30-3 p.m.

fee/members $50/nonmembers $75 (47398)

Hormones, sex, relationships, empty nests, osteoporosis, nutrition and vitamins! Menopause is the prime time to evaluate your personal health and to make a plan to be your best throughout your life. This course will enrich you with valuable information, a delightful theater piece on aging, and exercise and fitness tips. We will learn from each other by sharing challenges and successes. date Mon., Oct. 7-21 time 6-8 p.m. fee/members $45/nonmembers $70 (47424) place Six Rivers Planned Parenthood, Eureka instr Debbie Hatch

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date Mon., Oct. 7-21

time 1:30-3 p.m.

fee/members $50/nonmembers $75 (47399)

SESSION 3:

date Tues., Nov. 5-19

time 1:30-3 p.m.

fee/members $50/nonmembers $75 (47400)

SESSION 4:

date Mon., Dec. 2-16

time 1:30-3 p.m.

fee/members $50/nonmembers $75 (47401)

Patricia Starr is a certified yoga teacher trained in

Iyengar yoga, body/mind centering and yoga therapy. She

also has a strong foundation in the Buddhist practice of

mindfulness. Her 38 years of training and practice and

24 years of teaching have brought Patricia to the here-

and-now of enjoying every moment with her students.

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Debbie Hatch RN, WHNP-C, MSN, is a nurse practitioner with over 32 years experience in women’s health, specializing in areas of transition menopause and adolescence.

Born to Move: Rediscovering

YOUR INNER EXERCISER We are born with an innate desire to move, but over time, this instinct is dulled by our car- TVcomputer culture. The good news is, it’s never too late to rediscover the joy of being physical. In this workshop, we’ll discuss how to start being active (even if you haven’t thrown a ball since you were six!), how to sneak more movement into your day, how to turn exercise from a “should” into a joy, simple low-cost tools to reinforce the exercise habit, and the pros and cons of a gym membership. date time fee/members place instr

Mon., Oct. 28 & Nov. 4 2-4 p.m. $45/nonmembers $70 (47402) Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka Louisa Rogers

Louisa Rogers is an “adult-onset fitness lover,” a management consultant and former weight loss counselor. She grew up overweight and out of shape, but became active in her 20s, lost 30 pounds, and never looked back. Her articles on fitness and selfdevelopment have been published internationally.

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FALL 2013 � SALUTE TO SENIORS Inspired by the Virtues Project taught by Andy Anderson, six community FOR members have developed a OLLI series of films as a “Salute to MEMBERS Seniors,” which will air on the ONLY local Humboldt Access channel. Join these amazing individuals who are devoted to positive living awareness as they share their inspiration with OLLI. Sept. 7 Inter-generational Living Are you now in a inter-generational living arrangement, or is it in your future plan? Join this thoughtful discussion of all aspects of emotions, personalities and living styles and you will have a better chance of achieving a positive outcome. With Linda Evans. Sept. 14 Strength Training for Good Balance Learn techniques for improving and maintaining your balance as you age. Good balance is crucial to your physical well-being and safety, as well as helping you avoid falls in your later years. With Pete Shepard. Sept. 21 Relaxation and Visualization Experience a session of deep relaxation and a guided visualization that will leave you feeling alive and refreshed. Through participating in this session, you will learn how to guide yourself into deep levels of physical and mental stress relief, improving all facets of your life. Bring a blanket or mat, and a pillow for the session. With Susan Watson.

Sept. 28 Knock, Knock: Are You Sleeping? We spend one-third of our lives sleeping. What does that really mean? Could the hours we spend sleeping be the most important hours of our day? What are leading sleep researchers saying? With Ray Thompson. Oct. 5

The Magic of Music Through sing-along and discussion we will explore the many ways that music can help us. Joining others in song, raising our voices and reaching into the dusty parts of our brains for long-forgotten lyrics has lasting positive effects. Physical, psychological, mental and spiritual, music reaches us at every level. And this is something all of us can do, to bring ourselves to a better place. It is magic! With Donna Denodt.

Oct. 12 Secret of Serenity No matter how stressed your life may be, you can feel the freedom of happiness and peace. Our society is in the midst of an emotional meltdown – people seem restless and volatile, with tempers ready to blow. We don’t want to be chronically anxious, fatigued or depressed. This class will empower you to attain a heartfelt higher quality of life and to handle stress artfully. Release fear, anger and worry and feel love, joy and peace instead. With Darlene Thomson. date time fee/members place instr

Sat., Sept. 7-Oct. 12 3-4:30 p.m. $10 (47373) Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka Andy Anderson

Series facilitator Andy Anderson has been with OLLI from its beginning. He leads the Virtues Project, based on the book The Pace of Grace by Linda Popou.

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OLLI OUR PATHWAYS TO HEALTH

FOR OLLI MEMBERS ONLY

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 condition specific. 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 and a Relaxation for Mind and Body CD. This rewarding workshop is developed by the Stanford University Chronic Disease Self-Management Program. As one of its leaders commented, “I think it’s really up to folks to take the first step to better health. Pathways is certainly an excellent way to get there too, because they cover every aspect I can think of having to do with health care. You see changes and you get transformed and you’re never really the same person you were beforehand.” This course will be held in the large conference room at the Eureka Community Health & Wellness Center, 2200 Tydd Street, Eureka. date Mon., Oct. 7-Nov. 11 time 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. fee/members $5 (47374) place Eureka Community Health & Wellness Center instr Aligning Forces Humboldt Marion Love is a master Pathways trainer and is a retired teacher living comfortably with several chronic illnesses. She is a longtime resident of Eureka. Toni Martin is a master trainer and Pathways leader. She holds 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. She is a longtime resident of Humboldt County. OLLI at HSU

Discovering your

INNER WISDOM with SoulCollage®

SoulCollage® is an intuitive, expressive art process in which you construct a card deck that becomes a personal visual journal. As you start to learn the language of the symbols and images on your cards, they become a doorway into your strengths, your beauty, your multiplicity and your inner wisdom. In this series of classes, you will learn how to create the cards, using images from many magazines and other sources that will be provided. Different ways of working with the cards will be introduced which invite your inner wisdom to emerge, supporting you through your life’s challenges and changes. The work of card making is easy and fun; you don’t have to be an artist to enjoy the process. This course is designed for both beginners and those who are experienced in the SoulCollage® process. date Thurs., Oct. 17-Nov. 21 time 3-5 p.m. fee/members $80/nonmembers $105 (47381) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka instr Marilyn Montgomery Marilyn Montgomery has been rediscovering her hidden artist using the SoulCollage® process, after many years of working as a nurse, midwife, health educator and wellness teacher. She is a SoulCollage® facilitator, and is passionate about bringing creativity, fun and joy to the Humboldt County community.

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FALL 2013 � WRITING

as a Spiritual Journey

CLOSE TO THE BONE: Writing From The Inside Out

It is never too late to become a writer, to dig deep and write about the things you want to express. If you are concerned that you lack the skills to tap into your experiences, imagination and feelings, the class will offer you the opportunity to both learn and create. Whether you are new to writing or not, a process will be taught to help catapult you into your right brain and free you to write through your senses whether in poetry or prose. You will be shown how to weave music into your use of language, to give it breath and a heartbeat. A safe environment will be created for you to share your work and receive constructive feedback if you desire it. The instructor will offer examples from contemporary writers as models for inspiration. Students are asked to make copies of their writing each week to share with the class. date Tues., Sept. 10-Oct. 15 time 1-3 p.m. fee/members $80/nonmembers $105 (47436) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka instr Bonnie Shand Bonnie Shand, MA, is a practicing and published poet. She has taught writing through OLLI since 2009 and began teaching Creative Writing in 1983 through the Retirement College and Elderhostel at Yavapai Community College in Prescott, Arizona. She continued to teach through Sonoma State University Extended Education and for 18 years to dedicated older writers at the Oakmont Retirement Community in Santa Rosa. OLLI at HSU

Allow your writing practice to be an adventure into surprising and unexplored territory. Risk stretching your creative intentions and aspirations to discover how your poetry or prose can transport you into a deep place of truth. Learn to trust your muse and follow where she leads you. This is not a class for people new to writing but for individuals who have taken at least one writing course or who possess an understanding of the basics of creative writing and what it takes to breathe life into words on a page. The instructor offers a safe place for you to expand and deepen your writing practice, share your work and receive feedback from others on the journey. date Tues., Oct. 22-Dec. 3 time 1-3 p.m. fee/members $80/nonmembers $105 (47437) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka instr Bonnie Shand Bonnie Shand: See biography under “Close to the Bone,” on this page.

