The University of South Dakota has recently established the first postsecondary/collegiate chapter of HOSA-Future Health Professionals in South Dakota, helping and equipping students who want to find a career in the health sciences.
The South Dakota chapter of HOSA-Future Health Professionals was recently recognized as a GOLD Award Recipient at the inaugural HOSA-Future Health Professionals’ Standards of Excellence Recognition Program held in Alexandria, Virginia.
The Sanford School of Medicine’s Center for Disabilities staff member Kendra Gottsleben has received international recognition by Diversability as one of its “D-30 Impact” 2022 honorees.
Maria Koenen’s immersion into the community of Parkston, South Dakota, and its Frontier And Rural Medicine (FARM) program at Avera St. Benedict Hospital would likely be considered a homecoming.
It’s Dr. Meredith Reynolds’ job to figure out the life of her patients, even when death is the only thing for her to examine.
There’s a rustic flair to Mobridge, a charm enhanced by its remote location. It’s long been a frontier kind of community with its own identity. Gateway to ranch country. A railroad town. A town on a big river. Mobridge was wisely nestled onto blufftops above the Missouri River’s broad floodplain, and no community relocations were necessary when the river was dammed and its broad valley transformed into an enormous lake.
Summary: Artwork from the series “Power Grid Cat” by Judith R. Peterson, M.D., MPH, is currently on display on the first-floor gallery of the I.D. Weeks Library building in Vermillion now through Dec. 6.
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: The University of South Dakota is proud to announce that three esteemed alumni, Dennis Daugaard ‘75, Charles Hart ‘73 and Ronald Reed ‘60, have been selected for the 2022 South Dakota Hall of Fame for their contributions to the state.
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.