The Flint, Michigan, native will network with intercollegiate athletics professionals from across the country, including those who work in marketing, tickets, development, and administration. Fluker is set to graduate in May and wants to continue working in college athletics.
“I’ve always been a big fan [of college athletics],” Fluker said. “I like the college experience … college fans are way more passionate.”
The South Dakota State University Aviation Program received authorization today from the Federal Aviation Administration to certify graduates to be eligible for a Restricted-Airline Transport Pilot certificate. With a restricted ATP certificate, SDSU graduates will be eligible to be hired by an airline with fewer hours (1,250 vs. 1,500 hours) than the unrestricted version of the certificate. In the Nov. 20 FAA listing, only 20 schools in the nation were able to have graduates qualify for the restricted ATP.
FIRO-B, a Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and a Skillscope 360 were just a few assessments Lacey McCormack completed when attending the Dannon Institute Nutrition Leadership Institute June 3-8.
McCormack, an assistant professor in the Department of Health and Nutritional Sciences, was one of 20 people selected to attend the Institute in Warrenton, Virginia. She was the first from South Dakota State University to attend.
Learning opportunities are endless for students interested in sport and recreation management. They don't have to travel far to get experience in their field. Oftentimes, they don't even have to leave campus.
Students can learn about facility management, marketing, administration and finance aspects of sports through South Dakota State University's working connection with the Jackrabbits athletic department