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.
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:
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Join the College of Nursing for a pinning ceremony honoring the newest Jackrabbit nurses graduating from the Rapid City site.
Join the College of Nursing for a pinning and hooding ceremony honoring the newest Jackrabbit nurses.
DUE TO COVID-19, THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELED.
Don't Dump! Donate! keeps reusable material out of the landfill by providing an opportunity for on-campus students to donate items to local non-profits. It will be set up on campus May 5-8th to divert reusable materials from the landfill by donating items to local charities.
More details about locations and accepted items will be announced in April.
You are invited to join fellow Jackrabbits fans, coaches and student-athletes May 2 for the 10th annual Jackrabbits Athletic Scholarship Auction, presented by First Premier Bank and Sanford Health. The 2020 Jackrabbits Athletic Scholarship Auction has a goal of raising one million dollars towards student-athlete scholarships! All proceeds from the evening will be matched two to one by an anonymous donor, allowing you to triple your impact on student-athletes!
A recognition event for students, faculty, & staff who exemplified the vision of the Office of Multicultural Affairs.
Sponsors: Multicultural Center, Latin American Student Association, Gender and Sexualities Alliance & Black Student Alliance
This session will provide an opportunity to give feedback and discuss ways to implement practices of the Diversity Academy. Participants attending five or more sessions will be recognized.
Retired chief engineer Larry Weiss, a 1963 graduate of South Dakota State University, will be honored as the Distinguished Engineer for the Jerome J. Lohr College of Engineering April 29.
Weiss, 81, of Sioux Falls and a former longtime Pierre resident, becomes the 142nd person to be selected for the honor, which was begun in 1977 by former engineering Dean Junis O. Storry.
Adulting is hard. Book doctors can help! Join the School of American & Global Studies faculty for coffee talk and impromptu life advice.
Bring your questions on current events, languages, literature, cultures, politics, history, and religion.
Enjoy a donut and warm conversation as you pick the brains of experts.
Sponsored by The School of American and Global Studies
Universities face unique experiences and challenges when it comes to accommodating service and assistance animals in student housing, classrooms, and public areas. This session will explore the laws about and differences between service and assistance animals, while providing practical suggestions for supporting students.
Presenter: Nadine Gjerde, ADA Coordinator
Office of Diversity, Inclusion, Equity, & Access
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!
Join us for COJO Day!
12:30 p.m. - Speaker
2:00 p.m. - Talk about the COJO Experience
3:30 p.m. - Alumni Panel
4:30-6:30 p.m. - Awards and Recognition Session