Two senior scientists at the Geospatial Sciences Center of Excellence will develop tools to help monitor and manage natural resources in West Africa using NASA satellite-based Earth imaging data.
Oahe, a new winter wheat cultivar, will provide high yields and an excellent disease resistance package.
Educate To Career Inc. has named South Dakota State University a 2017 Top 100 Best Value College. The designation applies to the first 100 colleges out of the nearly 1,200 colleges and universities ranked. South Dakota State is No. 65 in the 2017 rankings, climbing from No. 113 in 2016.
Figures released today by the South Dakota Board of Regents show 12,613 students are enrolled at South Dakota State University, an increase of 24 students over a year ago and 56 students during the
U.S.News and World Report named South Dakota State the most affordable nationally ranked public university in terms of tuition and fees.
Jason Derksen has been named September Civil Service Employee of the Month at South Dakota State University. A reception honoring him will be held at 10 p.m. Wednesday in Rotunda A.
“Flying airplanes for a living, that is just awesome.”
Most of the oats American milling companies use comes from Canada—that’s something South Dakota State University oats breeder Melanie Caffé-Treml wants to change.Her research seeks to increase the milling and nutritional quality of locally-grown oats.
Cole Jorgensen has become the first U.S. Air Force ROTC cadet at South Dakota State University to earn the prestigious Legion of Valor Bronze Cross for Achievement.
As part of a collaborative effort with Dr. Becky Kuehl’s SPCM 222: Argumentation and Debate class, Dr.