INSIDE Chico State
0 April 18, 2002
Volume 32 Number 14
  A publication for the faculty, staff, administrators, and friends of California State University, Chico
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Inside

STORIES

Commentary

Calendar of Events

Achievements

Exhibitions

Credits

Archives

 

Arts, Events, and Speakers


Thursday, April 18

Anthropology Forum “Sisters in the Brotherhood” by Robin Huffman, Anthropology. 4 pm, Ayres 120.

Guest Lecturer Edwin Black, author of IBM and the Holocaust: The Strategic Alliance Between Nazi Germany and America’s Most Powerful Corporation. Tickets: $5­12. 7:30 pm, Laxson.

Writers’ Voice Series Charlotte Freeman, author of Place Last Seen, speaks. 7:30 pm, University Center Lounge.


Friday, April 19

Physics Seminar “CD Recording Technologies” by Tim Sweeney, Physics. 11 am, Physical Sci- ence 105.

Biology Seminar “Injection of Proteins into Eukaryotic Cells by Bacteria” by Glenn Young, UC Davis. 4 pm, Holt 170.

Mathematics Colloquium “Ranks of Elliptic Curves” by Karl Rubin, Stanford. 4 pm, Holt 185.

Celtic Fiddler Natalie MacMaster performs. Tickets: $10­22. 7:30 pm, Laxson.

Music, Dance, Video Sonic Fusion. Tickets: $6­10. 7:30 pm, Harlen Adams Theatre.


A.S. Film Series Jurassic Park. Tickets: students free, $2 general. 8 pm, BMU 210.


Saturday, April 20

Museum of Anthropology Event The Chico Dog Fanciers Association presents performing dogs. 1 pm, Langdon 301.

Opera Highlights CSU, Chico voice students perform. Tickets: $6­10. 7:30 pm, PAC 134.


Sunday, April 21

Alumni Reception noon, Nettleton Stadium.

Eco-Fest 2002 A celebration of Earth Month. noon, Rose Garden.

Opera Highlights Tickets: $6­10. 2 pm, PAC 134.


Monday, April 22

Earth Day Celebration 9 am, Free Speech Area.

Campus History Tour Student docents lead walking tours of the campus. 10 am, Kendall lawn.

Campus History Video CSU, Chico’s history is traced from its 1887 beginning to the present. 11 am, Harlen Adams Theatre.


Tuesday, April 23

Outstanding Faculty Service Award History Professor Lisa Emmerich is honored. 4 pm, Faculty/Staff Dining Room.

Rawlins Environmental Literacy Project Speaker “Hazardous Waste to Fertilizer: What Consumers Need to Know and Voters Need to Do” by Patty Martin, who exposed the use of toxic waste in fertilizer. 7 pm, Plumas 102.

Celebration of National Poetry Month Local poets, including CSU, Chico faculty, read their works. Open mike readings follow. 7:30 pm, Blue Room Theatre, 139 West First Street.


Wednesday, April 24

University Awards Reception Student leaders and contributors to student life are honored. 3 pm, Warrens Center.

CAPE Forum A panel discusses “Will We Let Children Change the World?” 4:30 pm, Modoc 114.

Guest Art Juror Lecture “Cross-Overs: Hybrids, Collaborations, and New Forms” by Glen Helfand. 6 pm, Ayres 106.

Gospel Choir Joy! 7:30 pm, Harlen Adams Theatre.


Thursday, April 25

Staff Awards Luncheon Staff members are honored for their service to the university. 11:30 am, BMU auditorium.

Outstanding Professor Award “Toward Cultural Sensibility: Transforming the Lens” by Art Sanchez, Psychology. 3 pm, PAC 134.

Anthropology Forum “Radical Environmentalism and Biore-gionalism: The Promise and Peril of Dark Green Religion” by Bron R. Taylor, University of Wisconsin. 4 pm, Ayres 120.

Student Symposium College of BSS undergraduate and graduate students present research. 7 pm, Butte. Call x6171.

Donna Stone Breed Memorial One-Acts A production by advanced directing students to fund the Donna Stone Breed Memorial Scholarship. Tickets: $6­10. 7:30 pm, Wismer Theatre.


Friday, April 26

Physics Seminar “Standing Waves or Not?” by John Elt- groth, Physics. 11 am, Physical Science 105.

Campus History Tour 11 am, Kendall lawn.

Campus History Video noon, Harlen Adams Theatre.

