Part of the Corothers Life Science Series. Open to everyone - public, faculty, staff and students.
Claire is a Mechanical Engineer at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN. She graduated from SDSU in 2018 with a degree in Mechanical Engineering and a minor in Biomedical Engineering. For this presentation, she will be speaking about transoral surgery and the devices she has worked on to optimize this surgery at the Mayo Clinic.
At least 150 firms will be on campus Oct. 8 for the Jerome J. Lohr College of Engineering Career Fair, which is open to South Dakota State University engineering students and alumni.
“The continued strong engagement by companies in this year’s career fair is another sign of the ongoing need for well-trained engineering graduates in the workforce,” said Bruce Berdanier, dean of the college. “While this event is primarily designed for current students, we welcome our alumni as well. Many of the firms have specifically asked about alumni attendance.”
South Dakota Art Museum Guild Program
Meet the Artist & South Dakota Artists Alliance
Speakers: Debra Kroger and Stacey Evangelista
South Dakota Artists Alliance (SDAA) is 'a partnership of artists to inspire and nurture the creative spirit through education, community involvement and the celebration of the arts.' Learn more about this organization and the artists who are a part of it, including Debra (DJ) Kroger, current SDAA president.
Enjoy some time with your College of Nursing Friends, and meet our new dean, Mary Anne Krogh before South Dakota State takes on Southern Utah for the Beef Bowl! Kick-off is at 6 p.m.
Join the College of Nursing for their annual friends and alumni tailgate!
For full information regarding Family Weekend, please visit the landing page.
A reception to recognize scholarship donors and recipients. REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED for all attendees. Contact Sherry Asper by email at Sherry.Asper@sdstate.edu or by phone at 605-688-4106 for more information.
The Office of Career Development, First Bank & Trust and JCPenney have teamed up to offer the inaugural Jackrabbit Suit-Up Event on Sunday, Sept. 15. The event will take place from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Empire Mall JCPenney store in Sioux Falls. Students, parents of current students, faculty, staff, and alumni are invited to attend.
On Thursday, September 12, the SDSU Foundation will be hosting the 3rd Annual One Day for STATE, a 24-hour challenge for all Jackrabbits to join together to celebrate SDSU and the impact that can be made through private gifts.
Multiple generous donors have offered challenge funds to inspire others to join them in providing opportunities for students and faculty.This year, more than $350,000 in challenge funds are waiting to be unlocked! Gifts of all sizes make a difference, especially as we all come together to make an impact.
The 2019 West River Field School will focus on weeds, insects, plant diseases, and forages. State Climatologist, Laura Edwards, will be available to provide a climate update and the day will wrap up with a tour of the West River Research Farm. This event is geared for crop advisors but will also be beneficial to farmers. Anyone interested is encouraged to attend. Five certified crop advisor educational credits are available during the day. Reference material will be provided to attendees. Cost for this event is $50.00 on or before July 3rd and $65.00 from July 3rd forward.
There will be continuous tours running, each lasting about an hour. The field day will include a meal provided by sponsors.
The first tour will be the Weed Management Tour. Paul O. Johnson, SDSU Extension Weed Management Coordinator, will talk on how pre-emergent herbicides worked in this unusual year and weed management strategies in the glyphosate-resistant weed period like dicamba, Enlist, and Balance beans.
Take a moment and enjoy the summer night with a stargazing adventure! With power telescopes to view Saturn and the stars above, you'll join the long history of stargazers like Hans Lippershey and Galileo Galilei. Free event for all ages.
Wednesday, July 10th, at 10pm-11pm* at the Ben Reifel south parking lot.
SDSU's Southeast Research Farm will host their annual field day on July 9 at 1:30 p.m. The farm is located at 29974 University Rd, Beresford, SD 57004. There will be a variety of tours and presentations given by SDSU Extension specialists and researchers. All who are interested are encouraged to attend. A meal will be provided for attendees.
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This event is sponsored by Dakota Lakes research Farm Corporation