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The.Office.of.Extended.Education. is.in.the.Student.&.Business. Services.Building.(Suite.211).at. the.corner.of.Harpst.and.B.streets. on.the.HSU.campus..It.is.open.8.

The.self-supporting.outreach.department.of.Humboldt.State.University Student & Business Services Building, Suite 211 1 Harpst St., Arcata, CA 95521-8299 Phone (707) 826-3731 • Fax (707) 826-5885

For.further.information.on.course. offerings,.registration,.teaching. courses.or.to.get.on.the.mailing.list,.

extended@humboldt.edu • www.humboldt.edu/extended Disability.accommodation.may.be.available..Contact.Extended.Education:.(707).826-3731.

SUMMER 2012

Summer Session deadlines MAY.28.....................................................Memorial.Day.(Campus.closed) JULY.4.......................................................Independence.Day.Holiday.(Campus.closed)

SUMMER SESSION Instructional dates

a.m.-5.p.m.,.Monday-Friday.

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2nd 5 weeks

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2- and 3-day sessions

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Assistant.Registrar..............................Kristin.Branlund-Girod

Director.of.EE/OLLI.Programs...........Sheila.Rocker.Heppe

Registration.Specialist........................................................ TBD

Registrar................................................................... Bonny.Vösu

Administrative.Support.Coordinator.......Nate.Cacciari.Roy

Extension.Coordinator.................................... Donna.Gephart

Graphic/Web.Designer............................................. Grace.Kerr

Special.Programs.Coordinator........................... Ward.Angles

Student.Assistants..... Rebecca.Springer,.Alexandra.Talbot,

OLLI.Program.Assistant.............................. Rebecca.Cacciari

Deanna.Midgely,.Mario.Torres,.Adriana.Swancy

Assistant.Registrar............................................. Meredith.King

Road.Scholar.On-site.Coordinator................ Marilyn.Hoover

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HSU.is.an.AA/EO.Employer..


REGISTRATION & PAYMENT OF FEES ................... 2 ADDS, DROPS & REFUNDS . ....................................... 3 EXTENSION . .................................................................... 4 TRAVEL/STUDY PROGRAMS ................................... 16 REGISTRATION FORM: EXTENSION ....................... 17 OLLI . .................................................................................. 19

REGISTRATION FORM: OLLI...................................... 37 SUMMER SESSION...................................................... 39 GENERAL INFORMATION . ....................................... 44 HSU MAP . ........................................................................47 HSU PHONE NUMBERS . ....... INSIDE BACK COVER

3D Modeling in SketchUp............................................................................ 5 A Walk is an Invisible Object: Walking as an Art Form.......................... 5 Architecture Design Studio, Intro to......................................................... 5 Creating a Photographic Memoir...............................................................4 Explorations in Afro-Cuban Dance & Drum.............................................6 Humboldt Music Academy..........................................................................8 North Coast Arts Intensive Summer Workshops for Artists............... 7 Photographing Humboldt at Twilight.......................................................4 Social Networking for Photographers.....................................................4 The Studio School.........................................................................................8

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Child Abuse Mandated Reporter Training............................................. 14 Ecotourism Planning & Management Certificate Program................11 Exercise Nutrition Certificate Program..................................................10 Faculty Preparation, Certificate (Teaching in Higher Education)......10 GRE Prep Class............................................................................................ 14

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute Kundalini Yoga & Meditation..................................................................... 15 Let’s Get Organized!................................................................................... 12 Natural A’s..................................................................................................... 12 Notary Training...............................................................................................9 Paralegal /Legal Secretary Certificate Courses.....................................9 Regional Training Institute: Disaster Preparedness........................... 13 What Were You Born To Do?..................................................................... 12

UNIVERSITY EDVENTURES Belize Archaeology Field School............................................................. 16 Bird Awareness............................................................................................ 15 China-Tibet Field Project........................................................................... 16 Costa RicaPrimate Field Program........................................................... 16 Dominican Republic.................................................................................... 16 Follow Alexander Von Humboldt’s Footsteps in Quito...................... 16 Montpellier, France Language Study...................................................... 16 Sierra Institute Wilderness & Cultural Field Studies........................... 16 Study Abroad Future Programs.............................................................. 16

Summer Session For the most recent updates to Summer Session, see the online catalog of classes at: www.humboldt.edu/oaa/classes.shtml

ANTHROPOLOGY . ..............................................................................41 BIOLOGY.................................................................................................41 BOTANY...................................................................................................41 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION.........................................................41 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, MASTERS IN.............................41 CHEMISTRY............................................................................................41 CHILD DEVELOPMENT..................................................................... 42 HEALTH EDUCATION......................................................................... 42 HISTORY................................................................................................. 42 JOURNALISM & MASS COMMUNICATION................................. 42 KINESIOLOGY....................................................................................... 42 MATHEMATICS..................................................................................... 42

MUSIC...................................................................................................... 42 PHILOSOPHY....................................................................................... 42 PHYSICAL EDUCATION..................................................................... 42 PHYSICS................................................................................................. 42 POLITICAL SCIENCE...........................................................................43 PSYCHOLOGY........................................................................................43 SOCIAL WORK.......................................................................................43 SOCIOLOGY............................................................................................43 SPECIAL EDUCATION.........................................................................43 STATISTICS.............................................................................................43 WILDLIFE................................................................................................43

Online Learning Anthropology of Religion: ANTH 302....................................................41 CE Credits Online....................www.humboldt.edu/extended/cecredits Cultural Anthropology: ANTH 104..........................................................41 Decolonizing Social Work With Indigenous Peoples: SW 580........43 Ecotourism Planning & Management Certificate Program................11 Exercise Nutrition Certificate Program..................................................10 Faculty Preparation, Certificate (Teaching in Higher Education)......10 Financial Accounting: BA 250.................................................................41

2012 OLLI

Extension CREATIVE ARTS

SUMMER

Introductory Biostatistics: STAT 109.....................................................43 Life-Span Development: CD 350........................................................... 42 Logic: PHIL 100......................................................................................... 42 Mass Media & Popular Arts: JMC 302.................................................. 42 Paralegal /Legal Secretary Certificate Courses.....................................9 Principals of Marketing: BA 340............................................................41 Psychology of Critical Thinking: PSYC 100..........................................43 Psychology of Sport & Exercise: KINS 474......................................... 42

OPEN HOUSE............................................................................................. 19 CALENDAR & INFORMATION............................................................... 19 INDEX BY DAY OF THE WEEK............................................................. 20 ART............................................................................21, 22, 29, 30, 33, 34 COMMUNITY..................................................23, 24, 25, 27, 29, 31, 32 GLOBAL/CIVIC ISSUES..................................................21, 26, 35, 36 HEALTH.........................................................................................32, 35, 36 HISTORY..........................................................22, 23, 24, 25, 27, 28, 36 PRACTICAL SKILLS.................................... 25, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34 SCIENCE/MATH............................. 21, 23, 24, 25, 26, 28, 30, 31, 32 SELF.........................................................................................31, 32, 33, 34 SPORTS................................................................................................25, 35 TRAVEL.................................................................................22, 27, 28, 30 WRITING...............................................................................29, 30, 33, 34 Arab Spring...................................................................................................36 Armchair Traveler: Unknown Coast.........................................................27 Art, Science & Biodiversity....................................................................... 21 Bird Behavior................................................................................................32 Black Bear & Cougar Country.................................................................. 30 Break the Symptom Cycle.........................................................................35 Coastal Marsh Writing Excursion............................................................ 29 Corporate Personhood...............................................................................35 Creative Imagery.........................................................................................33 Day of Yoga and Mindfulness...................................................................32 Exit 101..........................................................................................................36 Falk Walk.......................................................................................................23 Following your Passion.............................................................................. 31 Gardening for Wildlife................................................................................. 31 Gentle Yoga...................................................................................................32 Herbs on the North Coast..........................................................................32 Hidden Treasures in Your Backyard........................................................ 31 Horse Mountain.......................................................................................... 28 Humboldt Bay Wildlife Refuge.................................................................23 Introduction to the Book Arts................................................................. 30 Living on Shaky Ground............................................................................ 29 Made for the Trade..................................................................................... 24 Making your Case: Advocacy................................................................... 34 Modern Dance Innovators.........................................................................33 Pacific Coast Writing Excursion.............................................................. 29 Paddle Trinidad Bay....................................................................................25 Painting the Bay: Watercolor....................................................................22 Patagonia & Easter Island........................................................................ 28 Rambling Among the Redwoods.............................................................22 Redwood Parks Coast History Tour........................................................27 Restoring an Old Growth Forest............................................................. 26 Rivers & Streams Writing Excursion...................................................... 29 Soul Collage................................................................................................. 34 Sports & the Media.....................................................................................35 Trinidad & the California Gold Rush........................................................25 Watershed Restoration............................................................................. 24 Writing Fiction..............................................................................................33

ON THE COVER: Sand mandala by HSU students in EED/SED 721, Multicultural Foundations for Teaching Credential Candidates, taught by Dr. Patty Yancey. Fall 2011. Photos by Kelly Jo Brown, HSU Marketing & Communications


Registration Summer Session Registration

Payment of Fees

Signatures may be required. See page 39 for Summer Session registration process.

Extended Education can accept payment by check, money order, cash or credit card. Please make all checks or money orders payable to Humboldt State University.

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

BY MAIL:

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

Office of 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.

(All courses)

® Full payment of fees is required

FEES (Subject to revision) EXTENSION: Noncredit Classes..................As listed

at the time of registration.

Extension Credit: Per Unit........$150

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

Contract Credit: Per Unit...............$50

DEADLINES

SUMMER SESSION & SPECIAL SESSION

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

Per Unit.......................................... $270 ✱ A “returned check” charge is assessed for a check returned to the Cashier unpaid by the bank for any reason. There is a $25.00 fee for all returned checks, including “stop payments.” In addition, there may be a late registration fee charged if the returned check was made in payment of registration fees. In accordance with the State Administrative Manual, Section 8023, all persons who have issued a check to the University that was dishonored by the bank may be required to make all further payments by cash, certified check, cashier’s check or money order. Students may also be liable for punitive damages allowable through the California Civil Code, Chapter 522, Section 1719, which states that the maker of a dishonored check can be held liable for three times the amount of the check, or $100, whichever is more, up to $500, plus the face value of the check and court costs.

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

REGISTRATION DEADLINES:

Extension, Special Session, OLLI and non-credit For Summer Session deadlines, see calendar on inside front cover.

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.

Deadline to ADD without a late fee

Prior to 2nd class meeting

ADD with a $25 late fee

Before 25% of course time has elapsed

DROP and receive full refund minus $10

Prior to 1st class meeting

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

Before 25% of course time has elapsed

DROP with a serious and compelling reason (no refund)

Before 75% of course time has elapsed

FILE to take a course CREDIT/NO CREDIT

Before 50% of course time has elapsed

www.humboldt.edu/extended

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

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


Adds, Drops & Refunds Drop & Refund Policy Since Extended Education is a self-supporting program, enrollments in courses must be sufficient to pay salaries and other expenses. The following refund procedures have been adopted according to the formula for refunds established in Title V of the California Administrative Code. A student who, for any reason, finds it impossible to complete the course for which s/he is registered must inform the Office of 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 (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

DROP ON OR AFTER THE FIRST CLASS SESSION:

Extension Refund Schedule DATE DROPPED

courses of 5 meetings or more courses of 4 meetings or less

Prior to the first class session................. Total fee minus $10 On or after the first day............................. No refund

Summer Session & Special Session Refund Schedule DATE DROPPED

REFUND AMOUNT

Prior to the first class session................. Total fee minus $10

5+ week session

(All courses)

REFUND AMOUNT

Prior to the first class session................. Total fee minus $10 On or after the first day............................. 65% of fees collected will be refunded until 25% of the course time has elapsed After 25% of course time elapsed......... No refund

All fees returned.

DROP BEFORE THE FIRST CLASS SESSION

First two days of class............................... Total fee minus the fee for one unit Any other day of the first week............... (Total fee minus the fee for one unit) x 65% Any day of the second week.................... (Total fee minus the fee for one unit) x 25% After second week..................................... No refund

3-4 week session

Prior to the first class session................. Total fee minus $10 First two days of class............................... Total fee minus the fee for one unit Any other day of the first week............... (Total fee minus the fee for one unit) x 65% Any day of the second week.................... No refund

DROP ON OR AFTER THE FIRST CLASS SESSION

2 week session or less

Prior to the first class session................. Total fee minus $10 After the first class session...................... No refund

See refund schedules to the right.

One unit courses must be dropped prior to the first meeting for students to be eligible for a refund of total fees minus $10 service charge. There is no refund any time after the class begins.

(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.

DISTANCE LEARNING (Internet/Online; excluding Summer Session)

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

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

The time of drop shall be determined by the date written notification is received by the Office of Extended Education, or postmark on mailed notification, whichever occurs first. Arranged classes, i.e. Directed/Independent/Graduate Continuous Enrollment/ Conference Studies, are considered to have begun on the first day of the semester. (If you enroll midterm for an arranged class, for refund purposes you have begun your studies on the first day of the term.)

