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assifieds get the job done! adcaster W. Cherry St. 624-4429 Broadcaster Press 5 November 21, 2017 www.broadcasteronline.com Campus And Community South Dakota’s “Mount Rushmore’s American Pride” Float Representatives To Assist Appears In The Annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade® PIERRE, S.D. — R&B icon Smokey Robinson will perform The South Dakota Department of Tourism is comprised American the South Dakota In The University Of on the “Mount Rushmore’sParade®. Pride” float in the 91st of Tourism andSecretary James D.Arts Council. The DepartMacy’s Thanksgiving Day ment is led by Hagen. For the eighth year in a row, the “Mount Rushmore’s South Dakota American Pride” float will appear in the parade. An estimated 3 million spectators will watch from New York while more than 50 million television viewers watch nationwide. Presidential Search The goal of this effort by the Department of Tourism is to PIERRE, SD – Campus and community representatives have been appointed to assist the South Dakota Board of Regents in its search for the next president at the University of South Dakota. USD’s second longest serving president, James W. Abbott, will retire in June of 2018. “Campus and community leaders have an important voice in the search process. They will help us identify the qualities and skills needed in the next president to lead the University of South Dakota,” said Regent Kevin Schieffer, who will chair the search. Other regents on the search committee are Pam Roberts and Joan Wink, with Regents President Bob Sutton serving in an ex-officio capacity. The campus and community representatives and the constituencies they represent are: •Community--Nate Welch, executive director, Vermillion Area Chamber of Commerce and Development Company •USD Foundation—Ryan Taylor, partner, Cutler Law Firm, LLP; Judith Meierhenry, retired South Dakota Supreme Court Justice •Alumni—Torrey Sundall, senior director of corporate contracting, Sanford Health •Administration—Scott Pohlson, vice president for enrollment, marketing, and university relations •Civil Service Employees—Binnie Goodwin, program assistant II, Civil Service Advisory Council president, and Regental Civil Service Advisory Council vice president •Non-Faculty Exempt Employees—Cheryl Tiahrt, assistant vice president of technology •Faculty—Allen Madison, associate professor of law; Beth Boyd, professor/director of clinical psychology program; Jewel Goodman Shepherd, assistant professor of health services administration, Beacom School of Business •Students—Josh Anderson, Student Government Association vice president, junior political science and business administration major; Taylor Gubbrud, senior political science and economics major and Spanish minor •Institutional Collaboration— José-Marie Griffiths, president of Dakota State University •At-Large—Kevin Doyle, retired partner with Eide Bailly LLP, former Trustee for USD Foundation The Board of Regents is working with Zachary Smith and Sophie Stava of the executive search firm, Witt/Kieffer, to identify and review candidates. The search process gets underway this month. Contingent on a successful search, Schieffer said the timeline calls for the new president of the University of South Dakota to be appointed this spring and begin duties on or around July 1, 2018. drive new and repeat visitors to the state and to generate brand awareness. Smokey Robinson will be joined by the South Dakota Department of Tourism’s Mount Rushmore mascots. The float will make its national appearance on NBC-TV on Thursday, November 23rd, between 9 a.m. and noon in all time zones. Willson Florist $10 and Gifts Off $5 Off of $50 Purchase of $25 Purchase 21 W Main Street • Vermillion 605-624-4491 • willsonflowers.com Valid Saturday, November 25, 2017 ONLY One time purchase per customer, not valid with other offer . Complimentary Gift Wrapping Broadcaster 201 W. 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