Posts Tagged "Speech"

Student News

SDSU student donates kidney to ‘best friend’

May 8, 2014

SDSU student donates kidney to ‘best friend’

Mayya Andrushchenko, left, will receive a kidney on May 13 from Kayla McCaffrey, a junior at South Dakota State University who decided to become her best friend’s kidney donor. The pair met in SPCM 101 during their freshman year at State in 2011. For more details, see the link to the Brookings Register article below: […]

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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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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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Faculty News

SPCM 101 recognized as top basic speech course in the nation

Dec 6, 2013

SPCM 101 recognized as top basic speech course in the nation

The Communication Studies and Theatre Department’s basic communication course, SPCM 101: Fundamentals of Speech was recognized as the 2013 Basic Communication Course Program of Excellence by the Basic Course Division of the National Communication Association in November during its annual convention in Washington D.C. “The basic course at SDSU is distinctive in that it remains […]

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