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South Dakota State University

As of July 1, 2009, South Dakota State University’s College of Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS), College of Education and Counseling (CEC) and Department of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation (HPER) have officially joined to become a new college – the College of Education & Human Sciences.  Current departments in EHS include the following eight: Design, Merchandising, and Consumer Sciences (DMCS) – with majors in Interior Design, Apparel Merchandising, and Consumer Affairs; Human Development (HD) – with majors in Early Childhood Education, Human Development and Family Studies, and Family and Consumer Sciences Education; and Nutrition, Food Science, and Hospitality (NFSH) – with majors in Nutrition and Food Science, and Hotel and Foodservice Management,  Counseling and Human Resource Development (M.Ed. and M.S. degrees only), Educational Leadership (M.Ed.), Teacher Education, Aviation, and Health, Physical Education, and Recreation (HPER). Since undergraduates in the College of CEC declare a major in their content area, there is no way of estimating baccalaureate students for the college.  With similar missions and areas of focus, the joining of these two colleges and department show promise for rich collaboration and success.  

Additionally, SDSU has recently received approval from the SD Board of Regents to begin planning a new Master’s of Architecture Program; essentially a 4+2 program of an undergraduate degree in Architectural Studies followed by two years of graduate work yielding a Master’s of Architecture Degree. While this new program will likely not sit in the new college, because of the strong interior design program, faculty and leadership within the Department of DMCS have been closely involved in the planning process.

Continuation of USDA Challenge Grant

Project title: Collaborative Development of Global Fiber, Fabric, and Related Products Industry based Problem-Solving Modules for Undergraduates Investigator: Nancy Nelson Hodges, University of North Carolina, Greensboro; Jane E. Hegland, South Dakota State University; Elena Karpova, Iowa State University; Gwendolyn O’Neal, University of North Carolina, Greensboro; Source: USDA Challenge Grant Date: 2007-2010 Amount: $327,386

Publications, Proceedings, Scholarly Presentations and Posters

Hodges, N.N., Watchravesringkan, K., O’Neal, G., Hegland, J.E., Karpova, E., Kadolph, S., (2009). The globalization of the textile and apparel industries: Implications for international collaborations in higher education. NACTA/SERD poster presentation, Stillwater, OK.

Hodges, N.N., O’Neal, G., Hegland, J.E., Karpova, E., Kadolph, S., Watchravesringkan, K. (2008). The globalization of the textile and apparel industries: Implications for international collaborations in higher education.  ITAA Proceedings.

Hodges, N.N., O’Neal, G., Hegland, J.E., Karpova, E., Kadolph, S., Watchravesringkan, K. (2008). The globalization of the textile and apparel industries: Implications for international collaborations in higher education.  ITAA presentation; Schaumberg, IL.

Master’s & PhD Theses & Dissertations

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