|Sisseton girl wins nursing essay contest May 24, 2016|
Tristyn Ballin, a fifth-grader at Westside Elementary in Sisseton, was recognized as the winner of the 14th annual “Why I Want to be a Nurse” essay contest sponsored by the South Dakota State University College of Nursing.
|Fish ladders reconnect stream habitat May 23, 2016|
Roads and highways connect people to one another, much like rivers and stream connect fish populations. However, the culverts that allow water to flow under roadways can become obstacles for small-bodied fish, like minnows, darters and madtoms. Natural resource management researchers have developed a fish ladder that can be attached to a culvert to reconnect the stream habitat for small-bodied fish.
|Aragon named May Civil Service Employee of the Month May 23, 2016|
Martha Aragon has been named May Civil Service Employee of the Month at South Dakota State University. A reception honoring her will be held June 3 from 2:30-4 p.m in the South Dakota Agricultural Heritage Museum’s gallery.
|Student Organizations Earn Regents’ Recognition May 18, 2016|
The South Dakota Board of Regents last week honored student organizations from South Dakota State University for their outstanding academic, community and organizational work.
|Board Honors Departing Presidents and Student Regent May 17, 2016|
The South Dakota Board of Regents has honored two departing university presidents and a student regent for their service to the state’s system of public higher education.