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Tony Perlinski Perlinski discusses ecosystems during Graves Lecture

March 4, 2015

Anthony Perlinski, assistant professor in the Chadron State College applied sciences department, spoke about using scales of time and space when studying and managing ecosystems during his Graves Lecture Tuesday night. He showed a slide documenting stages of vegetation recovery on the … Read more

History Day entries reach all-time high

March 2, 2015

Chadron State College hosted 91 students competing in the Western Nebraska District History Day Competition Feb. 27. The number of entries was 30 percent higher than last year, according to Sarah Polak, judging coordinator and director of the Mari Sandoz High Plains … Read more

Suarez and Zeiss reappointed to NSCS Board of Trustees

March 2, 2015

The Nebraska Legislature confirmed the reappointment of Michelle Suarez, Lincoln, and Jess Zeiss, Omaha, to the Nebraska State College System (NSCS) Board of Trustees Thursday. The seven-member board is responsible for the governance and policy oversight of the NSCS, which includes Chadron, … Read more

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Rural Health Opportunities Program participants, alternates announced

March 2, 2015

Jill Mack, director of the Chadron State College Health Professions Program, has announced the names of 29 incoming CSC freshmen who have been selected to be … Read more

Professors utilize 'Road to Promised Land'

February 28, 2015

Two Chadron State College faculty members took the opportunity to connect student coursework with a visit to the Road to the Promised Land exhibit in the … Read more

PostSecret founder: ‘Listening and sharing can save lives’

February 27, 2015

Frank Warren, founder and curator of PostSecret.com, the world’s largest advertisement-free blog, shared some of the one million secrets he has received in a Chadron State … Read more

Perlinski to present Graves Lecture

February 27, 2015

Anthony Perlinski, assistant professor in the Applied Sciences department, will be the featured Graves Lecture Series speaker Tuesday in the King Library. The title of his talk … Read more

CSC production of ‘Extremities’ begins conversations

February 26, 2015

When Chadron State College assistant professor of theatre Scott Cavin sent an email to faculty and staff several months ago asking to start a campus wide … Read more

Project Strive/TRiO names January Student of the Month

February 25, 2015

Annie Johnson, a sophomore from Martin, South Dakota, has been named the Project Strive/TRiO Student of the Month for January. The elementary education major said she chose … Read more

National presenter addresses child care providers conference

February 24, 2015

Featured keynote speaker at the 26th Annual Early Childhood Conference, Dan St. Romain, kicked off the free Friday presentation for the public with a flurry of … Read more

Students, faculty attend 'Meet the Pros' conference

February 22, 2015

Six Chadron State College Art and Graphic design students and seven Communication Arts and Public Relations students attended the 2015 Meet the Pros Conference sponsored by … Read more

Herbarium director explains relict species

February 22, 2015

The first Graves Lecture of the spring semester featured Steve Rolfsmeier, director of the High Plains Herbarium at Chadron State College. The lecture can be seen … Read more

Record number to attend History Day contest

February 19, 2015

Chadron State College will host the largest ever Western Nebraska District History Day Competition Feb. 27. The competition will start at 9 a.m. with Performance, Documentaries and … Read more