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Jul 10, 2020
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South Dakota Board of Regents

None of South Dakota’s public universities are planning to require masks in the fall semester. Instead, they’re strongly encouraging masks by setting an example through social media and other platforms. 

PoliSci Profs: Policing & Protests

Jun 11, 2020

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Joining us are Lisa Hager, assistant professor of Political Science at South Dakota State University, and David Wiltse, an associate professor of Political Science at South Dakota State University.​​

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BOR Condenses Fall Semester in Response to COVID-19

Jun 4, 2020
South Dakota Board of Regents

The Board of Regents has new information about the fall semester for the state’s six public universities. Students will start classes a few days earlier and finish in-person classes by Thanksgiving. 

Janelle Toman  is the communications director for the Regents. She says students will take their final exams remotely after the Thanksgiving holiday. It’s up to individual universities and programs to determine any other adjustments to their fall calendar.

You Can’t Get COVID From Mosquitoes

May 27, 2020
SDSU Extension

Mosquito Season is nearly upon us. The good news? You can’t get COVID from Mosquitoes.

“There is currently zero evidence that suggests you can get COVID-19 from a mosquito bite,” says Amanda Bachmann.

Amanda Bachmann is the Pesticide Education and Urban Entomology Field Specialist for SDSU Extension. West Nile Virus is transmitted to humans by mosquitoes, Bachmann says extensive research into other corona viruses, like SARS have researchers saying COVID-19 cannot be transmitted by mosquitoes or other insects.

Grief, Collective and Individual

May 14, 2020
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All of us will experience loss in our lives. Perhaps never before have so many of us experienced loss, and fear of loss, at the same time. We're starting a conversation today about grief -- how we make sense of it, how we experience it, maybe even how we prepare for it. Joining us today to get the conversation started we welcome Dr. Marla Muxen. She's a grief researcher and retired professor from SDSU specializing in grief counseling. 

PoliSci Profs: COVID & Our Political Institutions

May 14, 2020

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Is government shrinking or growing? How is the American presidency changing? And how is the pandemic peeling back the curtain of the capacity of the administrative branch? It's been quite a year in national politics. Helping us sort through the noise and think more broadly about the times we are living in, we welcome Lisa Hager and David Wiltse back to In the Moment.  Wiltse is an Associate Professor of Political Science at South Dakota State University. Hager is an Assistant Professor of Political Science, also at SDSU. 

Religion & Spirituality During Pandemics

Apr 30, 2020
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For many of us, living during a pandemic has become an act of courage and an exercise in reevaluation. We are rethinking how we eat, how we love, and what we believe is essential.   George Tsakiridis holds a Ph.D. in Religion and Science. He is a Senior Lecturer in Philosophy and Religion at South Dakota State University, as well as an actor/filmmaker.

Saikat Basu, Ph.D. / Researcher from SDSU / Masks

Apr 24, 2020
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South Dakota State University assistant mechanical engineering professor Saikat Basuhas a vision of a mask with a reusable respirator that captures and kills the novel coronavirus. He is a member of a team of mulit-institutional researchers that will design and develop this respirator. Saikut Basu joins us with more on this vision. 

Morning Macro With Joe Santos

Apr 13, 2020
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Remember when the U.S. economy was in the "longest peacetime expansion in U.S. history?" Well, the novel coronavirus has changed more than one equation. What happens next? Joe Santos is a Professor of Economics and Dykhouse Scholar of Money, Banking, and Regulation in the Ness School of Management and Economics at SDSU. He joins us for today's Morning Macro segment. You can follow along online at Joe's website: schooleddotblog.com. 

 

Morning Macro: Will Our Economy Bounce Back?

Mar 30, 2020
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Americans watch the devastating economic impact of the pandemic disruption, but South Dakotans want to know what's happening here at home.  Joe Santos is a Professor of Economics and Dykhouse Scholar of Money, Banking, and Regulation in the Ness School of Management and Economics at SDSU. You can follow along at his blog schooled.blog.com.  

The Potential Role Of Health Care Students

Mar 19, 2020
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Dr. Krogh has served on the board of directors for the National Board of Certification and Recertification for Nurse Anesthetists, and led teams charged with creating a number of certifications for nurses. She currently serves as the dean of nursing and health science at SDSU. She joins us today to discuss the current and potential role of SDSU's nursing students, and healthcare students more broadly, during this pandemic we are currently facing.

COVID-19 & The Democratic Primaries

Mar 19, 2020
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South Dakota Public Broadcasting brings you the latest on the coronavirus pandemic and how it is impacting South Dakota public health, supply chains, and economy. We're also talking about the politics of the pandemic.

How is COVID-19 affecting the democratic primaries?

Lisa Hager is an assistant professor of Political Science at South Dakota State University, and David Wiltse, he's an associate professor of Political Science at South Dakota State University.​​

Morning Macro: Federal Reserve Reacts To COVID-19

Mar 16, 2020
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The Federal Reserve acted aggressively over the weekend, slashing interest rates to near zero in an attempt to soothe the U.S. economic turmoil. 

Joe Santos is a professor of economics and Dykhouse Scholar of Money, Banking, and Regulation in the Ness School of Management and Economics at SDSU. He joins us for this week's Morning Macro segment. You can follow along on his website: Schooleddotblog.com.  

