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South Dakota State University
[Page] 2 ANEW grant placings
[Page] 6 Student room at Brookings Health System
[Page] 8 Partnership with the VA
[Page] 9 Essen Makes Most of College Life
[Page] 11 Nursing Impacts ROTC competitions
[Page] 12 Lineman Looking after Little Ones
[Page] 13 Farewell Fahrenwald
[Page] 16 Olson Returns as Interim Dean
[Page] 17 Rapid City Renamed
[Page] 18 Retirees
[Page] 20 New Faces
[Page} 23 Distinguished Deans' Lecture
[Page] 24 Buxton Advocates Nursing Conclerge
[Page] 25 Ehlers' Unplanned Journey
[Page] 26 Meeting led to Jenkin's Degree at State
[Page] 27 Education was Part of Mueller's Plan
[Page] 28 College of Nursing Scholarship
[Page] 29 SDSU Foundation
South Dakota State University
Called to serve:
Profiles of student nurses who became military health professionals.
[Page] 2 Meet Dolores (Gleich) Pogrebniak and Nick Westphalen, two Army Student Nurse Program participants on opposite ends of the chronological spectrum.
[Page] 3 Deployment delays nurse practitioner studies for Alex Kalsbeck.
[Page] 3 Commissioning to Navy Nurse Corps gave faculty member the opportunity to serve U.S. president, other dignitaries.
[Page] 4 Undergrad Nick Westphalen credits time management for being able to meet the demands of ROTC training and a nursing degree.
[Page] 5 Asha Wyatt: ‘Who better to serve than my country?’
[Page] 5 Bruce Kyllonen: ‘Rewards … will be more than worth it.’
[Page] 6 Veterans John Mills, David Cole find rewarding careers as nurses at Sioux Falls VA.
[Page] 8 Bostic twins find National Guard the perfect prep course for nursing.
[Page] 9 Naval career helps Sara Weelborg find her calling in psychiatric nursing. Features:
[Page] 10 Camp Gilbert experience connected accelerated students with diabetic children.
[Page] 12 On the other side of the table. Recent grads return as recruiters at job fair.
[Page] 14 Jonas Scholars: Alexandra Draisey, Shannon O’Connell-Persaud, Travis Erickson selected for 2016-17 award.
[Page]16 Ela Nielsen develops broader perspective as president of South Dakota Nursing Student Association.
[Page] 18 New faces to the College of Nursing
[Page] 20 K Reeder honored by the American Heart Association.
[Page] 20 Five State grads honored by South Dakota Nurses Association.
[Page] 21 College makes list for AffordableCollegesOnline.org.
[Page] 22 Accreditation granted to doctor of nursing practice, advanced practice programs. Alumni
[Page] 26 First graduate— Rachel Foss. Daughter recalls the pioneering journey of her mom, a 1936 graduate.
[Page] 28 Distinguished Alum — Karen (Billars) Heusinkveld, UT-Arlington professor, honored by SDSU.
[Page] 29 Stacey Tait-Goodale— Development director recalls how her military experience challenged her in nursing school.
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[Page] 2 South Dakota State alumni contributed to “The House of Nursing” as it supported the passing of SB61.
[Page] 4 Graduates lead the South Dakota Board of Nursing.
[Page] 5 Damgaard and Young create virtual nursing-care model. 6 Soholt’s drive helped pass SB61.
[Page] 7 Berkland’s career now has her in executive role for Sanford Health.
[Page] 8 Students attend national summit in D.C.
[Page] 10 Researchers review tobacco-free policies for state’s health-care facilities.
[Page] 12 Social media campaign helps living kidney donations among Native Americans.
[Page] 14 Three students present at NANAINA.
[Page] 16 Hansen receives Distinguished Service Award.
[Page] 17 College receives grant to develop rural providers.
[Page] 18 Assistant deans named for Sioux Falls and Aberdeen.
[Page] 19 Varilek named to GNSA Leadership Council.
[Page] 20 Moller delivers Deans’ Distinguished Lecture.
[Page] 22 Stuefen named a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Scholar.
[Page] 23 Nenaber named nation's top clerical nurse specialist.
[Page] 24 Four new scholarships awarded.
[Page] 25 Stacey Tait-Goodale — Development director talks about Wagner Hall’s potential third-floor renovations.
Dave Graves, Karissa Kuhle, and Emily Weber
[Page] 2 — Path to awarding graduate degrees has been worth the effort.
[Page] 6 — Work/work balance—Faculty members discuss teaching and health-care careers.
[Page] 10 — Finding her niche: A class section spurs Kim Nearhood to find her passion.
[Page] 12 — West River Nursing Program graduates first DNP class.
[Page] 13 — Certified nurse midwife Brenna Tate gets to experience miracles.
[Page]14 — Lesley Cook and Julie Jones found ideal careers with VA.
[Page] 16 — It took some time but Susan Leddy found a role she loves.
