Continue Your Jackrabbit Story
As Jackrabbit alumni, your story at South Dakota State is not finished once you leave campus. There are many chapters left to be written and many ways to stay involved. That is why we encourage you to stay connected to the stories happening now and keep up-to-date about the growth within the College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences, including:
- A new online M.A. program in English.
- Jackrabbit Forensics celebrated 100 years of Pi Kappa Delta.
- Landscape Architecture received full professional accreditation, the only one in South Dakota.
- The Division of Psychology, Sociology and Rural Studies was created.
- The Ness School of Management and Economics has established its first endowed position, the Everett and Bernetta DuBois Endowed Professorship in Business Finance and Investments.
- Professor of English, Steven Wingate, wrote a new novel, The Leave-Takers, published by the University of Nebraska Press in March 2021 as part of its Flyover Fiction Series.
- The Oscar Larson Performing Arts Center is hosting the 2021 Class B One-Act Play Festival.
- The Oscar Larson Performing Arts Center is beginning to feature outside performers with distanced audiences.
- Construction continues for the Howard Family Army Combat Fitness Training room in the basement of DePuy Hall.
- Air Force ROTC will commission their first Second Lieutenant directly into the US Space Force in May 2021.
- SDSU Army ROTC is preparing to commission its largest class this May since 1990.
These are just a few of the changes taking place in the College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences. We are excited to keep evolving as the college and university continue to grow.