Humanities Center Symposium “On the Power and Limits of Language” by Terri Elliott, Philosophy. 3 pm, Trinity 126.

Mathematics Colloquium “Invariants of Singular Curves in the Projective Plane” Abigail Thompson, UC Davis. 4 pm, Holt 185.

Distinguished Alumni Awards An invitation-only event honors distinguished alumni. 6:30 pm, Butte Creek Country Club.

Donna Stone Breed Memorial One-Acts Tickets: $6­10. 7:30 pm, Wismer Theatre.

 

 

  Saturday, April 27

International Festival An all-day event. noon, Kendall lawn.

Choral Music from the 1920s­1960s in American Dreams, New Beginnings. Tickets: $6­10. 7:30 pm, Harlen Adams Theatre.

Donna Stone Breed Memorial One-Acts Tickets: $6­10. 7:30 pm, Wismer Theatre.


Sunday, April 28

Greek Week Community Challenge Teams from the campus and community participate in a day of games and activities to benefit the Boys and Girls Club of the North Valley. 11 am, University Stadium.

Choral American Dreams, New Beginnings. Tickets: $6­10. 2 pm, Harlen Adams Theatre.

Donna Stone Breed Memorial One-Acts Tickets: $6­10. 2 pm, Wismer Theatre.


Wednesday, May 1

Campus Arboretum Tour 11 am, Kendall.

Prime Timers Meeting Chico High School musicians. 11:30 am, BMU auditorium.

Guest Historian “The Future of the Public Intellectual” by Russell Jacoby, UCLA. 7 pm, Harlen Adams Theatre.

Guest Environmentalist “Sustainable Production and Consumption” by Dave Wann. 7 pm, BMU.


Thursday, May 2

Anthropology Forum “A Whale of a Time: The History and Archaeology of California Shore Whaling” by Georgia Fox, Anthropology. 4 pm, Ayres 120.

Writers’ Voice Series Graduate students in the Writer’s Workshop present their work. 7:30 pm, University Center Lounge.


Friday, May 3

Physics Seminar “Smells Like Chemistry” by Roy Fisher, Physics. 11 am, Physical Science 105.

Guest Historian “Television, Tape, Internet: Dialectics of the Postmodern Self in the U.S. from 1950 to 2000” by Mark Poster, UC Irvine. 2 pm, PAC 134.

Biology Seminar “Mechanisms of Nocardial Pathogenesis: The Possible Lifelong Ramifications in Human Health” by Blaine Beaman, UC Davis. 4 pm, Holt 170.

Mathematics Colloquium “Interval Estimation for a Binomial Proportion” by Brian Jersky, Sonoma State University. 4 pm, Holt 185.

A.S. Film Series Like Water for Chocolate. Tickets: students free, $2 general. 8 pm, BMU 210.


Saturday, May 4

“Go Chico!” Day Performances by students celebrate the university. 11 am, Free Speech Area.

Opera Highlights CSU, Chico voice students perform. Tickets: $6­10. 7:30 pm, PAC 134.


Sunday, April 21

Founders Week Alumni Reception noon, Nettleton Stadium.

North State Symphony Tickets: $10­18. 7:30 pm, Harlen Adams Theatre.


Sunday, May 5

Museum of Anthropology Forum “Encounters with the Sacred Blue Deer: Shamanism in Huichol Indian Culture of West Mexico” by Stacy Schaefer, Anthropology. 7 pm, Ayres 106.


Wildcat Athletics

Baseball—Nettleton Stadium

Friday, April 19 vs. Grand Canyon conference game; 7 pm

Saturday, April 20 vs. Grand Canyon conference game; 1 pm

Sunday, April 21 vs. Grand Canyon conference game; noon

Friday, April 26 vs. Dominguez Hills conference game; 7 pm

Saturday, April 27 vs. Dominguez Hills conference game; 1 pm

Sunday, April 28 vs. Dominguez Hills conference game; noon

Softball—University Field

Friday, April 19 vs. UC Davis conference game; 1:30 pm

Track and Field—Stadium

Saturday, April 27 Chico Twilight Invitational; 3 pm


Academic Information

April 22­July 25

TRACS course request and advising fall 2002 and spring 2003

       

Calendar items for Inside Chico State should be submitted two weeks in advance of each publication date to Linda Moore at PublicationsOffice@csuchico.edu.

A more complete calendar of campus events can be found at
http://www.csuchico.edu/ eventsandcalendars.html.

If you have any questions, contact Kathleen McPartland at x4260.

 

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