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

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Creative Arts Social Networking for Photographers Now is a great time to get your photography in shape and stretch out into the social networking world. This series is designed to help photographers develop and implement successful strategies for self-promotion in today’s creative art arena. Presentations and discussions address such topics as: editing images effectively, writing your statement, the value of networking on websites such as Flickr, blogging with Tumblr and setting up social networking on Facebook for your photography, researching appropriate venues and opportunities, managing and organizational strategies, and most importantly – getting your work out there. At the end of this series, you will have created individualized strategies to promote yourself and your work with confidence, clarity, and insight into the process. date Tues., May 22-June 19 time 5-7 p.m. fee $200 place HGH 115 instr Colleen Longo course EENC X013, 31286

PHOTO BY STEVE KAMELGARN, “PHOTOGRAPHING HUMBOLDT IN TWILIGHT,” SPRING 2012

Photographing Humboldt at Twilight

Creating a Photographic Memoir A memoir, as commonly understood through the written and spoken word, is simply a translation of memory. Photographers, much like writers, also have a remarkable language available to them for exploring and telling personal narratives. Photographs have been a key source for reminiscence since the medium’s inception. This course is an introduction to PHOTO BY COLLEEN LONGO the conscious creation of a personal memoir through photographs. New images and projects are mapped out through exploration of your existing work, by looking at the work of others who have created autobiographical work, and by simply telling stories to one another in the class.

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Wed., May 23-June 20 5:30-7:30 p.m. $200 HGH 226 Colleen Longo EENC X013, 31287 HSU Extended Education

Study the contrasts of atmospheric moods. Changing conditions of light and weather interact with architecture and nature to build an endless series of twilight skies and seascapes, each hinting at change and mystery. This course offers something new and different for the interested photographer. Twilight can be magical time to photograph, but can often yield disappointing results. In this class we will overcome under-exposed images and will test out and play with a variety of results that will teach new ways to interact with light as it turns from day into night. This course includes a field trip. All participants are required to complete a Release of Liability form.

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Mon., June 4-July 2 6-8 p.m. $200 HGH 226 Colleen Longo EENC X013, 31219

Colleen Longo received her MFA from Pratt Institute. She earned her B.A. in studio art, photography from Humboldt State University. Longo was selected by Michael Brenson of New York Magazine to participate in a public symposium critiqued by David Levi-Strauss, where her work was described as being “film noir meets modern nostalgia.” She has exhibited her work extensively in New York and in Humboldt County as well. Colleen has assisted and lectured at the International Center of Photography and the School of Visual Arts. Currently, she is traveling across America photographing her close female friends and her grandmother.

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


Creative Arts Intro to ARCHITECTURE DESIGN STUDIO This class will introduce you to studio practice in an architectural setting. You will be assigned design projects on several scales and will execute designs in a variety of mediums including drawings and models. You’ll learn basic skills associated with these mediums. You will also be introduced to architectural history and contemporary architecture. This is an ideal class for those with an interest in pursuing architecture as a career, who might be interested in going to architecture school, or for those who want to engage in or are already engaging in design projects and want to deepen their understanding of the design process.

date time fee place instr course

Mon./Tues./Wed./Thurs., July 16-26 5:30-7:30 p.m. $160 FR 204B Sam Schonzeit EENC X022, 31289

3D MODELING in SketchUp Learn to create three-dimensional digital models of your own design projects using the free downloadable Google SketchUp application. You will learn to model designs ranging from furniture to ground-up housing design. You’ll then use your models to develop the designs yourself or communicate your ideas to design and/or building professionals. Learn to generate plan, section and elevation drawings from the models you create. By the end of the class, you will have achieved sufficient mastery of SketchUp to embark on projects on your own and troubleshoot your models. Bring your laptop computer if you have one. If not, please bring a flash drive to class to save your work. SketchUp requires Windows XP/Vista/7 or Mac OS X (10.5+).

date time fee place instr course

Sat., June 9-July 7 2-4 p.m. $120 FH 202 Sam Schonzeit EENC X022, 31288

HSU Extended Education

A Walk is an Invisible Object

WALKING as an ART FORM

The quote used for the title of this class comes from Hamish Fulton, an English artist whose art form is walking. Though he creates more permanent works documenting his walks, the walks themselves are his primary works of art. In this class you will look at a number of artists who have used walking as an art form, then you will make artwork using walking as the primary medium. This class is an introduction to Post-Fordist, noncommodity-based conceptual art, and a way for hikers, walkers, pilgrims, circumambulators, and flaneurs to think more intentionally about a pleasurable pastime and primal mode of transportation. Students will gain an introductory understanding of Post-Fordist conceptual art through studying a group of artists who have used walking as part of their art practice and by creating artworks that respond to the these artists and their work. Students will gain intentionality and meaning in their walking practice, a consciousness regarding their mundane activities and an expansion of what they consider art. Students should purchase and read: Richard Long: A Line Made By Walking, Dieter Roelstraete (Afterall Books, 2012). date Sat., June 9-July 14 time 11 a.m.-1 p.m. fee $90 place HGH 225 instr Sam Schonzeit course EENC X013, 31284

Sam Schonzeit is a practicing artist and industrial designer. He has shown his artwork in New York City, Austin, Dallas and Marfa, Texas. He has degrees in Architecture and Religious Studies, is an avid walker, has taught art and architecture for five years to students of a variety of ages and has given tours at the Chinati Foundation, a globally recognized museum in Marfa, Texas whose mission is to unite art, architecture and landscape. He is currently designing household products.

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

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Creative Arts Explorations in

Afro-Cuban Dance & Drum jUly 21-28, 2012 Featuring these internationally-renowned instructors: LÁzAro GAlArrAgA Song/Percussion RomAn DiAz Percussion SANDY PEREz Percussion Silfredo lA O Dance MigUel bernAl Percussion JESUS DiAz Percussion

lAzAro Pedroso Song/Percussion John SAntos Percussion dAnys “LA MorA” PÉrez Dance SUsAnA ARenAs Dance MichAel SpiRo Percussion

This unique program offers participants seven days of intensive workshops which examine the folkloric music, songs and dances of the Afro-Cuban people. Internationallyrecognized faculty will join local faculty to teach students of all skill levels. Previous experience in either dance or percussion is recommended. Fee includes admission to all available classes offered each day, evening presentations, and a faculty performance. Full payment due upon registration. Class size limited. On campus housing/meals available. date time fee place instr course credit

Sat., July 21-Sat., July 28 See website for detailed schedule and fees $495 (full week, by June 30. After June 30, $520) $50 per unit for up to 3 units of credit (optional) Other registration options available. Rental drums available for a fee. Humboldt State University Howard Kaufman EENC x034 MUS 180, 1-2 units (CR/NC) and/or MUS x485, 0.5-2 units (CR/NC) and/or TFD 585, 1-2 units (CR/NC)

To register, visit

www.humboldt.edu/afrocuban or call (707) 826-3731 VISA/MC/Discover 6

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


Creative Arts Intensive Summer Workshops for Artists WEEK ONE: JULY 9-13

WEEK TWO: JULY 16-20

CERAMICS Introduction to Low-Fire Ceramics

The Figure in Clay: Low-Fire

Low-fire surface techniques: wheel throwing, hand-building, using underglazes, stains, slip, glazes and lusters. Electric kiln loading/firing, raku firing, post-fire finishes. Instructor: Keith Schneider • Course fee: $480 + $40 supplies

Explore how wheel-thrown forms can be combined with other elements to create figurative forms. Instructor: Keith Schneider • Course fee: $480 + $40 supplies

J E W E L RY Beginning Jewelry

Surface Embellishment

Basics of metal fabrication, surface texturing, findings, tool use and more. Instructor: Kris Patzlaff • Course fee: $480 + $60 supplies

Learn to create rich textures and images on metal. Instructor: Kris Patzlaff • Course fee: $480 + $60 supplies

PHOTOGRAPHY Mastering the Digital Camera

From Camera to Print

An introduction to digital photography. Includes field trips. Instructor: Nicole Jean Hill • Course fee: $480 + $25 supplies

A more detailed exploration of imaging software to create gorgeous, colorful pigment prints. Includes field trips. Instructor: Nicole Jean Hill • Course fee: $480 + $50 supplies

SCULPTURE Small Scale Bronze Casting

Small Scale Bronze Casting

TWO-WEEK CLASS: Learn wax working, ceramic shell casting, simple mold making, gating, welding, and patinas. Instructor: Sondra Schwetman • Course fee: $960 + $200 supplies

PA I N T I N G Atmosphere in Landscape Painting

Create depth in your landscape painting. Paint outdoors and enjoy indoor lecture and lab activity as well. Instructor: Lien Truong • Course fee: $480 + $50 supplies

Week 2, continued.

F O R K-12 E D U C AT O R S Transform Learning: Community as an Arts Resource

Enhance your curriculum by integrating language arts, social studies and the sciences with the visual arts. Includes field trips to galleries, museums and murals. Instructor: JoAnne Berke • Course fee: $480 + $25 supplies

Academic credit is available for all classes: One unit per week or two units for two weeks, for an additional fee of $50/unit. On campus housing/meals available for additional fee.

For more class details and to register, visit

www.humboldt.edu/northcoastarts

HSU Extended Education

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

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Creative Arts A visual arts program for kids!

MUSIC CLASSES FOR AGES 2-18

FALL CLASSES RUN SEPT. 8-NOV. 6

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

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

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HSU Extended Education

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

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

ensembles Flute Choir Chamber Music

Pre-registration is encouraged. Registration packets are available outside the Music Academy office at Music Room 128, as a download from the website, or may be requested via e-mail or phone (below). You may also register in person from 9 a.m. to noon at the HSU Music Building lobby on Registration Day, Aug. 18. Late registrations are accepted after Registration Day on a space-available basis.

Harp Ensemble Jazz Ensemble Junior Orchestra

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

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

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


Professional Development

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

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

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

www.humboldt.edu/extended/notary REGISTER EARLY: COURSE MATERIALS WILL BE MAILED * This training is offered through the HSU Office of Extended Education, in partnership with Develop Point Education (DPE), a designated California-Approved Provider for Required Notary Training. The DPE California Notary Training fulfills the California State six-hour education requirement for all new and renewing Notary commissions issued after July 1, 2005. DPE training satisfies the new state requirement and guarantees you’ll pass your Notary exam. **Additional costs: The live scan service is required for California notaries. This training does not include the live scan, which varies in cost, based on where the service is obtained. Live scans are available at police and sheriff departments. Costs will vary based on what is required of the individual. A photo is also required for California notaries. Participants will have the option to have their photo taken by the instructor on the day of class ($15, check or credit card). Photos may also be obtained through a passport photo service of your choice. The cost of the State-proctored Notary exam is an additional $40. Payment is by check only on the day of the exam, made payable to the California Secretary of State. Additional notary supplies (including stamps, journal, etc.) will be available at a discounted price to registered students on the day of the training.

HSU Extended Education

ONLINE

Certificate Courses for

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

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

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

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

For course details and to register, contact

THE CENTER FOR LEGAL STUDIES:

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

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

ONLINE CERTIFICATE IN

FACULTY PREPARATION:

Teaching in Higher Education An Online Certificate Program through HSU Extended Education This three-semester, 12-unit ONLINE certificate program introduces prospective and current faculty to the teaching, learning and technology issues in the college classroom.

REGISTRATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED BEGINNING JULY 18 FOR THESE COURSES.

THE CERTIFICATE To earn a Certificate in Exercise Nutrition, students must complete four 3-unit classes, for a total of 12 units. The courses, beginning with HED 342, must be taken sequentially. Instructor approval is required.

Courses are taken sequentially: JUNE 25-AUG. 3:

EDUC 507: Foundations of Teaching in Higher Education (3 units) Instructor: Kathy Munoz, Ed.D., R.D. AUG. 13-OCT. 5:

EDUC 508: Student Centered Design (3 units) Instructor: Jayne McGuire, Ph.D. OCT. 15-DEC. 14:

EDUC 509: Instructional Planning & Pedagogical Reflection (3 units) Instructor: Tasha Souza, Ph.D. JAN. 22-MAY 17, 2013:

EDUC 510: Apprentice Teaching (2 units) Instructor: Ann Diver-Stamnes, Ph.D. EDUC 511: Reflective Practice Seminar (1 unit) Instructor: Ann Diver-Stamnes, Ph.D. For full course descriptions, schedule, deadlines, fees and more information:

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Courses are presented entirely online. Each course is unique in the required assignments, but all have been designed to develop a strong online community of learners through asynchronous classroom discussions between students and the instructor. Students electronically submit assignments, quizzes and projects by required due dates. Each course has an online midterm and final examination to be completed during specific periods of time. ING E ANC DIST

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

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

date fee place instr course

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

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

Weight Control HED 344. Offered in spring 2013.

or visit:

Pharmacology & Chemical Ergogenic Aids

www.humboldt.edu/exercisenutrition

KINS 447. Offered in spring 2013.

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Professional Development

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

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

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• How to identify and market the ecotourist

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

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

SUMMER 2012 – June 1-Sept. 14: COURSE 3 Ecotourism Project Implementation – Directed Study EMP x418 (3 units, optional) • EENC x062 $350 + $150 for credit

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

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

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

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

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.

