Alumni News

Passion for teaching

Oct 21, 2016

Passion for teaching

Various classes helped alumnus find way to teaching.

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The Collegian helped Strasburg solidify career choice

Oct 21, 2016

The Collegian helped Strasburg solidify career choice

Time spent with the student newspaper pays off.

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Former broadcast journalist got start due to minor

Oct 21, 2016

Former broadcast journalist got start due to minor

Political science minor helps journalist get start.

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Political involvement started years ago  for Lucas

Oct 21, 2016

Political involvement started years ago for Lucas

Alumna’s interest in politics started at a young age.

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Geography alum Jordan Long visits Kenya as part of a collaborative international land-mapping workshop

Dec 17, 2015

Geography alum Jordan Long visits Kenya as part of a collaborative international land-mapping workshop

The workshop brought land-cover experts together to enhance the abilities of developing countries and improve techniques for generating and updating existing land-cover information using Earth observation satellite imagery.

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Three Journalism and Mass Comm Alumni Honored

Mar 31, 2015

Three Journalism and Mass Comm Alumni Honored

The South Dakota State University Department of Journalism and Mass Communication will honor three distinguished alumni during its annual spring journalism awards banquet April 8 at the Days Inn. The evening honors scholarship winners and award winners in addition to distinguished alumni. The social hour begins at 6:30 with dinner at 7 p.m. at the […]

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Meyer named Hendrickson Scholar, delivers Cheever Lecture

Feb 10, 2015

Meyer named Hendrickson Scholar, delivers Cheever Lecture

Timothy Meyer, lecturer of Economics, received the second annual J.P. Hendrickson Faculty Scholar award and delivered the Herbert Cheever Jr. Liberal Arts Lecture on Jan. 21  .  Both were sponsored by the South Dakota State University College of Arts & Sciences. Meyer’s lecture, “The Implicit Benefits of a Liberal Education: the Economics of Morality, Politics, […]

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Mary Woster Haug new book is family memoir

Dec 18, 2014

Mary Woster Haug new book is family memoir

Mary Woster Haug’s new book, “Daughters of the Grasslands,” is a compilation of memoirs of her family life. “I grew up on the grasslands west of the Missouri River in South Dakota. I am the middle child of a Bohemian father, from whom I inherited a Gypsy spirit, and an Irish mother, who offered us […]

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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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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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