Final Oral Exam for Vishal Seth - Master of Science Student in Plant Science
Comprehensive Oral Exam for Somshuvra Bhattacharya - Doctor of Philosophy Student in Pharmaceutical Sciences
Final Oral Exam for Archibald Amoako - Master of Science Student in Mechanical Engineering
SDSU School of Design, SDSU College of Arts and Sciences and
SDSU Ness Division of Management and Economics present:
George Kembel, co-founder of the Stanford School of Design (d.school), is an entrepreneur and investor turned educator who has a passion for nurturing and unleashing the creative potential of others. From a napkin manifesto to a widely recognized leader in innovation and education, the d.school has fundamentally shifted the way we should approach education. Come to learn about the global impacts of the design-thinking movement!
SDSU’s School of Performing Arts’ State University Theatre presents Sam Shepard’s True West
TEAMS is a one-day national academic competition that gives high school and middle school students an opportunity to discover engineering and apply knowledge. Students work together to solve real-world engineering problems applying their math and science skills in an exciting, theme-based setting. The competition occurs in two parts - multiple choice and short-answer essay questions. The high and middle school level competitions allows multiple teams from one school with each team consisting of four to eight students. There is also potential to advance to the national competition.
Insightful Afro-Latino scholars will discuss how their Afro-Latino roots have shaped their personal, educational and professional lives in the United States.
Sponsored by Multicultural Center and Latin American Student Association
Laura Wilde is a native of Watertown, South Dakota, attended St. Olaf and Indiana University, and is an up-and-coming operatic soprano. In 2010, she was a Metropolitan Opera Audition semi-finalist. She has sung in with the Santa Fe Opera and Phoenix Opera, as well as with the Lyric Opera of Chicago.
EndNote is a piece of software provided to SDSU students, faculty, and staff by the SD Board of Regents. The software allows you to organize your bibliographic citation information and then use that information to create citations in Word and other word processing programs. This training will cover:
Setting EndNote Up to Work For You
Getting Information Into EndNote
Organizing your Information
Cite While You Write - Using EndNote in Word
Sharing Libraries & EndNote Online
The SDSU Concert Band and Choralia (Women's Choir) perform.