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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

Jan. 17

Prior to 1st class meeting

ADD without a late fee

Feb. 3

Prior to 2nd class meeting

ADD with a $25 late fee

Feb. 17

Before 25% of course time has elapsed

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

Feb. 17

Before 25% of course time has elapsed

File to change grade option to AUDIT

Feb. 17

Before 25% of course time has elapsed

File to take a course credit/no credit

March 17

Before 50% of course time has elapsed

DROP with a serious and compelling reason (no refund)

April 7

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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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® and InDesign.® 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. 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 the three introductory classes: Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign. 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

Mon./Wed., Jan 13-29 (No class Mon., Jan. 20) 6:30-9 p.m. $135 Gist Hall 215 Annie Reid EENC X031, 27624

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.

date time fee place instr course

Mon./Wed., Feb 17-March 3 6:30-9 p.m. $135 Gist Hall 215 Annie Reid EENC X031, 27628

* To receive your HSU College of eLearning & Extended Education Certificate of Completion, fill out a certificate request form upon completion of the three introductory 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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Professional Development 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. Through a series of in-class exercises, you will achieve an understanding of layer attributes, master pages, guides and margins, color definition, and linked graphic and multi-media formats.

date time fee place instr course

Mon./Wed., March 24-April 9 (No class Mon., March 31) 6:30-9 p.m. $135 Gist Hall 215 Annie Reid EENC X031, 27626

ADVANCED ADOBE CLASSES: Adobe Project Workshop

Advanced Adobe Photoshop®

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.

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.

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. date Wed./Sat., April 16-30 time Wed. 6:30-8:30 p.m.; Sat. 9 a.m.12:30 p.m. fee $160 place Gist Hall 215 instr Annie Reid course EENC X031, 27629

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. date time fee place instr course

Sat., March 8 10 a.m.-4 p.m. (with one-hour lunch break) $75 Gist Hall 215 Annie Reid EENC X031, 27625

The Instructor Annie Reid is 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)

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Certificate Programs

ONLINE CERTIFICATE IN

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

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

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.

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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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Certificate Programs

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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.

SPRING 2014 – Jan. 21-May 16: 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.

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. HSU College of eLearning & Extended Education

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

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Ecotourism Planning & Management

Online Courses

FALL 2014 – Aug. 25-Dec. 19: 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.

More details: www.humboldt.edu/ecotour

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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.

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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!

SPRING

SAT., JANUARY 25 1-3 p.m., Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center

• Meet OLLI faculty • Join OLLI or renew your membership • Register for classes 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

DATES TO REMEMBER Jan. 16 ��������� OLLI Faculty Meeting Jan. 25 ����������Open House 1-3 p.m., Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center Jan. 29 ���������Full Membership Meeting 12-1:30 p.m., Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center Feb. 14 ���������Course proposals due for Summer 2014 May 16 ���������Course proposals due for Fall 2014 May 31 ��������� Spring classes end

OLLI at HSU • www.humboldt.edu/olli • (707) 826-5880 • SPRING 2014

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

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

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Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

OLLI

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1ST WEDNESDAY...

2ND WEDNESDAY...

HSU Centennial

Conversations on Aging

Join President Rollin Richmond for an informal look at the impact, joys and challenges of the most recent decade in the 100-year history of HSU. Feb. 5 President Rollin Richmond will share a brief retrospective of his presidency. Following a distinguished career as a faculty member, researcher in evolutionary biology, and academic administrator, President Richmond was appointed the sixth president of HSU in 2002. Since his appointment, HSU has gained recognition as a studentcentered, diverse, and sustainable university which serves as an important community and economic hub. President Richmond has announced that he will retire at the end of the 2013-14 academic year.

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. Feb. 12 John McFarland was an Arcata volunteer fireman while attending HSU and joined the Eureka Fire Dept. after he graduated in 1970. He worked up through the ranks to Fire Chief and retired after 30 years. He has retired three times as the Fire Chief in Eureka, Del Norte, and most recently Arcata. John remains active within the fire community as a consultant and volunteer. March 12 Laura Hennings graduated from HSU in theater arts in 1970 and earned a masters in special education at UOW. After retiring as a resource specialist with Eureka City Schools, she began a second career as a singer/songwriter. She co-founded the Soulful Sidekicks and also joins Topaz Trio as their jazz vocalist. Laura is also an active community volunteer. April 9 Ken Fulgham was a 1970 graduate in range management at HSU. After he received his MS at NMU and a PhD at USU, he returned to teach at HSU. With 35 years as professor of rangeland resources and chair of the forestry and wildland resources department, he is retiring this May. Ken will remain active as board director of the Society for Rangeland Management and the 2013 chairman for Buckeye Conservancy. He also plans to write a book called Range at Humboldt. May 14 Berit Meyer holds a wildlife management degree from HSU. She is a founding partner of Ramone’s Bakery and Café and still owns the bakery with her husband. They have expanded it to five locations, a restaurant and catering business. As an HSU runner, Berit continues to compete as a marathoner and endurance horse rider (ride and tying). She has been invited back to run in this year’s Boston Marathon.

Humboldt State Special Collections Librarian Joan Berman will 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. March 5 HSU Library has a rich history and a developing future as the academic culture and research methods shift through time. April 2 Service Learning - CCAT and Y.E.S. Humboldt State students are known for community involvement and dedication to a sustainable future. May 7 Graduation traditions through the century at HSU, honoring and creating traditions. 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.

All sessions are noon-1:30 p.m. at the Humboldt Bay Aquatics Center, Eureka FREE to OLLI Members (27730)

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OLLI FREE! FOR OLLI MEMBERS ONLY

3RD WEDNESDAY...

4TH WEDNESDAY...

Highlights of Humboldt

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. Feb. 19 Joan Berman, Special Collections librarian, will present the history of theater arts at HSU as part of the Centennial Celebration. March 19 Monica Stephens, geography professor, has attracted national and international media attention, with her “Geography of Hate” map. At the heart of the map was this question: Where in America do people use the most hate speech? Stephens and three undergrads mapped the geographic location of 150,000 tweets that used racist, homophobic or anti-disabled slurs from June 2012 to April 2013. April 16 Roy Furshpan, Director of Center Arts How does Center Arts develop each season’s incredible program? Get a behind-thescenes look at how its director attracts big names to the HSU Van Duzer Theater. May 21 Justus Ortega, kinesiology professor, has offered his Seeking Balance class for OLLI for the past three years, learn about his research, discoveries and involvement with STRONG and other active senior groups in our community.

5TH WEDNESDAY... Apr. 30 Marianne Pennekamp, born in Karlsruhe, Germany, has been an active member of our community for many decades. She received her Bachelor’s degree, MSW and PhD in the School of Social Welfare at the University of California at Berkeley. Her work, writings, speeches and outspoken advocacy for effective practice and policy are why she is a recognized authority throughout the country and internationally.

Individuals and groups in Humboldt County have visualized and created positive change resulting in programs, businesses and environmental achievements. Learn the creation stories of some major community assets. Feb. 26 Los Bagels is an inspiring home-grown marketing and success story. Owner and founder Dennis Rael will share how Los Bagels was created, and how it evolved into a highly successful business. March 26 The Headwaters Fund is a major source of grant and loan support for projects addressing the economic needs of Humboldt County. Dawn Elsbree, its executive director, will share the story of the Fund’s creation and development. Recent projects include the Forest Products Initiative to support marketing of redwood products, and matching funds for the Arcata/Eureka Airport and Redwood Region Economic Development Commission to help attract a second airline. April 23 Dell’Arte Company and School attracts actors from all over the world, many coming as students to learn innovative acting and comedy. Michael Fields, artistic director will tell the creation story of this performance group, the focus of its school, and its entertaining productions. May 28 Ink People Center for the Arts makes invaluable contributions to the arts and the community by “Weaving the Arts into the Fabric of Community.” Libby Maynard, co-founder and executive director, will share how this amazing program was created in 1979 to encourage excellence in the showing, teaching and making of art.

