Student-run enterprise provides much-needed services and helps train future health care practitioners.
The Department of Dental Hygiene at the University of South Dakota has named a new chair at a time of unparalleled positive change and exciting developments for the department and the School of Health Sciences.
The Center for Prevention of Child Maltreatment (CPCM), a center of the University of South Dakota School of Health Sciences, co-hosted a child welfare legal workshop April 7 to help professionals learn more about effectively navigating child abuse cases.
Summary: The University of South Dakota is pleased to announce the Office of Research & Sponsored Programs was awarded $200,000 from the South Dakota Board of Regents (SDBOR) with a $200,000 match.
Summary: The University of South Dakota School of Health Sciences is one of four locations nationwide that will host a summit to bring together health industry and academic partners to discuss changes within health professions.
Summary: Two University of South Dakota School of Health Sciences faculty members have collaborated on an enterprise to help dental patients curb the risks of alcohol and drug addiction and have been awarded a grant to implement their idea.
Summary: For one University of South Dakota student, what started out as a fun way to introduce others to his hobby turned into a benefit for a local organization.
Elizabeth (Hoffman) Nicholas, a Eureka, South Dakota native, and Robert Nicholas, a Huron, South Dakota native, met at the University of South Dakota when they were both in the Alumni Student Scholars Program, each with the dream of becoming a doctor.