As part of Museum Week that is celebrated nation-wide from May 11-17, we’re hosting an event focusing on the May 17 theme: stories! Join us as we read “Hey, Hey, Hay!” and complete a craft related to the story. This event is family friendly, free, and open to the public.
The 4-H Science of Agriculture will engage 6th – 12th grade youth in exploring and developing science-based solutions to agricultural challenges in their communities. Participants will attend a statewide event to showcase their 4-H Science of Agriculture projects, which will be evaluated by a panel of industry and university judges. Youth will also have a chance to connect with representatives from the university and agribusiness communities, who are eager to meet the next generation of leaders in agriculture and science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).
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The Agricultural Heritage Museum will be closed on May 25 to celebrate the Memorial Day holiday. We will reopen for normal hours on May 26 at 10 AM.
Join us as Dr. Goali Saedi Bocci presents on How to Help Youth Digitally Detox
The Fishback Summer Scholars Program will immerse talented, motivated high school students in a week of "college life" at South Dakota State University. Participants will explore an array of interesting academic experiences, along with enrichment and social programs designed to help them prepare for the next step in their intellectual, personal and professional development.
The weeklong experience will include:
Join McCrory Gardens for their 33rd Annual Garden Party! Activities and events will occur throughout the day with the BIG party starting at 6:30 pm with SDSU ice cream, food truck, live music, inflatables, and a balloon artist!
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SDSU in conjunction with USDA-FSIS is providing a learning opportunity for all who are interested in food safety and public health. The 2020 South Dakota Food Safety Summit will be held August 13 from 8am - 4pm at the South Dakota State University Animal Science Complex.
The goal of the summit is to educate, exchange information and open the lines of communication between the different segments of industry, public health officials and regulatory agencies. Registration will open early July and is $35, which includes lunch.
Whether you are looking for a full-time job, an internship, or just the resources to get your career in nursing started on the right track, you will find the College of Nursing career fair at South Dakota State University a great place to start your search.
Doors open at 5:30 pm