Graduate School Spotlight
We would like to welcome to the Graduate School team, Kerry McDowell! Kerry started her position as the Graduate Student Services Program Assistant on February 22nd. Kerry earned her bachelor’s degree from Northern State University and began her career as a high school English teacher and Student Services Coordinator for a small private school. She also has experience working for an Education Tour Program in their logistics department. Last spring, Kerry moved to Brookings and joined the SDSU community as a Library Technician at Briggs Library. Kerry is excited to join the Graduate School and looks forward to serving and working directly with the faculty, staff, and students! When Kerry is not at work, she enjoys spending time with her husband, taking her new puppy on walks, cooking with her Instant Pot, and traveling (specifically to National Parks).
7th Annual Three Minute Thesis
A Special Thanks to Balawanthrao Jadhav, SDSU alum, for sponsoring the 3MT awards!!
SDSU Distinguished Dissertation Award
Deadline: April 15, 2022
To submit a nomination, please use this link: https://insidestate.sdstate.edu/formsandreports/forms/Pages/FS00698.aspx
The Eastern South Dakota Research Symposium which is scheduled for June 15, 2022. This event brings together researchers from Sanford, SDSU, USD, and Augustana to showcase current work and build collaborative relationships. The symposium is also a great networking opportunity for graduate students.
Event website: https://bit.ly/3c3PYcz.
Webinar titled Confidentiality—How-to Have Discussions about Your Technology Without Jeopardizing IP Rights
This presentation by Dr. Christopher Curfman from Meunier Carlin & Curfman will take place Monday, March 14th at 2:00pm CST
Join Zoom Meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87994638360?pwd=S0lLaGNqdWNBdUtHRkFWMGZ0cWdSUT09
Meeting ID: 879 9463 8360 Passcode: 667853
Assessment Lightning Talks
The SDSU Assessment Committee cordially invites you to Spring 2022 Assessment Lightning Talks series. The series includes 6 weeks of trending assessment topics presented in 30 minutes or less.
Wednesdays and Fridays starting March 23rd.
Share with a colleague - all are welcome!
March 25, 2022 - Request to Participate Form Due (Summer/Fall 2022 Graduates ONLY)
April 14, 2022 - Final Oral Exam Completed
April 29, 2022 - Thesis/Dissertation Deposited to the Graduate School
The recorded three part lecture series presented by Dr. Joseph Robertson is now available.The Impact of Data Sovereignty on American Indian Self-Determination: Bridging Federal Indian Law, Data Sovereignty and the Challenges of Developing Community AI Principles