For some, it was a helpful teammate. For others, it was an experience from talking to someone already in the field.
Gail and Larry Tidemann know the value in creating scholarships for students.
Dr. Martin Runge, a specialist in geriatrics and rehabilitation medicine, will share insight and advice in a talk titled “Keep Strong, Keep on your Feet!—A Key to Successful Aging,” Nov. 7 at 5:30 p.m. in the Pheasant/Crest Room 253 of the University Student Union.
Professor Anne Fennell and assistant professor Qin Ma are part of a multi-institutional research team unraveling how the genetic makeup of the grapevine root and variations in climate affect the characteristics expressed in the stem, leaves and fruit.
South Dakota State University’s College of Nursing has been named on AffordableCollegesOnline.org’s Best Online Nursing Degrees for 2016 list. The college is 37th on the list, which is generated by analyzing cost and quality metrics across thousands of U.S. colleges with online nursing degree options.
Assistant professor Zhen Ni hopes to design an intelligent control system that will allow a robot to learn from its environment as it explores a new planet.
Assistant professor Severine Van Slambrouck of the chemistry and biochemistry department received an international award for research on triple negative breast cancer at the 21st World Congress on Advances in Oncology and 19th International Symposium on Molecular Medicine Oct. 6-8 in Athens, Greece.
Terry Molengraaf has been named the October Civil Service Employee of the Month at South Dakota State University. A reception honoring him will be held at 3:30 p.m.
The Biggest One-Day Event in the Dakotas is set for Saturday when South Dakota State University will celebrate 104 years of Hobo Day tradition.