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!
As more information becomes available it can be found on our website, Facebook and Instagram.
Finals Stressing You Out? Come enjoy some Lotería games & delicious snacks!
Sponsors: Multicultural Center & Latin American Student Association
This week's seminar is titled "Design and Synthesis of Novel Derivatives of Thiazolo[4,5-d]pyrimidines as Corticotropin Releasing Factor Antagonists" and will be presented by PhD student MD Rabiul Islam.
Join us for a reception to celebrate the Center for American Indian Research and Native Studies (CAIRNS) exhibit, Articles of a Treat: An Educational Art Exhibit about the 1868 Fort Laramie Treaty. Meet artists, writers and musicians who created works for this exhibition as well as exhibit curator, Dr. Craig Howe. Light appetizers and refreshments will be served throughout the reception; the program featuring Dr. Howe begins at 5:45.
This reception is free and open to everyone!
Dr. John Walker will perform his final faculty recital at SDSU before his retirement. The program will include arrangements and original compositions by Walker, plus the Poulenc Trio for Oboe, Bassoon and Piano. Guest artists Michael Walsh (clarinet), Leah Walker (bassoon), and Christopher Haak (oboe).
The concert is free and open to the public.
Andrew Casto - Van Zante visiting artist lecture + Studio Art juror for Annual Juried Student Exhibition
A discussion of how five diverse landscape architectural projects, each based on discovering the essence of the site, have been successful in connecting people to place and deepening our appreciation of the natural world. Canadian landscape architect and Master Gardener Catriona Hearn will discuss the process of finding what's "already there" on a site to inspire what could happen next.
Winter/Spring Lunch & Learn #4 - Articles of a Treaty: An Educational Art Exhibit about the Fort Laramie Treaty of 1868 - featuring a live video conference discussion with exhibit curator, Dr. Craig Howe, and artists who created works for this powerful Center for American Indian Research and Native Studies (CAIRNS) exhibit.
Join us 12:00 - 1:00. Bring your own lunch and a friend and we'll supply plates, cutlery and beverages. We'll move to the auditorium for the video conference discussion from 12:15-12:50 (you can eat while we talk).
South Dakota State University seniors Danielle Brulé, Shelby Meyer and Martin Popowski will hold their Bachelor of Fine Arts thesis exhibitions in studio art Grove Hall’s Ritz Gallery on campus March 30 to April 8. The Ritz Gallery is open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., but is closed weekends and holidays.
Titled “Seams+Strata,” the exhibit includes paintings, prints, sculptures, works on paper, letterpress printmaking and multimedia works. The students are pursuing Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees in studio art.
Mohiuddin Quadir PhD, Assistant Professor in the Department of Coatings and Polymeric Materials at North Dakota State University, will present a seminar titled "Polymeric Drug Carriers for Pancreatic Cancer - Harnessing the Microenvironment to Achieve Drug Targeting."
Mentored by Dr. Sharity Bassett, Assistant Professor of American Indian Studies from the School of American & Global Studies, selected students from WMST 492: Topics: Women in American History will present a story map about Sojourner Truth and the contested history of women’s suffrage in the United States.
Winter Lunch & Learn #3 - South Dakota Abstractions - featuring a curator talk and discussion in our two abstract art exhibits: ABSTRACTIONS: Eight South Dakotans and PAST - PRESENT: Recent Acquisitions in Abstraction.
Join us 12:00 - 1:00. Bring your own lunch and a friend and we'll supply plates, cutlery and beverages. We'll eat from 12:00 - 12:20 and then explore these two exhibits with Exhibitions Curator, Jodi Lundgren.
Always fascinating! Always free.
MD Imtiazul Kabir, Pharmaceutical Sciences PhD Student, will present a seminar titled "Synergistic lethality between PARP-trapping and alantolactone-induced oxidative DNA damage in homologous recombination-proficient cancer cells."
South Dakota State University senior Brooke Bigge, a music education major from Parkston, will hold a recital at 7 p.m. Sunday in the Oscar Larson Performing Arts Center’s Founders Recital Hall on the SDSU campus.
Bigge, a percussionist, has been a member of the SDSU Percussion Ensemble, The Pride of Dakotas Marching Band, Orchestra, Jazz Band, Wind Symphony, Pep Band and choralia. For the recital, she will be assisted by associate professor Aaron Ragsdale and the SDSU Percussion Ensemble.
Ailin Guo, Pharmaceutical Sciences PhD Student, will present on "Metal Organic Frameworks (MOFs) as a Bacteria-Mimicking Drug Delivery System for Tuberculosis."