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OLLI Moving your Words:

A WRITING CLASS Move from “I don’t know where to start” to developing ideas, expanding your imagination, and finally moving your words out of your brain and onto the paper. This is no small task, but it can be fun and rewarding. A variety of user-friendly approaches will inspire your writing. You will have time to write, but you can also expand on your work at home. You will be asked to share what you write, but such participation is up to you. Bring your favorite writing tools. Choose one of two sessions with Suzanne Samberg in Garberville or Eureka. SESSION 1 (Garberville Civic Club):

date Wed., Oct. 16-Nov. 6

time 3:30-5:30 p.m.

fee/members $65/nonmembers $90 (47439)

SESSION 2 (Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka):

date Thurs., Oct. 17-Nov. 7

time 3:30-5:30 p.m.

fee/members $65/nonmembers $90 (47440)

WRITING YOUR LIFE Using a variety of user-friendly approaches, we will write about what makes us who we are – the moments, events, people, comedies and tragedies. You will have time to write, but you can also expand on your work at home. You will be asked to share what you write, but such participation is up to you. Choose one of two sessions with Suzanne Samberg in Garberville or Eureka. SESSION 1 (Garberville Civic Club):

date Wed., Oct. 16-Nov. 6

time 1-3 p.m.

fee/members $65/nonmembers $90 (47441)

SESSION 2 (Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka):

date Thurs., Oct. 17-Nov. 7

time 1-3 p.m.

fee/members $65/nonmembers $90 (47442)

Suzanne Samberg: See biography on this page

under “Moving Your Words: A Writing Class.”

Suzanne Samberg has taught a variety of Humanities high school courses for over 20 years and currently serves as a University Supervisor in the HSU School of Education.

FICTION WRITING WORKSHOP Want to learn how to develop your story premise into an entertaining work of fiction? Looking for feedback on your work-in-progress from your fellow writers? Through a mix of presentations, activities, and critique sessions, you’ll discover methods for improving plot, pacing, characterization, and more. date Tues., Nov. 5-Dec. 10 time 10 a.m.-noon fee/members $75/nonmembers $100 (47444) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka instr Terry McLaughlin

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Terry McLaughlin is an award-winning author whose eight novels have sold more than half a million copies. She serves on the board of directors of Romance Writers of America, has organized authors’ retreats featuring publishing professionals, and has attended the Publishers Summit at RWA’s annual national conference. A former instructor at College of the Redwoods and Humboldt State University, Terry has presented workshops on various writing and publishing industry topics throughout the United States, Australia and New Zealand.

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FALL 2013 � TELLING OUR STORIES �

A Community of WRITERS

This class will cover the development of a personal or

original story for the purpose of oral telling. Created

stories can be historical, based on personal experience,

or imagination, or focused on an educational subject.

We will work on basic elements of story and storytelling

including purpose, character development, style, and delivery.

Homework is expected between classes that includes

either written work or oral practice time. The instructor

will be available between classes for additional input.

Participants will have an opportunity to tell their

stories during a local Tellabration! event.

date Wed., Oct. 9-Nov. 6

time 2-4 p.m.

fee/members $75/nonmembers $100 (47443)

place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

instr Ali Freedlund

We will create a community of writers with various levels

of expertise, and we will generate, respond to, and revise

one another’s poems and short paragraphs. Evocative

writing prompts will encourage you 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.

Different types of poetry and short prose

will also be presented and discussed.

For returning students, there will be new writing

assignments and an altered schedule that emphasizes

how to get started, how to revise and how to critique.

date Tues., Sept. 17-Oct. 22

time 10 a.m.-noon

fee/members $80/nonmembers $105 (47445)

place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

instr Pat McCutcheon

Ali Freedlund has lived on the North Coast for over

35 years. She has been with the North Coast Storytellers

since 2007 and has performed at various local venues.

Pat McCutcheon has a master’s degree in English and

has published widely. She taught English for 25 years at

College of the Redwoods and enjoys teaching OLLI classes.

MEMOIR: Writing Your Life Story This course is designed to help you write your life story. 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 remember and recall memories and sort and organize essential information. The focus of this course is to reflect on major transitions and the people, places, and events that made an impact on you and fostered a sense of awareness and growth. This class is an invitation to explore and write about pivotal experiences that shaped you. Your story is a journey to wholeness. You’ve been thinking about this for a long time and may have started and stopped several times. Let’s do it!

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Wed., Sept. 25­ Nov. 6 10 a.m.-noon $80/nonmembers $105 (47438) Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka Sharon Ferrett

Sharon K. Ferrett, PhD, 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.

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OLLI Judging the

SUPREME COURT Discuss the role of the Supreme Court in American governance and evaluate its decisions in a number of controversial cases from the 19th Century to the present. These cases will be chosen by the class from topics of interest and relevance to concerned citizens: the balance of power between the President and Congress; religious liberty; freedom of expression; the right to bear arms; property rights; rights of the accused; cruel and unusual punishment; the division of authority between the nation and the states; privacy; and racial, gender, and sexual equality. date Mon., Oct. 7-21 time 3-5 p.m. fee/members $55/nonmembers $80 (47415) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka instr JeDon Emenhiser Dr. JeDon Emenhiser has served on the faculty of the University of Redlands, Utah State University, Humboldt State University, and Junior State Summer School (Stanford University) teaching American politics and culture, constitutional law, and research methods. He received Fulbright professorships to the University of Saigon, Vietnam and to the Université de Mons, Belgium. He was staff director of the Legislative Study Committee of the Utah Legislature, visiting scholar at the Congressional Research Service, visiting fellow in the Faculty of Arts at the National University of Ireland, Galway, visiting professor for the University of Utah in Europe at Ramstein Air Base, and visiting professor in the inter-university American Studies master’s program in Belgium.

START THE PRESS:

Great Events in Media History Journalism has shaped our society. This class will discuss in detail momentous moments in journalism including the invention of printing, sensationalism, muck­ raking, the Pentagon papers, Watergate and others. date Fri., Sept. 6 & 13 time 10 a.m.-noon fee/members $40/nonmembers $65 (47414) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka instr Maclyn McClary Professor Maclyn McClary was a daily newspaper reporter and news editor in Los Angeles before joining the HSU faculty in 1967. He has written widely on media history and journalism ethics, both favorite teaching areas.

The Coming of the

AMERICAN CIVIL WAR This is the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation

Proclamation and the Gettysburg Address.

This course will focus on the three decades leading up to

the start of the Civil War. We will explore the South’s neglect

of what today we would call economic modernization.

The South became a distinctive region of the USA because

of its embrace of slavery. Besides the fundamental

economic contrast of North and South, even deeper

divisions developed in religion, social values, and politics.

Join us for a look back at our nation’s history and the

lessons we can learn from the precursors to the civil war.

Thurs., Nov. 7-Dec. 5

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fee/members $65/nonmembers $90 (47448)

place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

instr Donald Murphy

Dr. Donald Murphy completed his PhD in American

History at the University of Wisconsin and has taught

American history at Cleveland State University, Chico

State University, Humboldt State University and

College of the Redwoods. He taught in the Fulbright

program at the University of Turin, Italy and also

attended an NEH seminar at the University of Iowa.

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FALL 2013 � Seven Major

INTERGOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS Join us for an in-depth discussion of seven of the most influential international organizations: the United Nations, the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, the Bank of International Settlements, the G8/G20, the European Union and OPEC. We will examine their practical influence on people’s lives both locally and globally. date Tues., Oct. 15-Nov. 5 time 10 a.m.-noon fee/members $65/nonmembers $90 (47384) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka instr Laurent Cleenewerck Laurent Cleenewerck is a regular OLLI faculty member offering an annual updated course in global economics. He also serves as faculty member for other international post-secondary institutions and on the board of the International Organization for Sustainable Development, an intergovernmental institute. He holds degrees from the University of Montpellier, Institut Saint Serge, Ukrainian Catholic University and Universidad Rural de Guatemala.

PEACE CORPS

for Boomers & Beyond Have you ever considered joining the Peace Corps? This class will explore what it is like to join the Peace Corps as a middle-aged person. Learn about Peace Corps origins and purpose, the application process, preparing for service and experiences during service. Not an official representative of Peace Corps, the instructor will serve Peace Corps’ Third Goal by sharing her personal experiences and some of the adventures encountered by her “50 and better” friends who served with her in 2011 and 2012 in Botswana, Africa. date Sat., Oct. 5 & 12 time 10 a.m.-noon fee/members $45/nonmembers $70 (47425) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka instr Maggie Kraft Maggie Kraft has been the executive director of the Area 1 Agency on Aging since 2012, after serving as a Peace Corps volunteer in Botswana, Africa. She has been the director of Adult Day Health and Alzheimer’s Services at the Humboldt Senior Resource Center and the executive director of Northcoast Advocacy Services.

CULTURAL HISTORY OF EUROPE Recently cultural history has developed as one of the most dynamic fields of historical studies of Eastern and Central Europe. In this class we will discuss the importance of cultural symbols and memory in historical analysis. The 1980s and 1990s was a tumultuous time. Small Eastern European countries, who for many decades lived under the “parasol” of the Soviet Union, were suddenly thrust into independence after its breakup, creating a catch-22. In one aspect, they got their freedom, but in another it stirred an identity crisis. This class will explore the question: What are the paths of lived experience and the structure of identity choices?

