Posts made in February, 2014

Faculty News, Student News

Feb 24, 2014

Austin Nelson, Physics undergrad, is first author of journal article

Austin Nelson, an undergraduate physics major, is first author on a paper published in the Journal of Applied Physics, a prestigious journal in the field. The title of the article is: “Structural, magnetic, and electron transport properties of Mn3-xPtxSn (x = 0, 0.5, 1) nano materials.”  See link below. http://scitation.aip.org/content/aip/journal/jap/115/17/10.1063/1.4865977 According to Joel Rauber, head […]

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Student News

Feb 19, 2014

3 voice students accepted into Franco American Vocal Academy

Two additional vocal music were accepted into the Franco American Vocal Academy summer program –  Trey Meyer, and Michael Bader. We had previously reported that a third, Katy Milton, has been accepted as well. This is a 6-week program with three weeks in Paris and three weeks in Perigord, France.  Students receive coaching in French […]

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Faculty News

Faculty posters highlight research and scholarship

Feb 19, 2014

Faculty posters highlight research and scholarship

Several Arts & Sciences faculty members displayed posters during the Celebration of Faculty Excellence Faculty Showcase. The posters highlight their research and scholarship.   Lecturer Darla Bielfeldt, English – Her poster featured her research on changing audience perspectives following the Harvey Dunn Feminine Images performance. Assistant Professor Nicole Flynn,  English – Her poster featured her […]

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Faculty News

Richard Meyers, AIS coordinator, appointed to 2 national organizations

Feb 12, 2014

Richard Meyers, AIS coordinator, appointed to 2 national organizations

Richard Meyers, Ph.D., Tribal Relations Director and Program Coordinator and Lecturer in  the American Indian Studies (AIS) major, has been appointed to serve on two different national organizations. He serves on the American Anthropological Association (AAA) Task Force on Cultural Heritage that produces recommendations to build a stronger, durable, and multifaceted approach to issues of […]

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Alumni News, Faculty News

Video of J.P. Hendrickson Faculty Scholar and Herbert Cheever Jr. Lecture

Feb 12, 2014

Video of J.P. Hendrickson Faculty Scholar and Herbert Cheever Jr. Lecture

Video of the South Dakota State University College of Arts & Sciences first J.P. Hendrickson Faculty Scholar and Herbert Cheever Jr. Liberal Arts Lecture is available on YouTube: http://youtu.be/Dun0dGpzgRw This award and lecture are named in honor of two former Arts & Sciences professors and administrators. Professor John Phillip Hendrickson was a long-time faculty member […]

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Alumni News, Faculty News

Photos from the J.P. Hendrickson Faculty Scholar and Herbert Cheever Jr. Liberal Arts Lecture

Feb 10, 2014

Photos from the J.P. Hendrickson Faculty Scholar and Herbert Cheever Jr. Liberal Arts Lecture

Dean Dennis Papini welcomed honored guests to the College of Arts & Sciences recognition of the first J.P. Hendrickson Faculty Scholar and presentation of the Herbert Cheever Jr. Liberal Arts Lecture. The award and lecture are named in honor of two former Arts & Sciences professors and administrators. Professor John Phillip Hendrickson was a long-time […]

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Student News

Feb 10, 2014

Milton accepted into Franco-American Vocal Academy

Katy Milton, soprano, was accepted into the Franco-American Vocal Academy. She will spend the summer in France working with some of the finest and most well-connected operatic conductors and coaches in the industry according to David Reynolds, head and professor, SDSU Department of Music. The academy is an intensive study program designed for emerging, talented […]

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Faculty News

Feb 10, 2014

Brookings supports breastfeeding story on KSFY

A collaborative community research project was featured last week on KSFY. The story,  “Brookings Supports Breastfeeding,” notes the work of faculty researchers Jenn Anderson and Rebecca Kuehl. The research team also includes Professor Lois Tschetter from the College of Nursing and partners at Brookings Health System and the Brookings Area Chamber of Commerce. This project […]

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Faculty News

JD Ackman recieves SDHSAA Distinguished Service Award

Feb 10, 2014

JD Ackman recieves SDHSAA Distinguished Service Award

JD Ackman, Professor and Director of Theatre in the Communication Studies & Theatre Department, received the South Dakota State High School Activities Association Distinguished Service Award at this year’s State One-Act Play Festival in Brandon. Professor J.D. Ackman received the plaque from Wayne Carney, Executive Director of the SDSHAA.

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