Kevin Kephart, a mainstay at South Dakota State University for 30 years, has announced his plans to retire from the university, effective June 21, 2017.
Assistant professor Sandeep Kumar leads a multi-institutional U.S. Department of Agriculture project to assess the impact of planting a mixture of cover crops after harvest for grazing livestock, known as an integrated crop livestock management system.
Jeff Moore has been named November Civil Service Employee of the Month at South Dakota State University. A reception honoring him will be held Friday from 3-4:30 p.m. in Daktronics Engineering Hall 270.
Extracurricular activities have not only kept senior Nick Lorang very busy while attending South Dakota State University but they also have motivated him to continue his education at State after graduation, but in a much different direction than he originally intended.
TopMastersInHealthcare.com recently cited South Dakota State University’s online master’s in nutrition program as one of the nation’s best. South Dakota State is ranked No. 9 in the 2016-17 edition.
Fisheries biologist Steven Chipps of the South Dakota Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Unit and Fulbright scholar Muthiah Muruganandam will use existing data to track changes in the characteristics and water quality of surface waters in northeastern South Dakota.
Whether one was at work or shopping at Wal-Mart, the reaction was the same from the South Dakota State University landscape architecture students—we won?
Assistant professor Tim Hansen of electrical engineering and computer science will examine how an end-user distribution plan could help balance the demand for electricity and ease pressure on aging transmission lines through a $153,689 National Science Foundation grant.
“It was a nice surprise to see us break into the top 10,” said Russ Chavez, SDSU’s interim director for Veterans Affairs.
Today’s education students are spending less time in the classroom because they’re spending more time in the classroom.