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Be a Growing, High-Performing and Healthy University

  1. Infuse core values throughout all levels of the University.
    1. Align individual performance evaluations and organizational assessment systems to support the University’s core values.
    2. Embrace a culture of responsibility and accountability to OUR University.
    3. Implement new professional development opportunities with high employee participation.
    4. Create a culture of personal, professional and organizational well-being throughout the University.
  2. Grow and sustain financial resources aligned with the mission of SDSU.
    1. Develop a comprehensive, growth-oriented strategic enrollment management plan.
    2. Develop new revenue streams through an increase of sponsored programs, fundraising efforts and other endeavors.
  3. Allocate the University’s resources to achieve strategic priorities.
    1. Create a culture that encourages and supports collaboration, sustainability, creativity and bold ideas.
    2. Implement data-informed systems that incorporate efficiencies and continuous improvement.

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Population Health Evaluation Center

Population Health Evaluation Center honored as partner of year

The South Dakota State University Population Health Evaluation Center received the South Dakota Chronic Disease Partner of the Year Award from the South Dakota Department of Health’s Office of Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion.

Arends elected to the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners Certification Board

South Dakota State University Clinical Associate Professor Robin Arends has been elected to a three-year term to the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners Certification Board (AANPCB). She will start that role in January.


solar panels on the American Indian Student Center

SDSU named by Sierra to Cool Schools list

South Dakota State University was one of a record 312 schools ranked in Sierra magazine's 14th annual Cool Schools ranking. SDSU was 196th.