USD Morns Loss of Two More Professors

The USD President’s Office notified the campus community via email this last week of the deaths of two more professors. Following the death of history professor Clayton Lehmann on Nov. 16, the campus made the announcement of another current professor and one former professor’s passing. Professor Emeritus Jeri L. Engelking died on Nov. 25 at […]

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Office of Research’s New Faculty Reception breaks the ice

USD’s Office of Research hosted its annual New Faculty Reception in the Muenster University Center Ballroom last Wednesday, Nov. 3. The event, which was able to be held again after a hiatus last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, allows new faculty members to connect with faculty in the Office of Research in order to […]

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Professors celebrate their published books despite COVID-19

In 2020, three books were published by professors in the College of Arts and Sciences. Ben Hagen, Marcella Remund and Sara Lampert all discussed their new books with professor Zoli Filotas during an author panel. The panel was held online to celebrate the teacher’s publications.   All three teachers said they participated in the author panel to increase awareness for their […]

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Meet the host of USD’s ‘Credit Hour’ podcast

When former USD president James Abbot retired in May of 2018 the university was looking to do something to commemorate Abbot’s 21 year presidency. That’s when USD’s communications director Michael Ewald got a call from USD’s videographer Adam Gomez about doing a podcast with the former president. At this moment, USD’s “Credit Hour” was born. […]

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Selection process is underway for excellence in teaching awards

The USD Office of Academic Affairs is in the process of selecting the annual winner of the Belbas-Larson Awards for Excellence in Teaching. USD students, faculty and staff submitted nominations on Jan. 27, with the winners to be announced in early April and a commencement ceremony in May. The winner will be selected by a […]

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