[Page] 17 — Grant Jaspers makes the most of recent degree.
[Page] 18 — Brenda Andersen plays a major role in care of Jackrabbits.
[Page] 20 — Donelle King enjoys the relationships made as a DNP.
[Page] 22 - Stenvig receives multiple honors.
[Page] 23- College receives grants to impact health care.
[Page] 26- Baker and Cundy named to 100 Great Iowa Nurses 2015 listing.
[Page] 28- In memoriam.
[Page] 29- Stacey Tait-Goodale: Be part of a gift transformation.
South Dakota State University
Features: Impact of partnerships
[Page] 2 — College holds first partnership summit.
[Page] 4 — Wikaske Alliance has been busy in first year of existence.
[Page] 5 — Career fairs popular with students and industry.
[Page] 6 — Betty Ferrell discussess spirituality in nursing.
[Page] 7 — Kate Lorig delivers Deans’ Distinguished Lecture.
[Page] 8 — State plays a major role in International Rural Nursing Conference.
[Page] 9 — Elverson and Klawiter visit Ghana and plan to return.
[Page] 10 — Tschetter and Carson travel to China to develop possible study abroad opportunities.
[Page] 12 Transfer students enjoying classes, experiences at State.
[Page] 13 2016 graduate finishes third in Miss South Dakota competition.
[Page] 14 The potential impact of forensics on nursing.
[Page] 15 Two students named Graduate Nursing Student Academy liaisons. College news
[Page] 16 Carson receives fellowship.
[Page] 17 New faces to the College of Nursing.
[Page] 22 College’s presentations and publications
[Page] 21 South Dakota Hall of Fame inducts Koerner.
[Page] 28 Ulmer named one of 2016’s 100 Great Iowa Nurses.
[Page] 28 Gilbertson receives college’s distinguished service award.
[Page] 29 Stacey Tait-Goodale The impact of endowments.
Christie Delfanian, Dave Graves, Karissa Kuhle, and Emily Weber
Impacting Public Health - SDSU’s role improving the state’s health
[Page] 2 — Students work on Crow Creek reservation.
[Page] 6 — Strengthening Native American families to help youth.
[Page] 8 — Using cultural traditions to help Native Americans.
[Page] 10 — Caring for the mind, body and spirit.
[Page] 11 — College receives Impact Award.
[Page] 12 — Examining smoke-free policies.
[Page] 14- Eight join college’s faculty.
[Page] 15- Former dean, alums receive honors.
[Page] 16- Minton moves into associate dean role.
[Page] 24- Worth receives college’s distinguished service award.
[Page]18- DNP students experience rural life.
[Page] 20- Hinsch, Kittelsrud receive Jonas Scholarships.
[Page] 20- Goodales create an endowed scholarship for an outstanding scholar.
[Page] 21- Romness Foster and Relf named SDSU Distinguished Alumni.
[Page] 22- Teamwork still part of Mason’s life 25 Dean’s Club.
[Page] 25- Stacey Tait-Goodale Help celebrate the college’s 80th anniversary.
Dave Graves and Emily Weber
Celebrating Excellence — The College of Nursing honors leaders during 80th anniversary
[Page] 2 — Photo gallery of honorees.
[Page] 6 — A brief look at the college’s history.
[Page] 12 — The first four-year class.
[Page] 14 — The gala’s honorees.
[Page] 23 — Class of 1965 gives back.
[Page] 24 — Alumni profiles.
[Page] 28- Faculty and professional staff publications.
[Page] 30- Faculty and student awards and honors.
[Page] 31- Deans’ distinguished lecture.
[Page] 32- College honors.
[Page] 32- In memoriam.
[Page] 33- Stacey Tait-Goodale Thank you for making the 80th Gala a success.
Christie Delfanian, Dave Graves, Karissa Kuhle, Eric Landwehr, and Emily Weber
Impacting Diversity — SDSU’s role touches the state.
[Page] 2 — Kills Pretty Enemy’s risk-taking style enables her pursuit of doctorate.
[Page] 4 — Schumacher’s worldly views gives her a perspective on health care.
[Page] 6 — Grimshaw’s passion for patients fuels her nursing career.
[Page] 7 — Silva Youpee gravitated toward health care.
[Page] 8 — Degree allows Lone Elk to navigate numerous career moves.
[Page] 10 — Burns takes nontraditional route to teaching and leadership.
[Page] 11 — Conroy knows nurses play a key role in patient education.
[Page] 12- Symposium addresses American Indian nursing education.
[Page] 16- Publications by faculty and professional staff.
[Page] 19- Robin Arends — State welcomes six faculty and a head of nursing student services.
[Page] 20- Grant and award recipients.
[Page] 22- 80th anniversary — Calendar of events.
[Page] 14- Amanda Nenaber — Will to succeed still powers Nightingale winner.
[Page] 25- Stacey Tait-Goodale — Looks to help lead college for next 80 years.