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Tues., Sept. 3-17 3-5 p.m. $55/nonmembers $80 (47416) Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka Elena Matusevich

Elena Matusevich, PhD (cultural studies), spent her youth in the former German Democratic Republic and witnessed the Berlin Wall coming down. She lived in her native Belarus during the collapse of the Soviet Union. A daughter of a Ukranian mother and Russian father, she was always taught to love her country and learned to respect and admire cultural differences. She is a Carnegie Fellow and served as a lecturer at many European universities.

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OLLI POST-TOTALITARIAN SOCIETIES: Central & Eastern Europe

This course introduces critical perspectives on memory politics in the post-totalitarian societies. It will examine memory as an active process of official and public reconstruction – a process in which multiple representations of the past contend for recognition, moral judgment, and emotional impact. Focus will be on the memory politics in Central and East-European societies in order to understand the problems and challenges of the traumatic post-totalitarian legacy and the practices aimed at reconciliation. Learn about the strategies, practices, and rituals of revisiting and reassessing the past. What are the main issues of memory politics at the level of community, region, nation that lead to systematic remembering and/or forgetting? Which commemorative practices are most appropriate to the process of reconciliation at the level of community, region, and nation? What persists in collective memory

that resists historical and ideological interpretations?

date Tues., Nov. 12-26

time 3-5 p.m.

fee/members $55/nonmembers $80 (47386)

place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

instr Elena Matusevich

Elena Matusevich: See biography under “Cultural

History of Europe,” on previous page.

REMINDER: OLLI yearly membership runs

from August 1 to July 31.

It’s a good time to renew or join! �

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Contemporary Diplomacy:

INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION

For diplomacy to thrive, we must first learn to know and understand one another. The quest for diplomacy is complicated when international communication involves intercultural communication, as it has in the last decade of the 20th century with dramatic changes in the political map of the world. Join us for a discussion of different cultures and culturespecific knowledge. Through the development of intercultural communication skills, the aim is to learn diplomatic communication, respecting differences and making the best possible use of them. date Thurs., Nov. 14-Dec. 5 time 3-5 p.m. fee/members $55/nonmembers $80 (47385) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka instr Elena Matusevich Elena Matusevich: See biography under “Cultural History of Europe,” on previous page.

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FALL 2013 � BEGINNER’S FRENCH Parlez-vous français? Designed for OLLI members who would like to learn or re-learn the basics of the French language, this class will include basic sentences and verbs. At the end of four sessions, the goal is to be able to make sense of basic French conversations and to have acquired strong foundations to move forward. date Tues., Sept. 3-24 time 10 a.m.-noon fee/members $65/nonmembers $90 (47419) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka instr Laurent Cleenewerck FORT ROSS

RUSSIAN ALASKA: 1730 to 1870

Beginning with the history of the local historic site Fort Ross in Mendocino County, this course explores the Russian colonization of Alaska in the 1700s and 1800s, as well as the legacy of the Russian era to this day. This fascinating period offers many ecological, ethnological and geopolitical points of interest that will be discussed as part of the sessions. date Thurs., Oct. 17-31 time 10 a.m.-noon fee/members $55/nonmembers $80 (47417) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka instr Laurent Cleenewerck Laurent Cleenewerck is the rector of the historic St. Innocent Orthodox Church in Eureka, which is named after the Russian Orthodox missionary and first bishop in Alaska. He recently organized a conference and pilgrimage cruise to the northern state and has a great interest in the encounter between native American cultures and the Western world.

Laurent Cleenewerck was born and raised in France, and loves to teach his native language at every level. He is a graduate of the University of Montpellier and a regular OLLI instructor.

CONVERSATIONAL FRENCH Et si on bavardait? This is a course for those who have mastered the basics of French and who would like to move towards a more conversational level of fluency. The course will look at ten indispensable structures that are needed to move from basic to a good intermediate level. date Thurs., Nov. 7-Dec. 5 time 10 a.m.-noon fee/members $65/nonmembers $90 (47420) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka instr Laurent Cleenewerck Laurent Cleenewerck: See biography under “Beginning French,” on this page.

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OLLI NEPAL:

The Tour Without the Airfare Nepal is home to fascinating people, ancient cultures, and seven of the worlds ten highest mountains. We won’t climb any of the tall peaks in this class, but we will see many at a distance while we virtually hike through the foothills. Meet charming children and vibrant adults as we hike through tiny rural villages and tour crowded cities. We will visit Chetwan National Park (home to the Asian one-horned rhino) and take a raft trip on the Seti River. See you there! date Mon., Dec. 2 time 6-8 p.m. fee/members $30/nonmembers $55 (47431) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka instr Rollie Lamberson and Rick Vrem Both Rick Vrem and Rollie Lamberson are retired from HSU. Rollie was a mathematics professor and Rick was Provost. They both recently spent several weeks traveling in the Himalayan region.

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 Thurs., Sept. 12 time 2-4:30 p.m. fee/members $30/nonmembers $55 (47434) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka instr Louise Bacon-Ogden and David 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.

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Trading the Palate:

HUMANITY, PLANTS & EVOLVING CUISINE As empires in Europe pioneered the globe and drew attention to the New World, explorers brought back new and exotic plants like tobacco, chocolate and tomatoes. These plants found novel uses in Europe and eventually made their way to Asia, where their use evolved further. Crops like coffee, originally from Africa, found a new home in South America as trade expanded. These plants created flavorful combinations as they entered local cuisine and opened discerning palates. In this class, we’ll explore the origins of our most revered crops. We’ll look at how these plants have influenced cuisine, trade, and civilization as a whole. We will discover that plants most associated with certain cultures and cuisines – like tomatoes with Italian food – rarely originated there. We’ll also look at these plants’ ethnobotanical relevance, including culinary, medicinal and psychoactive uses. We will compare evolving recipes and the preparation and perception of these plants in different societies at different times. We will look at how these plants were domesticated, propagated and selected. date Wed., Oct. 16-30 time 6-8 p.m. fee/members $55/nonmembers $80 (47383) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka instr Philip Wright A gastronome and botanist, Philip Wright graduated from Humboldt State University with a B.S. in ecology and a minor in botany. He has studied and worked with plants his entire life in the garden, field and kitchen.

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FALL 2013 COLOMBIA:

History, Geography, Culture, Cuisine & Birds Take a photographic tour of Colombia, from Colombia’s violent history and decades of civil unrest to the recent political changes bringing peace and prosperity back to a country now in the forefront of Latin America. We will also learn about Colombia’s geography and ecosystems, and look at the cuisine, culture and people that define each of the five different regions of Colombia: Andean, Amazon, Orinoquia, Caribbean and Pacific. Colombia boasts the world’s longest list of birds – over 1900 species – so we will explore this amazing avian diversity as well as look at a variety of landscaped gardens found throughout this tropical paradise. A half century of unrest has left vast swaths of Colombia relatively unknown, and now both Colombians and foreigners are flocking to discover what the country has to offer. Chris will talk about his experiences with promoting ecotourism in Colombia and his work with various non-profit organizations that have as a mission to involve rural communities in tourism, especially birding and garden tours.

Christopher Calonje was born and raised in Cali, Colombia, and moved to the U.S. to attend Humboldt State University, where he earned a degree in natural resources planning. He spends half of his time in Oregon, where he works as an environmental consultant. The rest of his time is spent in Colombia, where he conducts birding, nature, culinary and culture tours. He has also photographed Columbia’s people, scenery and amazing avian diversity. Chris works closely with local communities to promote responsible social and environmental ecotourism in Colombia. date Fri., Nov. 22 time 2-6 p.m. fee/members $45/nonmembers $70 (47433) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka instr Christopher Calonje

DISCOVERING MEXICO Whether you’re fluente in Spanish, or can only manage ¿Dónde está el baño?, you’ll come away from this course enriched, inspired and ready to plan your trip to Mexico beyond resort beaches and package tours. You’ll learn the reality behind the bad headlines; how to stay safe and healthy; how to travel to and around Mexico; the best places for language schools, museums, architecture, archeology and markets; and the attraction of such areas as the Yucatan, Oaxaca, the central colonial cities, the Pacific Coast, and the Sierra Gorda. date Tues., Oct. 29 & Nov. 5 time 2-4 p.m. fee/members $45/nonmembers $70 (47432) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka instr Louisa Rogers & Barry Evans Louisa Rogers and Barry Evans first visited Mexico in 1981 and now live part-time in Guanajuato in the central highlands. They have traveled extensively throughout the country. At least one of them is fluent in Spanish. OLLI at HSU

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OLLI For the LOVE of a HORSE Were you one of those horsecrazy kids, or do you have one in the family? Did you grow up reading Farley’s Black Stallion books, collecting horse figurines, drawing horses, and watching My Friend Flicka, Fury and endless spaghetti westerns? What do horses have to teach us? Join us for an interactive class that explores this fascination with horses—and the myths and realities of owning, training, showing, racing and breeding horses—their traits, the breeds, and uses historically and today. Learn to identify a quality horse. date Wed., Nov. 13-Dec. 4 time 2-4 p.m. fee/members $55/nonmembers $80 (47375) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka instr Jane Woodward Jane Woodward began breeding and raising Arabian horses in Colorado, at one point having a herd of over 85. She has participated in many aspects of the horse business including breeding, training, racing and showing. Although she no longer actively manages a breeding operation since moving to California, she continues to track her mares, stallions and “horse-kids” as they develop in the hands of other breeders and owners, and continues to appreciate the gifts they have shared.

