Dr. S.K. Dash receives Distinguished Alumni Award from South Dakota State University on October 24, 2014
Dr. S.K. Dash of Edina, Minnesota and Honorary Board of Director of India Association of Minnesota, will receive the highest honor – Distinguished Alumni of South Dakota State University on October 24, 2014 at a banquet having more than one thousand dignitaries from all over the country. Dr. Dash receives this award for his many contributions to Probiotic research, development and expanding the awareness of Probiotics. He will also be honored at 2014 Hobo Day Parade and Football Game on October 25 in Brookings, SD also.
Dr. Dash is credited for his Probiotic innovation which has grown from merely $10 million 10 years ago to about $35 billion today. The awareness has grown from 5% 10 years ago to more than 85% today.
Annual General Body Meeting
India Association of Minnesota (IAM) cordially invites you to its 2014 Annual General Body Meeting which includes the election of 2015 Board of Directors and Officers.
IAM Welcomes Prime Minister of India - Modi
Madison Square Garden, NY
India Association of Minnesota was a Welcoming Partner for the Community Reception for the Prime Minister of India on September 28th. Over 18,500 people from the Indian diaspora came together on an unprecedented scale to honor Prime Minister Narendra Modi at a community reception at New York's Madison Square Garden in downtown Manhattan, New York.
Invitation to Join IAM Board
The India Association of Minnesota (IAM) Nomination Committee is seeking high energy candidates who would be interested in meaningfully contributing to the IAM Board in 2015.
Serving on the IAM Board is an excellent opportunity to build your network, contribute to the community and develop leadership skills. We are also inviting applications for Associate Board Members, who would support the Board, but without the full time and effort commitment. Associate Board Members have the opportunity to build volunteering & leadership experience including but certainly not limited to college and high-school students.