Dr. Statler is the Richman Family Director of Business Ethics and Social Impact Programming and a Clinical Associate Professor of Business and Society at the Stern School of Business at New York University.
Pragmatic American philosopher John Dewey refers to the habit of continually reflecting on and refining our lives as 'practical wisdom'. This presentation will explore how the integration of the humanities with business education can help students to develop practical wisdom that complements their technical skills and enables them to become better leaders.
This trio with violin, cello, and piano is from the School of Music at Western Michigan University.
“Researching Human Trafficking: Indicators in South Dakota and Beyond”
- Coordinator for Conflict Prevention
- Ph.D. Student, Department of Sociology and Rural Studies
- Graduate Student, Department of Sociology and Rural Studies
Dr. Trester is an applied sociolinguist and expert on career education and exploration in the humanities. In this engaging and interactive workshop Dr. Trester will guide students through the career process using the story approach: how to use your research and language skills to identify organizations that interest you, how to navigate social media, networking, and interviews, and how to best tell your own story to get that dream job.
Reading. Discussing. Eating. Maybe not in that order, but that is what we will be doing during our last Veterans' Writing Workshop/Book Club meeting of the semester on Wednesday, April 12th at 5 pm in the VARC. We will be continuing on with Retire the Colors and look forward to you joining us.
Want more information on managing your money wisely? Then join us for the Financial Readiness Presentation by Mike Evans from USAA Educational Foundation on Thursday, April 13th at 4pm in Rotunda B. He will be presenting the basics of personal financial management. Please RSVP to our office at 605-688-4700 or firstname.lastname@example.org by 31 March.
Join us for our last AFA meeting of the semester on Wednesday, April 19th. See you at the VARC!
EndNote X8 is available for download. Get the product code on InsideState or MyState. EndNote is software designed to help you keep track of your citations and pdfs while you do research and to insert and format your citations and bibliography while you are writing. This two-hour session is an introduction to the software which is available to SDSU students, staff, and faculty. The session is designed for graduate students and faculty but all are welcome. If you wish to follow along on your own computer, please bring a laptop with the software already installed.