Lectures & Seminars

The fourth annual Lamont-Rhodes Lecture Series presents Eric Snodgrass, director of atmospheric sciences at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,  7:30-10 a.m. Wednesday, March 21, in the NSU Johnson Fine Arts Center. A breakfast buffet will take place at 7:30 a.m., with the presentation at 8:30 a.m. Cost is $20/person or $125/group of eight. To RSVP, contact the NSU Foundation at nsualumni@northern.edu or 605-626-2550.

“Germany Making Choices: A Celebration of Business Relations Between Germany and South Dakota” will be held at Northern State University from Oct. 23 to 26. The events are being funded primarily by the Federal Republic of Germany.

Events being held during this conference include the South Dakota German Business Summit, Round Table Discussions, Internship/Study Abroad in Germany Info Fair, as well as a student field trip to AKG Northern American Operations in Mitchell.

Schedule:

A Northern State University Noon Forum, “What’s coming up in Pierre," led by Julie Johnson and local legislators, is set for Wednesday, Dec. 6, in the Williams Library Rotunda. Noon forums will continue throughout the semester each Wednesday at noon in the library. They are open to all who are interested – students, staff and the public. For more information, contact Dr.

A Northern State University Noon Forum, “The Last Lecture I’d Ever Give," led by retired/retiring faculty, is set for Wednesday, Nov. 29, in the Williams Library Rotunda. Noon forums will continue throughout the semester each Wednesday at noon in the library. They are open to all who are interested – students, staff and the public. For more information, contact Dr.

A Northern State University Noon Forum, “Utilizing the Counseling Center and Disability Services at NSU," led by Ahmet Can and Doris Stusiak, is set for Wednesday, Nov. 15, in the Williams Library Rotunda. Noon forums will continue throughout the semester each Wednesday at noon in the library. They are open to all who are interested – students, staff and the public. For more information, contact Dr.

A Northern State University Noon Forum, “Lessons from Veteran Teachers," led by Brian Bengs and Alan Neville, is set for Wednesday, Nov. 8, in the Williams Library Rotunda. Noon forums will continue throughout the semester each Wednesday at noon in the library. They are open to all who are interested – students, staff and the public. For more information, contact Dr.

A Northern State University Noon Forum, “Building Community Through Music," led by guest artist Wesley Baldwin, is set for Wednesday, Nov. 1, in the Williams Library Rotunda. Noon forums will continue throughout the semester each Wednesday at noon in the library. They are open to all who are interested – students, staff and the public. For more information, contact Dr.

A Northern State University Noon Forum, “Visualizing Crime and Justice: A Collaborative Learning Project," led by Gratia Brown and Courtney Waid-Lindberg, is set for Wednesday, Oct. 25, in the Williams Library Rotunda. Noon forums will continue throughout the semester each Wednesday at noon in the library. They are open to all who are interested – students, staff and the public. For more information, contact Dr.

A Northern State University Noon Forum, “Five Essential Novels," led by Steve Usitalo and Ginny Lewis, is set for Wednesday, Oct. 18, in the Williams Library Rotunda. Noon forums will continue throughout the semester each Wednesday at noon in the library. They are open to all who are interested – students, staff and the public. For more information, contact Dr. Art Marmorstein at 605-626-2608 or Art.Marmorstein@northern.edu.

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