Store wide sale, includes clearance items as well as an additional 10% discount for Museum Members and SDSU students.
Jewelry, beads, original art, pottery, books, SDSU items and more! This is a great place to shop for unique gifts for birthdays, Mother's Day and graduations.
The SDSU History majors have created posters highlighting their research. Join us for the presentation of their posters and refreshments. Free and open to the public.
The public is invited to join the opening celebration of the traveling exhibition Native Voices: Native Peoples' Concepts of Health and Illness at South Dakota State University Briggs Library.
High school students will be doing their best to duct tape one another to walls and throw eggs using a mechanical contraption they made themselves while college students will be displaying their senior design projects and vehicles they made for student contests.
This display of young engineering talent will be housed Friday at the Swiftel Center in east Brookings for the annual Engineering Expo. Hours are 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. with free admission.
The event is sponsored by the Jerome J. Lohr College of Engineering and organized by the student-run Joint Engineering Council.
The Honors College Visit Day at SDSU is a program designed specifically for high school juniors and seniors who have excelled as both students and student leaders throughout high school.
During the program, students and their families will have the opportunity to get to know SDSU and our Honors College and find out why both might just be the perfect fit.
Students eligible for Honors College have a minimum ACT of 27 or rank in the top 10 percent of their high school class.
This event is an opportunity for the ESL students to present their research. All are welcome!
Physics Bowl XLV - Swiftel Center -- 9:00 am-Demonstrations 11:30 am Physics Bowl Registration 12:00 Noon - Physics Bowl
Learn to implement anti-cheating software devices, Lockdown Browser and Respondus Monitor, which are designed specifically for the online learning environment. Lockdown Browser restricts access to the specified quiz so that students cannot access outside websites, calculators, Word documents, etc. while Respondus Monitor records students taking the assessments via a webcam.
Iddo Friedberg is an Associate Professor for the Department of Veterinary Microbiology and Preventive Medicine at Iowa State University. This speaking event is a part of the Corothers Life Science Series.
More information TBA. Sponsored by the University Program Council and KSDJ.