All sessions are noon-1:30 p.m. at the Humboldt Bay Aquatics Center, Eureka FREE to OLLI Members (27730)

OLLI at HSU • www.humboldt.edu/olli • (707) 826-5880 • SPRING 2014

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

Wednesday Brown Bag Lunch Presentations & Discussions

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Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

OLLI SPRING 2014 Climate Change: Water & Forests in the North Coast Region

Coast Guard: A Tour of the Past & Present

Examine impacts of recent climate changes and expected future changes on water resources, ecosystems, coastal sea-level changes, redwood tree growth, and wildfire. With Rosemary Sherriff. This class includes a field trip (see page 48). date Fri./Sat., May 30-31 time Fri.: 3-6 p.m. Sat: 9 a.m.-1 p.m. fee Members $55/nonmembers $80 (27744) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka & off site

Explore the history of the Coast Guard, tour both the Humboldt Bay Station and the Helicopter Air Station for a behind-the-scenes look at the work of the dedicated service men and women. With Maggy Herbelin. This class includes a field trip (see page 48). date Tues., April 1-15 time 10 a.m.-noon fee Members $55/nonmembers $80 (27732) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center and Coast Guard Bases

Shifting Sands Dynamics of Humboldt Bay Dunes & Beaches Explore the geologic processes that have shaped the landscape, where the sand comes from, how it moves, and how it influences patterns of vegetation. With Mary Ann Madej and Carol Vander Meer. Students will receive a copy of “Humboldt Bay Beaches, Dunes and Wetlands Map and Guide” as part of the class fee. This class includes a field trip (see page 48). date Tues., Feb. 11-18 time 1-3 p.m. fee Members $65/nonmembers $90 (27743) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka & Humboldt Coastal Nature Center

Redwood Parks Coast History: Gyon Bluffs, Gold Bluffs & False Klamat Cove Join Ranger Jim Wheeler to hear Yurok stories about the last huge tsunami, an account of the gold rush to Gold Bluffs, learn about Gyon Bluffs and the history of False Klamath Cove. date Wed. & Thurs., April 2-3 time 2-4 p.m. fee Members $45/nonmembers $70 (27829) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

The Armchair Traveler: Railroad! There were more railroads in Humboldt County than just the Northwestern Pacific. Let Jerry and Gisela Rohde show you several – built and unbuilt, famous and obscure – from the Annie & Mary to the proposed 1909 east-west line to Redding. We’ll even visit two versions of the soon-to-be demolished Hammond Bridge. With Jerry and Gisela Rohde. date Sat., March 8 time 1-3 p.m. fee Members $30/nonmembers $55 (27817) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

Fortuna: Making Friends with the Friendly City Join Jerry and Gisela Rohde for a walk around downtown Fortuna. Visit historic houses, arresting architecture, and long-forgotten crime scenes. This class includes a field trip (see page 48). date Sat., May 10 time 1-3 p.m. fee Members $30/nonmembers $55 (27775) place Fortuna

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OLLI History Hotspots: Freshwater & Bayside

Humboldt Links to the Golden Gate

Discover the history and uncover logging railroads, quarries, and various roadside attractions that once lay between Arcata and Eureka. With Jerry and Gisela Rohde. date Sat., April 5-12 time 1-3 p.m. fee Members $45/nonmembers $70 (27774) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

Identify the products of industry, prominent individuals, and transportation developments between Humboldt County and the San Francisco Bay Area. With Ray Hillman. This class includes a field trip (see page 48). date Tues., March 11-22 time Tues.: 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Sat.: 10 a.m.- 3 p.m. fee Members $65/nonmembers $90 (27768) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

One Hundred Years with the Northwestern Pacific Railroad Explore the hopes, heartaches and high points in the history of this railroad from construction to near abandonment, concentrating on the line between Willits and Trinidad. With Ray Hillman. This class includes a field trip (see page 48). date Tues./Sat., Feb. 18-March 1 time Tues.: 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Sat.: 10 a.m.- 3 p.m. fee Members $65/nonmembers $90 (27766) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

World War II Station B-71: The Farm That Wasn’t Redwood National Park is home to the historic WWII Radar Station B-71, a unique early warning radar station camouflaged to appear as a farm. With Interpretive Park Ranger Liam Carey-Rand. date Sat., May 3 time 1-3 p.m. fee Members $30/nonmembers $55 (27760) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

Our WWII Homefront Learn what was going on along the Humboldt County coast during WWII through lecture, slideshow and field trip with Ray Hillman. This class includes a field trip (see page 48). date Mon./Sat., March 24-April 5 time Mon.: 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Sat.: 10 a.m.- 3 p.m. fee Members $65/nonmembers $90 (27767) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

OLLI at HSU Full Membership MEETING Wednesday, January 29 Noon-1:30 p.m. Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

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SPRING 2014 Using Genetics fo Genealogy Research

Queens Marrying North: Blanche of Castile

Join Michael Cooley to learn the basic terminology and concepts used by genetic genealogists and explore the four types of tests to helpful to the family historian. date Mon., May 12 time 3-6 p.m. fee Members $30/nonmembers $55 (27762) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

Join Tom Gage as he investigates the influences of historical women whose heritage contributed to modernizing northern Europe. date Thurs., Feb. 20-March 13 time 3:30-5:30 p.m. fee Members $65/nonmembers $90 (27765) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

Genealogy & Family History

The Arc aeology & Culture of the Viking

Make your ancestors’ lives part of your life. Discover what to expect as you research records and find out who else has already dug in the past. With Michael Cooley. date Sat., April 26-May 17 time 10 a.m.-noon fee Members $65/nonmembers $90 (27763) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

The Home Museum: Caring For Your Heirlooms Discover simple, low-tech and inexpensive ways to repair and preserve your treasured items, so you can enjoy them now and pass them on later. Items of care may be brought in for analysis. With Pam Service. date Sat., Feb. 15-22 time 1-3 p.m. fee Members $45/nonmembers $70 (27828) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

The Royal Genealogie of Britain Explore the royal genealogies of England, Ireland, and Scotland from antiquity to the present day. With Michael Cooley. date Sat., April 26 time 1-4 p.m. fee Members $30/nonmembers $55 (27761) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

Examine the material evidence scattered throughout Europe and the Mid-East during the Viking Age and explore how they have infiltrated our modern society through film, books and television. With Barbara Klessig. date Mon., March 17-April 14 time 4-6 p.m. fee Members $70/nonmembers $95 (27769) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

Prepare for D Day: Join the French Resi tance! Practice speaking French by re-enacting the French Resistance in World War II. Your mission will be to learn enough French to go to a “village in France” and help a resistance group there. With Suzanne Gilbert. date Fri., March 7- April 4 time 10 a.m.-noon fee Members $65/nonmembers $90 (27736) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

Locating Utopia: Utopian Thinking & Its Evolution Th ough History Explore multiple dimensions of utopia as complex historical, philosophical, cultural and social phenomenon. With Anna Lipnik. date Thurs, Feb. 27-March 20 time 2-4 p.m. fee Members $65/nonmembers $90 (27827) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

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OLLI Colombia is Magical Realism

