Posts made in January, 2015

Faculty News, Student News

Brookings theatre programs win BroadwayWorld awards

Jan 22, 2015

Brookings theatre programs win BroadwayWorld awards

  After a record number of voters in more than 60 regions worldwide, BroadwayWorld is very excited to announce the 2014 Sioux Falls winners! Thanks to all who voted, and huge congratulations to all the winners! And the winners are…. Best Choreographer (local) Melissa Hauschild-Mork – Shrek the Musical – Prairie Repertory Theatre Best Costume […]

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Faculty News

Rebecca Britt Health Communication paper named CSCA Top Paper

Jan 18, 2015

Rebecca Britt Health Communication paper named CSCA Top Paper

Assistant Professor Rebecca Britt’s paper, “The Development and Validation of the eHealth Competency Scale: A Measurement of Self-Efficacy, Knowledge, Usage, and Motivation for Electronic Health Design,” received a Top Paper from the Health Communication Division at the Central States Communication Association 2015 conference. CSCA houses some of the top journals in communication research and has a […]

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Faculty News

Jan 6, 2015

The Downside Of Cheaper Gas: More Accident Fatalities

Falling gasoline prices are a benefit to motorists — but those lower prices come with a hidden cost: increased traffic fatalities. Research by an SDSU Sociology professor on gas prices and fatalities was aired on Morning Edition on NPR this morning, Jan. 6. Below is the link to the story by Guangqing Chi, Associate Professor […]

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