To help University of South Dakota students gain a better understanding of how earth science and sustainability issues impacts their daily lives, faculty across the Vermillion campus will incorporate science and social issues related to the Missouri River into their classes next year.
Two University of South Dakota students are among eight from around the United States to receive places on a Fulbright Summer Institute to study and explore for six weeks in the United Kingdom country of Wales.
What could be better than traveling through the homelands of many of the greatest musical minds the world has ever known? Traveling and performing the works of these great composers in the venues for which they were written. This is exactly what the University of South Dakota Chamber Singers and a party of alumni travelers did during spring break 2015.
The reasons students choose to study abroad are as unique as each individual. Many know as early as high school they will embark upon that adventure; others don’t realize it until they are immersed in collegiate studies.
By Betsy Rice
From South Dakota to South Korea: Breanna Helland ‘15 has made foreign travel a priority during each of her four years at USD. Souvenirs from those trips are displayed in her room. Helland will soon depart for South Korea to teach English for the 2015–16 academic year through the Fulbright U.S. Student Program.
By Timothy Schorn and Megan Card ’15
Robert Legvold’s father thought his son needed a fallback. To temper his doubts as to whether or not Robert would get into a good law school, he encouraged his son take shorthand and typing in high school — just in case.