For more details: www.humboldt.edu/ecotour

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Professional Development What were you born to do? Let’s Get Organized! This course is taught by a professional organizer, who will help you take control of your surroundings, your time, your paper piles – you name it. In your home, this could include room-by-room space planning and reorganization, estate organization, improving management of paperwork and computer files, designing systems for managing records, and time-management and goal-setting. For your business, you can increase productivity and profitability with improvements in paper-filing and storage, electronic organizing, work-flow systems, employee time-management, space design, and more. You will learn about custom organizing systems and how to use them through lecture and example. You will be surprised by how much more time, energy and productivity you will have once you become organized. You will also save money – because you already have the things you need, and can find them. When you are organized, you are more efficient – and that in turn creates more possibilities for future income. This course will leave you more joyous and able to do what is most important to you. It will also impact other parts of your life in ways that you had not anticipated.

date time fee place instr course

Thurs., May 31-June 21 5:30-7 p.m. $125 HGH 226 Colleen Longo EENC X009, 31283

Colleen Longo has worked as a professional organizer for over 10 years. She has worked with a variety of people, from art students crammed in New York City lofts to families in very large homes. She has a knack for customizing each assignment based on personality, time management, and organizational issues.

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HSU Extended Education

You were born to make a unique contribution to humanity. Progressing toward this purpose brings joy and abundance. Straying from it causes stress and emptiness. To accomplish this mission, one of the 33 Natural Talents® is wired into your DNA. It’s so subtle, you rarely notice it – yet it’s so powerful, it’s the source of your highest potential. Elvis, Oprah, and Einstein were all just “doin’ what came naturally.” Applying your Natural Talent relentlessly will magnetically attract everything you desire in life. A $30 materials fee includes a comprehensive manual. date Mon., June 18 time 6-9:30 p.m. fee $50 plus $30 materials place HGH 226 instr Curtis Adney course EENC X009, 31201

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Natural A’s ™ (ages 10-17)

Any student can significantly enhance grades, self-confidence, and chances for scholarships and college admissions – by performing academic skills in alignment with the brain’s natural patterns. This makes note-taking, reading, studying, memorizing and test-taking amazingly efficient. Also discover simple methods for understanding math and other subjects, optimizing focus and concentration, and preventing test anxiety. Students of all ages describe this class as “awesome,” “necessary,” and “easy to understand.” Parents are encouraged to register and participate with their children (parents may share their child’s materials) as are re-entry students. The materials fee includes a comprehensive workbook. date Mon., June 18 time 1-4 p.m. fee $50 plus $30 materials place HGH 226 instr Curtis Adney course EENC X009, 31202 Curtis Adney, JD, MS, graduated at the top of his college class with a 4.0 GPA, and has a Juris Doctor degree from BYU. He is a life coach, and regularly conducts numerous academic success and career seminars along the west coast.

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Professional Development SPRING & SUMMER 2012 COURSE SCHEDULE

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

p Community Emergency Response Teams (CERT)

p Food Safety & How to Eat Nutritiously During Disasters

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

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

May 4-6...........Fortuna City Council Chambers.......................................... All May 18-20.......McCloud: Scout Hall................................................................. All July 13-15..........Weaverville Fire Department................................................ All Aug. 24-26.......Trinidad Rancheria..................................................................... All

day day day day

Getting ready for the next emergency means getting supplies ready for response to an earthquake, tsunami, winter weather and flooding. Preparing a supply kit can make a substantial difference in disaster recovery. Learn to construct well-stocked, sensible kits based on extensive checklists. These include individual kits for each member of the family, including pets, as well as general kits for the household, office and vehicle. Fee: $25 p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m.

p Disaster Preparedness Is Everyone’s Business Our region relies on its local businesses to remain open after a disaster to help the community quickly recover. This course provides a simple but effective plan to identify and mitigate hazards, create a sensible business disaster plan, prepare disaster supply kits, identify and strengthen building weaknesses, plan to reduce injuries and save lives. Fee: $50 May 7................Eureka: Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center (31307)..........6-9 p.m. June 27.............Fortuna: Rohner Rec Hall, Rohner Park (31308)........6-9 p.m. July 18...............Arcata: Community Center (31309)..................................6-9 p.m.

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p Living on Shaky Ground

p Disasters Don’t Wait — Have Your Supply Kits Ready

April 24............Eureka: Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center (31303).......... 2-4 May 15..............Redway: Healy Senior Center (31304).............................6-8 June 11..............Fortuna: Rohner Rec Hall, Rohner Park (31305)........6-8 Aug. 15..............Arcata Community Center (31306)...................................6-8

June 12..............Eureka: Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center (31310)..........6-8 July 10...............Fortuna: Rohner Rec Hall, Rohner Park (31311)..........6-8 Aug. 7 or 9.....Weaverville: venue TBD (31312)...........................................6-8 Sept. 11..............Arcata: D Street Neighborhood Center (31313)...........6-8

Get an introduction to the region’s most destructive hazards, and learn ways you can save lives, reduce injuries and recover more quickly. The class is a basic introduction to disaster preparedness for the region. Fee: Free (no registration required) June 20.............Eureka: Humboldt County Library..................................6-8 p.m.

p NeighborhoodREADY! Discover simple strategies to help you organize your household and neighborhood for surprise hazard events. The people who live around you could be the community you rely on when things get tough. We’ll help you explore the boundaries of your neighborhood, conduct an inventory of resources, and go step-by-step through developing household and neighborhood plans that could not only make a disaster manageable, but actually help you avoid a disaster — and enrich your life. Workshops are two days, 2 1/2 hours per day. Fee: $35 July 11, 18.........Bayside Grange (31314)......................................................6-8:30 p.m. Aug. 4, 11..........Eureka Public Safety Fire Facility (31315)........ 9:30 a.m.-noon

For further information about RTI course offerings:

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

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Professional Development Applying to

GRAD SCHOOL? Worried about the

GRE?

GET READY.

Child Abuse

Mandated Reporter Training FRIDAY, JULY 20

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

Registration deadline is Monday, July 16.

TAKE THE

fee $30 (includes lunch) add $25 for CEUs (optional) add $25 for .5 unit credit (optional)

Prep Class

course

EENC X021, 31253

credit

NURS X480, .5 unit (CR/NC), 31256; EED/SED X701, .5 unit (CR/NC), 31257/31258

CEUs

MFT, EENC X088, 31254 LCSW, EENC X087, 31255

GRE COMING FALL 2012 In this instructor-coached GRE preparation course, you’ll learn to attack all types of GRE questions – including algebra, analytical writing and more. You will take practice tests in class, and after the course ends, you’ll have a year of online access so you may continue practicing from home. Cost: $395 (includes text, practice tests and more)

For information and when to register:

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

INSTRUCTORS: Cara Barnes, M.A., psychology, has been a social worker in the Emergency Response Unit since 1990. Carolyn Albee, M.A., psychology, has been a social worker and supervisor with Child Welfare Services since 1994.

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

MFT/LCSW CEUS: Child Abuse Mandated Reporter (7.5 hours) meets the qualification of continuing education for MFTs and LCSWs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. There is a $10 fee for cancellation prior to a course. There is no refund for nonattendance. Humboldt State University is a California Board of Behavioral Sciences approved provider of continuing education, PCE #774. Check-in is available 15 minutes prior to a course. You must be present for the entire workshop to receive continuing education credit. NURSING CEUS: According to the Board of Registered Nursing, “Courses taken for college or university credit can be used for RN continuing education. To compute the number of units earned into contact hours, use the following formula: 1 semester unit = 15 contact hours (1/2 semester unit = 7.5 contact hours). The name of the college or university should be submitted with the renewal, rather than the provider number.”

HSU Extended Education

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Professional Development & MEDITATION

Bird Awareness

Kundalini yoga is an ancient practice that uses posture, mantras, mudras, breathing techniques and relaxation to create a specific physical and mental state. In a Kundalini yoga class, you become quiet, process what has been happening in your busy life, and emerge grounded and still. Each week the class will focus on something different, such as boosting the immune system, detoxing, battling insomnia, and more. Give yourself the gift of doing something for your own overall health. Leave feeling centered and reconnected to the true beauty of your being!

Choose one or both 4-week sessions offered. SESSION 1: date time fee place instr course

Mon., June 11-July 2 7-8:30 p.m. $40 HGH 225 Anne Marie Tse EENC X032, 31199

SESSION 2: date time fee place instr course

Mon., July 9-30 7-8:30 p.m. $40 HGH 225 Anne Marie Tse EENC X032, 31200

Anne Marie Tse has been practicing Kundalini yoga since 2007. It has helped her find balance and strength, and has given her great joy. She looks forward to sharing this beautiful practice with you. Ann Marie has a B.A. in holistic healing through movement from Pitzer College, Claremont, Calif. She has also completed Kundalini Yoga Level 1 Teacher Training with 200 classroom hours completed.

Join beginning and casual birdwatchers in the 40th offering of the Bird Awareness course. Classroom discussions precede each day’s field trip and will cover how to become more aware of “our feathered friends” in daily life, and how to identify and enjoy them.

40 h YEAtR

Suggestions on reading material, bird feeders, etc., will also be presented as well as discussion on how to improve your yard for attracting birds. Bird sound tapes and slide illustrations will be used for identification.

EXTENSION

Kundalini Yoga

Transportation is provided aboard a Humboldt State University bus for field trips to the following habitats: marsh, sea coast, coastal dune, forest and mountain. Be prepared to walk up to two miles each day while on field trips, and be sure to bring your binoculars and field guide. The class can be repeated any number of times. You may expect to identify 80-90 species of birds. One unit of optional academic credit in natural resources is available for an additional fee.

Class size is limited to 21. This course includes a field trip. All participants are required to complete a Release of Liability form. date time place fee instr course credit

Mon.- Sat., June 18-23 Mon., Fri., Sat.: 8 a.m.-12 p.m. Tues., Wed., Thurs.: 8 a.m.-3 p.m. NR 208 $120, $50 additional for credit John Hewston EENC X014, 31203 NR X112, 1 unit, 31204

John Hewston, Ph.D., is a professor emeritus in natural resources at Humboldt State University. He is active in birding and birding organizations and has conducted annual bird surveys for many years. This will be the 40th year Dr. Hewston has taught this class.

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University EDventures STUDY ABROAD! PLAN NOW FOR SUMMER 2013 China/Tibet Summer field project exploring sacred landscapes. Earn 8 units of credit in geography while traveling, exploring and studying northwest China and Tibet. Contact Toni Rossi: afr2@humboldt.edu.

Belize

Earn 6 units of credit in anthropology while learning archaeological techniques and visiting ancient ruins. Summer program. Contact: Dr. Marisol Cortes-Rincon or 826-4335, mc479@humboldt. edu. For further information, see www.humboldt.edu/belize

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

SUMMER 2012 APPLY BY APRIL 20, 2012 ® Reclaiming Your Place: Bioregionalism, Community & Sustainable Living

JUNE 18-AUG. 12 • 12 units

® California Wilderness: Nature Philosophy, Religion, Ecopsychology

JUNE 26-AUG. 6 • 8 units

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

TBA: EARLY JAN.-EARLY MARCH • 12 units

For details and further listings, contact Extended Education:

(707) 826-3731

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Afissos, Greece

Earn 11 units in art during this 6-week summer intensive studio/ art history program. Short tours of Athens, the Acropolis and Delphi and four weeks of an intensive studio program in the village of Afissos. Contact Teresa Stanley: tjs1@humboldt.edu.

Follow Alexander Von Humboldt’s Footsteps in Quito Full immersion summer program. Earn 15 units in Spanish and environmental sciences while living with an Ecuadorian family. Contact Francisco de la Cabada: fd1@humboldt. edu. Visit: www.humboldt.edu/wlc/spanish/steps.html

Montpellier, France

Earn 9 units of credit in intensive French language study during this four-week summer program in Southern France. Contact Dr. Budig-Markin: 826-3710 or budigmar@humboldt.edu. See also www.humboldt.edu/wlc/french/montpellier.html

Spanish Immersion in Quito

Earn 15 units of academic credit in Spanish language, culture and civilization in this 10-week full immersion summer program in conjunction with the Universidad Technológica Equinoccial (UTE). Live with an Ecuadorian family, visit cultural and natural sites. More info: www.humboldt.edu/wlc/spanish/quito.html

Dominican Republic

Hands-on summer experience in appropriate technology and sustainability, immersion in language and culture, 10 units of academic credit in Spanish and engineering. Contact Lonny Grafman, lonny@humboldt.edu or call 826-3649. Visit www.appropedia.org/HSU_Dominicana_Program_invitation

Costa Rica Primate Field Program

Summer 2013 field study at La Selva Biological Field Station in Costa Rica. Learn about New World primate behavior, ecology and conservation, primatology field techniques, Costa Rican culture. Nine units in anthropology. Visit www.humboldt.edu/costaricaprimate

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extended@humboldt.edu • Phone 707.826.3731

1 Harpst St., Arcata, CA 95521 • www.humboldt.edu/extended

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How to register for ExtEndEd Education courses

How to register for SummEr SesSion

BY mAiL:

For students admitted to HSU:

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

office of 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.

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in PeRSon: You may register for Extended Education courses in person at the Office of 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.

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

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Select the courses you want to take from the Class Schedule, Summer 2012 listings on the HSU website. Register for those courses using Student Center, as you do in fall and spring terms. Follow fee payment and add/ drop deadlines found in the Calendar of Activities and Deadlines and the Registration Guide found on the HSU website under Class Schedules, Summer 2012. For students not admitted to HSU: Select the courses you want from the listing in this bulletin (pages 41-43) or by accessing the summer class schedule on the HSU website: www.humboldt.edu/oaa/classes.shtml Fill out the registration form on page 17. You may also pick up a form at the Office of Extended Education, get one sent to you by calling 707-826-3731, or download a form at: www.humboldt.edu/extended If a course has prerequisites, obtain instructor’s written approval. Registration is on a space-available basis. Return your form to the Extended Education Office and pay your fees prior to the second class meeting to avoid a $25 late fee. • See pages 39-40 for details on Summer Session registration. • See inside front cover for important Summer Session deadlines and holidays.

