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USF scholar explores resilience during WWII
Professor Stephen Jackson is stepping out of his area of expertise to explore a new topic that hits close to home: the history of University of Sioux Falls, formerly Sioux Falls College, during World War II.
USF accounting students impact local community through VITA
- May 25, 2017
The words “tax season” can strike fear in the hearts of busy families, but for USF students who volunteer in the Sioux Falls Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program (VITA), it means both real-life work experience and community service.
USF to celebrate its largest-ever graduating class
- May 19, 2017
The University of Sioux Falls will award 481 total degrees on Sunday, May 21 at the Washington Pavilion of Arts and Science, which is its largest-ever graduating class.
Nursing graduates to be recognized at Pinning Ceremony
- May 19, 2017
The University of Sioux Falls will recognize graduating nursing students for their accomplishments and welcome them into the profession of nursing at the School of Nursing Pinning Ceremony
Three USF students receive National Engaged Leader Award, 40 inducted into National Society of Leadership and Success
- May 16, 2017
Forty students were recently inducted as lifetime members into USF’s chapter of the NSLS. In addition, three students received the National Engaged Leader Award in recognition of their commitment to chapter activities and community service.
Stephanie Myers ’03 named Avera McKennan Employee of the Year
- May 12, 2017
Stephanie Myers, a physical therapist with Avera Therapy, exemplifies Avera’s core values of compassion, hospitality and stewardship—values that were strengthened in her during her time at USF.
USF announces top honorees for scholarship and service in ‘Spirit of Excellence’ ceremony
Even without a red carpet and gold statues, the Spirit of Excellence Awards at the University of Sioux Falls is a highly anticipated celebration that draws a large crowd from the USF community to recognize students and faculty for their devotion to scholarship and contribution to service.