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.
South Dakota State University’s Dakota Lakes Research Farm will host their annual field day on June 25 at 3:00 p.m. Due to health concerns surrounding COVID-19, this year’s field day will be held virtually.
Even though we can't be together at the farm, our researchers have prepared several short videos highlighting current research projects. Participants will also have an opportunity to see research results and ask questions during a live webinar.
COVID-19 has changed the scope of many things in the last few months. What hasn’t changed, is the dedication of the employees of South Dakota State University and that should be celebrated.
Join us as Dr. Goali Saedi Bocci presents on How to Help Youth Digitally Detox
Join us as Jennifer See, LPC presents on How to Navigate Youth Vaping.
MD Imtiazul Kabir, Pharmaceutical Sciences PhD Student, will present a seminar titled "Synergistic lethality between PARP-trapping and alantolactone-induced oxidative DNA damage in homologous recombination-proficient cancer cells."
Ailin Guo, Pharmaceutical Sciences PhD Student, will present on "Metal Organic Frameworks (MOFs) as a Bacteria-Mimicking Drug Delivery System for Tuberculosis."
Join us as Amber Leafstedt, MA, LAC presents on Resources for Recovery.
Kevin Francis, Ph.D., Assistant Scientist at Sanford Research, will present on "Lipid Metabolism at the Intersection of Biological Chemistry and Human Health."
Third Thursday at the Gardens
"Botanical Research at South Dakota State University"
February 20 at 6:30pm
Presented by: Dr. Maribeth Latvis and students from the Botanical Society of America, SDSU Chapter
Dr. Maribeth Latvis and students from the Botanical Society of America, SDSU Chapter, talk about the role of natural history collections, such as SDSU's own Taylor Herbarium. Learn how plant species records are used to understand biodiversity and ecology.
Please register for this free class at the link below.
Time of the presentations are as follows:
2:00 PM Creative and Fine Arts—Jeremiah Bergstrom, Instructor, School of Design
2:15 PM Research and Scholarship—David Wiltse, Associate Professor, School of American and Global Studies
2:30 PM Teaching and Learning—Karla Hunter, Associate Professor, School of Communication and Journalism
2:45 PM Service—Andrea Carlile, Lecturer, School of Communication and Journalism
This week's seminar will be presented by Rishabh Bahl, PhD Student. The seminar title is "In Vitro and In Vivo Evaluation of a Tumor Targeted Controlled Drug Delivery System."
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!
Winter Lunch & Learn #2 - Amir Fallah: What it Means to be an American - featuring a live video conference discussion with exhibit artist, Amir Fallah. Free.
Join us 12:00 - 1:00. Bring your own lunch and a friend and we'll supply plates, cutlery and beverages. Start with a quick visit to the What it Means to be an American exhibit then join us downstairs for lunch. We'll connect with Amir Fallah from 12:15-12:50 (you can eat while we talk).
Susan got her PhD in statistics from Iowa State in 2015, then spent time in the private sector before
returning to academia in 2018. She is an assistant professor at University of Nebraska, Lincoln, with
research interests in statistical graphics and statistical forensics.