SEQUOIA PARK ZOO: The History & Future of California’s Oldest Zoo

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 Sat., Oct. 5-19 time 9 a.m.-noon fee/members $50/nonmembers $75 (47376) 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.

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.

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FALL 2013 � TROUBLE in PARADISE � If you like to invite birds to your yard, this class will

hopefully help you to foil squirrels, out-smart raccoons

and bears, and tolerate the neighbor’s cat.

Get some helpful hints on what seeds to use and how to place

feeders and bird houses to eliminate mess and weeds.

date Thurs., Nov. 7

time 6-8 p.m.

fee/members $30/nonmembers $55 (47389)

place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

instr Louise Bacon-Ogden

Louise Bacon-Ogden was owner of Strictly for the Birds

in Old Town Eureka until 2004. Since retiring, she now

has more time to share her knowledge and love of birds.

Winterize Your

WILDLIFE GARDEN If you want to invite birds and wildlife to your yard, this class will help you to prepare it for the fall. Birds enjoy coming into yards that are rich with food and well-stocked feeders. Putting your yard “to bed” for the coming winter in an environmental fashion will insure happy and healthy birds and animals. In turn, you will be rewarded with a winter garden full of life! date Thurs., Sept. 12 time 6-8 p.m. fee/members $30/nonmembers $55 (47390) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka instr Louise Bacon-Ogden

NATIVE PLANTS of the Headwaters Forest Reserve

Join botanist Jennifer Wheeler and park ranger Julie Clark on a hike through the FOR Headwaters Forest Reserve, Elk River OLLI trail. See the trail through a botanist’s MEMBERS lens; learn about the native plants ONLY that grow in a redwood forest while also being immersed in tales of the cultural history surrounding the Elk River trail and the long-gone town of Falk. 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 water. date Wed., Oct. 2 time 2-4 p.m. fee/members $15 (47391) place Headwaters Forest Reserve instr Julie Clark Julie Clark is a park ranger for the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and works at the Headwaters Forest Reserve. Jennifer Wheeler is a botanist for the BLM and works out of the Arcata Field Office.

Louise Bacon-Ogden: See biography above.

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

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OLLI WATER SAFETY:

Humboldt Beach Watch

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 beautiful and strangelooking 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. 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 water and a lunch. Recommended text: Mushrooms Demystified by David Arora date Thurs./Sat., Nov. 7 & 9 time Thurs.: 6-7:30 p.m. Sat.: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. fee/members $80/nonmembers $105 (47392) place Thurs.: Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka Sat.: Meet OLLI vans at Arcata Community Center 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 the Black Forest of Southern Germany.

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Would you like to help educate Humboldt residents about the beauty, power and dangers of our local beaches? Are you interested in becoming a beach steward? Troy Nicolini with the National Weather Service and Jeff Denny of Redwood National Park are offering this class to kick off the Beach Stewards Program. OLLI members will be develop a true understanding of how our local beaches work and to recognize specific beach and surf hazards, including sneaker waves and tsunamis. Participants will also be learn skills to engage family, friends and other beachgoers in conversation on those hazards. Join members of our local beach community, emergency responders and survivors of sneaker wave incidents to learn more about how you can help make our beaches safe. This six-hour course will be team taught by the Water Safety Coalition, National Weather Service, and Redwood National & State Parks. Bring a bag lunch for this day-long course.

date Sat., Oct. 26

time 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

fee/members $10/nonmembers $35 (47377)

place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

instr Jeff Denny & Troy Nicolini

Jeff Denny is a park ranger at Redwood

National & State Parks.

Troy Nicolini is a warning coordination

meteorologist with the National Weather Service.

OLLI instructors are... experts from the community and current or retired faculty. If you are interested in becoming an OLLI instructor, contact the HSU OLLI director at 826-3743.

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FALL 2013 BOOK ARTS:

Miniature Book or Holiday Ornament

FOR OLLI MEMBERS ONLY

This little book has a bit of everything for the book lover: it’s easy to make, very small (2” x 2”), is a popup structure and can be worn or used as an ornament. These books would also make great gifts. Come and learn the basics of book making – cutting, measuring, gluing, folding – and leave with a book or two that could be the beginning of a tiny library. The class is suitable for beginners, and with variations in the structure, suitable for more experienced book artists. Bring to the first meeting: Tools: bone folder, mechanical pencil, metal ruler, small sharp scissors, small cutting knife, cutting mat (or an old phone book), glue stick. Materials: pliable decorative papers (double-sided gift wrap is great), 20” pieces of 1/8” ribbon.

COURTESY OF MICHELE OLSEN

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Thurs., Dec. 5 1-4 p.m. $40 (47382) Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka Michele Olsen

Michele Olsen was a mathematics instructor at the college level for 25 years. She has been making custom books for 10 years, since joining the North Redwoods Book Arts Guild. For more information, visit www.micheleolsen.com.

MICROSOFT WORD for Beginners This introductory course will cover the basics of using Microsoft Word 2010. Classes will introduce beginning students to creating personal and business documents. The goal will be to produce documents on your own, and feel at ease while doing it! Included in each session will be practice time. If you have a flash drive – bring it! Types of topics we will cover include: • Introduction to screen elements, tabs, groups, tool bars, review of word processing terms. • Creating Letters, changing fonts, margins, and tabs • Making documents print correctly and screen display options • Envelopes and labels • Using tables, adding headers and footers. • Using clip art • Troubleshooting tips OLLI at HSU

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Tues./Thurs., Sept. 3-12 6-8 p.m. (except Sept. 10, 7-9 p.m.) $65/nonmembers $90 (47426) Eureka: TBD Ali Ware

Ali Ware has taught a variety of software applications – Microsoft Office in particular – for over 25 years. She has taught at secondary, post-secondary and professional development levels. She is currently a trainer at Humboldt County Office of Education.

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OLLI FINGERPAINTING on Your iPad: A Beginning Class

Are you looking for new ways to use your iPad? Join this 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 artwork by Mondrian, Miro, Matisse, Modigliani and Monet for inspiration and for learning specific art tools. No art or digital art experience is required. This is fun and easy to learn! Professional artists will enjoy adding a mobile digital platform to their tool set. Bring an iPad (any model, including the Mini) and download the latest version of the ArtStudio app from the App Store (approx. $6) before the first class meeting. Bring a snack.

date Thurs., Oct. 3 & 10

time 2-6 p.m.

fee/members $65/nonmembers $90 (47427)

place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

instr Claire Iris Schencke

Claire Iris Schencke, a pioneering mobile digital

artist, received her MA 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 art, go to her website: iPadJAZZart.com

and her blog: claireirisschencke.blogspot.com

REMINDER: OLLI yearly membership runs from August 1 to July 31. It’s a good time to renew or join!

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FINGERPAINTING on Your iPad: The Next Level For those students who enjoyed the first OLLI iPad painting classes, we are offering a new workshop. The first class taught students to walk on the touch screen; this class will teach you how to dance! We will learn subtle incorporation of photos, wild use of layers and filters and startling transformations. Prerequistites: Must have taken the first OLLI iPad class or have an equivalent level of experience with the ArtStudio app. Please contact the instructor with questions. Bring an iPad (any model, including the Mini) and download the latest version of the ArtStudio app from the App Store (approx. $6) before the first class meeting. Bring a snack.

date Thurs., Oct. 17 & 24

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fee/members $65/nonmembers $90 (47428)

place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

instr Claire Iris Schencke

Claire Iris Schencke: See biography

under the beginning “Fingerpainting on

Your iPad” class, on this page.

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BEGINNING BRIDGE 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 provide practice. Bridge is a complicated game, so practicing and playing outside of class is recommended. date Wed., Oct. 2-Nov. 6 time 2-4 p.m. fee/members $75/nonmembers $100 (47429) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka 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.

INTERMEDIATE BRIDGE � Now that you are familiar with bridge bidding, it is

time to sharpen your playing and bidding skills.

Learn more about playing and defending in a trump or a no-

trump contract and clarify many complex bidding issues.

This course is open to all who have completed the beginning

class and all others who are comfortable with bidding.

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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.

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shown in this section are a small sampling of over 2,000 available!

