Posts made in April, 2014

Student News

Army ROTC cadets take 1st in Ranger Buddy co-ed division

Apr 24, 2014

Army ROTC cadets take 1st in Ranger Buddy co-ed division

This past weekend, eight Army ROTC cadets competed in the annual Ranger Buddy Competition at the University of Kansas. The competition tests the cadets’ mental and physical abilities through simulated combat lanes. Cadets Eric Flynn and Katie Elifson took first place in the co-ed division. More than 500 cadets from 43 universities competed in Ranger […]

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Student News

Students generate 1,080 ideas for design of one city block in Aberdeen

Apr 24, 2014

Students generate 1,080 ideas for design of one city block in Aberdeen

An article about the SDSU Architecture Department students’ project aimed at improving a portion of downtown Aberdeen, written by Jeff Bahr, appeared in the April 15 edition of the Aberdeen American News. “A huge amount of creativity is contained within the walls of the Aberdeen Recreation and Cultural Center gallery, all of it aimed at improving […]

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Faculty News, Student News

MLS faculty, students recognized in Pierre

Apr 13, 2014

MLS faculty, students recognized in Pierre

The American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science, South Dakota chapter, held its annual business meeting in Pierre last week. SDSU Medical Laboratory Science students and faculty met with the governor in recognition of his proclamation for  National Medical Laboratory Week 2014: April 20-26. Pictured above are:  Top Row: L-R; Instructor Brendon Sato, Matt Schabacker, Nicholas […]

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Student News

Model UN Club receives regional recognition

Apr 13, 2014

Model UN Club receives regional recognition

The South Dakota State University Model United Nations Club received several awards at the Annual Arrowhead Model United Nations Conference held this month at the University of Wisconsin River Falls.  The club is sponsored by the Department of History, Political Science, Philosophy and Religion. Nominated for best delegation, pictured above, were:  Bryce Kummer, Maria Eckrich, […]

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Alumni News

Colette Adrian-Kessler ’89 receives honors for contributions to award-winning campaign

Apr 8, 2014

Colette Adrian-Kessler ’89 receives honors for contributions to award-winning campaign

PIERRE, SD (April 7, 2014)—USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) recently honored Colette (Adrian) Kessler with its “Legacy of Conservation Award” for her contributions to the agency’s “Unlock the Secrets in the Soil” awareness and education campaign.  The agency’s campaign is a finalist for the 2014 Silver Anvil Awards of the Public Relations Society of […]

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Faculty News, Student News

Imaging Center enters the third dimension

Apr 8, 2014

Imaging Center enters the third dimension

Imaging Center employees Jeff Schulte and James Williams test out the 3D printer by producing novelty items like the ones on the table in front of the printer.   An article on the InPlant Graphics website features  the uses for 3D printing at several university printing facilities including the SDSU Imaging Center. The paragraphs that […]

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Student News

Heather Coburn receives Top Poster Award

Apr 7, 2014

Heather Coburn receives Top Poster Award

Speech Communication major Heather Coburn received the Top Poster Award at the Central States Communication Association Undergraduate Honors Research Conference in Minneapolis this past weekend. Her research project was titled “Doing Gender” in Public Speaking Education: A Focus Group Analysis of Biological Sex and Gender Identity Differences in Public Speaking Anxiety Reduction. Heather’s project was […]

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