|Online mass communication master’s program receives regional award September 24, 2014|
Recognized for its innovative online mass communication master’s degree program, the South Dakota State University Department of Journalism and Mass Communication received the 2014 University Professional Continuing Education Association Central Region Innovative Program award.
The award will be presented Oct. 23 in Denver.
|American Indian, low-income students in South Dakota get a college jump-start October 23, 2014|
South Dakota faces the challenge of helping American Indian and low-income students succeed in college.
|Numbers meets CSI at State: SDSU forensic statisticians awarded major federal grant October 22, 2014|
Chris Saunders and Cedric Neumann, assistant professors in the mathematics and statistics department at South Dakota State, have recently received a $780,300 grant to advance forensic science.
|Ready-SET-Go ready to take registrations October 23, 2014|
Ready-SET-Go. It’s the starting command for high school girls interested in running the race to become an engineer.
This one-day workshop’s middle name—SET—says it all. SET stands for science, engineering and technology. The ninth annual version of Ready-SET-Go is 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Nov. 8 at Crothers Engineering Hall on the campus of South Dakota State University, which sponsors the workshop.
|Cereal grains food science professor receives grant to bring corn co-product to market September 26, 2014|
South Dakota State University food science professor Padmanaban Krishnan received a four-year grant to increase the fiber and protein in baked foods using the corn co-product dried distiller’s grain, also known as DDG.