Posts made in June, 2014

Faculty News

Lis publishes 5 entries in Grove Dictionary of American Music

Jun 26, 2014

Lis publishes 5 entries in Grove Dictionary of American Music

Music Department Head David Reynolds shared a new publication by Professor Anthony Lis.  Lis published five entries in the recently released 2nd edition of the Grove Dictionary of American Music.  His entries were on the Blue Sky Boys, Lani McIntire, Lefty Fizzell, the Louvin Brothers and Roy Acuff. “The Grove Dictionary of American Music is […]

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Faculty News

Watrel edits The Atlas of the 2012 Elections

Jun 26, 2014

Watrel edits The Atlas of the 2012 Elections

Bob Watrel, associate professor in the Department of Geography, has been working this past year as an editor and cartographer on an atlas project. The atlas, titled “The Atlas of the 2012 Elections will be published by Rowman & Littlefield this fall, probably in August.

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Faculty News, Student News

Very cool sign fabricated for Architecture’s Mobridge project

Jun 26, 2014

Very cool sign fabricated for Architecture’s Mobridge project

Architecture Department Head, Brian Rex, gives us insight into a unique facet of the End of the Line project in Mobridge “Five of our students fabricated these pieces and took them to Fargo to watch them be galvano-electrically bathed… This one, when standing, will track the sun so that a shadow reads ‘Chicago’ on the […]

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Music sponsors All-State Music Camp

Jun 13, 2014

Music sponsors All-State Music Camp

Greased Lightning!  Students perform highlights from the musical “Grease” during the 47th Annual All-State Music Camp finale concert last Friday.  The camp is hosted each year by the South Dakota State University Department of Music.  Middle and high school students representing 21 schools in South Dakota, Minnesota, and Iowa participated in the week-long event, including […]

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Jeannie French ceramic works exhibited

Jun 1, 2014

Jeannie French ceramic works exhibited

Visual Arts Professor Jeannie K. French’s ceramic work, Yellow Platter, was accepted into the juried 20th San Angelo National Ceramic Competition, hosted by the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, San Angelo, TX. The exhibition is open through June 29th. She also exhibited ceramic artwork in conjunction with the 49th Annual Conference of the National Council on Education […]

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