Fall 2014

125 years of history

Oct 8, 2014

125 years of history

A look at the key figures in the Alumni Association during its125-year existence.

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Impacting education

Oct 8, 2014

Impacting education

The Fishback Center for Early Childhood Education celebrates its 85th anniversary.

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Art & Medicine

Oct 8, 2014

Art & Medicine

Senior Megan Stuart combined her interests in art and medicine in a recent internship.

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SDSU’s impact on the state of South Dakota

Oct 8, 2014

SDSU’s impact on the state of South Dakota

Throughout the history of South Dakota, South Dakota State University has made its presence felt.

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Pharmacy family goes back generations

Oct 8, 2014

Pharmacy family goes back generations

Schmiedt and Wurtz families have keep ties to SDSU Pharmacy.

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Roger Fritz: ‘Students were my main priority’

Oct 8, 2014

Roger Fritz: ‘Students were my main priority’

Education has always been a top priority for Roger Fritz.

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Toman has covered South Dakota from all angles

Oct 8, 2014

Toman has covered South Dakota from all angles

A journalism camp at State was the impetus for Toman’s start in that field.

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Greg  Powell: city engineer, jack-of-all-trades

Oct 8, 2014

Greg Powell: city engineer, jack-of-all-trades

As a city engineer in Chamberlain, Powell oversees projects ranging from surveying and zoning ordinances to water and road financing.

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A pioneer woman

Oct 8, 2014

A pioneer woman

Esther (Masat) Preszler pioneered nurse-owned and operated health clinics in South Dakota more than a decade ago, but it’s not a trail others are blazing with her.

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State’s livestock health monitored by State grad

Oct 8, 2014

State’s livestock health monitored by State grad

Making sure few, if any, diseases impact the livestock industry is Dustin Oedekoven ’00.

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