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OLLI Faculty • Meet Register for Summer Classes •

What is OLLI?

OLLI Curriculum Committee

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) is a community of learners age 50 and better. The Bernard Osher Foundation supports a network of 118 OLLIs nationwide.

Special thanks to the members of the committee who work to develop a growing number of learning opportunities for OLLI at HSU: Ross Carkeet, Candee Fetsch Kimbrell, Rollie Lamberson, Kathy Layton, Maureen Murphy, Judith Rucker, Janina Shayne, Gerry Tollefson and Jane Woodward.

Have you joined OLLI yet? For a $35 annual fee (Aug. 1-July 31), OLLI members enjoy benefits including discounts and priority registration for OLLI classes, HSU student ID card, bookstore, library and computer privileges, the opportunity to purchase a Jack Pass and a pass for the HSU Student Recreation Center (See page 21 for fees). However, the value of OLLI membership goes beyond these benefits – membership is an investment in a future filled with opportunities for civic and academic engagement, personal growth and fun. Become an OLLI member today!

Call (707) 826-5880

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Dates to remember May 11 �������������Deadline for Fall 2012 course proposals June 2 ��������������Summer Open House Mid July ����������FALL OLLI course bulletins in the mail Aug. 1 �������������� New OLLI membership year begins: REMEMBER TO RENEW! Aug. 11 �������������Fall Open House

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Gentle Yoga: Session 1 Falk Walk Break the Symptom Cycle: Session 1 Gentle Yoga: Session 2

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Introduction to the Book Arts Soul Collage: The Fool Herbs on the North Coast Arab Spring Painting the Bay: Watercolor Soul Collage: The Challenger Soul Collage: The Friend

June 12, 19, 26 June 12 June 19 & 26 July 10, 17, 24, 31 July 17, 18 (Wed.), 19 (Thurs.) July 17 August 7

WEDNESDAY

Modern Dance Innovators Writing Fiction Creative Imagery Corporate Personhood Black Bear & Cougar Country Exit 101 Sports & the Media Making your Case: Advocacy Trinidad & the California Gold Rush

June 6, 13, 20, 27 June 6, 13, 20, 27 June 6 & 9 (Sat., 9 a.m.-2 p.m.) June 13 June 20 & 23 (Sat., 8 a.m.-5 p.m.) June 27 July 11 July 11, 18, 25 August 8

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Pacific Ocean Writing Excursion Patagonia & Easter Island Gardening for Wildlife Rambling Among the Redwoods Redwood Parks Coast History Tour Bird Behavior Horse Mountain Coastal Marsh Writing Excursion Watershed Restoration Rivers & Streams Writing Excursion Humboldt Bay Wildlife Refuge Restoring an Old Growth Forest

June 7 & 8 (Fri., 10 a.m.-1 p.m.) June 7 June 7 June 7 & 9 (Sat., 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.) June 14 & 16 (Sat., 9 a.m.-5 p.m.) June 14 June 21 & 24 (Sun., 9 a.m.-4 p.m.) June 28 & 29 (Fri., 10 a.m.-1 p.m.) June 28 & 30 (Sat., 9 a.m.-5 p.m.) July 12 & 13 (Fri., 10 a.m.-1 p.m.) July 26 & 28 (Sat., 1-4 p.m.) August 2 & 4 (Sat., 9 a.m.-5 p.m.)

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Living on Shaky Ground Art, Science & Biodiversity Following your Passion Break the Symptom Cycle: Session 2

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Armchair Traveler: Unknown Coast Hidden Treasures in Your Backyard Paddle Trinidad Bay Day of Yoga and Mindfulness

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OLLI ART, SCIENCE & BIODIVERSITY: Re-imagining Biodiversity Explore the relationship between art and science with a focus on biodiversity and our human relationship with nature. Art and science are methods of inquiry, each fueled by a passion for discovery and venturing into the unknown, yet the pathways and methods of communication are distinctly different. For more than 25 years, Susan Middleton’s photographs have explored the intersection of art, science, and biodiversity. She will present a portrait of life through images created from 1985 to the present, focusing on her own evolving understanding of biodiversity and re-imagining it in her work, with the aim of communicating this message to the public in a social culture where biodiversity is an intangible concept. We will examine our relationship with nature through the lens of artistic

expression, and ways that art informed by science can be a portal for communicating and conserving biodiversity. date Fri., June 15 time 1-4:30 p.m. fee/members $30/$55 nonmembers (31221) place HBAC instr Susan Middleton Susan Middleton is a photographer and author specializing in the portraiture of rare and endangered animals, plants, sites, and cultures for the past 30 years. She was chair of the photography department at the California Academy of Sciences from 1982-1995, where she now serves as research associate. Her most recent book is Evidence of

OLLI Member Discounts With an annual OLLI membership, one can purchase a discounted Jack Pass for unlimited access on AMRTS, Redwood Transit and Eureka Transit System buses. Also, access to the HSU Student Recreation Center is available to OLLI members at a discount. Below are the current rates. Jack Pass: SUMMER 2012.............................. $30 Available May 7 with HSU ID card and proof of summer registration. (Summer 2012 Jack Pass is valid from May 20-Aug. 4, 2012.) Purchase it at the HSU Cashier’s office.

NOTE: The Jack Pass will be available to only those OLLI members who are registered in classes. NOTE: As of FALL 2012, the fee for the Jack Pass for OLLI members will increase to $60. HSU Student Rec Center Pass ................... $48 Fee is per semester. Passes may be purchased at the Student Rec. Center. Call 826-4197 for hours. OLLI at HSU

SAN JOAQUIN KIT FOX, ENDANGERED SPECIES PHOTOGRAPHED BY SUSAN MIDDLETON & DAVID LIITTSCHWAGER

Evolution (Abrams 2009). Previous books in collaboration with David Liittschwager include Archipelago and Remains of a Rainbow (National Geographic); Witness and Here Today (Chronicle Books). She has produced films and exhibitions in conjunction with her projects. Middleton was awarded a Guggenheim fellowship in 2009.

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REDWOODS

This all-day van trip and light hiking excursion will take us to some of the most scenic and historic spots in Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park and Redwood National Park. We’ll hike along a stretch of the 1890s wagon road that connected Arcata with Crescent City, stand inside (all of us at once!) the nearly forgotten “Schoolhouse Tree,” and examine a beautiful park visitor center built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930s. We’ll learn about hand-chopping an oldgrowth redwood (it often took a week), the timberland fraud that stole a 5,600-acre forest, and the after-death experience of an expired elephant. We’ll learn a little about the four foremost redwood forest conifers, the flower that carries its leaves on its back, and how far to stay away from an elk. We’ll walk about two miles on nearly level ground and will hike back more than a hundred years in time – all in an eighthour road and trail trip. We’ll prepare for our expedition with a two-hour classroom presentation two days before the tour. This class includes a field trip. All participants will be required to complete a release of liability form (see page 38). Wear sturdy shoes, dress for unpredictable weather and bring a lunch and a drink. date Thurs./Sat., June 6 and June 9 time Thurs.: 6-8 p.m. Sat.: 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. fee/members $70/nonmembers $95 (31223) place HBAC and Redwoods instr Jerry and Gisela Rohde Jerry and Gisela Rohde have hiked, jogged, and biked in Humboldt County for over 30 years. They have written three guidebooks to the North Coast redwood parks and annually lead park hiking classes for the Road Scholar (formerly Elderhostel) program at HSU. They’ve never met a redwood they didn’t like.

PAINTING BY JUDY EVENSON

PAINTING THE BAY: A Watercolor Workshop

Painters through history have been drawn to the beauty of waterfront life. We have a unique opportunity to explore this rich and challenging subject matter – the Bay, boats, birds, bridge and pedestrians are in view right below our classroom windows. In this three-day workshop, we will examine the primary landscape (and waterscape) painting issues and the effect of light and composition on our subject. Here we will focus on design, color and value, rather than detail; simplifying the painting and reaching for more personal expression. We will make small sketches and painted studies, then choose one to act as reference for a finished painting. Some familiarity with watercolor is helpful. Supplies needed: good quality watercolor paints, paper and brushes, sketch paper and pencils, a backing board, water container, water sprayer and paper towels. E-mail instructor for more specific information about materials (jeve@wavecable.com). date Tues./Wed./Thurs., July 17-19 time 1-4 p.m. fee/members $50/non members $75 (31210) place HBAC instr Judy Evenson Judy Evenson is an award-winning painter who is passionate about watercolor. She exhibits nationally and regionally and teaches locally.

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OLLI HUMBOLDT BAY NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE: Then & Now Join us in this two-part class exploring the past and future of the beautiful Humboldt Bay National Wildlife Refuge located on an estuary, where fresh water from rivers and streams meets ocean waters on southern Humboldt Bay. This area is rich with local history, fish and wildlife, and abundant with botanical treasures. On Thursday evening, Jerry Rohde and Walt Giacomini will present the history of the Humboldt Bay Wildlife Refuge area from the Wiyot/Pre European-American pioneers through Salmon Creek ranching, and how the landscape changed. On Saturday afternoon, Eric Nelson, Gisela Rohde and Denise Seeger will lead a 1.5-2 mile walkabout of the area to Salmon Creek, Hookton Slough and old ranching sites. They will discuss the ecological transitions that have taken place on the Salmon Creek Delta since the late 1800s, and recent management and restoration of the Refuge by the Fish and Wildlife Service. This class includes a field trip. All participants will be required to complete a release of liability form (see page 38). Wear sturdy shoes, dress for unpredictable weather and bring a lunch and a drink. date Thurs.Sat., July 26 and 28 time Thurs.: 6-8 p.m. Sat.: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. fee/members $50/nonmembers $75 (31232) place HBAC and Humboldt Bay Wildlife Refuge instr Candee Kimbrell, Coordinator Course Coordinator Candee Fetsch Kimbrell is a member of the OLLI Curriculum Committee. As an HSU graduate and lifelong learner, she brings over 30 years of educational experience and local resources to OLLI programs.

FALK: From Company Town to Forest Ground

Take an easy walk (two-mile round trip) along the paved Headwaters trail, which meanders along Elk River and stops at the past location of the historic mill town of Falk. Falk’s mill was in operation from 1884-1937. After the mill closed, Falk was a ghost town for 40 years. For liability reasons, the lumber company burned and bulldozed all of Falk’s buildings in 1979. In 1999, the Headwaters forest was purchased by the federal and state government. Although most of Falk’s buildings are gone, organic evidence and memories remain. Directions to Headwaters: Take the Elk River/Herrick exit just south of Eureka, then go east over the freeway and take an immediate right on Elk River Rd. There are two forks in the road. Stay to the right, and you will end up in the parking area. There is a bathroom facility available, but no further developed facilities for the duration of the walk. Bring appropriate weather-friendly clothing, wear good shoes and bring a lunch and a drink. This class includes a field trip. All participants will be required to complete a release of liability form (see page 38). date Mon., June 11 time 10 a.m.-noon fee/members $30/nonmembers $55 (31296) place Headwaters Forest Reserve instr Julie Clark Julie Clark is the Headwaters Forest Reserve Park ranger for the Bureau of Land Management. She holds a master’s degree in social science, focused on American history and company towns.

OLLI MEMBERS HAVE FIRST PRIORITY REGISTRATION IN ALL CLASSES. Anyone may register for an OLLI class; however, nonmembers must pay $25 additional fee per class. Up until the week before the course begins, nonmembers may be dropped from the course if space is limited and members would like to enroll.

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SUMMER 2012 Trinidad Museum Society Presents

“MADE FOR THE TRADE”

The “Made for the Trade” exhibition and presentation explores local Native American baskets and the changes that occurred through making them for sale and trade outside of the Indian community. The “Indian curio trade” redefined baskets as art. Methods of collecting and interpreting baskets changed through commerce, anthropology, photography, and displays in a white home’s “Indian corner” or “Indian room.” Major weavers including Elizabeth Hickox, Nettie Ruben, Amy Smoker and Ella Johnson will be emphasized, as well as collector/interpreters including Brizard & Co., Grace Nicholson, Emma Freeman, A.W. Ericson, Alfred Kroeber and Lila O’Neale. We will also explore the new basket forms of covering bottles, basket cups and saucers, pedestal baskets, fancy baskets, stick baskets for clothes, picnics, and handle baskets. In addition, many new basket patterns appeared from weavers’ imagination and from designs prevalent in the commercial world.

