Learning

From higher education to lifelong learning, here’s how the Sioux Falls area is getting educated.

Tech education program sparks surprise visit

When Denny Sanford saw an article featuring tech education students at Malloy, he decided to meet them. Here’s what happened next.

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Saving cursive leads to CNN appearance for Sioux Falls business owners

Their passion for saving cursive led the owners of Montessorium to a feature on CNN.

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Game-changing marketing: It’s possible even for small businesses

Guide your marketing in the right direction with this executive education course.

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Augustana’s improved humanities space strikes right tone for liberal arts education

Augustana students will soon enjoy a refreshed humanities building that matches the level of learning that occurs inside it.

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Leadership, marketing, sales among skills offered at fall executive education program

Boost your productivity and competitiveness with three courses offered for professionals this fall in Sioux Falls through the USD Beacom School of Business executive education program.

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Tour state-of-the-art science complex at biotech mixer

Take a look at Augustana’s new Froiland Science Complex and network with the biotech industry at an event July 12.

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Thanks to major grant, Augustana is going even more green

It’s a lot of green to help the Augustana University go even greener. Here’s a look at what has been done already and what’s ahead thanks to a major grant.

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High school, college students learn skills, find jobs through public-private internship program

Thanks to state-backed programs and an employer partnership, students are getting a fantastic work experience and education at Malloy.

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Sanford donates $100 million to expand education program

Denny Sanford is donating $100 million to bring a social emotional learning program to every child in the United States.

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Former ‘Dirty Jobs’ star to promote tech ed in South Dakota

Mike Rowe, former star of TV’s “Dirty Jobs” and founder of the MikeRoweWorksFoundation, is coming to South Dakota to promote technical education and its role in addressing the state’s skilled labor shortage.

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