Adulting is hard. Book doctors can help! Join the School of American & Global Studies faculty for coffee talk and impromptu life advice.
Bring your questions on current events, languages, literature, cultures, politics, history, and religion.
Enjoy a donut and warm conversation as you pick the brains of experts.
Sponsored by The School of American and Global Studies
Retired chief engineer Larry Weiss, a 1963 graduate of South Dakota State University, will be honored as the Distinguished Engineer for the Jerome J. Lohr College of Engineering April 29.
Weiss, 81, of Sioux Falls and a former longtime Pierre resident, becomes the 142nd person to be selected for the honor, which was begun in 1977 by former engineering Dean Junis O. Storry.
On April 30th the Hobo Day Committee will host the 6 month club kickoff. Participants of the six month club will pledge to bury their razor and pledge to not shave until Hobo Day has passed. The 6 Month Club event will also mark six months until 2020 Hobo Day. Last but not least, the 2020 Committee will reveal the tagline for this year’s homecoming celebration around the noon hour at the 6th month club event.
There is no cost to participate! Those joining the 6 month club will need to come clean shaven to the event.
This webinar is designed to get you up and running with web platform for live polling and scheduling polling.
Learning Goals: Create and poll web content, Schedule web content, and Analyze results
Psychology annual picnic is usually in the month of April every year. We invite all psychology majors and graduating seniors and Dean to this event. On this occasion, we celebrate and honor graduating seniors, give out Psychology scholarships, introduce new PSI CHI inductions and socialize. We also serve refreshments and cake to celebrate this event.
No registration needed, only need to RSVP to the Psychology Department.
Jackrabbit Previews are group programs designed for high school students and their families to explore SDSU and to meet other students who are considering us, too. The program is offered on most Fridays during the school year and Easter Monday.
You’ll learn about academic programs, student activities, financial aid, housing and other aspects of college life at State. The program also includes a campus tour as well as academic appointments with department representatives from your chosen field(s) of study.
Graduate students are provided the opportunity to enhance their teaching skills by completing the Certificates of College Teaching Development offered through the Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning. At this ceremony, those who successfully complete the requirements will be recognized for their outstanding accomplishments and dedication to teaching development. Everyone is welcome to attend and no registration is required.
This session will provide an opportunity to give feedback and discuss ways to implement practices of the Diversity Academy. Participants attending five or more sessions will be recognized.
Join us as Amber Leafstedt, LAC presents on Utilizing DBT Skills with the Addictions Population.