1. HSU NAS Food Sovereignty Speaker Series. Please join us via Zoom or Facebook this November for the Food Sovereignty Speaker Series celebrating Native American Heritage Month! EVERY MONDAY from 1-2:30 P.M in November. Please register in advance here. All events are free and open to the public. The Nov. 16 event will be a panel about “State of Indigenous Food Sovereignty in California.” See the attached flyer.
  2. Student Resource Town Halls, Nov. 17 and Dec. 3. Two town halls hosted by Associated Students for students to voice their needs for campus resources. To register for either town hall, use the following links: Nov. 17 at 4 p.m. or Dec. 3 at 3:30 p.m.
  3. Gender, Women's Suffrage, and Political Power: Past, Present, and Future Conference. Taking place November 18-21, the conference will explore the diversity of women's influence and actions in electoral politics, political power, and leadership. The keynote speakers are Governor of Michigan Gretchen Whitmer, Vassar College President Elizabeth Bradley, and Erin Vilardi, founder and CEO of Vote Run Lead. Learn more about the conference and view the full program on our website. Register here.
  4. National Conference on Undergraduate Research. The Council on Undergraduate Research is excited to announce that the National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) will be held virtually—from wherever is comfortable with a Wifi connection—on April 12-14, 2021. NCUR is dedicated to promoting undergraduate research, scholarship, and creative activity in all fields of study by sponsoring an annual conference for students. Unlike meetings of academic professional organizations, this gathering of student scholars welcomes presenters from all institutions of higher learning across all disciplines. Abstracts are due Dec. 1. Check out FAQs about registering here.
  5. Columbia University’s Master of Public Administration in Environmental Science and Policy program. By integrating science with environmental policy and management, this program provides students the practical knowledge and training to become leaders in the rapidly growing area of sustainability. During this one-year program, students acquire the practical skills that are required of effective leaders: fostering and managing organizational innovation, optimizing group work and dealing with group conflict, managing the work of scientists, and communicating science to non-scientists. Graduates also understand the relationship of sustainability programs to organizational management and management to finance. Students who apply by January 15 are eligible for partial fellowships. BIPOC students who apply by this deadline will be considered for the Dean’s Fellowship – a full tuition grant and internship –and for numerous other partial fellowships. To learn more about this program, visit our website. There will be an information session Dec. 16; RSVP here.

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