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.
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.
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
Come find out ways we can promote interaction between our domestic students and international student population. Participants will leave with an understanding and direction of what it means to internationalize the campus community.
Presenter: Greg Wymer, Director of International Students & Scholars
Denmark: Art of Science and Happiness with Dr. Jill Thorngren, Bonnie Junker and Carla Anderson
Exercise Science and Medicine Abroad with Meghan Glancey
Banquet to honor Sigma Pi Sigma initiates, scholarship recipients, graduating physics majors, and highlights of the last academic year. Physics majors/minors, parents, retired faculty, department, and anyone who would like to come are welcome!
Faculty Appreciation - Faculty who have had a profound impact on international students and international initiatives will be recognized and celebrated at this event during International Education Week
Functional Polysaccharides: Food and non-food applications with Dr. Srinivas Janaswamy
How can we continue to transform our campus into a healthy and respectful community which promotes our core values? This session will engage participants on ways to intentionally create a culturally aware campus community.
Presenter: Dr. Erica Moore, Director
American Indian Student Center
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
Impact of International Recruiting on the College of Engineering with Rich Reid
Students on college campuses across the nation are experiencing heightened levels of depression, anxiety, and other mental health conditions. This session will engage participants on current trends of mental health in our student population and give applicable guidance on how to support students' mental health needs in any area of university life.
Presenter: Mary Beth Fishback, MSPAS, MPH
Executive Director, Brookings Behavioral Health & Wellness
This session will focus on LGBTQIA+ awareness. Participants will develop skills to promote an inclusive and safe campus environment for the LGBTQIA+ community.
Presenter: Michael Grewe, Director of Campus Life