Lisa Varenhorst, M.S., reflects on her time as an educator and student at the University of South Dakota.
Erica Larson ’04 works over 40 hours per week as a nurse educator for NurseTim. She is also a full-time Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) student at the University of South Dakota and can be found working on her homework in airports or hotel rooms while she travels for work.
Not only are Todd Pharis '85, Mike Pharis '13 and Mark Moeller '93 co-owners of the Pizza Ranch on 41st St. in Sioux Falls -- the busiest and biggest Pizza Ranch franchise in the nation -- they are also a Coyote family that loves to give back to the community.
The University of South Dakota College of Fine Arts is hosting the Summer Music Camp from July 10-15. The camp brings music students from around the region together and gives them the opportunity to participate in vocal and instrumental ensembles as well as a variety of other musical activities.
Soon after walking the commencement stage and receiving his diploma for a B.S. in chemistry, track and field scholar-athlete Jesse Sullivan discovered he was awarded a $10,000 post-graduate scholarship from the NCAA because of his academic and athletic excellence during his four years at the University of South Dakota.
Since graduating from the University of South Dakota a decade ago, Zach DeBoer ‘12, B.F.A., describes how he is working to change the Sioux Falls community for the better through the transformative power of creative placemaking.
The University of South Dakota’s School of Education announced Dylan Stoebner, a junior mathematics education major, was awarded the Ben and Lillie Otto Scholarship for the upcoming academic year.
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Summary: The University of South Dakota College of Fine Arts is hosting the Summer Music Camp from July 10-15. The camp brings music students from around the region together and gives them the opportunity to participate in vocal and instrumental ensembles as well as a variety of other musical activities.
Summary: The University of South Dakota Sanford School of Medicine (SSOM) has awarded its Edward J. Batt, M.D. Memorial Teaching Award to Dr. Mary Jo Olson, a 1997 graduate and medical chief of staff at Sanford Vermillion.
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: Jadyn Ford, a University of South Dakota student and Sioux Falls native, is helping drive sustainability initiatives in her hometown through an internship with the City of Sioux Falls Public Works in the Environmental division.