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VERMILLION, S.D. – Two University of South Dakota professors have been awarded prestigious grants from the National Science Foundation for their research into germanium crystals and dark matter detection.

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VERMILLION, S.D. – The University of South Dakota Sustainability Program joins Greening Vermillion to host the 6th annual Art of Sustainability on Oct. 21-22.

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Photo of graphic for Tom Brokaw and Robert Legvold USD public forum.

VERMILLION, S.D. – Tom Brokaw, distinguished journalist and former anchor of “NBC Nightly News,” will host a public forum with fellow USD alumnus and Russian policy expert Robert Legvold in Aalfs Auditorium on the University of South Dakota campus Oct. 18 from 7-8:30 p.m. Brokaw and Legvold will be available for a book signing after the event.

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VERMILLION, S.D. – The University of South Dakota hosts Brian D. Bunk, senior lecturer at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, for the annual Department of History Schell Lecture Tuesday, Oct. 17 at 7 p.m. in Farber Hall, Old Main. The lecture is free and open to the public.

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graphic for Tom Brokaw and Robert Legvold event.

VERMILLION, S.D. – University of South Dakota alumni Tom Brokaw and Robert Legvold will hold a book signing after their Oct. 18 public forum scheduled from 7-8:30 p.m. in Aalfs Auditorium on the USD campus. The event is free and open to the public. No tickets required. Doors for the public forum open at 6 p.m.

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Photo of volunteers at income tax clinic providing Spanish translation services.

VERMILLION, S.D. – Beginning next fall, the University of South Dakota’s Department of Modern Languages & Linguistics will enroll students in a new graduate-level certificate program in Spanish translation to help meet the region’s need for professional translation services. The certificate requires 16 credit hours to complete, and the department will develop four new courses specific to the practice of translation. Students will explore the theory, ethics, and practice of Spanish-English translation.

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