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SDSU event encourages high schoolers as future educators to address shortage

SDSU event encourages high schoolers as future educators to address shortage

Anna Lockrem, Reporter March 7, 2023

South Dakota State University hosted its annual Educators Rising Expo in the Student Union Friday, March 3. This all-day event hosted 20 schools, 110 students, 20 chaperones and 25 volunteers which...

Mechanical engineering majors Maddie Mingo (from left), James Smith and Eric Beehler place controls onto a defibrillator board in a College of Nursing simulation lab.

Departments collab to improve classroom accuracy

Jacob Boyko, News Editor February 1, 2022

In South Dakota State University nursing labs, students practice realistic simulations of scenarios they will likely face on the job. But there was one problem: there wasn’t an easy way to accurately...

Kendra Goplin hosted many after school programs on Thursday afternoon, during the lesson pictured above, she demonstrated how to plant Mother’s Day pots.

SDSU agriculture education major wins national award at convention

Adrienne Lipinski, Reporter November 16, 2021

​​An SDSU student who grew up on a crop farm in Wisconsin was a big winner at the 94th National Future Farmers of America (FFA) Convention last month in Indianapolis. Kendra Goplin, a freshman from...

Editorial: Unpaid internships are medieval

Editorial: Unpaid internships are medieval

Collegian Editorial Board February 11, 2020

Apprenticeships are one of the longest practiced methods of education in human history. During the Middle Ages, European apprenticeships usually entailed a young student committing a certain amount of...

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