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!
Yellow & Blue Discovery Day is a free Saturday event designed to give students a closer look at an academic program they are interested in while learning more about South Dakota State. This program is ideal for high school juniors exploring their academic options and seniors finalizing their college plans. In addition to an in-depth academic experience, you'll also learn more about SDSU and take a campus tour.
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
The South Dakota State FFA Convention is an annual event that hosts over 2,500 students and guests. Students participate in 15 different Career Development Events, an Ag Career Carnival, service-learning activity, leadership workshops, and much more. Evening sessions honor award recipients and feature motivational speakers.
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.
The purpose of Undergraduate Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity Day (URSCAD) is to encourage, promote, and recognize faculty and student involvement in undergraduate research at SDSU.
URSCAD is held each spring and includes a poster show, featured performances, and awards for outstanding student and faculty achievement. Student submissions from all disciplines are encouraged. Participation at URSCAD will be considered a university-excused absence for poster show exhibitors and other contributors.
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!
Inviting J-1 Scholars to Campus will walk individuals interested in collaborating with scholars from around the world information on the process to invite the scholar to SDSU through the J-1 Exchange Visitor Program. Participants will leave with an understanding of the process and contact information from the Office of International Affairs for follow-up questions or collaboration.
Join us as Amber Leafstedt, MA, LAC presents on Resources for Recovery.
Join the Wellness Center for our 40th annual Wellness Fair. Come and learn more about nutrition, exercise, stress management, financial wellness and more. Over 35 vendors will be in attendance. Prizes and giveaways will be given out every 30 minutes. Special presentation on Media Induced Anxiety and Depression by Dr. Wallace Jackmon from 2-3 p.m. All are welcome!
Dr. Arielle Selya currently works at the Behavioral Sciences Group at Sanford Research. Dr. Selya studies substance use and addiction, particularly cigarette and e-cigarette use among adolescents. She is very interested in advanced methodology, and regularly uses structural equation modeling, propensity score methods for causal inference, machine learning, and system dynamics simulation modeling approaches in her methods. Dr. Selya also does research on health services, implementation science, nutrition, and education.
James Boit is an alumnus of DSU.
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Ally is currently working at Polaris in Minneapolis, MN. Previously, she was involved in reporting and
modeling for the digital department at the Star Tribune. Her work included recommendation models,
customer retention, and map development. Previous to working at the Star Tribune, Ally worked as a
Data Science Consultant with RProfet. In this position, she was deeply involved in all aspects of the
modeling process. She is a subject matter expert in credit modeling as well as the development of the
James Boit is a graduate student at USD.
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Dr. Wang is Professor of Economics in the SDSU School of Economics and Management.
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