India native Chandradhar Dwivedi, distinguished professor emeritus of pharmacy at South Dakota State University, will speak on democracy in India at a July 18 gathering on campus.
Dwivedi’s talk at 7 p.m. in the new Founders Recital Hall in the Oscar Larson Performing Arts Center is sponsored by the South Dakota World Affairs Council, which seeks to stimulate interest in and promote discussion of international relations, global cultures and U.S. foreign policy but takes no stand on current issues.
Admission is free.
EndNote is software designed to help you keep track of your citations and pdfs while you do research and to insert and format your citations and bibliography while you are writing. This two-hour session is an introduction to the software which is available to SDSU students, staff, and faculty. The session is designed for graduate students and faculty but all are welcome. If you wish to follow along on your own computer, please bring a laptop with the software already installed. Please register for the training session you would like to attend at https://libcal.sdstate.edu/event/5029330.
With distinguished lecturer, Dr. Janet Carpenter
Michelle Trent is a licensed professional counselor in mental health. She works for the Compass Center, an organization that provides services to those dealing with issues of rape and domestic and partner violence. In this highly interactive presentation, the speaker will explain what to do if you are a bystander and see violence happening.