Wednesday, November 28, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the TC
Get Healthy and Stay Healthy!
Thomas Jones, Associate Professor of Art at Dakota State University, has been selected into a National Juried Show.
Ken Pinaire, a Dakota State University doctor of science in information systems student with a concentration in healthcare informatics, along with Surendra Sarnikar, DSU faculty advisor and associate professor of information systems, will present their research at the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS) 2012 on Dec. 16, in Orlando, Fla.
Dakota State University's associate professor of art, Joseph Staudenbaur, is currently exhibiting his artwork at Oak Park Art League (OPAL) in Chicago, Ill.
Dakota State University President, Dr. David Borofsky, invites the public to attend a community dinner honoring the 150th anniversary of the Dakota 38, on Friday, December 14th, at 6:30 p.m. on the DSU campus in the Trojan Center Underground. A short program is scheduled, and Gene Hexom, the Madison mayor, will be in attendance.
The Argus Leader published an article featuring DSU professors, Yong Wang and Kevin Streff, on how to protect your personal information when using smartphones.
Two DSU professors Dr. Surendra Sarnikar, associate professor of information systems, and Dr. Dorine Bennett, associate professor and director of health information management programs, along with Dr. Mark Gaynor, associate professor of health management and policy at Saint Louis University, edited a book entitled "Cases on Healthcare Information Technology for Patient Care Management."
One out of every eight individuals are food insecure, and 14.6% of individuals live at or below the poverty line in S.D., according to Feeding South Dakota, a hunger relief organization fighting to eliminate hunger in S.D.
Dana Hoff of Dakota State University accepts a My Boss is a Patriot Award from Andrew Martinmaas.
Minneapolis' Mixed Blood Theatre's production of Daughters of Africa will be performed at the DSU Science Center Auditorium on Monday, Feb. 25th, at 7:00 p.m. This music driven history of the triumphs and accomplishments of African American women was written for Mixed Blood Theatre by award-winning playwright Syl Jones.