Films from Down Unde : Part 2

Explore Colombia through the genre of Magical Realism, the land where magical elements are a part of the culture, art and literature. With Christopher Calonje. date Thurs., April 17 time 2-4 p.m. fee Members $30/nonmembers $55 (27812) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

Philip Wright will screen seven films from sunny Australia. Explore the amazing and diverse culture from down under through films and discussion. date Wed., March 12- April 23 time 6-9 p.m. fee Members $85/nonmembers $110 (27745) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

Traveling in Southeast Asia

Chado: The Japanese Way of Tea

Join Barry Evans and Louisa Rogers, two veteran travelers recently returned from Southeast Asia, as they share the challenges of traveling - language, money, visas, meeting people, health and safety. date Tues, April 8 time 6-8:30 p.m. fee Members $30/nonmembers $55 (27814) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

Join J.E. Harvey II to learn guest etiquette, how to receive tea, interact with other guests and how to host in a formal tea setting, as well as the history, philosophy and arts and crafts associated with Chado. See further information about preparation for this course on the OLLI at HSU website (www.humboldt.edu/olli). date Sun., Feb. 23 time 9 a.m.-5 p.m. fee Members $45/nonmembers $70 (27824) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

Bhutan & Tibet: The Tour Without the Airfare Compare and contrast these two countries: Bhutan is clinging to ancient customs while Tibet is rapidly developing toward first world status. With Roland Lamberson & Rick Vrem. date Tues., April 22 time 6-8 p.m. fee Members $30/nonmembers $55 (27816) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

Rashomon in Context Enjoy and examine Akira Kurosawa’s 1950 film Rashomon in the context of post war Japan. With Michael Cooley. date Tues., May 6 time 6-9 p.m. fee Members $10/nonmembers $35 (27735) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

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East is East & West is West Afghans & Briti h in India’s Northwe tern Frontier This course offers a long-term look at wars in Afghanistan beginning with the British intervention in 1838. Discover how an examination of history and consequences may inform current policies and activities in the region. With Bob Service. date Sat., March 29-April 12 time 1-3 p.m. fee Members $55/nonmembers $80 (27777) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

The Beautiful Game: History & Mystery of World Cup Soccer This class will look at the history and highlights of soccer and the road to the World Cup, the biggest single-event sporting competition in the world with Tim Laney. date Thurs., April 17-May 1 time 6-8 p.m. fee Members $55/nonmembers $80 (27770) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

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SPRING 2014 North Coast Artists Showcase

Creative Travel Photography

Features six noted Humboldt County artists who will share their work and talk about the process of making art. In a very special appearance, we will have Robert Yarber, President of the Morris Graves Foundation, talk about Morris Graves’ artwork. Other featured artists include: Micki Dyson-Flatmo, Suk Choo Kim, George Bucquet, Emily Silver, Teresa Stanley. Facilitated by Amy Uyeki. date Wed., March 26-April 30 time 4:30-6 p.m. fee Members $80/nonmembers $105 (27729) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

Experience a lively blend of lectures, discussions, and assignments in this class as we tackle the challenges of photographing with creative intent while on the move with a digital camera. With Lorraine Miller-Wolf. Please bring your camera. date Tues., Feb. 25-March 18 time 3-5 p.m. fee Members $65/nonmembers $90 (27723) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

Painting With Oil

In only one week you’ll learn many operational basics and shortcuts, as well as commonly-used productivity features, and how to install popular free “apps” (programs). Learn to add music, photos, and video to your iPad. All participants will be invited to attend monthly iPad troubleshooting and app explorations sessions. With Joan VanDuzer and Kim Vincent-Layton. This course is for OLLI Members only. You’ll need an iPad, and credit card to purchase apps through an AppStore Account. date Tues./Thurs., March 4-6 time Noon-2 p.m. fee Members $50 (27808) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

Find the artist within you. Learn how to see beyond what is before your eyes and bring what you see into a painted piece of art. Open to all ability levels. With Jarrett Smith. A materials list for this course is available on the OLLI at HSU website (www.humboldt.edu/olli). date Fri., Feb. 7-March 14 time 1-3 p.m. fee Members $75/nonmembers $100 (27728) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

Art Photography with Your iPhone or Smart Phone Make art with your smart phone. Get tips on how to use simple apps like Instagram to create art with your phone photographs. With Bob Doran. Bring your smart phone. This class includes a field trip (see page 48). date Sat., March 15-29 time 1-3 p.m. fee Members $55/nonmembers $80 (27722) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka and off-site

iPad Basics for Beginners

Digital Storytelling Simplified Examine structure, visuals, sound and music to create a digital story. Basic video editing in iMovie will bring it all together. No previous experience required. With Eileen McGee. Computers are provided for this course. If you have a Macbook with iMovie and prefer to work on your own computer, contact the OLLI office at 826-5880 or e-mail olli@humboldt.edu. date Thurs., March 6-20 time 1-3 p.m. fee Members $75/nonmembers $100 (27818) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

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OLLI Book Arts: This Book is a Star! This spectacular book, when closed, looks like any other book, but when it is opened the pages pop out and form a star. The basic skills of gluing, folding, measuring and cutting, and long-stitch sewing will be covered. Appropriate for all levels. With Michele Olsen. A materials list for this course is available on the OLLI at HSU website (www.humboldt.edu/olli). date Tues. & Thurs., Feb. 4-6 time 1-4 p.m. fee Members $55/nonmembers $80 (27727) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

Book Arts: Stab Bindings Join Michele Olsen for a day of book binding. Stab bound books lend themselves to journals, scrapbooks, guest books, and gift books. These formal bindings were developed over hundreds of years in Japan, Korea, and China. A materials list for this course is available on the OLLI at HSU website (www.humboldt.edu/olli). date Thurs., May 1 time 1-5 p.m. fee Members $45/nonmembers $70 (27726) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

Take it Slow, Take the Train Back by popular demand! Learn the ins and outs of preparing for train trips including secrets of packing, ordering tickets, sleeping and dining. With Louise Bacon-Ogden and Dave Ogden. SESSION 1: date Thurs., Feb. 13 time 2-4:30 p.m. fee Members $30/nonmembers $55 (27810) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka SESSION 2: date time fee place

Thurs., Feb. 20 5:30-8 p.m. Members $30/nonmembers $55 (27811) Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

Beyond Tours: Freewheeling Independent Travel for all Ages You may remember traveling easily and effortlessly in your youth. Do you think traveling has become more dangerous and difficult in a post 9/11 era? Learn how today’s travel can be freer, lighter and more open than ever with world travelers Louisa Rogers and Barry Evans. date Thurs., April 3-17 time 2-4 p.m. fee Members $55/nonmembers $80 (27815) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

25 Songs that Changed the World Using background details from songwriters, historical perspective and personal stories, we will explore songs that influence the world both politically and emotionally. With Laura Hennings. date Tues., March 11-25 time Noon-2 p.m. fee Members $55/nonmembers $80 (27780) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

Introduction to Steel Drum Learn to play the steel drums with Kate Lang-Salazar in this fun and enriching class! New classes begin each month for students of all levels. No previous musical training required. Choose one or more sessions held on Fridays, 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., at the Pan Arts Network, 1049 Samoa Blvd., Unit C, Arcata: SESSION 1: date Fri., Feb. 7-28 fee Members $50/nonmembers $75 (27784) SESSION 2: date fee

Fri., March 7-28 Members $50/nonmembers $75 (27785)

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Fri., April 4-25 Members $50/nonmembers $75 (27786)

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Fri., May 2-30 Members $50/nonmembers $75 (27787)