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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

MW beginning Aug. 26 1400-1450 $696 BSS 166 Krissman ANTH 104, 3 units, 41052

Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences Marching Lumberjacks Drive on, Humboldt! Be part of the HSU scatter band for games, parades, and the other fun things we do. Come with an instrument in hand and play! TR beginning Aug. 26 1700-1750 $232 SRC 165 Douglass AHSS 150, 1 unit, 46596

Anthropology Skills Development

date time fee place instr course

Individualized experience in working with anthropological concepts and conducting ethnographic exercises.

Biology

date time fee place instr course

F beginning Aug. 30 1300-1450 $464 BSS 310 Scoggin ANTH 113, 2 units, 45871

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. 27 1700-1820 $696 BSS 204 Golla ANTH 306, 3 units, 41061

Egyptology: Rise of Ancient Empires 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. date time fee place instr course

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TR beginning Aug. 27 0900-1020 $696 BSS 204 Ramsier ANTH 306, 3 units, 41062

Human Biology The human animal as a biological entity: structure, function, health and disease, evolution and behavior. Not intended for majors in science, natural resources or kinesiology. date time fee place instr course

MW beginning Aug. 26 1700-1820 $696 SCIB 135 Beaupre BIOL 102, 3 units, 41016

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. 26: 44090 MTWR 0800-0850 SH 115 Chen 44112 MTWR 1300-1350 SH 108 Chen fee $928 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. Choose one beginning the week of Aug. 26: 46469 MW 1100-1250 SH 109 Fults 46375 TR 1100-1250 SH 109 Byrne 46376 TR ONLINE Fults fee $928 course BA 250, 4 units

Principles of Marketing

Business Administration

Domestic and international institutions, concepts, and management processes in marketing. Marketing research. Simulations, cases, exercises. Computer applications. Choose one beginning the week of Aug. 26: 44113 TR 1300-1450 SH 109 Ray Chaudhury 45355 TR 1500-1650 SH 109 Sleeth-Keppler fee $928 course BA 340, 4 units

Introduction to Business

Principles of Management

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.

Theory, behavior, production and operations, and interpersonal communication in organizations: large or small, profit or nonprofit, domestic or international. Choose one beginning the week of Aug. 26: 44092 TR 1300-1450 SH 110 Fults 45358 MW 0900-1050 SH 117 Vizenor 45359 MW 1700-1850 SH 110 Modarres fee $928 course BA 370, 4 units

date time fee place instr course

MWF beginning Aug. 26 0800-0850 $696 SH 109 Fults BA 110, 3 units, 44088

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Open University Chemistry Fundamentals of Chemistry Terminal course. Fundamental concepts and applications of general and inorganic chemistry. Letter grade only. Prerequisite: ELM score of 42 or higher. Choose one beginning the week of Aug. 26: 42421 TR 0900-1020 SCIB 135 Martinez 45321 TR 1500-1620 SCIB 135 Cappuccio fee $928 course CHEM 107, 4 units Choose one lab to accompany 42421: 42422 W 0800-1050 SCIA 556 42426 R 1100-1350 SCIA 556 45327 R 1400-1650 SCIA 556 42424 F 0800-1050 SCIA 556 43332 F 1100-1350 SCIA 556 Choose one lab to accompany 45321: 42425 W 1400-1650 SCIA 556 42423 R 0800-1050 SCIA 556 43333 F 0800-1050 SCIA 369 43335 F 1100-1350 SCIA 369

KEY TO CAMPUS BUILDINGS: ART .....................................................Art Bldg. BSS .... Behavioral & Social Sciences Bldg. FC ......................................... Forbes Complex FH.................................................................. FH FR............................................. Forestry Bldg. GH ................................................................. GH 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

General Chemistry I

Brief Organic Chemistry

Fundamental concepts: chemical foundations, stoichiometry, chemical reactions, gases, thermochemistry, atomic theory, bonding, liquids. For students in science, engineering, and related majors. Letter grade only. Prerequisite: Math remediation completed or not required. Choose one beginning the week of Aug. 26: 42427 MWF 0900-0950 SCIB 135 Hurst 42438 MWF 1300-1350 SCIB 135 Harmon 46855 MWF 0800-0850 SCIB 564 Lasko fee $1160 course CHEM 109, 5 units Choose one discussion/lab to accompany 42427: 42428 M 1100-1150 SCIA 567 W 1100-1350 42437 M 1100-1150 SCIA 571 W 1100-1350 42436 T 0800-0850 SCIA 571 R 0800-1050 42435 T 1100-1150 SCIA 571 R 1100-1350 42434 T 1400-1450 SCIA 571 R 1400-1650 Choose one discussion/lab to accompany 42438: 42439 M 1400-1450 SCIA 571 W 1400-1650 42448 M 1400-1450 SCIA 567 W 1400-1650 42447 T 0800-0850 SCIA 567 R 0800-1050 42446 T 1100-1150 SCIA 567 R 1100-1350 42445 T 1400-1450 SCIA 567 R 1400-1650 Choose one discussion/lab to accompany 46855: 46856 R 0900-0950 TA 114 T 0800-1050 SA 571 46857 R 1100-1350 TA 114 T 1100-1350 SA 571

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 Chem 110 with a grade of C- or higher. date MWF beginning Aug. 26 time 1000-1050 fee $928 place SCIB 135 instr Smith course CHEM 328, 4 units, 42458 Choose one lab to accompany 42458: 42459 T 1400-1650 SCIA 555 42463 W 1100-1350 SCIA 555 42462 R 1100-1350 SCIA 555 42461 R 1400-1650 SCIA 555 42460 F 1100-1350 SCIA 555

Chinese Studies Introduction to Chinese Language & 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 one-unit lab corequisite. date MTWR beginning Aug. 26 time 0900-0950 fee $928 place FH 178 instr Staff course CHIN 105, 4 units, 41334 CHIN 105L lab (1 unit) to accompany 41334: 47015 ONLINE Gaskell

Alchemy Inquiry into materials, methods, and processes of alchemy from perspectives of alchemist, contemporary chemistry. date MW beginning Aug. 26 time 1700-1820 fee $696 place FH 177 instr Lasko course CHEM 308, 3 units, 46021

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Dance �

Critical Thinking with Computers

Techniques and methods of traditional ballet for students at the beginning level. date MW beginning Aug. 26 time 1300-1450 fee $464 place GH102 instr Maxwell course DANC 110, 2 units, 46001

Apply critical thinking skills studying human and computer parallels, computer technology and methodology, and program development. Three hours lecture, per week. date time fee place instr course

TR beginning Aug. 27 1700-1820 $696 BSS 166 Tuttle CS 100, 3 units, 45969

Computers & Social Change How computers influence societal systems. Issues: privacy, employment, politics, social interaction, and risk. Group discussion and writing on selected issues. date time fee place instr course

MW beginning Aug. 26 1700-1820 $696 ARTB 102 Marshall CS 309, 3 units, 46094

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. 26: 45864 MW 1100-1220 NR 201 Urban 45865 TR 1300-1420 FR 201 Urban fee $696 course CRGS 108, 3 units

Development of Economic Concepts

Ballet I

Middle Eastern Dance 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. date MW beginning Aug. 26 time 1100-1250 fee $464 place GH 102 instr Anthony course DANC 245, 2 units, 46008

Equips teaching credential candidates with an understanding of economic principles and concepts for teaching at elementary and secondary level public schools. Not open to ECON majors. date time fee place instr course

MW beginning Aug. 26 1500-1620 $696 SH 117 Proulx ECON 320, 3 units, 44149

Environmental & Natural Resource Economics Apply economic principles to public policies and management of natural resources (water, air, fisheries, forestry). Benefit/cost and economic impact analyses. Choose one beginning the week of Aug. 26: 44150 MW 0900-1020 ARTA 027 Hackett 44151 MW 1300-1420 SH 117 Hackett fee $696 course ECON 423, 3 units; ECON 423D, 1 unit

Economics �

Engineering �

Contemporary Topics in Economics

Technology & the Environment

Analyze contemporary issues using the principles of microeconomics, macroeconomics, and the economics of discrimination and public choice. Use economic theory to assist in understanding the causes, effects, and possible policies for current problems. date time fee place instr course

MWF beginning Aug. 26 0800-0850 $696 SH 108 Lancaster ECON 104, 3 units, 44144

Economics of the Developing World

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. 27 time 1200-1250 fee $696 place FH 125 (lecture); (activity) instr Grafman course ENGR 308, 3 units, 42661 Choose one activity to accompany 42661: Activity 11 M 1300-1450 HGH 115 Activity 12 M 1500-1650 HGH 115

Grafman Grafman

Explore economic theory underlying development policies. Evaluate World Bank and IMF policy. Case studies covering poverty, inequality, trade & growth, policy, debt issues, health issues, education population, sustainable development, women in agriculture. ECON and BUS majors must also enroll in ECON 305D. Choose one beginning the week of Aug. 26: 44146 TR 1100-1220 SH 115 Staff 44147 TR 1300-1420 FH 179 Staff fee $696 course ECON 306, 3 units; ECON 305D, 1 unit

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Open University Energy Systems & Technology

Characters with Autism

Intro 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. 27

time 1000-1050

fee $696

place FR 105

instr Grafman

course ENGR 371, 3 units, 46566

Lab to accompany 46566:

46567 T 1400-1650 SciD 23

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Examining the Human Condition through Characters with Autism. date R beginning Aug. 27 time 1700-1950 fee $696 place FH 108 instr Bennett course ENGL 480, 3 units, 41529

Environmental Management & Protection

Water Quality & Environmental Health

Natural Resource Conservation

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.

