The Student Government Association and University Senate have initiated efforts to increase communication between the two organizations.
The University Senate is a predominately elected faculty-led organization, with two student positions filled...Academics
A U.S. Supreme Court case will not change the University of South Dakota’s attitude toward admissions.
Fisher v. University of Texas surrounds a student who claims she was denied admission to...Academics
The I.D. Weeks Library is in the process of moving its material onto digital databases. While not necessarily replacing physical collections, the library is increasing its use of online journals,...Academics
The Princeton Review released its guides to law and business schools this week, ranking both the University of South Dakota School of Law and the Beacom School of Business among the nation’s...Academics
The University of South Dakota Beacom School of Business recently honored students and alumni for their outstanding service and
Sara Boyum of West Point, Neb., who graduated in May...Academics
Three student organizations from the University of South Dakota were recognized at the South Dakota Board of Regents meeting Oct. 10 for their outstanding academic, community and organizational...Academics
A University of South Dakota student recently received an award from the nation’s oldest and largest collegiate honor society.
Jason T. Simmons, a graduate student in the MBA Health Services...Academics
Along with attempts to enroll a larger first-year class, the University of South Dakota worked to piece together a geographically diverse one as well.
Devoid of high school visits from university...Academics
A University of South Dakota professor has helped create an invisible version of the Quick Response (QR) code.
Stanley May, professor of chemistry at USD, along with Jon Kellar and William Cross,...Academics