BRIZARD & CO. BASKET COLLECTION. PHOTO COURTESY OF HSU LIBRARY, HUMBOLDT ROOM

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Sun., June 10 2-4 p.m. $30/nonmembers $55 (31207) Trinidad Museum Ron Johnson

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

WATERSHED RESTORATION at Redwood National & State Parks Learn about Redwood National and State Parks’ seminal watershed restoration program through a presentation and field trip. Begun in 1978 with the expansion of Redwood National Park, the Watershed Rehabilitation Program was the first of its kind. Explore how adaptive management has led to the development of restoration techniques that are now being used by federal and state land management agencies across the country. Take a field trip to Redwood National and State Parks to see the results of current watershed restoration techniques on the ground, and a road-to-trail restoration completed 17 years ago. You’ll be amazed at the change – particularly if you remember the road that was there. This class includes a field trip. All participants will be required to complete a release of liability form (see page 38). This is a minimal mobility class, which requires only a few hundred feet of walking and

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getting in and out of vans. Wear sturdy shoes, dress for unpredictable weather and bring a lunch and a drink. date Thurs./Sat., June 28 and 30 time Thurs.: 1-3 p.m. Sat.: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. fee/members $70/nonmembers $95(31230) place HBAC and Redwood National Park instr Michael Sanders and Jim Wheeler Mike Sanders has worked at Redwood National and State Parks since 1990, and has been a watershed restoration geologist for the parks since 1994. He is a graduate of HSU with a B.S. in physics and a B.A. in geology. Jim Wheeler has been a park ranger/interpreter at Redwood National and State Parks since 1986. He is a graduate of UC Santa Cruz with a B.A. in cultural anthropology, and also received a teaching credential and M.A. in environmental education at HSU. Jim has been involved in environmental education since 1981.

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OLLI PADDLE TRINIDAD BAY Explore Trinidad Bay by kayak. Learn natural history while paddling around the California Coastal National Monument seastacks and through the kelp forest. Discover nesting shorebirds and a variety of sea life in its natural habitat. Seals with pups, sea lions, otters, and porpoise can all be found throughout this protected waterway. The highlight of any kayak tour in Trinidad is a chance encounter with gray whales migrating north with calves in tow. Trinidad Bay is an important respite station for whales moving up and down the coast. We will use single and two-person kayaks for this adventure. All participants will be outfitted and given a thorough kayaking lesson j from a certified professional guide. For OLLI MEMBERS This class includes a field trip. All ONLY participants will be required to complete a release of liability form (see page 38). date Sat., July 14 time 9 a.m.-noon fee/members $85 (31316) place Trinidad Beach instr Hawk Martin Hawk Martin is a certified ACA/BCU Sea-kayak instructor and owner of Humboats Kayak Adventures. He has been leading sea-kayak tours in Trinidad bay for 10 years. He is a thoughtful and safety-conscious guide who loves to share stories and bring participants into an immersion experience of marine ecology. Jesse Irwin is a wildlife biologist for the Bureau of Land Management and a graduate from the HSU wildlife program. He will paddle along with the group providing shorebird natural history and identification.

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Trinidad & the

CALIFORNIA GOLD RUSH Mid-19th century fortune seekers thought that Trinidad Harbor was the mouth of the Trinity River. After the confusion was settled, Trinidad grew almost overnight. The town became a principal supply and communication spot for travelers and miners as they set out to the north for Gold Bluffs, and east for Trinity River mining. Writings by Josiah Gregg, J. Christoph Brodbeck, Isaac Wistar and newspaper accounts will be part of the discussion on what pioneers’ expectations were and what they discovered in Trinidad: “A small and shabby assemblage of tents and canvas shanties, then, like many other western towns, living mostly on its brilliant expectations.” (Wistar) date Wed., Aug. 8 time 10 a.m.-noon fee/members $30/nonmembers $55 (31206) place Trinidad Museum instr Patricia Fleschner Patricia Fleschner is the president of the Trinidad Museum Society. She has an M.A. in history and has been a resident of Trinidad for over 30 years.

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

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RESTORING OLD-GROWTH FOREST:

Second-Growth Management at Redwood National & State Parks Join National Park Service forester Jason Teraoka and ranger Jim Wheeler for a PowerPoint presentation and field trip to learn about the park’s Second-Growth Forest Restoration Program. On Saturday we will visit Redwood National Park. Over 50,000 acres comprise second-growth forests. After being acquired by the National Park Service in 1968 and 1978, these second-growth forests were left unmanaged and developed into dense stands with deficient redwood composition and over-representation of Douglas fir. Using novel applications of traditional and nontraditional silvicultural methods as a restoration tool for enhancing forest structure and composition in degraded forests is increasingly being employed by conservation agencies in the Pacific Northwest. We will develop an understanding of old-growth redwood forest ecology. We’ll also observe developmental patterns of second-growth redwood forests under silvicultural management that seeks to restore second-growth forests to old-growth-like conditions. Learn about key issues related to forest resources: history, impacts, threats, and restoration activities, including a look at the oldest thinning project within Redwood National and State Parks. The course will also include an article written by Leonel Arguello, RNP Vegetation Management Branch Chief, about the 30-year process of developing this program. This class includes a field trip. All participants will be required to complete a release of liability form (see page 38). This is a minimal mobility class, which requires only a few hundred feet of walking and getting in and out of vans. Wear sturdy shoes, dress for unpredictable weather and bring a lunch and a drink. OLLI at HSU

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Jason Teraoka completed B.S. and master’s degrees at Humboldt State University with an emphasis in forestry. He is the park forester for Redwood National Park. The majority of his work has focused on developing the Forest Restoration Program for Redwood National Park, where he is responsible for forest monitoring and inventory, management planning, and project implementation. Jim Wheeler has been a park ranger/interpreter at Redwood National and State Parks since 1986. He is a graduate of UC Santa Cruz with a B.A. in cultural anthropology, and also received a teaching credential and M.A. in environmental education at HSU. Jim has been involved in environmental education since 1981.

ABOUT THE ABOVE PHOTOS South Fork of Lost Man Creek. Left: High percent Douglas fir canopy cover creates intense competition for light. Middle: Crown thinning and a 25% reduction of Douglas fir results in the formation of small gaps that allow the remaining trees to benefit from increased growing space while minimizing the fuel left on the ground. Right: Low thinning and a 40% reduction of Douglas fir out of the lower crown classes to benefit redwood trees in the upper crown classes, creating much more available growing space.

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OLLI The Armchair Traveler: KNOWING THE

UNKNOWN COAST Using the metropolis of Fernbridge as starting and ending point, we’ll take a Sunday drive circa 1921, along what is now the route of the Tour of the Unknown Coast. In the spirit of contrarianism, we’ll travel by armchair instead of racing bike, and we’ll reverse the route’s direction, so that we get the big hills CAPE MENDOCINO LIGHTHOUSE FACILITY FIRE • COURTESY OF THE HUMBOLDT COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY out of the way while we’re still fresh. We’ll stir up things in j Ferndale – the “Cream City,” For OLLI chase the Wildcat up and MEMBERS over ridges to pass beside the ONLY Pacific at Devil’s Gate, and then Join Ranger Jim Wheeler for a PowerPoint and field putter around Petrolia before trip touring the history of three places along the maneuvering up the Mattole to Honeydew. coastal Redwood National and State Parks (RNSP). After clawing our way over Panther Gap, we’ll cruise We’ll find out why the southernmost point in the park is called down Bull Creek to old Dyerville, and then it’s Gyon Bluff and hear three independent Yurok stories about the back along the Eel for our finale at Fernbridge. last huge tsunami produced by the Cascadia Subduction Zone. There will be no flats to fix and no brakes to An account of the gold rush to Gold Bluffs will be adjust as we watch the landscape from the followed by the history of False Klamath Cove and comfort of the OLLI classroom, finishing the the establishment of Redwood National Park. course far ahead of the fastest cyclist. On Saturday we’ll take a field trip to all three of these date Sat., June 30 locations within RNSP. You’ll be amazed at the changes time 1-3 p.m. that have taken place, receive a written history of each fee/members $30 (31208) location, and hopefully meet the parks’ Roosevelt elk. place HBAC This class includes a field trip. All participants will instr Jerry and Gisela Rohde be required to complete a release of liability form Jerry and Gisela Rohde walk, hike, and ride around (see page 38). This is a minimal mobility class, which Humboldt County whenever they have the chance. They requires only a few hundred feet of walking and frequently lead tours of the redwood parks and other getting in and out of vans. Wear sturdy shoes, dress for scenic and historic locations. Once a semester they like unpredictable weather and bring a lunch and a drink. to rest a bit and see everything from their armchairs. date Thurs./Sat., June 14 and 16 time Thurs.: 1-3 p.m. Sat.: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. fee/members $70/nonmembers $95 (31218) place HBAC and Redwood National Park instr James Wheeler

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Botanical Area & Ski Resort Located an hour east of Eureka within Six Rivers National Forest, the 1,000-acre Horse Mountain Botanical Area offers a diverse and interesting mix of botanical, geological and historical features. Used as a popular downhill ski area by the Humboldt Ski Club for over 20 years, Horse Mountain is rich in outdoor recreation history as well as logging, mining and grazing on the lower grasslands. We will discuss the impact and importance of historical snowpack accumulation to major flood periods in Humboldt County. Information will also be presented on the interaction of changes in the economic, environmental, social and climate aspects of the locale and how they influenced uses of this site during the last 50 years. This course will occur during prime spring wildflower viewing. Bring your camera. This course includes a field trip. All participants will be required to complete a release of liability form (see page 38). Course consists of a 2-hour lecture on Thursday evening followed by a van trip to Horse Mountain on Sunday. Participants should be in good physical condition for this day-long trip, which involves hiking at a minimum grade for approximately 1 1/2 miles at 5,000 feet elevation. The proximity of radio transmission towers in this region may concern some individuals. Rest stops are included in our field study itinerary. Wear sturdy shoes, dress for unpredictable weather and bring a lunch and a drink. date Thurs./Sun., June 21 and 24 time Thurs.: 6-8 p.m. Sun.: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. fee/members $90/nonmembers $115 (31212) place HBAC and Horse Mountain instr Ross Carkeet Ross Carkeet taught college forestry, natural resources and biology for 39 years. In 1968 he completed his masters degree at HSU. His research, conducted on Horse Mountain, culminated in a thesis titled “A SnowHydrology Study of the Horse Mountain Ski Area in Humboldt County.” After his retirement, he joined the OLLI faculty, and enjoys sharing his expertise of the area.

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PATAGONIA & EASTER ISLAND: The Tour Without the Airfare

Patagonia (southern Chile and Argentina) extends from the southern Andes to Cape Horn and features spectacular mountains, PHOTO BY ROLLIE LAMBERSON active volcanoes, rapidly moving glaciers, and more fjords than in Norway. Patagonia is home to guanacoes, rheas, pudus, penquins, sheep and gauchoes. It also contains a culture shaped by harsh climate, severe geography, and generations of immigrants from Europe and America, including such notables as Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. Easter Island is the most remote, inhabited area in the world, best known for its moai, huge stone sculptured heads which have been the subject of mystery and speculation for decades. date Thurs., June 7 time 4-6 p.m. fee/members $30/nonmembers $55 (31225) place HBAC instr Rollie Lamberson and Rick Vrem Rollie Lamberson and Rick Vrem are both retired from HSU. Rollie was a mathematics professor and Rick was Provost. Both have extensive international travel experience to the extent that they have had to recently add pages to their passports.

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OLLI THREE NATURE WRITING EXCURSIONS Each excursion includes two meetings. The first meeting is in the field, where you will enjoy, explore and learn about different ecosystems. The second meeting is at HBAC, where you will write about your experience and create book arts to house and display your writing. No nature writing experience is necessary, as the writing exercises will guide you through the process. Those with nature writing experience will find new techniques and an opportunity to hone their skills. No artistic experience is necessary for the book arts, as each leads to an aesthetically pleasing finished product.

This course includes a field trip. All participants are required to complete a Release of Liability form (see page 38). All excursions are taught by Emily Gibson. Participants may sign up for one or more excursions. Influenced by a naturalist mother, Emily Gibson absorbed a love of all things living while growing up in Humboldt County. A local educator for nearly two decades, Emily especially loves sharing the special niches of the local region with others in activities that combine nature, writing, and art.

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Thurs./Fri., June 7 and 8 Thurs.: 8:30-10:30 a.m. Fri.: 10 a.m.-1 p.m. fee/members $50/ nonmembers $75 (31293) place Meet at Trinidad Beach lot near Trinidad Head at 8:15 a.m.

Coastal Marsh Excursion date time

Thurs./Fri., June 28 and 29 Thurs.: 10 a.m.-noon Fri.: 10 a.m.-1 p.m. fee/members $50/ nonmembers $75 (31292) place Meet at Arcata Marsh far west lot on the bay at 9:45 a.m.

Rivers & Streams Excursion date time

Thurs./Fri., July 12 and 13 Thurs.: noon-2 p.m. Fri.: 10 a.m.-1 p.m. fee/members $50/ nonmembers $75 (31294) place Meet at Pump Station #1, West End Road, Arcata at 11:45 a.m.

LIVING ON SHAKY GROUND Get an introduction to the region’s most destructive hazards, and learn ways you can save lives, reduce injuries and recover more quickly. The class is a basic introduction to disaster preparedness for the region. date Fri., June 8 time 2-4 p.m. fee/members Free to OLLI Members (31273) place HBAC instr Judith Warren

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Judy Warren is the regional coordinator for Humboldt State University Regional Training Institute – Community Disaster Preparedness. She has taught disaster preparedness courses for over 30 years.

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CREATE A CUSTOM TRAVEL JOURNAL

Do you come home from your adventures with loads of ephemera in the bottom of your suitcase? Do you wish you had kept a journal? In this class you will create a customized book to take on your trips, that will hold your treasures and preserve memories. The art of creating handmade books has been with us since ancient times. Today the book arts are thriving all over the world because of college degree programs, local guilds, and artists who embrace this medium of expression. After an introduction to the history of the book arts, the work of modern artists, terminology, tools and resources available, you will create a travel journal that reflects your own needs (storage, drawing, writing) as well as your own sense of style

and design. You might choose to create a journal that you can stuff into your backpack to be worked on as you travel or one that is meant to display artifacts, notes, or pictures. date Tues., June 12-26 time 1-3 p.m. fee/members $50/non members $75 (31211) place HBAC instr Michele Olsen Michele Olsen was a mathematics instructor at the college level for 25 years. She has been making custom books for 10 years, since joining the North Redwoods Book Arts Guild. For more information, visit www.micheleolsen.com and www.norbag.net.