Broad aspects; history of humanity in relation to land use; human populations in relation to resources; history of conservation movement; present day conservation problems.

date MWF beginning Aug. 26 time 0900-0950 fee $928 place JH 214 instr Achilli course ENGR 351, 4 units, 42678 Lab to accompany 42678: 42679 W 1400-1650 SciD 23 42896 R 1400-1650 SciD 23

Achilli Achilli

English � Book of the Year This class involves reading and meeting in small groups to explore topics and themes present in the 2013-2014 Book of the Year Fup. date Mandatory initial class meeting: W, Sept. 4, plus TBA. time 1700-1750 p.m. fee $232 place FH 25 instr Winter course ENGL 111, 1 unit, 46377

date time fee place instr course

MWF beginning Aug. 26 0900-0950 $696 BSS 162 Dunk EMP 105, 3 units, 45794

Interpretive Computer Graphics 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. 26: 45796 MW 1400-1650 FH 202 Harvey 46252 MW 1700-1950 FH 202 Harvey fee $696 course EMP 253, 3 units

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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. 26: 45797 MW 0900-0950 NR 224 Steinberg 45799 MW 1100-1150 NR 224 Steinberg 45801 TR 1100-1150 NR 224 fee $696 course EMP 305, 3 units Choose one activity to accompany one of the above: 45798 T 0900-1050 NR 224 Steinberg 45800 R 0900-1050 NR 224 Steinberg 45802 W 1300-1450 NR 224 Steinberg

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. Choose one beginning the week of Aug. 26: 45821 MW 1200-1250 HGH 227 Schroeder 45823 T 1700-1850 NR 224 Van Sickle 45822 W 1700-1850 NR 224 Mitchell fee $464 course EMP 435, 2 units

Environmental Science The Science & Policy for Keeping California’s Rivers Flowing With global warming just around the corner, California’s rivers will need better integration of science and policy more than ever. Unfortunately, the current science and policies are unlikely to meet this challenge. What is working and what needs changing? Our goal will be to assemble a SciencePolicy Toolkit for charting future river ecosystem management in California. Mandatory CR/NC. date time fee place instr course

T beginning Aug. 27 1700-1750 $232 WFB 258 Trush ENVS 480, 1 unit, 43178

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Film �

Multicultural Perspectives in American Society

Transmedia Studies

Historical/sociocultural perspectives of American ethnic minorities. Impact of minority status. Theoretical/methodological approaches to educating ethnic minorities. Choose one beginning the week of Aug. 26: 41329 WF 0900-1020 BSS 204 Staff 46060 TR 1300-1420 NR 201 Staff 46495 TR 1700-1820 FR 105 Staff fee $696 course ES 308, 3 units

Chicano Culture & Society in America From establishment of 16th century Spanish frontier settlements. Formation of Mexican regional cultures; status of an American racial/cultural minority. date time fee place instr course

TR beginning Aug. 27 0900-1020 $696 HGH 106 Curiel ES 314, 3 units, 46034

Campus Dialogue on Race Dynamic speakers, workshops, exhibits and screenings that relate to racial justice, civil rights, democracy, intersectional analysis, and strategies for change. There will be three Wednesday night meetings, plus attendance at Dialogue on Race events. date time fee place instr course

W, Oct. 23, Nov. 6 and Nov. 20 1700-1850 $232 BSS 204 Bell ES 480, 1 unit, 41330

African Storytelling

Transmedia storytelling represents a process where integral elements of a fiction are dispersed systematically across multiple delivery channels for the purpose of creating a unified and coordinated entertainment experience. Students will participate in the hands-on development of an actual realworld feature film project utilizing multiple digital platforms to deliver uniquely synchronized overt and covert narrative content which makes the film’s characters and events even more compelling. date MW beginning Aug. 26 time 900-1050 fee $928 place Theatre Arts Room 117 instr Scheerer course FILM 380, 4 units, 46479

Filmmaking I Introduction to fundamentals of filmmaking using the basic tools of 16mm and digital media. date TR beginning Aug. 27 time 900-1050 fee $ place Theatre Arts Room 117 instr Alter course FILM 315, 4 units, 46476

French & Francophone Studies French Level I Introduction to French; develop basic language skills. Must be taken with one-unit lab corequisite. date TWRF beginning Aug. 27 time 1000-1050 fee $928 place HGH 226 instr Dieme course FREN 105, 4 units, 41340 FREN 105L lab to accompany 41340: 47011 ONLINE Gaskell

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Critical reading and retelling of oral myth, epic and tales. Examination of the role of the West African storyteller (the griot). Spoken art’s influence on African cinema, short story and novel. Esthetic and cultural parallels between West African narratives and their European counterparts. date time fee place instr course

WF beginning Aug. 28 1300-1450 $928 FH 232 Dieme FREN 300, 4 units, 41343

Voices of the African Diaspora We will read novels written by women of African descent (from Senegal, Algeria, and Haiti) who use their agency to promote nation building. date time fee place instr course

TR beginning Aug. 27 1500-1650 $928 GH 225 Dieme FREN 340, 4 units, 41370

French Cinema French Cinema, from its early days and following its transformation through the 20th century, from Films Noirs to Nouvelle Vague and to the New French Cinema. Specialopportunity synchronous classroom course from Mount St. Mary’s College (MSMC). date time fee place instr course

TR beginning Aug. 27 0900-1000 $696 GH 225 Merrill FREN 480, 3 units, 46147

Geography � Introduction to Human/ Cultural Geography Analyzes the interaction of humans and the environment in different world regions. Investigates how changing population patterns, agricultural practices, religious beliefs, and political systems influence how humans relate to each other, and between cultures across the planet. date time place fee instr course

MWF beginning Aug. 26 1300-1350 FH118 $696 Cunha GEOG 106, 3 units, 41317

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Open University Introduction to Physical Geography Investigates the global patterns of climate, soils, vegetation, and landforms. Climate regions defined on basis of physical-environmental parameters. date time place fee instr course

TR beginning Aug. 26 1100-1220 GH218 $696 Staff GEOG 106, 3 units, 41319

Geology � Earthquake Country Understanding and preparing for earthquakes. Causes and effects of earth tremors; mechanics of earthquakes; how quakes are located and measured; earthquake risk and hazards; earthquake potential in California; earthquake prediction. Not intended for GEOL majors. Choose one beginning the week of Aug. 26: 42616 MWF 1000-1050 FH 118 Staff 42617 TR 1300-1420 FH 118 Cashman fee $696 course GEOL 105, 3 units

General Geology Physical geology. Origin and constitution of the earth, internal and external processes that determine crustal and surficial features, and methods in investigating and interpreting earth history. date TR beginning Aug. 27 time 1100-1220 place NR101 fee $696 instr Staff course GEOL 109, 3 units, 42618 Choose one lab to accompany 42618: 42621 M 1100-1350 VMH 107 Staff 42620 T 1400-1650 VMH 107 Staff 46110 M 1400-1650 VMH 107 Staff

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 time place fee instr course

M beginning Aug. 26 1700-1820 FH 25 $232 Miller GEOL 455, 1 unit, 45434

Tsunamis on the North Coast Friday evening introduction to North Coast geology and tsunami sources. All day Saturday field trip to sites in Humboldt and Del Norte counties affected by historic and prehistoric tsunamis. A short project is required.’ date time place fee instr course

F Sa, Sept. 13-14 TBA TBA $232 Dengler GEOL 700, 1 unit (CR/NC), 45514

Geospatial Science Introduction to GIS

German Studies � German Level I Introduces German through communication-based instruction and activities. Instructor may waive upon demonstration of equivalent proficiency. Must be taken with one-unit lab corequisite. date MTWR beginning Aug. 26 time 1100-11:50 fee $928 place HGH 226 instr TBA course GERM 105, 4 units, 41346 GERM 105L lab to accompany 41346: 47017 ONLINE Gaskell

History East Asian Civilization Since 1644 China, Japan, Korea, and Vietnam from 1644 to the present, emphasizing the maturing of East Asian civilization as it encountered the West. date time fee place instr course

TR beginning Aug 27 1700-1820 $ 696 FH 206 Cliver HIST 108, 3 units, 47144

Introductory course in Geographic Information Science and spatial analysis involving collection, manipulation, display, and analysis of geographically referenced data. Raster and Vector data, overlays, buffer, proximity analysis and SQL queries. Prerequisite: GSP 101 and GSP 101L.

