Naomi Oreskes, professor of history and science and affiliated professor of earth and planetary sciences at Harvard University, will be the Harding Lecture speaker, April 4.
This morning, South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard signed Senate Bill 172 that authorizes expenditures for the purpose of enhancing and updating the Animal Disease Research and Diagnostic Laborato
South Dakota high school science and agriculture teachers can learn to integrate current research and new teaching techniques into their curriculums through a new U.S. Department of Agriculture program.
Ever wanted to study abroad, but didn’t want to leave for an entire semester or figure out how to pay for it?
South Dakota State University recognized 29 faculty members, researchers and scientists at its annual Celebration of Faculty Excellence banquet held Tuesday in the University Student Union.
After having more than 40,000 people visit McCrory Gardens in 2016, its staff has planned various events and workshops to surpass that total this year.
Two South Dakota State University graduate students have been awarded for their work in studying swine viruses.
South Dakota State University junior Rebecca Starkenburg was recently chosen as the 2017 Wisconsin Fairest of the Fairs.
Possibilities and connections don’t fall short for Tia Muller, a junior agricultural and biosystems engineering major.
For the first time, two doctoral students will receive the Joseph F. Nelson Graduate Scholarship Award. Both are from the College of Agriculture and Biological Sciences.