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BLACK BEAR & COUGAR COUNTRY Enjoy a day in the field learning about two of our area’s most misunderstood and least appreciated large mammals: black bears and cougars (a.k.a., mountain lion, puma). Background information relating to the ecology, behavior, food habits, challenges for management, and conservation of these fascinating animals will be presented on the first evening.

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We will then take this information into the field to explore the native habitats of black bears and cougars in the backcountry of Redwood National Park and surrounding areas. We will walk through conifer forests, oak woodlands, and grasslands abundant with wildlife and that provide a rich opportunity for learning. Anyone with an interest in bears or cougars is welcome to attend. This course includes a field trip. All participants are required to complete a Release of Liability form (see page 38). Wear sturdy shoes and be prepared for unpredictable weather. We will always be within a short distance of our transportation, so no long distance or strenuous hiking will be required. Bring a lunch and a drink.

Terry Hofstra has worked on a variety of fish and wildlife research and management projects. He recently retired from his position as chief of Resource Management and Science Division at Redwood National Park. He was a member of the Cougar Management Working Group that authored Cougar Management Guidelines (2005).

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Wed./Sat., June 20 and 23 time Wed.: 6-8 p.m. Sat.: 8 a.m.-5 p.m. fee/members $70 (31209) place HBAC and Redwood National Park instr Terry Hofstra and Kristin Schmidt

Kristin Schmidt is wildlife biologist at Redwood National Park. She has a broad range of experience working with a variety of wildlife not only with the park but also with the U.S. Forest Service. She has conducted research on northern spotted owls and fish, and is responsible for the park’s mountain lion and black bear management programs.

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OLLI Following Your PASSION How do we sustain passion in our lives? Are you interested in expressing yourself in creative ways, exploring and developing your passions? This course is designed for you. Through inspirational presentation, intrapersonal exercises, discussions and a tour of the instructor’s architectural garden, participants in this class will expand belief in self, and foster personal motivation to explore and express the j individual creativity we all possess. For OLLI All participants in this class will receive MEMBERS a ticket to the Garden Tour on June 24 ONLY from 10 a.m.-5 p.m., sponsored by the Humboldt Botanical Garden Foundation. Joy Worrell’s Rustic Garden and Labyrinth walk are featured on the tour. Only OLLI participants in this course will have the whole story of the featured garden from start to finish. For more information, about the Garden Tour, visit www.hbgf.org. This course includes a field trip. All participants are required to complete a Release of Liability form (see page 38). date Fri., June 22 time 10 a.m.-noon fee/members $50 (31360) place HBAC and Garden Tour instr Joy Worrell Joy Worrell holds an M.A. in drama and a master’s in social work. She is a member of the Screen Actors Guild and has been a poet all her life. From stage and TV producer, actor, director, playwright and teacher to psychotherapist in private practice and clinical group work, Joy’s many roles and experiences are varied and rich.

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Botanical Gardens. Start with a short lecture by the Humboldt Bay Wildlife Refuge Wildlife biologist, then a walk in the refuge, featuring its history and avian visitors. Take a short drive to the Humboldt Botanical Gardens to enjoy a delicious boxed lunch from the Loleta Baking Company. After lunch, Evelyn Giddings, president of the Humboldt Botanical Gardens, will present the history of the area and the development of the gardens. Docents will be available for mini lectures and plant identification in each garden. This course includes a field trip. All participants are required to complete a Release of Liability form (see page 38). Wear sturdy shoes and be prepared for unpredictable weather. date Sat., July 14 time 9 a.m.-3 p.m. fee/members $50 (31222) place Wildlife Refuge and Botanical Gardens instr Denise Lea, Education Coordinator, Humboldt Botanical Gardens

GARDENING for WILDLIFE Even if you have a brown thumb, you really can garden and invite nature to your yard. Gardening for wildlife is not fussy and boring. It’s sloppy and fun! Brush piles and dandelions can invite birds. Rock piles may be kept for chipmunks and lizards. Those bare dirt patches can become dust baths for sparrows. Learn how to carelessly create a wildlife sanctuary and enjoy the view! date Thurs., June 7 time 6-8 p.m. fee/members $30/nonmembers $55 (31224) place HBAC instr Louise Bacon-Ogden Louise Bacon Ogden has loved birds since childhood. From 1990 to 2004, she owned and operated the Eureka store Strictly for the Birds. Since retirement she has been doing talks, classes and lectures across Humboldt County and beyond.

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SUMMER 2012 GENTLE YOGA for OLLI Join us for a gentle yoga class at the Humboldt Bay Aquatics Center. Conscious, relaxed breathing, gentle stretches, strength and balancing postures, grounding, core strength and overall body/mind awareness will be explored. Focus will be on both floor and standing poses for strength, balance and flexibility at any age. The instructor will assist you to be mindful of your body’s own capacities and to utilize the Yoga practice for your greatest benefit and sense of well-being. Her ultimate goal is to support you in caring for your body, mind and spirit, thereby cultivating a sense of peace and harmony. Please bring a yoga mat, blanket or towel and water. Register for one or both sessions, which will be held at HBAC on Mondays from 1:30-3 p.m. and taught by Patricia Starr. SESSION 1: Mon., June 4-July 9 (no class July 2) fee/members $65/nonmembers $90 (31236) SESSION 2: Mon., July 16-Aug. 27 fee/members $75/nonmembers $90 (31237) Patricia Starr is a certified yoga teacher and therapist and has been a yoga practitioner for 37 years. She is a mother of three sons and a grandmother of three. Her years of yoga practice have consistently been her lifeline, and she looks forward to sharing her joy in yoga with OLLI members.

BIRD BEHAVIOR Have you ever watched a bird and wondered, “What is that bird doing?” You will learn about some interesting things birds do and why. This class promises to be fun and informative! date Thurs., June 14 time 6-8 p.m. fee/members $30/nonmembers $55 (31229) place HBAC instr Louise Bacon-Ogden Louise Bacon Ogden: See biography on previous page, under “Gardening for Wildlife.” OLLI at HSU

DAY OF YOGA & MINDFULNESS Join members of the OLLI community for a gentle and nurturing day of relaxation. The morning will be filled with yoga for OLLI and a mindful walking meditation. After a brown bag lunch, the class will conclude with restorative yoga and a mindful sitting meditation. Gentle Yoga students as well as beginners are welcome to participate in this experience. Please bring a yoga mat, blanket or towel, a lunch and water. date Sat., July 28 time 10 a.m.-2 p.m. fee/members $75 nonmembers $90 (31238) place HBAC instr Patricia Starr Patricia Starr: See biography under “Gentle Yoga for OLLI.”

HERBS on the

NORTH COAST Join this interactive class to learn about herbal folklore, and discuss types of perennial and annual herbs that do well in our region. You will learn how to start your own indoor or outdoor patch, and will get to choose two or three plants to take home. Discuss the many uses of herbs, create an herb chart and learn about food combinations, decorating and landscaping with herbs. date Tues., June 19-26 time 6-8 p.m. fee/members $40/nonmembers $65 (31226) place HBAC instr Doris Hicks Doris Hicks has always had a garden with a mixture of flowers and herbs. She is captivated by the scent, color and textures of the plants. A North Coast resident for over 20 years, she is delighted to share her passion for herbs with members of our community. • www.humboldt.edu/olli • (707) 826-5880 • SUMMER 2012


OLLI WRITING FICTION:

Parallel Lives/ Parallel Universes What is the road not taken? How would you be living if you had made other choices at life’s crossroads? Could you be living another life in a parallel universe? Open to all levels of writers, this class will begin with reading aloud. Participants will respond to a writing prompt related to the subject matter as a warmup, before a longer writing session takes place. You may keep it personal by writing in first person. Or you could become a narrator, and write as an outside observer looking at what might have been. You may work on short episodes or one long piece. We will share our work each session and share supportive comment and feedback. date Wed., June 6-27 time 1-3 p.m. fee/members $50/ nonmembers $75 (31349) place HBAC instr Stephanie Silvia Stephanie Silvia: See biography under “Modern Dance Innovators.”

CREATIVE IMAGERY This course introduces the use of creative visualization and the conscious power of imagery to create what you want in all areas of your life. We all use visualization, but too often we use it in a relatively unconscious way and focus on limitations, worry, regret, and other negative energy. This class will show you how to use imagery to create a clear mental picture of what you want to achieve in all areas of your life. The course will offer techniques including affirmations, the integration of left/right brain, association, senses, and meditation. date Wed./Sat., June 6 and June 9 time 6-8 p.m. fee/members $50/nonmembers $75 (31220) place HBAC instr Sharon Ferrett Sharon K. Ferrett, Ph.D., has over 35 years in higher education as a college and university dean, director and professor. She is also a management consultant and a small business owner who brings a real-world perspective to her presentations and books: Peak Performance, Positive Attitudes at Work, Strategies: College and Career Success, and Getting and Keeping the Job You Want.

MODERN DANCE INNOVATORS Explore the history of modern dance and its major innovators, including Isadora Duncan, Martha Graham and Merce Cunningham. At the turn of the last century, modern dance emerged as an American art form, in rejection of hierarchical European values, and favoring individual and democratic ideas. Each class will end with a beginning-level movement session in the style of one of the choreographers discussed in the class, reflecting the aesthetics and philosophy of the choreographer’s era. Please wear loose clothing and bring a yoga mat, blanket or towel and water.

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

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SUMMER 2012 Making Your Case: The Art & Craft of

ADVOCACY

You want to change the world. Or sell your idea to a prospective funder or policymaker. Or get your spouse to travel to Antarctica. So where do you start? This workshop focuses on the art and craft of advocacy, the effective articulation and marketing of your ideas and creating of the desired end result. Advocacy is about tactics and techniques, logic and emotion, strategic and creative thinking and writing, verbal and nonverbal communication, and effective messaging. How to get from A to Z. You will be planning, talking, and writing your way through this course. So bring pen and paper, laptop or Ipad – your most comfortable medium – plus a problem you want to address. We’ll get to work! date Wed., July 11-25 time 3:30-5:30 p.m. fee/members $40/nonmembers $65 (31228) place HBAC instr Jane Woodward Jane Woodward, Ph.D., has worked over 40 years in program development and evaluation, policy consulting, law and marketing. She is active on the Arcata Economic Development Committee, and involved in advocacy, research and writing.

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

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SoulCollage:® The Fool,

The Challenger & The Friend SoulCollage® is a collage process developed by author Seena B. Frost. By putting together cut-out images from magazines and other sources, we can access the many different parts of ourselves. Each one-day workshop will focus on a different subpersonality, archetype, or significant person whose energy will be represented in a SoulCollage® card. The first workshop is entitled “The Fool,” and focuses on the trickster, or “fool” archetype. The other two workshops “The Challenger” and “The Friend,” may be either an archetype, a sub-personality of the student, or an actual person from their lives. The three workshops will follow the same format. They are not consecutive; you may sign up for one, two, or all three. No previous art experience is necessary, but life experience is a plus! All materials provided. All workshops take place at Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center in Eureka, and are taught by Janet Patterson. WORKSHOP 1 – THE FOOL: Tues., June 12, 3:30-5:30 p.m. date fee/members $30/nonmembers $55 (31215) WORKSHOP 2 – THE CHALLENGER: date Tues., July 17, 3:30-5:30 p.m. fee/members $30/nonmembers $55 (31216) WORKSHOP 3 – THE FRIEND: date Tues., Aug. 7, 3:30-5:30 p.m. fee/members $ $30/nonmembers $55 (31217) Janet Patterson has been active in SoulCollage® for six years. She is completing her Ph.D. in psychology with an emphasis on disturbing dream images and the body. She is also a member of the Jung and SoulCollage® OLLI interest groups.

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OLLI SPORTS & THE MEDIA: Big League vs. Small High School Does the media give us an accurate account of sports in American life? Do sports journalists always root for the home team? Is the local high school obscured by big league coverage? These and related topics will be the focus of this morning discussion about a favorite American obsession. date Wed., July 11 time 10 a.m.-noon fee/members $30/nonmembers $55 (31213) place HBAC instr Maclyn McClary Mac McClary is an emeritus professor of the Dept. of Journalism and Mass Communication at HSU. He was a daily newspaper sportswriter, reporter and news editor in Southern California before coming to HSU.

CORPORATE PERSONHOOD How is Corporate Personhood defined in our society? The government created a definition and understanding and the Occupy movement is challenging that definition. Join Government Scholar Dr. Gayle Olson-Raymer for a morning discussion of the history and development of Corporate Personhood in the United States. Learn of the benefits and burdens to our government, culture and communities. date Wed., June 13 time 9 a.m.-noon fee/members $30/nonmembers $55 (31235) place HBAC instr Gayle Olson-Raymer Gayle Olson-Raymer, Ph.D., teaches institutions and survey courses in U.S. History, as well as historical concepts at HSU. She is also a professor for the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History and serves as evaluator of Teaching American History grants in school districts throughout the county.