U.S. Foreign Relations, 1789-1943

date TR beginning Aug. 27 time 1000-1050 fee $696 place FH 232 instr Graham course GSP 270, 3 units, 46778 Choose one lab to accompany 46778: 46781 T 1700-1950 FR 204A 46782 W 1700-1950 FR 203

date time fee place instr course

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Survey main themes from American Revolution through 19th century; then 1890s until World War II covered in depth. MW beginning Aug 26 1100-1250 $928 FH 177 Paulet HIST 375A, 4 units, 41802

California History Historical analysis of factors producing the complex, diverse commonwealth of California. date time fee place instr course

MW beginning Aug 26 1700-1850 $ 928 GH 218 Olson-Raymer HIST 383, 4 units, 41083

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Open University Journalism & Mass Communication Introduction to Mass Communication Mass media influence on culture; rights, responsibilities, functions and characteristics of media and the nature of news. date time fee place instr course

MW beginning Aug. 26 1500-1620 $696 MUSA 130 Cretser-Hartenstein JMC 116, 3 units, 41242

Desktop Publishing Master InDesign software to design brochures, posters, magazines and books for news and marketing publications. date time fee place instr course

MW beginning Aug. 26 1700-1820 $696 GH 215 Vaughn JMC 150, 3 units, 41240

Public Relations Methods of managing public relations as practiced by business, industrial and social organizations. Planning effective programs. Research techniques. Sociological and psychological aspects of communications. date time fee place instr course

TR beginning Aug. 27 1700-1820 $696 FH 232 Hunt Munther JMC 323, 3 units, 41241

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. Prerequisites: math remediation completed or not required. date time fee place instr course

MW beginning Aug. 26 1500-1620 $696 BSS 302 Moskowitz Math 108, 3 units, 42704

Music � Introduction to Music Non-music majors learn styles, techniques, and forms of various musical periods. Lectures, recordings, concerts. Acquire greater understanding and enjoyment of music. date time fee place instr course

MWF beginning Aug. 26 0800-0850 $696 KBR, UC 225 Ryder MUS 104, 3 units, 41404

The American Musical Historical survey of musical theatre in US, emphasizing Broadway productions. Song and dialog presented through recordings and videos. W beginning Aug. 28 1900-2150 $696 MUSA 130 Ryder MUS 105, 3 units, 41406

Video Production

date time fee place instr course

An introduction to basic video production using field cameras and digital editing software.

Intermediate Orchestra

date time fee place instr course

MW beginning Aug. 26 1300-1450 $696 GH 215 Sama JMC 156, 3 units, 41246

Study and perform orchestral music. For less experienced players. date time fee place instr course

TR beginning Aug. 27 1700-1750 $232 MUSA 131 Davy MUS 107I, 1 unit, 41422

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Native American Studies Indigenous Peoples in U.S. History How U.S. policies governing tribes are shaped by societal views of Indigenous Peoples. Analyze documents following history of federal Indian policy. Interactions among diverse Native, European, African, and Asian Americans. Choose one beginning the week of Aug. 26: 41254 MW 1500-1620 HGH 226 Sherman 46763 MW 1700-1820 HGH 226 Sherman fee $696 course NAS 200, 3 units

Native American Psychology Compare and critique selected philosophical constructs manifested within European and Native American values and experiences. date time fee place instr course

W beginning Aug. 28 1700-1950 $696 BSS 408 Giovannetti NAS 320, 3 units, 46793

Intro to Native American Perspectives on Natural Resources Management Cultural heritage as it pertains to land use. Native American economic, social, and religious relationships with natural resources. date time fee place instr course

MWF beginning Aug. 26 1200-1200 $696 HGH 225 Staff NAS 331, 3 units, 41256

Language & Communication in Native American Communities Native American languages in social, cultural, and historical contexts. Precontact languages; traditional modes of language use; efforts to preserve or revive languages. date time fee place instr course

TR beginning Aug. 27 1100-1220 $696 BSS 408 Giovannetti NAS 340, 3 units, 46558

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Open University Federal Indian Law I Unique federal/ tribal legal and historical relationship. Scope and authority of tribal governments as modified through contact with the federal government. Federal legislation and Supreme Court decisions regarding Indians and tribes. date time fee place instr course

WF beginning Aug. 28 0900-1050 $ 928 TA 114 Staff NAS 364, 4 units, 41257

Oceanography � General Oceanography Extent of the oceans; chemical nature of sea water; causes/effects of currents, tides, and waves; animal and plant life in the sea; features of the ocean floor. date MWF beginning on Aug. 26 time 1200-1250 fee $ 928 place SCIB 135 instr Abell course OCN 109, 4 units, 42400 Choose one lab to accompany 42400: 42401 T 1100-1350 NR 118 42402 T 1400-1650 NR 118 42403 W 1400-1650 NR 118 42404 R 1100-1350 NR 118 45420 F 800-1050 NR 118

Abell Borgeld Cass Abell Staff

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. Prerequisite: OCN 109 or IA. date MW beginning on Aug. 26 time 1200-1250 fee $ 696 place SH 108 instr Genger course OCN 301, 3 units, 42405 Second lecture to accompany 42405: 42406 F 1200-1250 SH 108

Philosophy � Philosophy in Shakespeare “Nothing can come of nothing,” declares Lear. While Shakespeare is not studied as a traditional philosopher, there are many very reflective and thought provoking moments in his plays. We will study “Hamlet,” “King Lear,” “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” and “Othello” to discover what philosophical insights and questions there be there. date time fee place instr course

M beginning Aug. 26 1000-1050 $232 TA 114 Goodman PHIL 391, 1 unit, 46893

Physics � Astronomy, Physics & Chemistry 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. For nonmajors. Prerequisite: ELM score of 42 or higher. date MWF beginning week of Aug. 26 time 1500-1550 fee $928 place SCIB 133 instr Campbell course PHYX 104, 4 units, 42476 Choose one lab to accompany 42476: 42477 M 1900-2150 SCIA 374 42611 T 1900-2150 SCIA 374

College Physics: Mechanics, Heat & Electricity Mechanics, fluids, heat, sound. Noncalculus,

for science majors. Prerequisite:

MATH 115 or equivalent.

Genger

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date MWF beginning week of Aug. 26

time 1500-1550

fee $928

place FH 118

instr Halmo

course PHYX 106, 4 units, 42479

Choose one lab to accompany 42479:

42480 M 1700-1950 SCIA 467 42484 T 0800-1050 SCIA 467 42483 T 1100-1350 SCIA 467 42482 T 1400-1650 SCIA 467 46481 T 1700-1950 SCIA 467 46283 W 1500-1950 SCIA 467

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General Physics I: Mechanics Calculus-based, for science/engineering students. Offered Fall only. Prerequisite: MATH 109 and Math 110 (C) with grades of C or higher. date TR beginning week of Aug. 26 time 0800-0850 fee $928 place SCIA 564 instr Bowen course PHYX 109, 4 units, 42485 Choose one activity/lab to accompany 42485: 42486 W 0900-1050 SCIA 467 F 0800-1050 42489 W 1500-1650 SCIA 467 F 1400-1650

Cosmos Grand picture in astronomy. Galaxies; general and special relativity; quantum gravity; cosmology; birth, present structure, and death of stars. For nonmajors. date TR beginning week of Aug. 26 time 1500-1620 fee $928 place FH 206 instr Hoyle course PHYX 304, 4 units, 42499 Choose one discussion to accompany 42499: 42500 W 1500-1650 SCIA 374 42502 R 1100-1250 SCIA 374

College Physics: Electromagnetism & Modern Physics Geometric optics, electricity, magnetism, electromagnetic waves, AC circuits, physical optics, relativity. Noncalculus for science majors. Prerequisite: PHYX 106 with grade of C or higher. date MWF beginning Aug. 26 time 1300-1350 fee $928 place SCIA 564 instr Halmo course PHYX 107, 4 units, 46384 Choose one lab to accompany 46384: 46385 W 1400-1650 SCIA 475 46386 R 1400-1650 SCIA 475 47165 F 0800-1050 SCIA 475

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Open University Political Science � American Government Political values, institutions, and patterns of influence in law and governance, including relations among the nation, tribes, and the state of California. Choose one online course: 45411 Aug. 26-Oct. 18 ONLINE Green 47155 Oct. 21-Dec. 20 ONLINE Green fee $ 696 course PSCI 110, 3 units

Introduction to Comparative Politics Comparison of political institutions, parties, elections, movements, policies, and issues of countries other than the United States. Basic concepts and methods of the subfield. date time fee place instr course

MW beginning Aug 26 1700-1820 $696 FH 235 Sonntag PSCI 230, 3 units, 41294

Political Regimes & Political Change Advanced study of comparative politics in regional context of Latin America, Africa, Europe, Middle East, or Asia. This semester’s topic is Europe. date time fee place instr course