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SPRING 2014 Yoga in Ferndale

Peace Corps: Boomers & Beyond

Join Laurie Birdsall to increase health, strengthen and stretch your muscles, improve your posture, and flexibility in body and mind. This class is held in Ferndale. date Tues., Feb. 11-March 4 time 10-11 a.m. fee Members $40/nonmembers $65 (27746) place Ferndale City Hall

Learn about the origins and purpose of the Peace Corps, the application process, preparing for service and experiences of being a volunteer. With Maggie Kraft. date Sat., April 5-12 time 10 a.m.-noon fee Members $40/nonmembers $65 (27803) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

Wine Tasting 101: Introduction to Wine Appreciation

Local Walks for Exercise & Pleasure

Get an introduction to numerous wines, regions, varietals and styles, examine wine tasting techniques, wine aging and restaurant purchasing etiquette. With Randy Ward. date Tues., March 4-25 time 6-8 p.m. fee Members $70/nonmembers $95 (27734) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

Do You Want to Be a Wine Judge? Learn about evaluating wines in a competitive setting, “how the pros do it” and participate in tasting exercises to evaluate competency. Prerequisite: Wine Tasting 101 or approval of instructor. With Robert Hodgson. date Tues., April 1 time 6-8 p.m. fee Members $40/nonmembers $65 (27733) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

Travel With a Purpose Do your part to promote peace, goodwill and understanding through world travel. Learn how Servas links people together globally through travel and personal connections with Phyllis Chinn. date Wed., March 5 time 10 a.m.-noon fee Members $30/nonmembers $55 (27813) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

Share ideas for keeping exercise fresh and fun -from clothing and footwear choices to locations and scenery. Get a brief introduction to HSU’s Gait Analysis Program at the Biometrics Lab. With Janette Heartwood. date Tues., Feb. 18-25 time 10 a.m.-noon fee Members $45/nonmembers $70 (27749) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

Seeking Balance Join Dr. Justus Ortega and his team from the HSU Biomechanics Lab for a day of balance and fall risk assessment; discuss the implications of reduced balance and provide strategies for improving stability and reducing the risk of falls. date Thurs., March 27-April 3 time 2-4 p.m. fee Members $45/nonmembers $70 (27805) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

Born to Move Rediscovering Your Inner Exerciser Join Louisa Rogers to rediscover the joy of being physical and the unexpected benefits that exercise will bring. date Tues., April 1-8 time 2-4 p.m. fee Members $45/nonmembers $70 (27807) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

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OLLI Brain Health

Introduction to Gentle Yoga

Gain a better awareness of how your brain is affected by what you do on a day to day basis. Develop greater knowledge to make healthy choices for your brain. With John Yamas. This course is based on the optional book: Why Isn’t My Brain Working? by Datis Kharrazian. date Mon., Feb. 3-10 time 6-8 p.m. fee Members $45/nonmembers $70 (27758) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

Designed for the very beginning yoga student or anyone who has been away from yoga for a few years. Learn the basic foundation, the use of props, correct alignment, conscious, relaxed breathing and all of the basic stretches. With Patricia Starr. Bring a blanket, mat and a water bottle. Some mats will be available. If you want to purchase a mat, talk with instructor about the best purchase options. date Tues., Feb. 4-18 time 1:30- 3 p.m. fee Members $50/nonmembers $75 (27757) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

Living Well: Managing Nutrition, Medications & Stress Maria Spetzler, PA, will share how to read nutrition labels, combine foods to reduce chronic disease, navigate medicines and medical choices and the benefits of stress reduction, sleep and exercise. date Mon., Feb. 24-March 10 time Noon-2 p.m. fee Members $30/nonmembers $55 (27752) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

Our Pathways to Health Discover a wide variety of self-management tools, brainstorming, and goal setting techniques to improve the overall health and well being for yourself or someone for whom you provide care. With Marion Love and Pam Smith. For OLLI members only. date Mon., March 17-April 21 time 2-4:30 p.m. fee Members $5 (27731) place Eureka Community Health & Wellness Center, 2200 Tydd Street, Eureka

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Gentle Yoga Learn yoga with focus on both floor and standing poses for strength, balance and flexibility at any age. With Patricia Starr. Please bring a blanket, mat, and water bottle. Choose one or more sessions held on Mondays, 1:30-3 p.m. at the Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center in Eureka: SESSION I: date Mon., Feb. 3-24 fee Members $65/nonmembers $90 (27753) SESSION 2: date fee

Mon., March 3-24 Members $65/nonmembers $90 (27754)

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Mon., April 7-21 Members $50/nonmembers $75 (27755)

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Mon., May 5-19 Members $50/nonmembers $75 (27756)

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SPRING 2014 Pilates Plus for OLLI

Walking Through Jung’s Red Book

Build a stronger, healthier body. Improve posture, balance and flexibility with the elegant and flowing movements of Pilates. With Joanne Fornes. Choose one or more sessions: SESSION 1: date Wed., Feb. 5-12 time 10:30 a.m.-noon fee Members $70/nonmembers $95 (27747) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

Almost a hundred years ago Carl G. Jung began The Red Book -only released for publication in 2009. Look at the history and publication of this text and how it influenced Jung’s psychological theories. With Madeline McMurray. date Thurs., March 13-27 time 2-3:30 p.m. fee Members $55/nonmembers $80 (27737) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

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Wed., March 19-April 23 4:30-6 p.m. Members $70/nonmembers $95 (27748) Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

Tai Chi Made EZ Learn a short version of Tai Chi made up of simple, smooth, circular movements designed to stretch, limber, tone and strengthen the body. With Glenda Hesseltine. SESSION 1: date Mon., Feb. 3-March 10 time 3-4:30 p.m. fee Members $70/nonmembers $95 (27750) place Arcata Presbyterian Church SESSION 2: date time fee place

Mon., March 17-April 21 3-4:30 p.m. Members $70/nonmembers $95 (27751) Arcata Presbyterian Church

Living Tao T’ai Ji Join Christopher Campbell in this energetic, natural exercise that benefits the whole body. Release stress, revitalize internal organs and refresh the mind. date Tues. & Wed., March 4-5 time 2-4 p.m. fee Members $50/nonmembers $75 (27797) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

Moving Your Words: A Writing Class Go from “I don’t know where to start” to developing ideas, expanding your imagination, and finally moving your words onto paper. With Suzanne Samberg. date Tues., April 8-29 time 2-4 p.m. fee Members $65/nonmembers $90 (27821) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

The Poet’s Path Extend your poetic vision, strengthen your unique voice and write straight to the emotional center of things. With Pat McCutcheon. date Thurs., April 3-24 time 2-4 p.m. fee Members $65/nonmembers $90 (27791) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

Discovering Your Voice: Becoming a Poet Read works by recognized poets and examine them both for inspiration and clues to technique for our own writing. This poetry class welcomes writers at any level. With Pat McCutcheon. date Thurs., Feb. 6-27 time 2-4 p.m. fee Members $65/nonmembers $90 (27790) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

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OLLI Mary Oliver: Nature’s Poet of Vision, Myste y & Spirit

Embracing Ourselves: An Introduction to SoulCollage

Delve into a selection of the works that Pulitzer Prize and national Book Award winner Mary Oliver published during her 40 years as a writer. With Bonnie Shand. date Tues., March 25-April 15 time 1-3 p.m. fee Members $65/nonmembers $90 (27789) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

Explore the world of soul images in a fun, relaxed, and supportive environment with SoulCollage.® With Marilyn Montgomery. All materials are provided. date Thurs., Feb. 20-March 13 time 3-5 p.m. fee Members $45/nonmembers $70 (27825) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