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You Can Break the

SYMPTOM CYCLE Has your chronic condition presented everyday challenges you would like to address? Would you like to take a more active role in your health and health care? Spend an afternoon learning key strategies like creating a partnership with your doctor, managing negative emotions and relaxation techniques. Learn to break the symptom cycle of disease, pain, stress/anxiety, depression and fatigue. Learn how you can become an activated patient, who can take an active role in your own healthcare. This engaging participatory experience will be a brief introduction to the “Our Pathways to Health” workshop based on the Stanford University Chronic Disease SelfManagement Program. Aligning Forces Humboldt will present the full workshop for OLLI at HSU in fall 2012. Choose one of two sessions taught by Marion Love and Toni Martin. Sessions will be held at the Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center in Eureka. SESSION 1: Mon., June 25, 10 a.m.-noon fee/members $30/nonmembers $55 (31233) SESSION 2: Fri., July 20, 2-4 p.m. fee/members $30/nonmembers $55 (31234) Marion Love is an experienced Pathways Leader and is a retired teacher living comfortably with several chronic illnesses. She is a long-time resident of Eureka. Toni Martin is a master trainer, and an Our Pathways to Health leader. She holds a masters in education and in school psychology from HSU. Partially retired, she currently works as a consultant for the Humboldt County Office of Education. She is a longtime resident of Humboldt County.

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The ARAB SPRING Is the Arab Spring a replay of the European revolutions of 1848? This course will feature discussion of the unrest in the Middle East. The focus will be on the explosive potential of the situation in Syria in contrast to the implosive revolutions in Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, and Yemen. We will also assess the legacies of the Cold War and analyze the fate of neighboring states, monarchies, the republics of Turkey, Israel, and Iran. Optional readings for this class: Syria – Ballots or Bullets? (Carsten Wieland, Cune Press), The Road from Damascus (Scott C. Davis, Cune Press), Steel & Silk (Sami Moubayed, Cune Press). date Tues., July 10-31 time 3:30-5:30 p.m. fee/members $50/ nonmembers $75 (31227) place HBAC instr Tom Gage Tom Gage, Professor Emeritus in English, HSU, served as a Fulbright Scholar in Syria. He has annually traveled and given papers in the Eastern Mediterranean. In 2011 he participated in the Doha Forum of the annual United Nations Alliance of Civilizations conference.

EXIT 101 Starting the Conversation about End of Life Choices An evening of performance, storytelling and discussion

Wednesday, June 27 • 7 p.m. Carlo Theatre at Dell’Arte, Blue Lake

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

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

Date

DROPPING A COURSE OF 5 MEETINGS OR MORE: Prior to the first class session............ Total fee minus $10 On or after the first day ....................... 65% of fees collected will be refunded until 25% of the course time has elapsed After 25% of course time elapsed .... No refund DROPPING A COURSE OF 4 MEETINGS OR LESS: Prior to the first class session............ Total fee minus $10 On or after the first day ....................... No refund

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Easy steps to REGISTER

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Select the courses you want from the listing in this bulletin or by accessing the summer class schedule on the HSU website: www.humboldt.edu/ oaa/classes.shtml

SUMMER SESSION

provides an opportunity for those who are not currently admitted to Humboldt State University to enroll in university courses. The Summer Session program allows enrollment in HSU credit-bearing classes, provided that there is space available and prerequisites are fulfilled. See the complete listing of courses at www.humboldt.edu/oaa/classes.shtml

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The registration process is easy. Admission to the University is not required, and the same fees apply to everyone. LIMITATIONS: Extended Education cannot guarantee you a space nor assure you will be permitted to enroll in any class. Instructor approval may be required, if a course has prerequisites. Summer Session courses taken through Extended Education will count in Undergraduate/Graduate units earned, grade point average and residence credit. For more information about Summer Session, call the Office of Extended Education:

707-826-3731

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Extended Education is open

Mon.-Fri., 8 a.m.-5 p.m. The office is located in the Student & Business Services Building, suite 211 (second floor) on the HSU campus. VISA, MC and Discover are accepted. For the latest updates on summer courses, go to the HSU Class Schedule index:

Fill out the registration form on page 17. You may also pick up a form at the Office of Extended Education, or get one sent to you by calling 826-3731. You may also download a form at www.humboldt.edu/extended If a course has prerequisites, obtain the instructor’s written approval. Registration is on a space-available basis. Return your form to the Extended Education Office and pay your fees prior to the second class meeting to avoid a $25 late fee.

FEES $270 per unit $25 late fee Summer Session 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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Summer Session Course Listing Codes Key

Registration Procedures for SUMMER SESSION

DAYS OF THE WEEK:

Registration and add/drop deadlines are published in the Calendar of Activities and Deadlines and the Registration Guide found on the HSU website under Class Schedule, Summer Term 2012. Refund information for 5-week or fullsession Summer Session courses may be found in the Calendar of Activities and Deadlines and the Registration Guide found on the HSU website or in the Extended Education bulletin. Refund policies for Summer Session courses of less than five weeks may be found on page 3 of this bulletin. Students who have been admitted to Humboldt State University will register for Summer Session through Student Center, as they do in fall and spring terms. HSU students will also add and drop through Student Center. Students who have not been admitted to Humboldt State University may also register for Summer Session courses, provided that they meet any course prerequisites. These non-matriculated students will register, add and drop courses through the Office of Extended Education. For these students, fees for Summer Session courses are due and payable at the time of registration. Registration is not complete until payment is confirmed. Instructor signature is required to register for courses with prerequisites. Disqualified students may not enroll through Extended Education until one full academic year elapses since disqualification. All enrolled Summer Session students must comply with University and department policies regarding grading and student conduct.

To contact HSU instructors or departments, use the HSU online directory under “quick links” at www.humboldt.edu or see inside back cover for HSU phone numbers. For information about academics, admissions, credit, e-mail accounts, grades, parking, student ID cards, the Jack Pass and more, see pages 44-46.

This class schedule was prepared on the basis of the best information available at the time of publication. All information is subject to change without notice or obligation.

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M: Monday

T: Tuesday

W: Wednesday R: Thursday S: Saturday OC

F: Friday

U: Sunday

Off-campus location

ONLINE Course delivery is via the Internet (distance learning)

NOTES A=

Additional labs may be opened if/when current labs fill

F=

Course includes a field trip. You must complete emergency contact information and liability waiver

P=

Course requires a prerequisite: See catalog; requires instructor approval to override

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

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

For the latest updates on summer courses, go to the HSU Class Schedule index:

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Course Title Number

# of Dates Times Days Location Instructor Units

Course Notes Fee

ANTHROPOLOGY ANTH 104

31244

Cultural Anthropology

3.0

6/25-7/27

ONLINE

ONLINE

Scoggin

$810

ANTH 302

31049

Anthropology of Religion

3.0

5/21-6/22

ONLINE

ONLINE

Smith

$810

$810

BIOLOGY BIOL 104

31059

General Biology

3.0

5/21-6/22

8-9:50 AM

MTR

SCIB 135

Callahan

BIOL 104

31060

General Biology (Lab)

0.0

5/21-6/22

10 AM-12:50 PM

MTR

SCIA 456

Callahan

BIOL 104

31061

General Biology (Lab)

0.0

5/21-6/22

1-3:50 PM

MTR

SCIA 456

Callahan

BIOL 104

31062

General Biology (Lab)

0.0

5/21-6/22

4-6:50 PM

MTR

SCIA 456

Callahan

BIOL 105

31259

Principles of Biology

4.0

5/21-6/22

9-11:50 AM

MWF

NR 101

Schroeder

BIOL 105

31260

Principles of Biology (Lab)

0.0

5/21-6/22

12-2:50 PM

MWF

SCIB 132

Schroeder

A

BIOL 340

31028

Genetics

4.0

6/25-7/27

9-11:15 AM

MTWR

SCIB 133

Sprowles

P

BIOL 340

31029

Genetics (Activity)

0.0

6/25-7/27

11:25 AM-2:15 PM

MW

SCIB 126

Sprowles

$1,080 $1,080

P

A

BOTANY BOT 105

31265

General Botany

4.0

5/21-6/22

9-11:15 AM

MTWR

SCIB 133

Tomescu

BOT 105

31266

General Botany (Lab)

0.0

5/21-6/22

11:25 AM-2:15 PM

MWR

SCID 147

Tomescu

$1,080 A

P

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION BA 250

31019

Financial Accounting

4.0

5/21-6/22

ONLINE

ONLINE

Thomas

$1,080

BA 340

31050

Principles of Marketing

4.0

6/25-7/27

ONLINE

ONLINE

Sleeth-Keppler

$1,080

BA 360

31025

Principles of Finance

4.0

5/21-6/22

8-10:50 AM

MTWR

SH 117

Byrne

$1,080

BA 370

31055

Principles of Management

4.0

6/25-7/27

11 AM-1:50 PM

MTWR

SH 128

Modarres-Fathi $1,080

P

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, MASTERS IN MBA 675

31001

Social Environment/Ethics

4.0

5/21-7/27

5-7:50 PM

MW

SH 128

Chen/Powell

$1,080

P

MBA 679

31002

Policy/Strategy

3.0

5/21-7/27

4-6:50 PM

TR

SH 128

Lane

$810

P

MBA 692

31003

Master’s Degree Project

1.0

5/21-7/27

Pham

$270

$1,080

CHEMISTRY CHEM 107

31250

Fundamentals of Chemistry

4.0

5/21-6/22

11 AM-1:15 PM

MTWR

SCIB 135

Schineller

CHEM 107

31251

Fundamentals of Chem (Lab)

0.0

5/21-6/22

8-10:50 AM

TWR

SCIA 556

Schineller

A

CHEM 109

31031

General Chemistry

5.0

5/21-6/22

12-2:15 PM

MTWR

SCIB 133

Hurst

P

CHEM 109

31032

General Chemistry (Lab)

0.0

5/21-6/22

9-11:50 AM

TWR

SCIA 567

Hurst

A

CHEM 109

31034

General Chemistry (Discussion)

0.0

5/21-6/22

9-11:50 AM

M

SCIA 567

Hurst

A

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Summer Session Course Code

Course Title Number

# of Dates Times Days Location Instructor Units

Course Notes Fee

CHEM 328

31036

Brief Organic Chemistry

4.0

5/21-6/22

12-2:15 PM

MTWR

SCIA 475

Smith

$1,080

CHEM 328

31037

Brief Organic Chemistry (Lab)

