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A creative force of mass proportions, the Northern State University Art Department has left its mark, or brushstroke, nearly everywhere you look on campus, in the community and even on a global scale. From the brilliant exhibitions displayed throughout the Northern Galleries to the masses of yarn that can be found around campus when the Art Club “yarnifies” NSU, there is certainly no shortage of creativity flowing into and out of the NSU Art Department.

NSU men’s basketball team makes historic national championship appearance in home state

 

For Northern State University, 2018 will be remembered as the year the men’s basketball team united the state of South Dakota with an electrifying national championship appearance at the Sanford Pentagon in Sioux Falls.

The Wolves made history with a record-breaking season that drew an unprecedented level of hometown support – and “hometown” extended far beyond the borders of the NSU campus.

Student Spotlight: Carley Kueter

Carley Kueter, an elementary education major at Northern State University, is truly passionate about teaching.

Originally from Brandon, Kueter came to NSU for the school’s reputation of being the best university to inspire young educators.

 

Faculty Snapshot: David Grettler

Dr. David Grettler is a history professor in the College of Arts and Sciences at NSU. Originally from Erie, Pa., Grettler was a historical archaeologist at the University of Delaware for 15 years before he became a professor at Northern.

NSU NEWS UPDATE – June 4, 2018

Welcome to the NSU News Update - providing information on events happening on campus or involving NSU students, staff and faculty. 

NSU NEWS UPDATE – May 29, 2018

Welcome to the NSU News Update - providing information on events happening on campus or involving NSU students, staff and faculty.

NSU students, professor part of research that could lead to cure for Huntington’s

While her friends are working typical summer jobs, Northern State University student Cindy Venegas is spending her summer conducting research for a project that could lead to a cure for Huntington’s disease.

“It’s very cool,” said Venegas, an Aberdeen native pursuing a bachelor’s degree in biology and an associate’s in biotechnology. “It’s amazing to be able to do research as a sophomore in college.”

 

Originally from Huron, South Dakota, NSU psychology major Matthew Mayfield was a quiet high schooler, participating in Boy Scouts and soccer, but mostly keeping to himself and rarely speaking out in class. 

Albeit his shy demeanor, Mayfield quickly found himself coming out of his shell when he enrolled at Northern State University's School of Education for psychology..

Time management: A skill required by most individuals to ensure their day goes as planned. Even so, few can compare to the time management skills of recent Northern State University spring graduate Lindsey Brooks. 

As a full-time student at NSU, Research Analyst for Hartlend Capitol and regional market manager for CBO, business owner of “ModernMama Design Co.” and mother of one, Brooks often finds herself with a full schedule.

As a high school dropout, Shane Haley earned his GED at 16 years old. But by age 25, he was still working six days a week at a Cracker Barrel until he was 25, he struggled to make ends meet for rent.

“I knew things weren’t going to change unless I did something different,” explained Haley, a native of Houston, Texas. “One day I was chatting with my mom on the phone when she mentioned that there was a college in Aberdeen, where she was living. So, I took the opportunity and moved in with her.”

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