Guided last fall by USD biology professor Sue Lowery, Mater Dei Science Academy students learned how exercise enhances aerobic performance in different varieties of fish...
Holocaust museums and memorials across the globe tell the stories of survivors, of those who saw and lived a horror beyond imagination, whose lives were shattered and never again returned to normalcy. These recollections have largely shaped the way historians andglobal citizens view, and have learned from, the atrocities of the Holocaust. Few stories, however, are recorded of those who were part of the American liberation, and who helped shape
Most business schools would be happy to add just one internationally recognized scholar to their faculty, but USD managed to land two of the biggest names in one year.
Earning a PhD in nursing was always a dream for Karen McGurk. Problem was, taking out thousands of dollars in loans wasn’t an option. “It would have been too much of a burden on my family,” the 58-year-old says. But thanks to a federal program designed to ease the nursing shortage, she proudly received her PhD in May.