Speaker Date Topic
Rotary In The Know Feb 20, 2019 5:00 PM
Tour of City Center
Tour of City Center

Downtown Rotary In the Know after-hours social events will feature an element of the community not accessible to everyone.

Wednesday, February 20th
5:00 pm

Tour of City Center
City of Sioux Falls
213 North Dakota Ave, Sioux Falls, SD 57104

Tour of City Center will include learning about the function of the building and the teams located in it. Another highlight of the tour will be the traffic operations center.

Light appetizers will be served.

RSVP before Monday, February 18 by calling Angie at
(605) 743-0927 or emailing DowntownSiouxFallsRotaryClub@gmail.com.


Next Rotary In The Know Event:
April 30th – Sioux Falls School District

Watch for more details to be announced!

Dr. Josh Pauli Feb 25, 2019 11:30 AM
DSU's MadLabs: Innovative R&D Clusters to Drive Research and Economic Development
DSU's MadLabs: Innovative R&D Clusters to Drive Research and Economic Development

Dakota State University (DSU) is undertaking a major applied R&D mission to increase the amount of funded research performed on campus by faculty, students, and researchers. The Madison Cyber Laboratories (MadLabs) was created in 2016 and is gaining substantial momentum as the university prepares for the first dedicated R&D building on campus and is the home to 15 R&D clusters in innovative areas to drive applied research and economic development for the state of South Dakota.

Networking and lunch from 11:30 am - noon with the program beginning at noon. Lunch costs $15, payable at the door. All programs are recorded and Facebook Live Streamed. Local media are invited to attend to record the session.

Rotary International is one of the premier service organizations in the world. The Rotary Club of Downtown Sioux Falls is among the largest 20 clubs in North America.

Speaker Bio:

Dr. Josh Pauli serves as the Vice President for Research & Economic Development at Dakota State University (DSU) in Madison, SD. Dr. Pauli received his Ph.D. in Software Engineering from North Dakota State University in Fargo, ND and was a faculty member for 14 years at DSU in the Beacom College of Computer and Cyber Sciences at DSU, where he taught undergraduate and graduate courses in software security. Dr. Pauli continues to conduct funded research for the National Science Foundation and National Security Agency in his role of the Director of the Cyclops Lab at DSU.