INSIDE Chico State
0 September 12, 2002
Volume 33 Number
  A publication for the faculty, staff, administrators, and friends of California State University, Chico
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Inside

STORIES

Calendar

Achievements

Briefly Noted

New Appointments

In The News

Credits

Archives


 

Calendar

Arts Events, and Speakers

Thursday, Sept. 12.

Japanese Tea Ceremony Workshop 2 pm, University Art Gallery, Taylor.

CAPE Forum A panel discusses "'Fast Food' and 'Slow Food': Lifestyle Decisions About What We Eat." 7 pm, PAC 134.

Fast Food Nation
Book Cover: Fast Food Nation

Jack Rawlins Environmental Literacy Lecture "The Nature of Design: Ecology, Culture, and Human Intention" by David Orr, Oberlin College. 7 pm, BMU auditorium.

New Bluegrass Concert Nickel Creek gives an eclectic acoustic performance. Tickets: $12 - 24. 7:30 pm, Laxson.

Writers' Voice Poet Lynne Knight, speaks. 7:30 pm, University Center

University Film Series The Lisbon Story, Orson Wells, 1968. 8 pm, Ayres 106.

Friday, Sept. 13

Retired Faculty Meeting Fall social. 11:30 am, Marie Callender's, Chico Mall.

Jack Rawlins Lecture/Biology Seminar "Education and the Making of a World That Works" by David Orr. 4 pm, Holt 170; refreshments precede.

Saturday, Sept. 14

North State Symphony Violin virtuoso Annaliesa Place joins the symphony in a performance of The Comic. Tickets: $11 - 20. 7:30 pm, Laxson.

Wednesday, Sept. 18

Art Lecture "New Asian Art Museum in San Francisco" by Jo Anne Erickson. 7 pm, Humanities Center, Trinity.

Concert The Banana Slug String Band performs. Tickets: $8 - 15. 7:30 pm, Laxson.

Wednesday-Thursday, Sept. 18-19

Book Sale Friends of the Meriam Library. 9 am, Library breezeway.

Thursday, Sept. 19

University Film Series Voyage to the Beginning of the World, Wim Wenders, 1994. 8 pm, Ayres 106.

Thursday, Sept. 19 - Friday, Sept. 20

CELT Conference The eighth annual conference features Outstanding Teacher Award recipient Carol Huston, Nursing, speaking on "Quality Health Care in an Era of Diminished Resources: Challenges and Opportunities." Sept. 20, 1 pm, PAC 134.

Friday, Sept. 20

Art Forum "Diversity in Art: Possibilities of Integrating Art Exhibitions." 11 am, Meriam Library, Studio A.

Biology Seminar "Soil Transect of Northern Butte County" by Andrew Conlin, U.S. Department of Agriculture Natural Resource Conservation Service. 4 pm, Holt 170; refreshments precede.

Christopher O'Riley
Christopher O'Riley

Piano Concert NPR's Christopher O'Riley performs. Tickets: $8 - 18; $28 includes reception in Trinity 126 at 6 pm. 7:30 pm, Laxson.

Saturday, Sept. 21

Choral Concert Northern California high school honors groups present Listen to the Future. 7:30 pm, Harlen Adams Theatre.

Sunday, Sept. 22

Concours d'Elegance The show features historical automobiles and vintage motorcycles and farm machinery. Tickets: $6 - 8; under 12 free with adult. 11 am, Kendall lawn.

 

 

Thursday, Sept. 26

CAPE Forum A panel discusses "Fast Food and Safety." 7 pm, PAC 134.

Jazz Concert Béla Fleck and the Flecktones perform acoustic jazz. Tickets: $12 - 24. 7:30 pm, Laxson.t

Béla Fleck and the Flecktones
Béla Fleck and the Flecktones

Writers' Voice Poet Peggy Shumaker speaks. 7:30 pm, University Center.

University Film Series Identification of a Woman, Michelangelo Antonioni, 1982. 8 pm, Ayres 106.

Friday, Sept. 27

Humanities Center Symposium "Mystery and Memory" by Jason Tannen, Art and Art History. 3 pm, Trinity 126.

Biology Seminar "The Microbial Diversity Challenge" by Tamas Tarok, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. 4 pm, Holt 170; refreshments precede.

Saturday, Sept. 28

Scour and Devour A.S. Recycling holds the annual campus and community clean-up day. Call x6411. 9 am, Kendall lawn.

Sunday, Sept. 29

Concert The Chico Early Music Ensemble, joined by Delices de la Muse, performs French Baroque Dance! Tickets: $6 - 12. 2 pm, PAC 134.t

Wildcat Athletics

Soccer -- Soccer Stadium

Saturday, Sept. 14 vs. Sonoma State in a conference game; women's 5 pm; men's 7:30 pm

Friday, Sept. 27 vs. Central Washington; women's 7:30 pm

Volleyball -- Acker Gym

Friday. Sept. 13 vs. Cal Poly Pomona in a conference game; 7 pm

Saturday, Sept. 14 vs. CSU, San Bernardino in a conference game; 7 pm

Academic Information

Sept. 20

Census date -- no adding, dropping classes without serious and compelling reason

Now - Dec. 4

TRACS Course Request and Advising Period for spring 2003 -- see The Class Schedule.

EXHIBITIONS

Images of Amami Islands Photographs depicting the people and region of Amami-Ohshima, Japan, by Makoto Koshima. Now - Sept. 26. M - F, 8 am - 5 pm. Humanities Center, Trinity.

Béla Fleck and the Flecktones

ty Culture in Japan: Kimonos from Amami Islands Silk kimonos from the Amami-Ohshima region of Japan, curated by Masami Toku, Art and Art History. Now - Sept. 26. M - F, 8 am - 5 pm; SA - SU, noon - 4 pm. University Art Gallery, Taylor.

Fabric of Life: Kimonos in Japanese and Contemporary Prints Prints focusing on the kimono as a cultural and aesthetic element, curated by Susan Yonts, UC Davis graduate student in art history. Now - Sept. 30. M - F, 11 am - 4 pm. Janet Turner Print Gallery, 2nd floor Laxson.

Shaping Lives: The Stories Human Hands Tell Entries in the 18th annual American Visions Photography Competition show the connection between artistic creations and the people who make them. Now - Oct. 11. TU - SA, 10 am - 3 pm, Museum of Anthropology, 3rd floor Langdon.

       

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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