Writing as a Spir tual Journey

Celebrating Community with SoulCollage®

Allow your writing practice to be an adventure into surprising and unexplored territory. With Bonnie Shand. date Tues., Feb. 4-March 11 time 1-3 p.m. fee Members $80/nonmembers $105 (27823) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

Conscious Living for Life Enrichment Examine how applying brain theory and practices such as mindfulness, allows you to consciously control your thoughts and habits, and enrich your life. With Jane Woodward. date Wed., March 5-19 time 2-4 p.m. fee Members $55/nonmembers $80 (27809) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

The Art of Mindfulness Discover how learning the art of mindfulness awareness brings a greater capacity for equanimity, joy and wellbeing in your life. With Marilyn Montgomery. date Wed., Feb. 26-March 19 time 6-8 p.m. fee Members $65/nonmembers $90 (27804) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka FOR FULL COURSE DESCRIPTIONS, SEE THE OLLI AT HSU BOOKLET & WEBSITE

Learn how your ancestors, family and community are a continual shaping presence in your soul, offering a net of love, support and wisdom. With Marilyn Montgomery. date Thurs., March 27-April 14 time 3-5 p.m. fee Members $65/nonmembers $90 (27725) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

The ABCs of Peak Aging: A Primer for Living Long & Well Look at ways to consciously age with grace, intelligence, wisdom and most of all – gratitude. We will also explore practical issues including health care directives and writing your obituary. With Sharon Ferrett. For OLLI members only. date Wed., April 23-May 28 time 10 a.m.-noon fee Members $65 (27798) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

Writing for Children & Young Adults Learn to write and publish fiction and non-fiction books for children and young adults. With Pam Service. date Sat., March 29-April 12 time 1-3 p.m. fee Members $55/nonmembers $80 (27822) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

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SPRING 2014 Textbook Mythologies Explore how the 18th Century is depicted in American textbooks, see what remains the same and what changes, and how all textbooks, new and old, develop narratives that may or may not be adequate representations of the past. With Ray Raphael. date Thurs., April 3-17 time 4-6 p.m. fee Members $55/nonmembers $80 (27772) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

We The People The cornerstone of our American democracy, this mantra is actualized through the ballot box. Take a closer look at the history of apportionment, current issues in Congress and how decisions are made with Charles Biles. date Tues., May 6-20 time 2-4 p.m. fee Members $55/nonmembers $80 (27759) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

The Grand Jury: Democracy’s Watchdog Learn how jurors are selected, how investigations are conducted, and how public reports are developed, with emphasis on Humboldt County. With Diane Lehman. date Thurs., Feb. 13-20 time 10 a.m.-noon fee Members $40/nonmembers $65 (27826) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

Start the Press: Great Events in Media History Discuss momentous moments in journalism including the invention of printing, sensationalism, muck-raking, the Pentagon papers, Watergate and more with Maclyn McClary. date Fri., April 25-May 2 time 10 a.m.-noon fee Members $40/nonmembers $65 (27771) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

Gross Steel: Carnegie, Jones & Frick in American Industry

Who or What Are We? Symbiosis on a Personal Scale

Explore production, management, and financing of gross steel – the material that bridged chasms, changed city skylines and precipitated world wars. With Tom Gage. date Tues., Feb. 18-March 11 time 6-8 p.m. fee Members $65/nonmembers $90 (27764) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

Join Robert Rasmussen to examine four episodes of biological exploration and interconnectedness that have had a profound impact on who we are, as a species and as individuals. date Fri., April 25-May 16 time 3-4:30 p.m. fee Members $65/nonmembers $90 (27796) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

Great Decisions 2014

Bats!

Join us for a spirited conversation about U.S. foreign policy issues that affect our nation and our personal lives. Topics include China’s Foreign Policy, Climate Change, Turkey, Food Security, Defence Technology, Energy Independence, Islamic Awakening and U.S. Trade Policy. With Kia Ora Zeleny. date Thurs., March 13-May 8 time Noon-2 p.m. fee Members $95/nonmembers $120 (27779) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

Find out more about these incredible winged mammals and their contribution to the health of the environment. Dispel myths and learn about the gentle, friendly and beneficial bat! With Louise Bacon-Ogden. date Thurs., Feb. 6 time 6-8 p.m. fee Members $30/nonmembers $55 (27793) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

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Take an OLLI class at the Garberville Civic Club.

All OLLI members are welcome to attend.

Literature of Slavery

An Introduction to Soul Collage®

Join in a thoughtful conversation about slavery in America, as seen in literature. Come to the first class having read selections of your choice from Bullwhip Days: The Slaves Remember by James Mellon. We will also read a biography of George Washington and two novels—to be assigned. With Marie Raphael. This class is held in Garberville. date Wed., Feb. 5-May 14 time 6-8 p.m. fee Members $75/nonmembers $100 (27788) place Garberville Civic Club

SoulCollage® is a creative process for accessing your intuition and creating cards with deep, personal meaning that will help you with life’s questions and transitions. With Marilyn Montgomery. This class is held in Garberville. date Sat., April 5 time 1-4 p.m. fee Members $45/nonmembers $70 (27724) place Garberville Civic Club

Mindfulness Meditation

This class offers different ways to discover those U.S. poets who speak to/for you. Perhaps, we will even find our own inner poet. With Suzanne Samberg. This class is held in Garberville. date Wed., April 9-30 time 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. fee Members $65/nonmembers $90 (27792) place Garberville Civic Club

Practice the attitude of open awareness, develop concentration, relaxation and loving-kindness. With Lauris Phillips. This class is held in Garberville. date Wed., March 12-26 time 10 a.m.-noon fee Members $55/nonmembers $80 (27806) place Garberville Civic Club

Textbook Mythologie Explore how the 18th Century is depicted in American textbooks, see what remains the same and what changes, and how all textbooks, new and old, develop narratives that may or may not be adequate representations of the past. With Ray Raphael. This class is held in Garberville. date Wed., April 2-16 time 4-6 p.m. fee Members $55/nonmembers $80 (27773) place Garberville Civic Club

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Who’s Your Poet?

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. With Suzanne Samberg. This class is held in Garberville. date Wed., April 9-30 time 1:30-3:30 p.m. fee Members $65/nonmembers $90 (27819) place Garberville Civic Club

Moving Your Words: A Writing Class Go from “I don’t know where to start” to developing ideas, expanding your imagination, and finally moving your words onto paper. With Suzanne Samberg. This class is held in Garberville. date Wed., April 23-May 14 time 4-6 p.m. fee Members $65/nonmembers $90 (27820) place Garberville Civic Club

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SPRING 2014 Three Ancient Mysteries Explore King Arthur, the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World and the demise of the dinosaurs with Barry Evans. date Wed., April 2-16 time 2-4 p.m. fee Members $55/nonmembers $80 (27795) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

Our Solar Sy tem: An xplorer’s Guide

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Join space tour guide Mark Bailey as he shares the latest spacecraft and space probe information, including the rewards and hazards of space travel. date Tues., April 8-May 13 time 4-6 p.m. fee Members $75/nonmembers $100 (27794) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

Contract Bridge for Beginners Learn the rules and tools to enable you to completely play the game: point counts, bidding, scoring, and playing the hands. With Robert Fornes. date Wed., Feb. 5-12 time 10 a.m.-noon fee Members $75/nonmembers $100 (27801) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

Contract Bridge for Intermediates Learn more about playing and defending in a trump or no-trump contract and clarify many complex bidding issues. With Robert Fornes. date Wed., Feb. 5-March 12 time 2-4 p.m. fee Members $75/nonmembers $100 (27802) place Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka

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

l IN PERSON: Drop by the College of eLearning & Extended Education at HSU, Student & Business Services Building, Suite 211 (2nd floor). Hours: M-F, 8 a.m.5 p.m. Registration forms must include payment (cash, check or credit card).

