Join us on the third Monday of September for a Make & Take Monday craft! Each month will bring a new craft for you to stop in, make, and take home to enjoy. To ensure the health and safety of everyone, all crafts will come in kits and no communal supplies (glue, scissors, etc.) will be used. The cost is $1 per craft, and you can visit agmuseum.com or our social media pages to check out the craft each month!
Resume Writing and Building Workshop
The Jacks On the Go Scavenger Hunt will be held on September 22-24, 2020. The goal of each team is to explore campus, make friends, and accumulate the most points to win SDSU swag! Teams will need to utilize clues provided by the Office of International Affairs via Facebook to determine each location around campus.
South Dakota Art Museum Guild Virtual Program - Sept. 22, 9:30-11:00:
Intersections of Sustainability: Connecting the Dots between COVID-19, Social Equity, and Climate Change
Join in a conversation with the SDSU Sustainability Specialist connecting the dots between COVID-19, social equity, and climate change. The presentation will last 1 hour and share examples and facts of how these issues overlap.
Pre-registration required by Sept. 17th.
When your students succeed, so do you. But not all learners grasp course concepts at the same pace, and some may even become at risk of falling behind the class. Before you can support these students, identifying them is a crucial first step.
Join us for this brief demonstration of the predictive analytics and visual diagnostics in D2L’s Brightspace platform. We’ll highlight how these tools can help identify at-risk students and help them improve.
Discover how to:
In this engaging and empowering keynote, Talia Pollock uses her background as a comedian, her experience overcoming crippling anxiety, and her skills as a wellness expert to illuminate how our sixth sense – our sense of humor – can dramatically decrease daily stress and help us find the happy in the crappy.
Sponsored by the University Program Council.
Online discussion is one of the major course components in online and hybrid courses. How do you plan your discussion facilitation to enhance student experience? Any strategies/techniques you may model/teach your students to have a productive discussion experience?
Discussion grading may seem complicated. What grading criteria should be addressed in online discussion and is there any alternative discussion grading method?
In this session, we will cover:
Practice your new skills via Mock Interviews with us before Opportunity Day!
South Dakota State University professor David Reynolds will hold his faculty recital at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in the Oscar Larson Performing Arts Center’s Founders Recital Hall on the South Dakota State University campus. Reynolds, who plays the trumpet, is also the director for the School of Performing Arts.
The recital is closed to the general public. However, the program will be livestreamed. The link will be posted on the School of Performing Arts’ events calendar Thursday. For more information, please call the SDSU School of Performing Arts at 605-688-5187.