0.0

5/21-6/22

9-11:50 AM

TWR

SCIA 555

Smith

5/21-6/22

ONLINE

ONLINE

Hurlbut

$810

3.0

5/21-6/22

2-4:50 PM

MWF

BSS 166

Braithwaite

$810

3.0

6/25-7/27

8-10:15 AM

MTWR

FH 163

Paulet

$810

P A

CHILD DEVELOPMENT CD 350

31239

Life-Span Development

3.0

HEALTH EDUCATION HED 400

31240

Sound Mind-Sound Body

P

HISTORY HIST 111

31270

U.S. History Since 1877

JOURNALISM & MASS COMMUNICATION JMC 302

31047

Mass Media and Popular Arts

3.0

5/21-6/22

ONLINE

ONLINE

Burstiner

$810

3.0

6/25-7/27

ONLINE

ONLINE

Kelly

$810

Algebra & Elementary Functions

4.0

5/21-7/27

11 AM-12:20 PM

MTWR

BSS 302

Flashman

$1,080

P

Math for Elementary Education

3.0

5/21-6/22

8-10:50 AM

MTWR

BSS 302

Matsumoto

$810

P

Music in World Culture

3.0

5/21-6/22

11 AM-1:15 PM

MTWR

MUSA 130

Kaufman

$810

3.0

5/21-6/22

ONLINE

ONLINE

Goodman

$810

KINESIOLOGY KINS 474

31317

Psychology of Sport & Exercise

MATHEMATICS MATH 115

31264

MATH 308C 31051

MUSIC MUS 302

31018

PHILOSOPHY PHIL 100

31026

Logic

PHYSICAL EDUCATION PE 157

31020

Weight Training Ind/Beginning

1.0

5/21-6/22

Petersen

$270

PE 157

31056

Weight Training Ind/Beginning

1.0

6/25-7/27

Petersen

$270

$1,080

PHYSICS PHYX 106

31039

Col Phyx: Mechanics & Heat

4.0

5/21-6/22

12-02:15 PM

MTWR

SCIA 467

Mola

PHYX 106

31040

Col Phyx: Mechanics & Heat (Lab) 0.0

5/21-6/22

9-11:50 AM

TWR

SCIA 467

Mola

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Summer Session Course Code

Course Title Number

# of Dates Times Days Location Instructor Units

Course Notes Fee

POLITICAL SCIENCE PSCI 110

31024

American Government

3.0

5/21-6/22

8-10:15 AM

MTWR

FH 232

Burkhalter

$810

PSYCHOLOGY PSYC 100

31242

Psych of Critical Thinking

3.0

5/21-6/22

ONLINE

ONLINE

Campbell

$810

PSYC 104

31021

Intro Psychology

3.0

6/25-7/27

02-04:50 PM

MWF

BSS 166

Howe

$810

PSYC 242

31076

Intro Psych Research Design

4.0

5/21-6/22

9-11:50 AM

TWR

BSS 313

Peeters-Graehl

$1,080

PSYC 242

31081

Intro Psych Research Design (Lab) 0.0

5/21-6/22

12:30-02:20 PM

TWR

BSS 204

Peeters-Graehl

PSYC 438

31243

Dynamics of Abnormal Behavior

5/21-6/22

8-10:50 AM

MWF

BSS 204

Eckerd

$810

5/21-6/8

ONLINE

ONLINE

Yellow Bird

$405

7/2-7/27

11 AM-01:50 PM

MTWR

FH 163

Chew

$810

3.0

P P

SOCIAL WORK SW 580

31247

Decolonizing SW w/Indig. Peoples 1.5

SOCIOLOGY SOC 302

31331

Forests & Culture

3.0

SPECIAL EDUCATION SPED 740

31063

Assmnt & Prog Plng: Sev Dsblts

2.0

7/2-7/6

12-05:55 PM

MTWRF

HGH 225

Ellerd

$540

P

SPED 741

31064

Assmt/Prg Plng Severe Disbilts

1.0

7/2-7/6

8 AM-11:25 AM

MTWRF

HGH 225

Ellerd

$270

P

SPED 742

31065

Curric/Diff Instrn Svre Disbil

2.0

7/9-7/13

12-05:55 PM

MTWRF

HGH 225

McGuire

$540

P

SPED 743

31066

Prctcm: Curr & Diff Instrction

1.0

7/9-7/13

8 AM-11:25 AM

MTWRF

HGH 225

Ellerd

$270

P

SPED 744

31067

Comm Mthds:Severe Disabilities

2.0

7/16-7/20

12-05:55 PM

MTWRF

HGH 225

Ellerd

$540

P

SPED 745

31068

Prctm: Comm Mthds Severe Dsblt 1.0

7/16-7/20

8 AM-11:25 AM

MTWRF

HGH 225

Ellerd

$270

P

SPED 746

31069

Mvmnt & Spcl Hlth Care: Svr Ds

2.0

7/23-7/27

12-05:55 PM

MTWRF

HGH 225

McGuire

$540

P

SPED 747

31070

Prctm:Mvmnt & Spcl Hlthcre Svr

1.0

7/23-7/27

8 AM-11:25 AM

MTWRF

HGH 225

Ellerd

$270

P

$1,080

P

STATISTICS STAT 108

31052

Elementary Statistics

4.0

5/21-6/22

8-10:15 AM

MTWR

BSS 166

Adams

STAT 108

31053

Elementary Statistics (Activity)

0.0

5/21-6/22

10:25 AM-11:45 AM MTWR

BSS 317

Adams

A

STAT 109

31268

Introductory Biostatistics

4.0

6/25-7/27

ONLINE

ONLINE

Kim

P

STAT 109

31269

Introductory Biostatistics (Activity) 0.0

6/25-7/27

ONLINE

ONLINE

Kim

$1,080

WILDLIFE WLDF 309

31023

Case Studies in Environ Ethics

3.0

7/2-7/26

8-10:50 AM

MTWR

WFB 258

Johnson

$810

P,F

WLDF 365

31262

Ornithology I

3.0

5/21-6/22

11 AM-12:20 PM

MTWR

WFB 230

Colwell

$810

P

WLDF 365

31263

Ornithology I (Lab)

0.0

5/21-6/22

12:30-01:20 PM

MTWR

WFB 230

Colwell

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General Information ACADEMIC QUESTIONS

CANCELLED CLASSES

COURSE NUMBERS

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

The Office of Extended Education will attempt to notify students of any cancellations in course offerings. It is therefore important for students to register early and notify Extended Education of any changes to your address, phone number or e-mail. For cancelled classes, full refunds for noncredit and Extension courses will be issued automatically. Summer Session students should contact Extended Education to request a refund. Once the Office of 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.

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.

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

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

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

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CHILD CARE The HSU Children’s Center summer services provides a full range of services with approximately one-half of the regular academic year enrollment. Services include toddler and preschool care from 7:30 a.m.5:30 p.m. daily and meal service. The grant from the U.S. Dept. of Education to serve low-income student parents will be available during the summer. Due to limited space availability, please contact the Children’s Center as soon as possible at (707) 826-3838.

COMPUTING SERVICES & LABS Extended Education students may use computer labs on campus during open lab hours. An active user name and password is required. For information regarding schedules, locations, information, policies and problem reporting as well as information on obtaining and using an e-mail account, contact Academic Computing, (707) 826-4357, or visit the website at www.humboldt.edu/its/labs For login or password assistance, choose “Student Center” from the “Quick Links” on the university’s main web page (www.humboldt. edu), or contact the Help Desk at (707) 826HELP(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)

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

CREDIT/NO CREDIT GRADING MODE Students may opt to take some courses on a credit/ no credit basis in place of a letter grade. To do so, students must complete the required form at the Office of 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.

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General Information E-MAIL ACCOUNTS

HOUSING & DINING SERVICES

MATRICULATED STUDENTS

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

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

EXTENSION COURSE SCHEDULE

ID NUMBERS

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

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.

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 summer session classes via web registration but register for other Extension courses through Extended Education (not via web registration) and must pay the stated course fee. Graduate students needing to maintain continuous enrollment should contact the Academic Programs - Graduate Office (826-3949) for guidance.

FACULTY  REPLACEMENT

IDENTIFICATION CARDS

NAME CHANGES

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

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

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

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

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

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

JACK PASS The HSU Jack Pass program offers students unlimited free ride access on the Redwood Transit System (RTS) buses, the Eureka Transit System (ETS) buses, and Arcata & Mad River Transit System (A&MRTS). Currently enrolled Extended Education and OLLI students are eligible to purchase the HSU Jack Pass for $30 per semester, at the Student Financial Services window on the second floor of the Student Business Services building. (Note: The Jack Pass fee will increase to $60 in fall 2012.) More information: www. humboldt.edu/parking/bus_riding.html

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

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

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

PARKING

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. Summer library hours at the time of publication: Mon.-Thurs.: 8 a.m.-7:45 p.m. Fri.-Sat.-Sun.: Closed ID Card photos are taken in the library: Mon.-Thurs.: 11 a.m.-1 p.m. and 6-7 p.m. or by appointment by calling 826-5601

A parking permit is required 7 a.m.-10 p.m. Monday-Thursday and from 7 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday. No permit is required for Friday evening and weekends. Daily parking permits ($3.50 per day) may be purchased from any of the red daily parking permit machines which accept quarters only. Other permits can be purchased at the Student Financial Services Office in the Student & Business Services Building at Harpst and B Streets. Parking fees are: Automobiles: $105 for summer Motorcycles: $26.50 for summer 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. Continued next page ®

HSU Extended Education

www.humboldt.edu/extended

(707) 826-3731

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

STUDENT CENTER The Student Center is the primary online location for students to check grades, change addresses, and check account records. From the main university web page (www.humboldt. edu) under “Quick Links,” and under “Tools,” choose “Student Center.” To gain access to the Student Center, click on “Forgot User Name or Password,” and follow the links for identifying your user name and setting a new password.

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

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

HSU Extended Education

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

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

VERIFICATION OF ENROLLMENT Students who need an official verification of current enrollment may request this verification in writing from the Office of 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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HSU Map

ARCATA, CALIF.

HSU Extended Education

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

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HSU Map -A-

-H-

-R-

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

-B-

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

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

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

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

-S-

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

-J-

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

-K-

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

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

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

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

-C-

-L-

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

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

LAUREL Laurel Residence Hall F2

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

-F-

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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-W-

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

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

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

WWH Walter Warren House C9

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Office of Extended Education • Humboldt State University 211 Student & Business Services Building (Second floor, to the right of Financial Aid) Open 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Friday • Phone (707) 826-3731

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HSU Extended Education

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


HSU Phone Numbers Academic Personnel Services.....................................5086

Academic Programs...................................................3949

Academic Support Programs .....................................4781

Admissions................................................................4402

Advising Center..........................................................5224

Alumni Relations .......................................................3132

Anthropology.............................................................3139

Art .............................................................................3624

Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences, College of...........4491

Assessment of Prior Learning.....................................3641

Associated Students ...................................................3771

Athletics.....................................................................3666

Bias Response Team/Diversity & Inclusion.................4949

Biological Sciences....................................................3245

Bookstore..................................................................3741

Budget Office.............................................................3316

Business, School of ...................................................3224

Campus Center for Appropriate Technology...............3551

Career Center ............................................................3341

Cashier (Student Financial Services)..........................6789

Center Activities.........................................................3357

CenterArts..................................................................4411

Center for Indian Community Development ...............3711

Chemistry ..................................................................3277

Child Development ....................................................3471

Children’s Center.......................................................3838

College of

Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences.......................4491

Natural Resources & Sciences...............................3256

Professional Studies..............................................3961

Communication.........................................................3261

Computing Science....................................................3143

Contracts & Procurement ..........................................3512

Counseling & Psychological Services..........................3236

Critical Race, Gender & Sexuality Studies...................4503

Dining Services..........................................................3451

Disability Resource Center, Student............................4678

Diversity Plan Action Council/Diversity & Inclusion....4503

Economic, Community & Business Development .......3919

Economics.................................................................3204

Education..................................................................5873

Educational Opportunity Program (EOP)

/Student Support Services.....................................4781

Elementary Education................................................5867

Engineering (Env. Resources) ...................................3619

English ......................................................................3758

Enrollment Management, Outreach & Recruitment....4402

Environmental Management & Protection..................4147

Ethnic Studies............................................................4329

Extended Education...................................................3731

Financial Aid..............................................................4321

Fiscal Affairs, Director...............................................3521

Fisheries Biology .......................................................3953

Forestry & Wildland Resources..................................3935

Foundation, Advancement..........................................5146

Foundation, HSU Sponsored Programs......................4189

French/World Languages & Culture ...........................3226

Geography.................................................................3946

Geology .....................................................................3931

German/World Languages & Culture..........................3226

Graduate Studies & Research.....................................3949

Health Center, Student ...............................................3146

Help Desk (Computing) ............................................4357

History.......................................................................3641

Housing & Dining Services.........................................3451

Human Resources & Risk Management .....................3626

Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center (HBAC) .............. 443-4222

Humboldt Music Academy .........................................3411

Humboldt Orientation Program (HOP)......................3510

ID Office....................................................................5601

Indian Natural Resources, Sciences

& Engineering Program........................................4998

Indian Teacher & Educational

Personnel Program...............................................3672

Industrial Technology ................................................3224

Information (Campus Operator) ...............................3011

Information Technology Services...............................3815

International English Language Institute ....................5878

International Programs..............................................4142

Journalism & Mass Communication...........................4775

KHSU-FM...................................................................4807

Kinesiology & Recreation Administration...................4536

KRFH-AM...................................................................3257

Learning Center/Tutorial Services ..............................5217

Learning & Tutorial Lab .............................................4266

Liberal Studies/Elementary Education........................3752

Library.......................................................................3441

Lumberjack Newspaper .............................................3271

Marine Laboratory.....................................................3671

Marine Wildlife Care Center.......................................3450

Mathematics..............................................................3143

Media Services...........................................................3166

Moodle Support.........................................................3633

Multicultural Center...................................................3364

Museum, Natural History ...........................................4479

Music ........................................................................3531

National Student Exchange.........................................6229

Native American Studies.............................................4329

Natural Resources & Sciences, College of ..................3256

Nursing......................................................................3215

Oceanography ...........................................................3540

Operator (University) ................................................3011

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) ...................5880

Over 60 Program.......................................................3731

Parking & Commuter Services ...................................3773

Payroll.......................................................................3736

Peace Corps...............................................................3342

Philosophy.................................................................4124

Physical Education.....................................................4536

Physics & Astronomy .................................................3277

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

Police, University.......................................................5555

Politics ......................................................................4494

President’s Office.......................................................3311

Psychology.................................................................3755

Public Safety/Police ...................................................5555

Rangeland Resources ................................................3935

Records & Registration..............................................4101

Recreation Administration.........................................4536

Redwood Arts Project................................................5801

Redwood Science Project ..........................................3477

Redwood Writing Project...........................................5109

Registrar, Office of the ...............................................4101

Religious Studies .......................................................4126

Residence Halls.........................................................3330

Schatz Energy Research Center..................................4345

Scholarships..............................................................4321

Secondary Education.................................................5867

Service Learning Center.............................................4964

Social Work...............................................................4448

Social Work, Masters of.............................................4443

Sociology...................................................................3139

Soils ..........................................................................3935

Spanish/World Languages & Culture ..........................3226

Special Education......................................................5795

Student Academic Services Outreach Program...........4791

Student Disability Resource Center (SCRC)................4678

Student Employment/Career Center ...........................3341

Student Financial Services..........................................6789

The Studio School......................................................3819

Talent Search.............................................................4791

Teaching English as a Second Language.....................4149

Testing Center............................................................3611

Theatre, Film & Dance...............................................3566

Ticket Office, Center Arts ...........................................3928

Transcript Request Recording....................................6185

Undergraduate Studies...............................................4192

University Advancement.............................................5101

University Computing Services ...................................3815

Veterans Enrollment & Transition Services.................6272

Vice President for

Academic Affairs...................................................3722

Administrative Affairs............................................3351

Advancement........................................................5101

Student Affairs ......................................................3361

Visitors’ Center ..........................................................6270

Watershed Management.............................................3935

Wildlife Management.................................................3953

Women’s Center.........................................................4216

Women’s Studies........................................................4925

Work-Study Jobs/Career Center .................................3341

World Languages & Cultures......................................3226

Youth Educational Services........................................4965

To locate other HSU campus phone numbers, consult www.humboldt.edu/tns/directory.php


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HSU Extended Education Course Bulletin: Summer 2012