SDSU prof to study palliative care, end-stage renal disease
Brandon Varilek, assistant professor in South Dakota State University’s College of Nursing, has received a grant to study palliative care use, kidney transplant rates, and explore survival statisti
'Between Classes' | #SDState Podcast | (Ep. 58 - Nursing at SDSU)
Nursing is the largest healthcare profession in the United States with nearly 4 million nurses. The job demand is increasing for registered nurses, nurse practitioners and more. #SDState offers both bachelor's and graduate degrees in nursing fields as well as refresher courses. There are a variety of options to complete coursework, across four South Dakota locations and online.
National League for Nursing names SDSU a Center of Excellence
South Dakota State University's College of Nursing has been designated a National League for Nursing Center of Excellence for the 2022-2026 term.
Mollman named associate dean for research for the College of Nursing
Sarah Mollman has been named the associate dean for research for South Dakota State University’s College of Nursing. She will be based at the college’s Rapid City site.
State ranked among top 50 best value DNP programs
Citing the impact South Dakota State University’s College of Nursing made on the state’s health-care system as one of its factors, ValueColleges listed the college as the nation’s 21st-ranked in its Top 50 Best Value DNP Programs of 2016.