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

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

OPEN UNIVERSITY provides an opportunity for those who are not currently admitted to Humboldt State University to enroll in university courses.

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

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FEES $232 pe unit $25 ate fee Open University fees are subject to revision. Some courses may also require an individual course fee, as indicated in the schedule of classes.

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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. This hybrid course will meet face-toface 66.6% and then engage in asynchronous online activities during the remaining 33.3% of the time. Choose one beginning the week of Jan. 21: 21039 MW 1300-1350 BSS 166 Staff plus online activity 21037 ONLINE Smith fee $696 course ANTH 104, 3 units, 21039

Middle Eastern Cultures This course explores the diverse aspects of Middle Eastern society. Geography, recent history, politics, and economics serve as contexts within which the cultural mosaic of ethnicity, social patterns, religion, and women’s issues are discussed. Attention is given to art, literature, and music. date M beginning Jan. 27 time 1800-2050 fee $696 place SH 110 instr Brookshire course ANTH 306, 3 units, 26910

Field Archaeology Field experience in local area or in summer field school. Content varies: surface survey, mapping, or excavation. May involve placement with federal or state agency. date W beginning Jan. 22 time 1700-1850 fee $696 place BSS 310 instr Staff course ANTH 357, 3 units, 25917

Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences Marching Lumberjacks Drive on, Humboldt! Be part of the HSU scatter band for games, parades, and other fun things. date TR beginning Jan. 21 time 1700-1750 fee $232 place SRC 165 instr Staff course AHSS 150, 1 unit, 26847

Plants & Civilization Plants that have played important roles in our economic, social and cultural development; ethnobotanical aspects of edible, medicinal and psychoactive plants. Prerequisite: completed lower division life science GE. date MW beginning Jan. 22 time 1700-1820 fee $696 place SCIB 135 instr Henkel course BOT 300, 3 units, 25545

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Biology 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. Choose one: 26387 MWF 0900-0950 UC 225 Staff beginning Jan. 22 27655 ONLINE Callahan Feb. 24-May 16 fee $696 course BIOL 102, 3 units

Human Biology Lab Instructor approval required. Choose one beginning the week of Jan. 21: 26389 R 1700-1950 SCIA 455 26390 ONLINE 26391 F 1100-1350 SCIA 455 26392 F 1400-1650 SCIA 455 fee $232 course BIOL 102L, 1 unit

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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. date MTWR beginning Jan. 21 time 0800-0850 fee $928 place SH 108 instr Chen course BA 210, 4 units, 24697

Principles of Management Staff Staff Staff Staff

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 Jan. 21: 24618 TR 1300-1450 SH 108 Staff 25015 MW 0900-1050 SH 109 Vizenor 26720 TR 1500-1650 SH 117 Modarres fee $928 course BA 370, 4 units

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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

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First course in accounting. Measurement and reporting principles used in U.S. to prepare financial reports for investors/creditors. Computer applications demonstrate design of accounting information systems. Choose one beginning the week of Jan. 21: 26717 Online Online Staff 26555 TR 0900-1050 SH 109 Staff 26556 MW 1100-1250 SH 117 Lancaster fee $928 course BA 250, 4 units

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Terminal course. Fundamental concepts and applications of general and inorganic chemistry. Letter grade only. Prerequisite: ELM score of 42 or higher. date TR beginning Jan. 21 time 0900-1020 fee $928 place SCIB 135 instr Martinez course CHEM 107, 4 units, 22258 Choose one lab to accompany 22258: (11) F 0800-1050 SCIA 552 (12) F 1100-1350 SCIA 552 (13) F 0800-1050 SCIA 556 (14) F 1100-1350 SCIA 556 (15) F 1400-1650 SCIA 556

Gen ral Chemi ry Fundamental concepts: chemical foundations, stoichiometry, chemical reactions, gases, thermochemistry, atomic theory, bonding, liquids, solutions. For students in science, engineering, and related majors. Letter grade only. Prerequisite: math remediation completed or not required. Choose one beginning the week of Jan. 21: 22264 MWF 0900-0950 SCIB 135 Paselk 22275 MWF 1300-1350 SCIB 135 Staff 26588 MWF 1400-1450 SCIB 135 Cappuccio fee $1160 course CHEM 109, 5 units Refer to online class schedule to select discussion/lab to accompany lecture: www.humboldt.edu/extended/hsu-class-schedules

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 week of Jan. 21 time 1000-1050 fee $928 place SCIB 135 instr Smith course CHEM 328, 4 units, 22295 Choose one lab to accompany 22295: (11) T 1100-1350 SCIA 555 Smith (12) T 1400-1650 SCIA 555 Martinez (13) W 1100-1350 SCIA 555 Martinez (14) R 1100-1350 SCIA 455 Smith/Martinez (15) R 1400-1650 SCIA 555 Smith/Martinez

Int odu to y io hemi ry Brief course. Prerequisite: CHEM 322 or 328 with a grade of C- or higher. date MWF beginning Jan 22 time 1300-1350 fee $928 place SCIA 564 instr Kyte course CHEM 438, 4 units, 25179 Choose one discussion to accompany 25179: (12) R 1100-1150 SCIA 460 Kyte (13) R 1200-1250 SCIA 460 Kyte

Child Development Reflective upervi io Participants consider the elements of reflective supervision; develop professional skills needed for implementing reflective supervision in complex human service environments and practice using reflective supervision in a safe, supportive environment. Prerequisite: Supervised practicum experience or consent of the instructor. M beginning Jan. 27 date time 1700-1850 fee $464 place HGH 105 instr West course CD 480, 2 units, 27643

Chinese Studies Chine e Level II Continuation of CHIN 105. Students will continue to develop basic conversational skills and beginning proficiency in reading and writing. Spoken and written Mandarin Chinese through the study of Pinyin system, vocabulary, syntax, grammar and culture. Authentic linguistic and cultural contexts may include music, dance, Chinese philosophy, and the history of idioms. Corequisite: One-unit lab. date MTWR beginning Jan. 21 time 0900-0950 fee $1160 place BSS 211 instr Staff course CHIN 112, 4 units, 21269 CHIN 112L lab (1 unit) to accompany above: 27417 ONLINE ONLINE Staff

C lt re Co ver ation nd Ca l graphy Three-evening seminar introducing Chinese language and travel in China with an emphasis on cultural and historical sites.  Simple conversational phrases and greetings. Also includes a Chinese calligraphy demonstration and hands-on practice. date WRF, Feb. 26-28 time 1700-2120 fee $232 place SH 110 instr Staff course CHIN 280, 1 unit, 21271

Computer Science Cri ical Thinking ith Computer Apply critical thinking skills studying human and computer parallels, computer technology and methodology, and program development. date MW beginning Jan. 22 time 1700-1820 fee $696 place SCIB 133 instr Staff course CS 100, 3 units, 26723

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Open University Co pu e & oci l Cha e How computers influence societal systems. Issues: privacy, employment, politics, social interaction, and risk. Group discussion and writing on selected issues. date TR beginning Jan. 21 time 1700-1820 fee $696 place FH 111 instr Marshall course CS 309, 3 units, 26449

Critical Race, Gender & Sexuality Studies Powe /Privile e: ende & Race Sex C a 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 Jan. 21: 26138 MW 1700-1820 FH177 Staff 26139 TR 1500-1620 NR 201 Staff 26140 TR 1700-1820 NR 201 Staff fee $696 course CRGS 108, 3 units

Dance Jazz Dan e Style I Techniques and choreography for beginners. date MW beginning Jan. 22 time 1300-1450 fee $464 place GH 102 instr Maxwell course DANC 120, 2 units, 26524

Africa D nce Learn dances, songs, and rhythms from various African regions and peoples. Experience African dance as prayer, celebration, a healing power, a demonstration of community, a joyful release of energy, and as an ecstatic connection to the universe.

