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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.
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State University, South Dakota, "College of Nursing" (2017). College of Nursing Magazine. 8.