Doors open at 5:30 pm
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 13 from 8am - 4pm 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. Registration will open early July and is $35, which includes lunch.
Join McCrory Gardens for their 33rd Annual Garden Party! Activities and events will occur throughout the day with the BIG party starting at 6:30 pm with SDSU ice cream, food truck, live music, inflatables, and a balloon artist!
As more information becomes available it can be found on our website, Facebook and Instagram.
Join us as Dr. Goali Saedi Bocci presents on How to Help Youth Digitally Detox
As part of Museum Week that is celebrated nation-wide from May 11-17, we’re hosting an event focusing on the May 17 theme: stories! Join us as we read “Hey, Hey, Hay!” and complete a craft related to the story. This event is family friendly, free, and open to the public.
Find our booth at the Garden Discovery Festival! We will be set up at McCrory Gardens for a fun afternoon focusing on gardens. McCrory Gardens is located at 631 22nd Ave, Brookings.
The South Dakota Agricultural Heritage Museum and other SDSU facilities will be closed until further notice. In addition, SDSU has announced that on-campus events and visitor activities are canceled at least through May 15. For the full announcement from SDSU and President Dunn, visit http://ow.ly/EnL950yL4KF.
Join us for the 7th annual graduation ceremony for our project SEARCH interns. They will receive their diplomas and a certificate of completion. We will have a brief program followed by refreshments.
Big Sioux Water Festival will bring 1,096 students from 54 area schools in Eastern South Dakota to the SDSU campus to learn more about protecting our water resources and why we should limit the usage of water on a daily basis.
The theme this year is “Little Ripples make Big Waves” and will held on campus on Tuesday, May 12, 2020.
Sessions run from 9:30 am – 2:00 pm. Volunteers are needed to host exhibits or lead students
to sessions. To volunteer, contact Becky Pistulka at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 688-6792.
Stop by the museum during Museum Week 2020! Each day has a different theme, and we are hosting special events on May 13 (Debunked: What's in a Feed Bunk?) and May 17 (Storytime at the Museum). Check these events out for more details!
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.
Finals Stressing You Out? Come enjoy some Lotería games & delicious snacks!
Sponsors: Multicultural Center & Latin American Student Association
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!
Graduate students are provided the opportunity to enhance their teaching skills by completing the Certificates of College Teaching Development offered through the Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning. At this ceremony, those who successfully complete the requirements will be recognized for their outstanding accomplishments and dedication to teaching development. Everyone is welcome to attend and no registration is required.