Economics Contempor r Topic in cono ic 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 MWF beginning Jan. 22 time 0800-0850 fee $696 place NR 101 instr Lancaster course ECON 104, 3 units, 24630

I er io a conomic & G obaliz tion Economic theories of trade and finance. Evaluate theories of trade and finance. Evaluate effects of world trading system and globalization. Debate role of international institutions (WTO and IMF). Corequisite: ECON and BUS majors must also enroll in ECON 305D (1 unit). date MW beginning Jan. 22 time 1500-1620 fee $696 place SH 110 instr Adams-Kane course ECON 305, 3 units, 25188 ECON 305D (1 unit, ECON and BUS majors only): 25189 T 1600-1650 Adams-Kane fee $232

Develop en o onomi Con ep 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 MW beginning Jan. 22 time 1500-1620 fee $696 place SH 109 instr Proulx course ECON 320, 3 units, 24635

date W beginning Jan. 22 time 1800-1950 fee $232 place KA 202A instr Ketelsen course DANC 240, 1 unit, 26150

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onomi Hi tory o he Uni ed S te Trace development of American economy and underlying economic, legal, and social institutions. Examine interaction among economic, social, and political conditions. Critique conventional wisdom on economic interpretation of historical issues, such as the revolution, Civil War, and slavery. Corequisite: ECON and BUS majors must also enroll in ECON 323D (1 unit). Choose one beginning the week of Jan. 21: 25575 MW 1500-1620 FH 235 Eschker 25576 MW 1300-1420 FH 108 Eschker fee $696 course ECON 323, 3 units ECON 323D (1 unit, ECON and BUS majors only): 25577 T 1300-1350 KA 104 Eschker fee $232

Engineering App opriate Tech ology Engineering technology applied to energy, water, waste, food and shelter. Hands-on experience, including building earthen structures such as cob benches, measuring head and flow for microhydro installations, photovoltaics, and working with Campus Center for Appropriate Technology (CCAT). Prerequisites: lower division science GE, and ENGR 114 or PHYX 106 or PHYX 109. Not allowed for credit toward engineering major. date M beginning Jan. 27 time 1700-1850 fee $696 place HGH 225 instr Grafman course ENGR 305, 3 units, 25344 Lab to accompany 25344: Lab W 1400-1650 SCID 5

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Wa er Q li y & nvironment Heal h Water quality analysis. Physical, chemical, and biological factors of water quality. Introduction to drinking water and wastewater treatment processes. Engineering aspects of communicable disease control and exposure to toxic materials. Prerequisite: ENGR 115, CHEM 110, BIOL 105. date MWF beginning Jan. 22 time 0900-0950 fee $928 place SCID 17 instr Achilli course ENGR 351, 4 units 22518 Lab to accompany 22518: 22519 R 1400-1650 SCID 23

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Open University Geology r hqua e Coun ry 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. MWF beginning Jan. 22 date time 1000-1050 fee $696 place FH 118 instr Michalak course GEOL 106, 3 units, 22453

General Geol gy 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 Jan. 21 time 1100-1220 fee $928 place SH 108 instr Michalak course GEOL 109, 4 units, 22454 Choose one lab to accompany 22454: (11) T 1400-1650 VMH 107 Michalak (13) W 1100-1350 VMH 107 Hemphill-Haley

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An introduction to the geologic and tectonic setting of Humboldt County. Friday evening overview of terminology and paleoseismic tools for investigating prehistoric earthquakes. Saturday field trip tours the Cascadia fold and thrust belt including surface expression of faults, evidence of uplift and subsidence, and sites featured prominently in recent seismic hazard studies.

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.

date F Sa, April 11-12 time F 1800-2100, Sa 0800-1600 fee $232 place TBA instr Hemphill-Haley course GEOL 700, 1 unit, 25321

Geospatial Studies

date MW beginning Jan. 22 time 1200-1250 fee $696 place NR 101 instr Barnes course GSP 270, 3 units, 27143 Choose one lab to accompany 27143: (11) T 1700-1950 FR 203 (12) W 1700-1950 FR 203 (13) R 1400-1650 FR 203 (15) F 1100-1350 FR 203

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Concepts and techniques of data collection using mapping grade GPS units. Topics include understanding data collection protocols, data processing, GIS integration, error sources, differential correction, and other advanced capabilities. date MW beginning Jan. 22 time 1100-1150 place NR 107 fee $696 instr Huggett course GSP 330, 3 units, 27149 Lab to accompany 27149: Lab F 0800-1050 FR 203 Huggett

Communication-based approach to the Germanspeaking world. Develop basic language skills while learning about cultural differences/ similarities. Corequisite: One-unit lab.

Geo patia Programming I Introduction to programming for geospatial students. Covers problem decomposition, control structures, simple data structures, testing, and documentation, using the Python programming language and geospatial-oriented examples. date MW beginning Jan. 22 time 0900-1020 place FR 203 fee $928 instr Graham course GSP 118, 4 units, 27139 Lab to accompany 27139: Lab F 1300-1450 SCIA 364 Graham

date MTWR beginning Jan. 21 time 1100-1150 fee $1160 place HGH 225 instr Staff course GERM 106, 4 units, 25471 GERM 106L lab (1 unit) to accompany above: 27471 ONLINE ONLINE

Health Education B sic Hum n Nut i io Nutrient requirements for healthy living. Analyze food sources, function of nutrients, chemical processing, and food absorption. Prerequisite: CHEM 107 or IA. date ONLINE beginning Jan 21 time ONLINE fee $696 place ONLINE instr Munoz course HED 231, 3 units, 25229

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Open University History His ory o Mexico Surveys Mexican history from pre-Columbian indigenous societies to present-day EZLN uprising in Chiapas. Focus placed upon political, economic, environmental history, and foreign relations with the United States. date MW beginning Jan. 22 time 0900-1050 fee $928 place FH 236 instr Pasztor course HIST 326, 4 units, 21061

Hi ory o Brazil Political, economic, and social/cultural history from the colonial era to the present day. Special emphasis on the legacy of African slavery and on Brazil’s multi-cultural society. date MW beginning Jan. 22 time 1300-1450 fee $928 place FH 181 instr Pasztor course HIST 327, 4 units, 26677

Journalism & Mass Communication In odu tio o Ma Com unic tio Mass media influence on culture; rights, responsibilities, functions and characteristics of media and the nature of news. date MW beginning Jan. 22 time 1300-1420 fee $696 place FH 235 instr Moss course JMC 116, 3 units, 21001

De ktop Publ hi Master InDesign software to design brochures, posters, magazines and books for news and marketing publications. date MW beginning Jan. 22 time 1700-1820 fee $696 place GH 215 instr Vaughn course JMC 150, 3 units, 21188

