April 1st

Direct Deposit Posting Day for Salaried Employees

All Day

Category: Payroll & Benefits

Direct Depositing posting day for all State salaried Staff, Faculty and MPP Employees. While most financial institutions post funds to accounts at the beginning of the bank business day, this is not a universal practice. Some institutions post funds in the afternoon. We recommend you check with your financial institution to determine when your funds will be available.

Student Payroll Due

7am3pm

Category: Payroll & Benefits

Student hours entered into PeopleSoft must be done by 3:00 pm.

ISA & NRA Attendance Reports & Timesheets Due

8am4:30pm

Location: Kendall 220
Category: Payroll & Benefits

Attendance Certification Reports and Timesheets for ISA (Instructional Student Assistant) and NRA (Non-Resident Alien) employees are due in the Payroll Office by 4:30 pm.

Four Master of Fine Arts Culminating Exhibitions

9am5pm

Location: University Art Gallery, Trinity Hall
Category: Arts, Theatre, & Music

(Gallery closed March 31, Cesar Chavez Day)

Dylan Tellesen (March 9-13); Adria Davis (March 23–27) Linda Neely (March 30–April 3); Chaz Martinsen (April 6–10).

The University Art Gallery is located within Trinity Hall at CSU, Chico and is open during exhibits 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Friday. For more information, please call 530-898-5864 or visit http://www.csuchico.edu/art/galleries/univgallery.html.

School of the Arts events website: http://www.schoolofthearts-csuchico.com/

The Janet Turner Print Museum: Lions, Tigers, and Bears, Oh My! Animals Fun, Fantastic, Fierce

11am4pm

Location: The Turner Print Museum
Category: Arts, Theatre, & Music

(Gallery closed March 16-21, Spring break, and March 31, Cesar Chavez Day)

Animals as subjects crop up repeatedly in the Turner Collection. Janet Turner herself was known for her prints of birds of our region, but she was not averse to sketching a house cat or even monkeys at the zoo! This exhibition includes works with a variety of interpretations, from the culturally significant to the truly kitschy.

Curator’s talk: Thursday, March 12, at 5:30 p.m. in Rowland-Taylor Recital Hall; reception follows in The Turner’s lobby.

The Turner Print Museum is located inside Meriam Library at CSU, Chico. Hours during exhibits are 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday through Saturday. For more information, please call 530-898-4476 or visit www.janetturner.org.

School of the Arts events website: http://www.schoolofthearts-csuchico.com/

Conversations on Diversity and Inclusion: Jewish Identity 101: What does it mean to be Jewish?

12pm1pm

Location: BMU 210
Category: Diversity

The Conversations on Diversity and Inclusion series focuses on the complexities of group and individual identities and how they influence one another. The gatherings provide a safe space for members of the campus community to consider the often sensitive issues surrounding identity.  These conversations are the committee's attempt to expose and treat the various ills we see reflected on our campus and in our community--xenophobia, homophobia, racism, sexism, classism, ignorance, apathy, etc., as well as celebrate our differences. The series will be held from 12:00 – 1:00 pm in BMU 210. For more information contact the Office of Diversity at 898-4764.

Planning Ahead: Retirement Planning Basics - Start Now

2pm4pm

Location: Colusa Hall 100 A
Category: Conferences & Workshops

Retirement could easily impact a quarter of your life!  Think ahead now.  This session provides an overview of the retirement process and highlights planning steps.  It provides information on helpful resources for all employees, whether retirement is near or far.

Facilitators:

Jackie McClain, Vice Chancellor Emeritus of Human Resources, CSU System

Teresa Palacios, Benefits Analyst/Specialist, Benefits & Workers' Compensation Unit 

Chico Performances presents The Pink Floyd Experience

7:30pm10pm

Location: Laxson Auditorium
Category: Arts, Theatre, & Music

The Pink Floyd Experience echoes everything that made Pink Floyd one of rock and roll's greatest icons. It's a celebration of the music, the themes, and the innovation that this great band brought to fans around the world. The Pink Floyd Experience is a quadraphonic, full sensory experience—six phenomenal musicians, amazing light show, dynamic video, and of course, a flying pink pig!