• Award-winning health journalist Joanne Silberner will address “Cancer in the Developing World” at 7 p.m. April 24 in the Volstorff Ballroom of the University Student Union at South Dakota State University. The lecture, which covers her award-winning work documenting cancer, is open to the public.

    Silberner to lecture on cancer in the developing world
  • Jamshed Merchant, Consul General of Canada in Minneapolis, delivered the keynote address, “Friends, Neighbours, and Allies: The Canada – U.S. Relationship,” at the annual membership meeting of the South Dakota World Affairs Council.

    “Friends, neighbors, allies” lend your ears to closest country’s leader
  • Michael McNerney, a national cybersecurity expert, is optimistic that businesses and government agencies can do a better job protecting electronic data. As he sees it, the challenge is a matter of collective resolve more than technological expertise. View McNerney’s talk at http://bit.ly/1bx4Fgt

    Cybersecurity requires efforts by government, business & consumers
  • An interested and engaged audience listened to Dr. Ahrar Ahmad, political scientist and humanities scholar from Black Hills State University, lead discussion at Briggs Library on R.E. Peters’ book “The Children of Abraham: Judaism, Christianity, Islam.

    Children of Abraham – 11-19-13

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