TR beginning Aug 27 1500-1650 $696 FH 177 Sonntag PSCI 330, 4 units, 41304

Psychology � Human Development Overview of developmental changes across a human life span: conception through adulthood. Relevant psychological theories, research literature. date time fee place instr course

MWF beginning Aug. 26 1400-1450 $696 FH 163 Howe PSYC 311, 3 units, 44656

Recreation �

Psychology of Critical Thinking 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. date ONLINE beginning the week of Aug. 26 time ONLINE fee $696 place ONLINE instr Campbell course PSYC 100, 3 units 44644

Recreation for Special Groups

Introduction to Psychology

Theory and practice for group exercise leaders. Functional effects of exercise, safe techniques, modifications for special populations, choreography, health screening, and legal issues. Prepares individuals to be effective exercise instructors. date TR beginning Aug. 19 time 1400-1450 fee $696 place KA 202A instr Ince course KINS 339, 2 units, 47121

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. Choose one beginning Aug. 27: 44645 TR 1700-1820 ONLINE 44646 TR 11-1220 ONLINE fee $696 course PSYC 104, 3 units

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Psychology of Women Individual and social characteristics and roles. Overview, critique of theories, research. Biological/ environmental determinants of women’s psychological development, including sex differences. date time fee place instr course

TR beginning Aug. 27 TR 11-1220 $696 SH 108 Taylor PSYC/WS 300, 3 units, 44653/41678

Psychology of Prejudice Understanding prejudice: how it is expressed, its causes, consequences, and approaches for reducing prejudice. Explores multicultural and diversity issues in relation to prejudice. date TR, beginning Aug. 27 time TR 9-1020 fee $696 place BSS 166 instr Taylor course PSYC 302, 3 units, 44654

Nature and scope of recreation for special groups: developmentally disabled, socially deviant, culturally deprived, aging, minority, industrial, and military. date TR beginning Aug. 19 time 1100-1220 fee $696 place KA 104 instr McGuire course REC 310, 3 units, 46191

Group Exercise Instruction

Basic Human Nutrition Nutrient requirements for healthy living. Analyze food sources, function of nutrients, chemical processing, and food absorption. Prerequisite: CHEM 107 or IA. date ONLINE beginning Aug. 19 time ONLINE fee $696 place ONLINE instr Munoz course HED 231, 3 units, 46135

Sociology

Forest & Culture Explore relationships between human civilizations and nature/forest in global and historical contexts. Themes include deforestation, ecological degradation, conversation, life-places, bioregionalism and ecological futures. date time fee place instr course

TR beginning Aug. 27 1500-1620 $696 FH 111 Chew SOC 302, 3 units, 47058

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Open University 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 time fee place instr course

TR beginning Aug. 27 1300-1420 $696 GH 218 Martinek SOC 306, 3 units, 41044

Spanish � Introduction to the Analysis of Hispanic Literature Relation to literary problems in general. Functions and elements, literary periods, genres, trends, movements; historical context. Required of majors prior to any upper division literature courses. Prerequisite: SPAN 207 or IA. date time fee place instr course

TR beginning Aug. 27 1100-1250 $928 NR 201 Brintrup SPAN 340, 4 units, 41366

Spanish Language & Culture I Beginning Spanish I; develop understanding, speaking, reading, writing, knowledge of Hispanic culture. Language as communicative medium/ carrier of culture. Conducted in Spanish. Part 1 of 2 course sequence. Must be taken with one-unit lab corequisite. Choose one beginning the week of Aug. 26: 41354 MTWR 1000-1050 FH 178 Brintrup 41355 MTWR 1100-1150 FH 178 Dean 41356 TWR 1700-1810 FH 178 Staff fee $928 course SPAN 105, 4 units SPAN 105L lab to accompany above: 47007 ONLINE Gaskell

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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. 26: 42731 MWF 0800-0850 WFB 258 Rizzardi 42733 MWF 0900-0950 WFB 258 Adams 45723 MWF 1300-1350 BSS 166 Gledhill 46823 MWF 1500-1550 BSS 166 Gledhill fee $928 course STAT 108, 4 units Choose one lab to accompany 42731: 42732 R 0900-1050 BSS 317 42738 R 1100-1250 BSS 313 42735 R 1300-1450 BSS 313 Choose one lab to accompany 42733: 42734 T 0900-1050 SH 119 42737 T 1100-1250 SH 119 42736 T 1300-1450 SH 119 Choose one lab to accompany 45723: 45724 T 1500-1650 SH 119 45725 T 1700-1850 BSS 313 46423 T 1900-2050 BSS 313 Choose one lab to accompany 46823: 46822 R 1500-1650 BSS 317 46824 R 1700-1850 BSS 317

Theater Arts � Acting Styles: Classical Styles: Drama & Comedy Classical European Acting, Greek, Roman, Medieval, Renaissance, Comedia, Siglo de Oro, Restoration, Melodrama. Diversify your skills. Develop craft. Become more employable. Whether you are serious about the profession of acting, want to try something different, exercise your voice and body or work on your communication skills, this class will allow you to practically engage with some of the greatest writers and ideas in European literature. Every week you will be on your feet, walking the walk and talking the talk. date TR beginning Aug. 27 time 1100-1250 fee $928 place GH 002 instr Swetz course TA 315, 4 units, 46474

Makeup for Stage & Screen Theories and practical experience in a lab/lecture situation date T beginning Aug. 27 time 1500-1730 ee $928 place TA109 instr Robison course TA 121, 2 units, 46927

Scenic Design & Art Direction Design of scenic environment for stage and film. Skills in, and consideration of symbolic expression, visual aesthetics, and practical necessity. Foundation in props, model building, scene painting and computer applications. date TR beginning Aug. 27 time 900-1050 ee $928 place GH 04 instr Lane course TA 331, 4 units, 46931

Women’s Studies � Women’s Health & Body Politics Examine influences of medical establishment, governments, and transnational corporations on women’s health; assess health status of women by learning about women’s bodies; understand effects of personal behavior on health. date time fee place instr course

TR beginning Aug. 27 1700-1850 $928 SH 115 Urban WS 350, 4 units, 46035

Act to End Sexualized Violence 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? date time fee place instr course

F Sa, Sept. 20-21, F Oct. 25 F 1700-1950, Sa 0900-1650 $232 FH 118 Berry/Schnurer WS 480, 1 unit, 41107

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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 and Business Services building.

The College of eLearning and Extended Educa­ tion will attempt to notify students of any can­ cellations in course offerings. It is therefore important for students to register early and notify the College of eLearning and 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 the College of eLearning and Extended Education to request a refund. Once Distance and 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, 826-4101.

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

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COMPUTING SERVICES & LABS eLearning and 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 www.humboldt.edu/its/labs For login or password assistance, choose “myHumboldt” from the “Quick Links” on the university’s website (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.

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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 College of eLearning and 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 and Labs” for additional information.

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

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General Information FACULTY REPLACEMENT The College of eLearning and Extended Education reserves the right to substitute instructors for any of its classes.

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 College of eLearning and 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 and Labs.”

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.

HOUSING & DINING SERVICES eLearning and 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 and Dining Services: (707) 826-3451.

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 College of eLearning and 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 and Mad River Transit System (AandMRTS). Currently enrolled eLearning and 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-Friday 7:30 a.m.-11:45 p.m. Saturday-Sunday 11 a.m.-5:45 p.m. ID/Library photos are taken in the Library: Monday-Friday 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday-Thursday 6-9 p.m. or by appointment by calling 826-5601

MATRICULATED STUDENTS 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 the College of eLearning and Extended Education (not via web registration) and must pay the stated course fee. Graduate students needing to maintain continuous enrollment should contact the Office of Academic Programs and Undergraduate/Graduate Studies (826-3949) for guidance.

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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 College of eLearning and 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 the College of eLearning and 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.

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 and 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.

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 Continued next page ®

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General Information the most recent educational agency or institution attended by the student. Written requests specifying information not to be released should be sent to the College of eLearning and Extended Education.

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.

REFUND REQUESTS

SPECIAL SESSION CREDIT

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.

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.

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, 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

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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 and Labs.”

SUMMER SESSION Anyone 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 the College of eLearning and 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 taxpayer’s modified adjusted gross income. Consult IRS Publication 970 or your tax preparer for additional information.

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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) 826­ 4101 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 College of eLearning and 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.

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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 �

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

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

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

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

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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 �

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

KA Kinesiology and Athletics ............................... F6

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

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LAUREL Laurel Residence Hall F2

SandR Shipping and Receiving ............................ C8 �

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

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

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

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

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

SBS Student and Business Services .................. C6 �

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

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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 �

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

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

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

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

MCOM Marketing and 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 �

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

WWH Walter Warren House C9

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

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

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

-GGH Gist Hall................................................................C5

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

GRNH Greenhouse ................................................. D6

WFB Wildlife and Fisheries Building................... E6 WLDF Wildlife Facilities ........................................ E6 WILLOW Willow Residence Hall ......................... F2

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Humboldt State University College of eLearning & Extended Education Bulletin: Fall 2013