Public Affairs News

  • Health EDventure receives SDACTE award

  • Health EDventure team members, Julia Miller and Stephanie Terwilliger, accepted the South Dakota Friend of CTE (Career and Technical Education) Award from the South Dakota Association for CTE (SDACTE) at their annual awards banquet held last month in Mitchell, S.D.Read more


  • Edwards exhibits artwork

  • Besides being an adjunct instructor in the College of Arts and Sciences at Dakota State University in Madison, S.D, Cassie Marie Edwards is also a busy artist. In fact, her artwork was recently featured as a 'recommended exhibit' for Arts Night in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Her solo exhibit, LAND/FORM, is currently on display at Greymatter Gallery in Milwaukee, Wisc. through August 30.

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  • Spohn speaks at National HIM Symposium

  • Renae Spohn, assistant professor at Dakota State University, and Dr. Dorine Bennett, professor and director of health information management programs at DSU, recently attended the 2014 Assembly on Education Symposium/Faculty Development Institute held in Chicago.

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  • DSU Students Receive Critical Teaching Needs Scholarship

  • Nineteen South Dakota college students have been awarded a state scholarship that supports new teachers who serve in critical-need teaching areas. Gov. Dennis Daugaard today announced the first recipients in the Critical Teaching Needs Scholarship Program.Read more


  • Baby Mountain concert held at DSU to air on SDPB Radio

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    On Nov. 10, 2013, Chicago-based acoustic musicians Karima Walker and Tim Lowly performed a concert with special guest and DSU Audio Production professor Nathan Edwards as a part of the musical group, "Baby Mountain". Karima Walker opened with a solo set, followed by the group performance of all-original songs. Concert-goers were treated to the group's eclectic and ethereal sound that is both soulful and whimsical.

     

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  • Cyber Stars shine at DSU: Training the next generation of cyber experts

  • It's a hot, sweltering July afternoon, perfect for a round of capture the flag. A time-honored tradition that goes back many a summer camp, but this is Cyber Stars camp, so there is a modern twist. High school students from around the country are gathered around computers in East Hall on the Dakota State University campus, playing a digital version of the game that teaches them how to secure machines and defend cyber attacks.

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Last Updated: 3/2/12