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CFRN parenting classes set for Brookings, Huron, Watertown in March

The Child and Family Resource Network at South ֱ State University will hold four parenting classes throughout March to focus on helping parents discover what their children’s behaviors could mean.

Walsh to present faculty recital March 3

Michael Walsh, professor of music at South ֱ State University, will present a recital, “As Voice, With Voice, In Voice,” at 7 p.m. Sunday, March 3, in the Oscar Larson Performing Arts Center’s Founders Recital Hall.

Howard to present senior recital

Josh Howard, a senior majoring in music studies, will present his senior recital at 4 p.m. Sunday, March 3, in the Oscar Larson Performing Arts Center’s Founders Recital Hall on the South ֱ State University campus.

SDSU to host ‘Killers of the Flower Moon’ Community Read events

A series of events featuring the bestselling book “Killers of the Flower Moon” this semester will culminate April 5, when author David Grann will give a lecture on the South ֱ State University campus. The events — Community Read discussions, a free movie screening and the author lecture — are all part of SDSU’s School of English and Interdisciplinary Studies’ first-ever Community Read.

Bergstrom recognized by New Jersey Chapter of American Society of Landscape Architects

Jeremiah Bergstrom, lecturer of landscape architecture in the South ֱ State University School of Design, has received a top award from the New Jersey Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects for a collaborative project on rising floodwaters.

School of Communication and Journalism welcomes new faculty

The South ֱ State University School of Communication and Journalism will welcome two new faculty hires beginning fall 2024.

SDSU faculty recognized for excellence

The annual South ֱ State University Celebration of Faculty Excellence recognized 30 faculty members, researchers and scientists Tuesday. The event honors faculty members in the university's colleges for outstanding research, teaching and service.

SDSU student investigates relationship between wildflowers, cattle

South ֱ State University student Kaitlyn Preszler conducted research on the relationship between cattle and wildflowers in South ֱ.

Trautner named February’s Civil Service Employee of the Month

Amy Trautner, an early childhood enrichment training specialist for the Child and Family Resource Network, has been named South ֱ State University’s Civil Service Employee of the Month for February.

Save the peels: How bananas can be used to fight the plastic waste crisis

Srinivas Janaswamy, associate professor of food chemistry, has demonstrated how banana peels can be utilized to create biodegradable films — plastic-like material that will decompose in the environment and may one day replace petroleum-based plastic as the dominant food packaging material.