Join us as we learn about the current immigration uproar, its impact on the Latinx community in the U.S., and how students & educators can support these individuals!
Sponsors: Multicultural Center, Office of Diversity, Inclusion, Equity, & Access, & Latin American Student Association
Sanku Mallik, Ph.D., Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences at North Dakota State University, will present a seminar titled "Hypoxia Sensitive Polymersomes for Drug Delivery to Solid Tumors." The seminar will be held September 20th at 3:00 in SAV 282.
Explore the world through the eyes of SDSU's international community!
An SDSU Adventure in Vietnam
Bob and Karen Thaler
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
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Washington Post assistant editor Jenny Rogers will discuss the challenges and opportunities for rebuilding trust with the press in a turbulent political climate.
Debunking myths about Islam and Islamophobia.
A lecture and discussion addressing myths about Islam and Islamophobia.
"You've never laughed this hard at a Muslim"
Learn about what can be recycled and watch the SDSU Fall Waste Audit.
*Due to the predicted rainy weather, this event has been postponed to Friday Sept. 21.
Alice Sebold discusses her memoir, Lucky, which recounts her rape as a student at Syracuse University and its emotional and legal aftermath. Sebold is committed to inspiring a more open and inclusive conversation about sexual assault.
Sponsored by the South Dakota Festival of Books.
Author and marathoner Amby Burfoot will present "First Ladies of Running" at the SDSU Archives in Briggs Library as part of the South Dakota Festival of Books.
Author and professor Sean Flynn will present “Education, Relocations and Integration: Ben Reifel’s Vision for American Indian Acculturation” at the SDSU Archives in Briggs Library as part of the South Dakota Festival of Books.
Flynn, a Dakota Wesleyan University professor of history, spent extensive time at the SDSU Archives researching the Ben Reifel Papers as he prepared for his latest book, Without Reservation: Ben Reifel and American Indian Acculturation.