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  • All fields: 2011-08-02
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    • Arthur L. Haines

    • University of South Dakota
    • Arthur L. Haines Ph.D., and two students work in a chemistry lab. Haines came to USD as a chemistry instructor in 1904. Organic and physiological chemistry courses were part of the Bachelor of Science in Medicine curriculum.
    • Class composites

    • University of South Dakota
    • From the left, Jerry Suelflow (1981), Tom Bower (1982) and Kevin Garvin (1982) view the “walls of fame” class composites located in the halls of the main floor of the Lee Building.
    • Coronary clinic

    • University of South Dakota
    • Students Kay Baik, Ruth Keeley, Mary Pat Lawrenson and Helen Veurink (likely in the associate nursing program) look at an electrocardiogram and watch a monitor at the head of the “patient”.
    • Dental Hygiene students

    • University of South Dakota
    • Dental hygiene students Brenda Jansen (1972) and Marge Blaue (1972) present information at the Marty, South Dakota, Indian School. The dental hygiene program was authorized July 1, 1966, and began September 1967. “We do presentations outside of...
    • Dot Guenther

    • University of South Dakota
    • Dorothy “Dot” Rohrer Guenther, an anatomy department technician, with a technicon machine setting up a review of tissue samples. The machine has since been replaced by tissue culture techniques. Guenther also took shorthand in the department...
    • Dr. Edwin H. Shaw Jr.

    • University of South Dakota
    • Edwin H. Shaw Jr. Ph.D. “Mr. Medical Education”, orients a sample of collagen before placing it in an X-ray diffractometer. He joined the staff of the Medical School in 1927, and retired in 1971. His research included the structure of collagen....
    • Emergency first aid course

    • University of South Dakota
    • Governor Frank Farrar, on the left in coat, tie, and glasses, checks into the emergency first aid course, possibly EMT training, sponsored by the state. Farrar, who was governor from 1969 to 1971, led discussions in Pierre in 1969 concerning...
    • Freshman orientation

    • University of South Dakota
    • Dr. Robert Talley and Ainsworth Hagen, Ph.D., attend freshman orientation in Vermillion. Hagen began teaching in 1983 and was chair of the Department of Physiology and Pharmacology. Talley was chair of the Department of Internal Medicine from 1975...
    • Harry Settles

    • University of South Dakota
    • Harry Settles, Ph.D., joined the School of Medicine’s Vermillion faculty in 1978, taught gross anatomy, and became course director in 1987. He was also a major contributor to the embryology section of the course and presented lectures in the...
    • James A. Burbach

    • University of South Dakota
    • James A. Burbach, Ph.D. works with an RCA EMU 3G electron microscope. Burbach began his career as assistant professor of anatomy in 1971. He also directed the electron microscopy lab and, from 1978 to 2001, was associate professor and director of...
    • Josephine C. Moore, neuro lecture

    • University of South Dakota
    • Josephine C. Moore, Ph.D., OTR, DSc., delivers a neuroanatomy lecture. Beginning her career at the Medical School in 1966, Moore was a professor in the Department of Anatomy until she retired in 1993. A neuroanatomist who applied her work to...
    • Lab tech student

    • University of South Dakota
    • Student in a Sioux Falls laboratory. McKennan and Sioux Valley hospital laboratories in Sioux Falls were used for clinical studies. The Bachelor of Science degree in medical technology created in 1942 required three years of classes and one of...
    • Lee Med greenhouse

    • University of South Dakota
    • Second year medical student Gerald Chessen with two USD undergraduates or staff employees in the Lee Med greenhouse. The greenhouse was located on the southwest side of the Lee building, and was used to raise plants for pharmacology and toxicology...


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