Initiation is by invitation with membership determined by national and chapter guidelines; initiation ceremony is followed by a banquet at the same location.
Scholarships for undergraduates and graduate fellowships and dissertation fellowships are available at the chapter and national levels; chapter level student leadership opportunities are also available.
Dr. Mark Freeland will present his lecture titled “An Indigenous Intervention: Method, Truth and the Power of Community”
College of Pharmacy and Allied Health Professions Students in the professional program receive their scholarships.
An introduction and examination of this year's Common Read, There There by Tommy Orange.
A banquet to honor the winner of the Sigma Phi Epsilon Balanced Man Scholarship.
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 19 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.
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Art Guild Zoom Program: Jessie Rasche Studio Tour - Tuesday June 16, 9:45 - 11:00 am Central Time
Virtual Guild Program: Join us for a live discussion via Zoom with artist, Jessie Rasche, speaking from her studio in Brookings, South Dakota. Jessie will give us a tour of her studio, show us finished and in-process paintings and narrate a time-lapsed video of a longer painting demonstration!
The Common Read Committee is offering an introductory Common Read professional development session May 14 from 2-3:30 p.m. via Zoom to equip campus personnel with basic resources and facts regarding next year's Common Read initiative.
The purpose of the session will be to build understanding and knowledge regarding the selection and themes. The session can be accessed via Zoom.
South Dakota State University will host three virtual commencement ceremonies May 9, the last of which for graduate students.
All master's and doctoral degree candidates will be honored in a commencement video released at 5 p.m. CST.
Each video will feature student speakers, a guest keynote speaker, and the conferral of degrees. The videos will be available to view below at their scheduled release times.
Informational brief for students who are potentially interested in a career in the Army! We'll be discussing scholarships, benefits, experiences in the program, and ways you can join the program.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact the Army ROTC Mr. Ness, Recruiting Operations Officer. email@example.com
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The Vote in 2020: Discussing Voting Rights and the Women's Movement of Today and the Dr. April Brooks Women of Distinction and Ally Awards
In celebration of Women’s History Month in March, SDSU’s Women, Gender, & Sexuality Studies program announces the annual Dr. April Brooks Women of Distinction and Ally Awards. These awards recognize the outstanding accomplishments of women and those who promote opportunities for historically marginalized groups at South Dakota State University, including through community activism and service. Five women and one ally will be honored.
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.
Join us at the National History Day in South Dakota Region 3 Contest at the Georgia Morse Middle School in Pierre!
South Dakota State University is committed to maintaining a campus environment free from discrimination and harassment, which is essential to the health of our campus. This session will provide an overview of the role you can play in respecting, protecting, and supporting our SDSU family.
Presenter: Jessica Lankford, Title IX/EO Investigator