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Aviation alums showcase aerobatic skills with Vanguard Squadron June 13, 2014
Looping a one-seat plane 500 feet in the air, at 160 miles per hour, less than five feet from three other planes sounds … crazy. But for four South Dakota State graduates, it’s an adrenaline rush.

SDSU students receive Critical Teaching Needs Scholarship July 28, 2014
Seven South Dakota State University students have been awarded a state scholarship that supports new teachers who serve in critical-need teaching areas. Gov. Dennis Daugaard today announced the first recipients in the Critical Teaching Needs Scholarship Program.

SDSU graduate nursing students to get federal help July 28, 2014
One less barrier stands in the way of 40 graduate students in the South Dakota State University College of Nursing from receiving their advanced degrees. The college was notified in early July that it received two federal grants totaling more than $415,000 that will go this fall to students seeking a master’s degree or a doctorate.

‘Jump into State’ summer bridge program eases transition to college July 28, 2014
South Dakota State University will hold its fourth annual “Jump into State” summer bridge program. The program starts today and runs through Aug. 21. Seventy-five students are enrolled.

Honors student engages in diverse research projects July 22, 2014
When Allyson Lucht came to South Dakota State University, she didn’t know she would stumble upon three unique research-learning opportunities. Her personal and academic goals have led her to one nursing and two psychology research projects.