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Elk in California: History, current status, and future of California’s largest land mammal

Tom Batter PhD Student Mammalian Ecology and Conversation Unit University of California Tom Batter, University of California, Davis, Mammalian Ecology and Conservation Unit, shares his California…

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Collegiate Recovery Program

Ray Messinger Campus Alcohol and Drug Education Center Graduate Student Mr. Messinger promotes the use of the Collegiate Recovery Program by sharing his story from alcohol addiction to sobriety.…

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The Adverse Effects of Trauma on Children and Youth - Part 4

Kate Scowsmith Intern, Student Health Service CSU, Chico The Adverse Effects of Trauma on Children and Youth - Part 4 Addressing Issues Identified and Resources Needed Ms. Scowsmith provides…

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Scholarships 101

Katerim Fuentes, Marisa Lopez , Rachel Mason CSU, Chico Financial Aid & Scholarship Office This presentation informs students about scholarship opportunities to help with university expenses.…

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Family Transitions: Healthy Good-Byes and New Beginnings

Roxy Eberhardt Counselor, Counseling and Wellness Center When a student goes off to college, it is a change for the entire family. Listen as a counselor from our Counseling Center and Wellness…

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Effects of Overinvolved Parenting on Young Adults' Identity and Family Satisfaction

Dr. Michelle Givertz Professor, Department of Communication Studies, CSU, Chico Dr. Michelle Givertz presents her research paper about the phenomenon popularly known as “helicopter…

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How Did I Get Here and Where Did the Time Go?

Chris Malone Associate Director, Equal Opportunity Program, CSU, Chico The Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) began at CSU, Chico 45 years ago. EOP Associate Director Chris Malone has been…

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