Fourth-Generation Coyote Continues Family's Legacy
Though he felt the pull of his family ties to attend the University of South Dakota, fourth-generation Coyote Cliff Johnson said he chose to attend the state's flagship university because of its academic excellence and amazing support system. His family legacy was just a bonus.
USD Computer Science Expert Dives into ChatGPT
ChatGPT has quickly become the buzzword of 2023. With its ability to understand and generate natural language, it has the potential to change the way we interact with technology and shape our future.
UPD Chief of Police Becomes First South Dakota Chief to be Selected for FBI National Command Course
The University of South Dakota’s University Police Department (UPD) Chief of Police Bryant Jackson was selected to attend the FBI National Command Course (NCC). Jackson is the first chief from South Dakota to be chosen for the NCC.
Beacom School of Business Online MBA Ranked No. 23 by the Princeton Review
The University of South Dakota Beacom School of Business was ranked No. 23 on the Princeton Review’s “Top 50 Online Programs for 2023” list. Beacom shows remarkable consistency and excellence by staying within the top 25 online MBA programs for the last eight years.
USD Chamber Singers to Conclude Italian Tour in Sioux Falls
The internationally recognized University of South Dakota Chamber Singers and their conductor, David Holdhusen, Ph.D., will participate in a concert tour of Italy during the university’s spring break from March 8-18 and will conclude their tour in Sioux Falls on March 24.
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From the DakotaDome to the Super Bowl
This Sunday, “Go Yotes” might sound a little different as Coyote Nation and the Chiefs Kingdom join forces for Super Bowl LVII.
USD Student Selected for PPIA Junior Summer Institute
Rachel Overstreet, a junior double majoring in political science and philosophy at the University of South Dakota, was selected for the Public Policy and International Affairs (PPIA) Fellowship Program Junior Summer Institute (JSI) at the University of Minnesota’s Hubert H. Humphrey School of Public Affairs.
School of Education Student Seeks to Fill Gaps in Summer School Instructional Strategies
University of South Dakota undergraduate researcher Talia DeWitte, a senior double majoring in elementary education and special education with a reading endorsement, completed research to expand the knowledge base regarding effective instruction during extended school sessions.
Student Art Alliance Exhibition on Display Through March 31
An art exhibition of 2D paintings by current executive members of the Student Art Alliance (SAA) at the University of South Dakota is currently on display in the I.D. Weeks Library first-floor gallery. The exhibition will be on display from Feb. 27 to March 31.
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USD in the Argus LeaderMindfill: How 2 USD grads found passion in sustainability by opening an online store
USD on KelolandUSD will have a study published soon on winter conditions and the effects on pheasants
USD on KCAUSouth Dakota Legislature considers removing bar exam for lawyers: Dean Neil Fulton weighs in
Biochemistry Student Receives Recognition for Research on Spin CrossoverSummary: Ngan Nguyen, a junior majoring in biochemistry and minoring in computer science at the University of South Dakota, was awarded an Undergraduate Research Award for her research on Spin Crossover (SCO).
High School Students Learn About Health Care Career Opportunities at USD's Scrubs CampSummary: High school students from the area will discover a world of career opportunities in health sciences during Scrubs Camp at the University of South Dakota on Tuesday, March 7.
University Police Department to Host Several Courses this SummerSummary: Between May and August of this year, the University of South Dakota’s University Police Department (UPD) is set to host several educational courses targeted at a variety of audiences.
USD Interprofessional Health Education Center to Host Regional SummitSummary: The University of South Dakota School of Health Sciences is one of six locations nationwide that will host a summit with the Association of Schools Advancing Health Professions (ASAHP) to bring together health industry and academic partners to identify emerging interprofessional trends and create alliances.
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USD has done a great job of recognizing that higher education is changing, and they provide internship programs and job training opportunities that help students adapt to a changing workplace. The faculty at USD are top notch, and they put focus on providing students with the qualities they will need when they graduate.
A Conversation with the Leader of the Band: Scott Lawrence
USD alumnus Scott Lawrence has had a rather unique journey from high school band director to president and CEO of one of the region’s most successful advertising agencies.