Morning Macro With Joe Santos

Jan 27, 2020
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The American economy is still in its expansion phase, even though that expansion is relatively weak. But does the U.S. have a capital formation problem?

Joe Santos is a professor of economics and Dykhouse Scholar of Money, Banking, and Regulation in the Ness School of Management and Economics at SDSU. You can find his Morning Macro blog online at Schooleddotblog.com. He joins us for a look at the macroeconomy and how it impacts you. 

SDSU: Serving Native Students

Jan 15, 2020
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President Trump recently signed the 2020 Ag Appropriations Bill, which includes a new provision for Native American students in higher education. The New Beginning for Tribal Students provision offers matching federal funds to land grant universities that dedicate resources to Native students. 

Morning Macro With Joe Santos

Jan 13, 2020
SDPB

In The Moment ... January 13, 2020 Show 732 Hour 1 What are macroeconomists thinking and dreaming of these days? Earlier this month the American Economic Association held its annual meeting and three-day conference in San Diego California and our own Joe Santos was there. He's a professor in the Department of Economics at South Dakota State University and each week he brings us the Morning Macro, both here on In the Moment and online at Schooleddotblog.com.    

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What is the status of impeachment? Why are we seeing this delay in the articles being sent to the senate? How is congress reacting to the situation in Iran?  Lisa Hager is an assistant professor of Political Science at South Dakota State University, and David Wiltse, associate professor of Political Science at South Dakota State University join us.  

Politics and public policy reporting is supported by The Center for Western Studies at Augustana University

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Palliative care helps relieve symptoms of serious illnesses, but it's not a one-size-fits-all method of specialized care. It's also not always accessible in areas where it's needed most. 

Great Plains Tribal Chairmen's Health Board, Jackie Hendry, SDSU

Palliative care can relieve symptoms of serious illnesses like cancer. But despite high cancer rates on reservations, this specialized care is difficult to access.

A research partnership among South Dakota State University, Massachusetts General Hospital, Avera Health and others is working to develop palliative care options on three of South Dakota’s reservations. The research includes work with community members to ensure culturally-appropriate care.

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South Dakota State University

A South Dakota State University assistant professor is using her resources to help aid in combating the opioid crisis.

 

Jenifer Ball teaches pharmacy practice at SDSU and is using a $200,000 grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration to help increase providers of medication assisted treatment against opioid addiction across the state.

 

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  A program to recruit and retain Native college students in South Dakota has won the Bush Prize for Community Innovation.  The Wokini Initiative through South Dakota State University is one of five organizations in the region to receive funding. 

 

Shana Harming is the Wokini and Tribal Relations Director at South Dakota State University. She says the focus of the Wokini Initiative is to increase the number of Native American graduates in the school. Part of that means recruiting Native students at home-which is what Wokini’s SDSU to You program does. 

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SDPB continues our Future of Farming conversation with Van C. Kelley, Department Head of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering at South Dakota State University. The ABE Department focuses on identifying and improving food production systems and available resources for an "enhanced agricultural future."

Kelley joins In The Moment from the Jeanine Basinger Studio in Brookings to discuss new technologies, applications, and methods that have been emerging in agriculture.

Nate Wek: ESPN College GameDay At SDSU

Oct 23, 2019
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ESPN College GameDay originates from South Dakota State University in Brookings on Saturday (much to the consternation of Wisconsin and Ohio State fans)!

SDPB Sports and Rec reporter Nate Wek details the exciting news. He also discusses high school soccer.

ESPN College Gameday

The ESPN program “College Gameday” is broadcasting live from Brookings this Saturday.

 

The popular college football broadcast will showcase the “Dakota Marker” game between third ranked South Dakota State and current FCS Champions North Dakota State.

 

Jason Hove is the Sports Information Director at SDSU. He says the excitement on campus continues to grow as the week progresses.

 

Feeding South Dakota

John Stiegelmeier is the head football coach for South Dakota State University.  He and his wife are partnering with Feeding South Dakota.

This is an organization that provides relief to families experiencing food insecurity

The Stiegelmeiers will match donations made to the organization’s programs to combat child hunger.

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Native Voices: Native People's Concepts of Health and Illness explores the ties between wellness, illness, and cultural life for Native Americans.

The exhibit, on display through June 5 at South Dakota State University, shares stories drawn from both past and present to examine how health for Native people is tied to community, land, and spirit.

Emmeline Weber, Operations Manager of the Hilton M. Briggs Library at SDSU, visits about the exhibit.

Joe Santos Explains Yield Curves

Apr 1, 2019

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What exactly is the yield curve, and does an inverted yield curve foreshadow a coming recession?

South Dakota State University macroeconomics professor Joe Santos joins In The Moment for Morning Macro. You can follow at schooleddotblog.com.

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The Summit League Basketball Tournament begins Saturday at the Sanford Premier Center in Sioux Falls.

South Dakota State University's men and women are both seeded first. Meanwhile, the University of South Dakota women are the second seed and ranked 25th nationally.

Jay Elsen is calling games for Midco Sports Network. He joins In The Moment with a Summit League Tournament preview.

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