For University of South Dakota School of Education graduate student Hser Lar Kpaw Htoo, the quote, “The meaning of life is to find your gift. The purpose of life is to give it away,” has served as inspiration in his pursuit of a career as a school psychologist.
University of South Dakota School of Education alumna Abby Turbak ’10, ’11 recently received a 2022-23 Milken Educator Award. Hailed as the "Oscars of Teaching," Milken Educator Awards inspire and uplift with the unique stories of educators making a profound difference for students, colleagues and communities.
USD to Offer Elementary Education Degree at USD – Sioux Falls, Continues to Fill State’s Need for Teachers
In response to a statewide shortage of qualified teachers, the University of South Dakota School of Education now offers the Bachelor of Science in Education in Elementary Education degree at USD – Sioux Falls.
Through an assignment in the University of South Dakota’s Introduction to Kinesiology/Sport Management course, kinesiology and sport management (KSM) students are getting invaluable experience through experiential learning opportunities and creating meaningful connections across campus and the broader Vermillion community.
Joseph D. Huber, Ed.D., has been named the recipient of the 2022 Legends of Delzell Award by the University of South Dakota School of Education Alumni Advisory Board, and Amy Schweinle, Ph.D., professor and dean of the School of Education.
The University of South Dakota’s School of Education is pleased to announce Mike Avoseh, Ph.D., professor in the School of Education, has been selected by the Institute of International Education (IIE) to help select future students for the Fulbright U.S. Student Program.
The University of South Dakota is expanding its presence in Sioux Falls to meet the state’s growing workforce demands and the area’s projected population growth, emphasizing degree offerings in health care, business and education.
Summary: The Teacher Pathway program launched as a partnership between the USD School of Education and the Sioux Falls School District in 2017 as a way to increase interest in the teaching profession while preparing students to become inspiring and encouraging leaders.
Summary: When she graduates with her degree in Elementary Education this weekend, Alisa Larsen, a Sioux Falls, South Dakota, native, will become the first student to complete the Teacher Pathway Program at the University of South Dakota School of Education.
Summary: DeValon Whitcomb ‘19 undoubtedly made an impact on the football field during his time as a defensive lineman and team captain for the South Dakota Coyotes football team, but it’s his work off the field that has gotten him recognition recently.
Summary: The University of South Dakota reported a strong year of enrollment this year, with record-breaking enrollment in several key areas.