Gov. Kristi Noem is encouraging businesses to open their doors to high school sophomores next year for what she’s calling a “Week of Work.”
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From higher education to lifelong learning, here’s how the Sioux Falls area is getting educated.
It’s hard to believe, but true: There’s a newly proven method to sharpen your attention, awareness and other cognitive abilities in a way that will help you at work and in your daily life. Students at DSU are finding out about it firsthand.
POET awards scholarships to students who have ambitious dreams and goals, from tackling climate change, to providing clean water to young women in developing countries, to running programs for vulnerable inner-city youth.
“When people have a broad knowledge of where they work, they’re more effective at their jobs.” Congrats to DSU for creating a program for new employees that could serve as a model for others.
The USD Community College for Sioux Falls will start adding courses for professionals this month, with a schedule that includes classes on business writing, presentations and supervision.
Dakota State University’s plans for a massive new athletics complex just got a $10 million jump-start from First Premier Bank, Premier Bankcard and Miles and Lisa Beacom.
From Alaska to North Carolina – and, of course, Sioux Falls in between – students at the USD Beacom School of Business have immersed themselves in learning this summer.