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5-5:45 p.m. (SSU 101/Volstorff Ballroom Lobby)
Banquet and Awards Program
5:45-8 p.m. (SSU 101/Volstorff Ballroom)
RSVP required to attend
Banquet and Awards Program featuring faculty musical performance and
presentation of major faculty awards.
The Tuesday, February 19, 2019 Celebration of Faculty Excellence event will feature faculty posters, visual arts and publication displays. The campus and community are invited to attend and see the scholarly, research and and creative activity of SDSU's faculty and staff.
Scholars and researchers will be at their displays from 3-4p.m.
Those interested in displaying research, visual arts or scholarly work, click here.
Experience the joy of giving while supporting wellness @ Jack’s Cupboard (student food pantry)!
Healthier Food Item Donation Suggestions:
Grains 100% Whole Grain Bread, Flatbread, Tortillas and Pasta, Breakfast Cereal (whole grain & low sugar)
Oatmeal (low or no added sugar), Brown Rice, Quinoa
Dairy Lowfat or Non-Fat Shelf Stable Milk (evaporated or powdered milk)
Free screenings for glucose, blood pressure and cholesterol
Communication is at the heart of efficient, high-quality health care and health outcomes. Students with a health communication skillset bring valuable skills to careers that impact people’s lives. Learn more about the 18-credit, interdisciplinary minor at our Information Table in on Main Street near the Market in the University Student Union.
South Dakota State University is participating in a consortium of leading universities in the region to assess the status of students’ mental health. Student responses to the survey will help shape services and programs to provide behavioral health support for students and ultimately improve student success and graduation rates.
On Feb. 18, 4,000 students will be selected at random. Students selected will receive an e-mail to participate. Students that respond will earn an Amazon gift certificate, and a place in a drawing for a bigger prize.
Topics that experts will discuss:
This event is sponsored by Dakota Lakes research Farm Corporation
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.
Earth as Art exhibit, developed by the University of Louisiana at Lafayette (UL Lafayette) Regional Application Center (RAC), will be on display at the Brookings Public Library June 15, 2019 - July 22, 2019. The Earth as Art gallery features remarkable images of the surface of the Earth that have been captured by remote sensing devices aboard Landsat and other satellites operated by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
SDSU Archives and Special Collections hopes everyone has a wonderful and safe Independence Day. The archives will be closed July 4thand 5th. We will reopen on July 8 at 8 a.m.
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.
Donuts, flowers, coffee, exercise and more are going to be at the first Jacks’ Farmers Market, Wednesday from 3-6 p.m.
Over 20 confirmed vendors are set to be at the farmers market, being held south of the SDSU Wellness Center, north of the University Student Union pay lot. A combination of Brookings Farmers Market and SDState vendors are going to be a part of the event.
Here is a list of vendors:
From the Brookings Farmers Market: