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Students experience different role in emergency exercise

Nearly two dozen students from South Dakota State University’s College of Nursing participated in an emergency situation training activity at the Sioux Falls Regional Airport last week. The students, who are in their fifth semester at the college’s Sioux Falls site, acted as victims during the morning’s exercise instead of serving in their normal roles as health care providers. “Being a patient...

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. Originally from Mobridge, Mollman received her bachelor’s degree in nursing from SDSU in 2000. After spending a few years away, Mollman returned to pursue a master’s degree in nursing education.

Nursing Schools Almanac ranks SDSU's College of Nursing among nation's best

  Nursing Schools Almanac ranked South Dakota State University’s College of Nursing No. 8 among institutions in the Plains Region as well as in its public nursing colleges and its all nursing college rankings. SDSU is No. 54 among public nursing colleges and No. 93 in all nursing colleges.

High school students to join SDSU professor in DNA research

SDSU faculty member Jaime Lopez has received a National Science Foundation Early Career Development Award of nearly $1 million.

Begeman receives Udall Undergraduate Scholarship

South Dakota State University student Jessica Begeman has been selected one of the 55 Udall Undergraduate Scholarship recipients. The Udall Foundation awards scholarships to college sophomores and juniors for leadership, public service and commitment to issues related to Native American nations or to the environment.

Programs in the Department of Allied and Population Health see student and faculty successes over the 2021-2022 academic year

As the 2021-22 academic year wraps up at South Dakota State University, the faculty, staff and students in the Department of Allied and Population Health conclude another year of achievements and successes. The department houses three programs: medical laboratory science, respiratory care and public health. ranks SDSU No. 15 in nation

South Dakota State University has been named one of 2022’s best colleges for nursing by SDSU was ranked No. 15, climbing 24 spots from its ranking in 2021. "South Dakota State University was recognized as a top 15 school for nursing students based on an analysis of graduation rate, annual cost, employment rate and postgraduation earnings across over 700 schools nationwide.

Class project trains staff on naloxone

Properly training individuals on the use of naloxone to reverse opioid overdoses was on the mind of Hayley (Schmidt) Rasmussen ’16/DNP ’22.

SDSU Students and Faculty Volunteer at Aberdeen Camp Med

On April 22, students and faculty from the Department of Allied and Population Health volunteered at the Aberdeen Camp Med where they taught middle school students about health care practices. Camp Med is an annual opportunity for young students to learn about various aspects of health care with the goal of inspiring them to become interested in health care careers.

Nelsen Presents Poster on Porcine Rotavirus Research at SDSU Day of Scholars

On April 19, April Nelsen presented a poster at the Day of Scholars at South Dakota State University. Nelsen works as a clinical coordinator and instructor of medical laboratory sciences and is also pursuing her doctorate in molecular biology.