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Chemistry postdoc uses natural soil components to trap pollutants February 27, 2015
Using natural soil components to trap pollutants will allow producers to control soil contaminants and reuse draining water while protecting their agricultural crops, according to Mohamed Elsayed, a Fulbright Postdoctoral Scholar in the chemistry and biochemistry department.

Emergency care part of Klentz's life February 23, 2015
Just a few weeks into her freshman year at State in 2003, Megan (Park) Klentz was deployed to Iraq. Having already completed emergency medical technician-basic training as a member of the U.S. Army National Guard, Klentz ’10 was thrust into being a full-time caregiver.

Graff wins regional theater management competition February 27, 2015
State University Theatre, Prairie Repertory Theatre and now, the National Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival. South Dakota State University student Whitney Graff won the theater management competition at the Kennedy Center American College Region V Theatre Festival in Minneapolis and now has the opportunity to assist in planning the national festival in Washington, D.C., in April.

SDSU-Civic Symphony to be Sunday February 26, 2015
The SDSU-Civic Symphony presents a concerto-aria concert featuring music from Disney’s “Frozen” Sunday at 4 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center on the campus of South Dakota State University. Admission is free.

State joins forces with Sanford Health on community care February 27, 2015
In its efforts to improve population health and prepare the workforce, South Dakota State University’s College of Nursing is working with Sanford Health on those goals while trialing a new model of community-based care delivery.