Mathematics Con e pora y Mathematic Nonmathematicians see some of the character of mathematics. Topics vary. Prerequisite: Math remediation completed or not required. Choose one beginning the week of Jan. 21: 22535 MWF 0900-0950 FH 118 Kim 25870 MW 1500-1550 KH 102 Flashman fee $696 course MATH 103, 3 units Choose one discussion to accompany 22535: (11) F 0900-0950 HGH 106 MacQueen (12) F 0900-0950 FR 107 Evangelista (13) F 0900-0950 ARTA 27 Chen (14) F 0900-0950 NR 201 Devita (15) F 0900-0950 BSS 408 Falk Discussion to accompany 25870: Seminar MW 1600-1620 KA 102 Flashman

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

Various cultures’ influence on development of mathematics. “Pythagorean” theorem before/ after Pythagoras; history of pi from biblical to modern times; primes and perfect numbers from Euclid to today; evolution of algebra from Omar Khayyam to Renaissance and beyond. Meets history requirement for math secondary education, but for math majors does not count toward 26 units of 300-level (or above) courses. Prerequisite: Math 115 or equivalent.

date TR beginning Jan. 21 time 1100-1250 fee $928 place FH 235 instr Hamilton course HIST 353, 4 units, 27350

date TR beginning Jan. 21 time 1500-1650 fee $696 place GH 215 instr Sama course JMC 156, 3 units, 21192

date MWF beginning Jan. 22 time 1300-1350 fee $696 place BSS 302 instr Oliver course MATH 301, 3 units, 25482

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Moder Bri in Britain from the Act of Union: Parliament to Devolution; the Industrial Revolution and its cost; the rise and loss of Empire; and the establishment and fate of the welfare state.

From World War II to present day, emphasizing themes such as domestic politics, U.S. visions of its role in the world, the media, and changing world conditions. date MW beginning Jan. 22 time 1500-1650 fee $928 place FH 177 instr Paulet course HIST 375B, 4 units, 25296

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G oup Exe cise I t u ion 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 Jan 21 time 1400-1450 fee $464 place KA 202A instr Ince / Jareunpoon course KINS 339, 2 units, 27378

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Indigenou People i U. . Hi tor 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, Choose one beginning the week of Jan. 21: 21201 MW 1500-1620 BSS 204 Sherman 27295 MW 1700-1820 BSS 204 Sherman fee $696 course NAS 200, 3 units

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Explore relationships between human civilization and nature/forests in global and historical contexts. Themes include deforestation, ecological degradation, conservation, life-places, bioregionalism, and ecological futures. Corequisite: SOC majors must also enroll in SOC 302M (1 unit). date TR beginning Jan. 21 time 1100-1220 fee $696 place FH 25 instr August course SOC 302, 3 units, 21029 SOC majors must also enroll in the following: 21030 F, Feb. 14 1700-2050 BSS 408 Chew Sa, Feb. 15 0800-1850 fee $232 course SOC 302M, 1 unit

Spanish Spanish L nguage & Cul ure I Beginning Spanish I; develop understanding, speaking, reading, writing, knowledge of Hispanic culture. Language as communicative medium/carrier of culture. Conducted in Spanish. Part one of a twocourse sequence. Corequisite: One-unit lab. Choose one beginning the week of Jan. 21: 21275 MTWR 0800-0850 HGH 225 Staff 21276 MTWR 1500-1550 ARTA 27 Staff 21277 MTWR 1600-1650 HGH 226 Staff fee $1160 course SPAN 105, 4 units SPAN 105L lab (1 unit) to accompany above: 27477 ONLINE

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Problems of radicalized power and inequality: causes, processes, theoretical considerations, and social movements. Multiple perspectives on problems and peacemaking efforts. Corequisite: SOC majors must also enroll in SOC 303M (1 unit).

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 TR beginning on Jan. 21 time 1100-1220 fee $696 place GH 218 instr Eichstedt course SOC 303, 3 units, 21026 SOC majors must also enroll in the following: 21580 F, April 11 1700-2050 BSS 408 Staff Sa, April 12 0800-1850 fee $232 course SOC 303M, 1 unit

date MWF beginning Jan. 22 time MW 1100-1150, F 1100-1250 fee $928 place WFB 250/FH 236 instr Staff course SPAN 340, 4 units, 21284

So ology o A tru Co pa ion Altruism and compassion as an antidote to a divided world. Create a more caring society by understanding what motivates people to action. Corequisite: SOC majors must also enroll in SOC 308M (1 unit). date TR beginning Jan. 21 time 1300-1420 fee $696 place FH 111 instr Martinek course SOC 308, 3 units, 21031 SOC majors must also enroll in the following: 21032 F, Feb. 28 1700-2050 BSS 408 Chew Sa, March 1 0800-1850 fee $232 course SOC 308M, 1 unit

Theater Arts Acting or the Camera Acting principles for film, commercials, television and voice-overs, including shot size, continuity, taking direction, unique vocabulary, interviews and auditioning, and the “business” of acting.

Color T ory We will study various ways cultures value color: spiritually, economically, and symbolically. You will also obtain a comprehensive knowledge of the objective laws of color which is required to grow beyond the subjective narrowness of self. date R beginning Jan. 23 time 1500-1650 fee $232 place TA 17 instr McHugh course TA 480, 1 unit, 26775

Women’s Studies In rod ctio o Women Stu ie Experiences and perspectives of women of different ethnicities, social classes, sexualities, ages, and other points of intersection with gender. Choose one beginning the week of Jan. 21: 21079 TR 1700-1820 BSS 204 Staff 21654 MW 1300-1420 NR 201 Staff fee $696 course WS 106, 3 units

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This course will focus both on the experiences of trans-identified persons as well as consideration of selected conceptual issues related to identity, justice, and society. date T, Jan. 21-March 4 time 1900-2050 fee $232 place HGH 106 instr Staff course WS 480, 1 unit, 27464

date TR beginning Jan. 21 time 0900-1050 fee $928 place GH 02 instr Swetz course TA 415, 4 units, 26817

Classes shown in this section are a small sampling of over 2,000 available. See the complete listing at www.humboldt.edu/extended/hsu-class-schedules The key to campus buildings is on page 50.

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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 Education will attempt to notify students of any cancellations 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) 8264357, 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-bycourse 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

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 site (www.humboldt.edu), choose “Log into 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) 8264101 or e-mail transcripts@humboldt.edu.

VERIFICATION OF ENROLLMENT Students who need an official verification of current enrollment may request this verification in writing from the 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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HH Hadley House.................................................B4

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

RWC Recreation & Wellness Ctr....................... E5

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

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

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

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

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

SCIA Science A.....................................................D5

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

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

SCIB Science B.....................................................D5

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

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

SCIC Science C......................................................D5

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

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

SCID Science D.....................................................D5

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

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LAUREL Laurel Residence Hall........................F2

Canyon, The........................................................... D1

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

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

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

CERAM Ceramics Lab.........................................A5 CDL Child Dev Lab, Swetman............................ C6 CHINQU Chinquapin Residence Hall................C1 College Creek Complex........................................A7 College Creek Field..............................................A7 CREEKL Creekside Lounge...............................F2 Creekview Complex..............................................F2 CYPRES Cypress Residence Hall..................... C2

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SCIE Science E......................................................D5 SCULPT Sculpture Lab.......................................A5 SHASTA Shasta Residence Hall.......................B7 S&R Shipping & Receiving................................C8 SH Siemens Hall................................................... C3 SBS Student & Bus Services............................ C6 SRC Student Recreation Center....................... F5 SUNSET Sunset Residence Hall......................B2

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NHE Nelson Hall East.......................................... C3

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

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WWH Walter Warren House.............................. C9

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

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

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

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