Alan Montgomery, DSU professor of digital arts and design, does not let geography get in the way of sharing his passion for art with others around the world. Montgomery has been featured in exhibits across the country from New York to Arizona and many other states in between.
DSU professor featured on Keloland story about personal email privacy.
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.
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."
The inaugural presentation of a new monthly colloquium series at DSU will be given by Dr. Michael Gaylor, Assistant Professor of Chemistry on Thursday, Feb. 21st at 4:00 p.m.
"Taxi," a black and white photo by DSU associate professor of art, Thomas Jones, is featured in a catalog entitled "portfolio [+30]." The catalog is comprised of images featured in the "it's all here in black and white" art show and others images that the jurors found to be worthy of recognition.
Recently, Jeff Howard, assistant professor of game development and design at Dakota State University, attended the Game Developers' Conference (GDC 2013) in San Francisco, Calif.