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School of Design students recreate campus model

Students in the South Dakota State University School of Design recently unveiled a newly designed campus model.  The model, officially presented on Oct. 20, is now on display at SDSU in the Edgar S. McFadden Biostress Lab and the Chicoine Architecture, Mathematics and Engineering Hall. It shows campus from Sixth-22nd avenues, from the west edge of campus to the east, and the U.S.

Tommy John story to be featured at inaugural Innovation Conversations

The founders of clothing manufacturer Tommy John will be the featured guests at the inaugural Innovation Conversations, hosted Nov.

SDSU Concert Choir showcases music for Scandinavian tour

The South Dakota State University Concert Choir will present its Scandinavian Northern Lights-themed concert this weekend with a performance celebrating the group’s upcoming trip to Sweden and Norway. The concert, “Under the Northern Lights,” will take place in Larson Memorial Concert Hall in the Oscar Larson Performing Arts Center at 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 5.

SDSU cited for having best online nursing program in South Dakota

South Dakota State University’s online nursing program ranks first in the state and 45th nationally, according to EduMed. Since 2019, EduMed has released annual rankings that highlight that year’s top programs based on a combination of factors like affordability, accessibility and commitment to student success. The organization noted the SDSU College of Nursing has six online programs—the RN to...

O’Connor publishes commentary on regulation in pharmacy profession

Shanna O’Connor, associate professor and head of the Department of Pharmacy Practice at South Dakota State University, recently published a commentary on pharmacy regulations in the Journal of the American Pharmacists Association. O’Connor co-authored the commentary alongside Jennifer L.

Reynolds, Strawn to present junior recital

South Dakota State University juniors Thomas Reynolds and Ethan Strawn will present a joint vocal recital at 2 p.m. Friday, Oct. 27, in the Oscar Larson Performing Arts Center’s Founders Recital Hall on the SDSU campus. Reynolds, a baritone, is a Brookings native majoring in vocal music education. Strawn, a tenor, is from Sioux Falls and is majoring in music education.

SDSU phlebotomy certificate program ranked top online program second year in a row

South Dakota State University’s phlebotomy certificate program has been ranked one of the top online phlebotomy certificate programs of 2024 by EduMed.  This is the second year in a row that SDSU’s phlebotomy program has been recognized. The SDSU phlebotomy certificate program has been offered at SDSU since fall 2020.

2 SDSU offices honored for weather preparedness 

As Winter Weather Preparedness Day approaches in South Dakota on Oct.

S.D. Symphony Orchestra, SDSU School of Performing Arts present Italian pianist, scholar

The South Dakota Symphony Orchestra and the South Dakota State University School of Performing Arts are teaming up this week to introduce the orchestra’s next soloist, Emanuele Arciuli, to Brookings in a concert set for 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct.

Lange to present junior recital

Nick Lange, a music education major at South Dakota State University, will present his junior recital at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct.