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SDSU Wind Symphony to perform Feb. 14

The South Dakota State University Wind Symphony will continue its 2019-2020 season with a performance at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 14 in the Oscar Larson Performing Arts Center’s Larson Memorial Concert Hall.

Vintage postcards featured in "Pictures of Nursing" traveling exhibit at Briggs Library

Briggs Library is welcoming the National Library of Medicine’s traveling exhibition Pictures of Nursing: The Zwerdling Postcard Collection this spring. The exhibit explores a unique archive of 2,588 postcards that feature nurses and the nursing profession from around the world, investigating the hold these images exert on the public imagination—then and now.

South Dakota State University to Offer Professional DVM Program in Veterinary Medicine with the University of Minnesota

South Dakota State University and the University of Minnesota (U of M) announce the formation of a new collaborative Professional Program in Veterinary Medicine leading to a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree (DVM). Once students have completed their pre-veterinary requirements, the new program will allow admitted students to complete the first two years of their veterinary medicine education a

Free seminars help South Dakotans learn about opioids, prevent misuse

Nearly 2,500 adolescents and adults in rural communities across South Dakota are better prepared to prevent opioid misuse, thanks to free educational seminars provided through SDSU Extension’s Strengthening the Heartland Program.

Dr. April Brooks Women of Distinction Awards adds category

The annual Dr. April Brooks Women of Distinction Awards have changed slightly since their inception in 2001. This year, the event adds the ally category to its list of administration, professional staff/nonfaculty exempt, faculty, civil service staff and student awards. The awards ceremony will be March 17 in the University Student Union’s Lewis and Clark Room (262).

South Dakota State University brings mobile student ID credential to campus

South Dakota State University students, faculty and staff are now able to add their IDs to their iPhone or Apple Watch. With Transact Mobile Credential, students’ institutional credentials within Apple Wallet will offer secure access to facilities, residence halls and more, as well as payments for dining, laundry, vending and retail, creating a seamless experience while navigating campus.

SDSU’s School of Performing Arts hosting Linthicum-Blackhorse as composer-in-residence

Texas-based composer William Linthicum-Blackhorse will serve as a composer-in-residence for the South Dakota State University School of Performing Arts Feb. 10-14. While at SDSU, Linthicum-Blackhorse will speak to faculty, administrators and student groups in music, physics and engineering.

South Dakota State to host S.D In-Service Music Conference

Music educators from around the state will gather for three days of concerts, workshops and training during the South Dakota In-Service Music Conference, hosted by South Dakota State University Feb. 13-15. Evening concerts held Feb.

Krogh joins Brookings Health System board of trustees

Mary Anne Krogh ’85/’11 Ph.D., dean of the College of Nursing at South Dakota State University, was recently appointed to Brookings Health System’s board of trustees. "I am interested in developing important relationships in the community to work on critical health care issues such as access to primary care and behavioral health care services for the communities we serve,” Krogh said.

U.S. News ranks four programs

U.S. News & World Report, the global authority in education rankings, announced the 2020 Best Online Programs rankings for anyone interested in furthering their education. Four South Dakota State University online programs were ranked. The rankings evaluated more than 1,600 distance education bachelor's and master's degree programs.