NSU TRIO SSS Director attends COE Executive Leadership Institute at Yale University

Laci Hettick

ABERDEEN, S.D. – From October 6-9, Northern State University’s Laci Hettick joined upcoming leaders of state and regional educational opportunity chapters at Yale University in New Haven, CT, for the Council for Opportunity in Education’s(COE) third annual Executive Leadership Institute for College Opportunity Professionals– a convening of leaders discussing how issues of economic inequality affect education.

NSU students hosting ‘Gaming Through Life’ event

ABERDEEN, S.D. – Students in a Northern State University public relations class are hosting an awareness event next week for Northern’s sociology program.

“Gaming Through Life” will take place at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 19, in the lobby of Great Plains East residence hall.

Attendees can learn about Northern’s sociology program while eating pizza and playing video games.

All students are welcome to this free event.

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NSU Master’s in Banking and Financial Services now offered fully online

Woman sitting behind desk at bank

ABERDEEN, S.D. – Northern State University’s Banking and Financial Services master’s degree program is now offered completely online – making it even more convenient for professionals looking to advance their career.

The program used to require a summer residency, but students would often have to use vacation time to come to campus, said NSU School of Business Interim Dean Dr. Doug Ohmer. If it didn’t work out, they would have to wait an entire year before they could finish the program.

ABERDEEN, S.D. – During medical school, Dr. William Hampton was known as “the trumpet player guy”—he would often set up in the lobby of the student center and play his horn during breaks from studying.

Music and medicine are both major parts of Hampton’s life, and thanks to an educational start at Northern State University, he got to pursue both.

Dad and daughter standing in front of a Christmas tree

NSU School of Business hosting ‘Investing in Yourself’ seminars

Alumnus speaking to room of students

ABERDEEN, S.D. – The Northern State University School of Business and the NSU Phi Beta Lambda/Business Club are sponsoring a series of seminars this fall on the Northern campus.

Each session of “Investing in Yourself Student Seminars” takes place in the NSU Johnson Fine Arts Center Room 117. The series kicked off earlier this week with Northern alum Gene Lorenz presenting “Building Your Financial Capital – Investing in Your Future.”

The remaining sessions—all of which are free and open to the public—are as follows:

Open house for Northern’s Jewett Regional Science Education Center is Oct. 17

Front view of Regional Science Education Center at night

ABERDEEN, S.D. – The open house for Northern State University’s new Harvey C. Jewett IV Regional Science Education Center is now scheduled for 5-7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 17.

The science center is located at the corner of Twelfth Avenue Southeast and South State Street. Self-led tours will be encouraged, with students and faculty stationed throughout the building to show off each feature.

Schmidt to hold senior recital Oct. 27 at Northern State University

Female student standing on the campus green

ABERDEEN, S.D. – Northern State University student Tabitha Schmidt will have her senior recital at 1 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 27, in the Johnson Fine Arts Center Harvey and Cynthia Jewett Theater.

Schmidt, a percussionist, will perform “Suite for Timpani” by David Mancini, “Chakalaka” by Francisco Perez, “Prelude and Blues” by Ney Rosauro and “2+1” by Ivan Trevino. Also performing will be Sara Krebsbach; Matej Cip and Dylan Unruh (duet); Adam Henning, Aldous Ulvog, and Dr. Travis Netzer (trio); and NSU alum Luke Bergjord.


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