It has been several years since Sioux Falls had a community college. Carmen Simone is out to change that.
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From higher education to lifelong learning, here’s how the Sioux Falls area is getting educated.
The Spanish flu pandemic of 1918-19 creates a framework for a fascinating event around health care coming up at Augustana University’s Center for Western Studies.
Writer and television and podcast host Alie Ward will be in Sioux Falls later this month to keynote an event designed to bring the scientific and business communities together.
The University of South Dakota is turning its presence at University Center in Sioux Falls into a new college dedicated to innovation and workforce development.
“The students are not just wrestling with ideas, they are actually creating new knowledge.” View research from 70 Augustana students and hear a fascinating keynote from a former Washington Post editor at this weekend’s Arthur Olsen Student Research Symposium.
There’s a lot to learn from how this innovator is bringing education and business together in Harrisburg: Starting with how he launched almost 20 internships for high schoolers in a matter of months.
Educating today’s workforce requires a fundamental shift in thinking about how students learn and how professionals work. That’s central to how Augustana University is envisioning academics approaching 2030.
She’s the head of the National Science Board and has worked with ExxonMobil, IBM and Pfizer. Hear from her Thursday at Dakota State University while taking a look at impressive research from students.
The nation’s top revenue-producing tutoring franchise is a family business going through big changes. Huntington Learning Center’s second-generation leader will share her experience next month in Sioux Falls.