SDSU Brookings Campus Weather Related Announcement
The South Dakota State University campus will be closing from 5 p.m. on Friday, March 31 until 8 a.m. on Saturday, April 1, due to the Blizzard Warning that will go into effect 7 p.m. Friday to 4 a.m. on Saturday morning. SDSU will then return to the normal weekend schedule on Saturday morning. Only essential employees as deemed by their supervisors will report to work during the closure hours. On Friday morning, ensure you continue to monitor the weather and work with your supervisor or instructor on your individual travel concerns. For additional closure information please check the Emergency Management website.
High school students with an interest in the natural world are invited to attend the 2023 Natural Resources Camp, hosted by South Dakota State University’s Department of Natural Resource Management at the SDSU Oak Lake Field Station this summer.
The weeklong camp is set for July 17-21 and is intended for students entering grades 9-12 who have a strong desire to learn more about the natural world...
The search committee for the associate vice president for the Wokini Initiative at South Dakota State University has named two finalists who will be on campus next week.
The selected individual will provide vision, leadership, coordination and direction for the Wokini Initiative, SDSU’s collaborative and holistic framework to support American Indian student success and Indigenous Nation-building...
At South Dakota State University's Celebration of Faculty Excellence, Stephen Gent was named the Jerome J. Lohr College of Engineering's Outstanding Researcher.
"I was very honored and humbled to be named the college's researcher of the year," Gent said.
• SDSU assistant professor awarded nearly $500K grant to develop measurement technology
While air quality within and around swine farms, and how it impacts individuals near these facilities, are commonly studied environmental health issues, there is a lack of technology that can measure the particulate levels reliably and objectively.
Two agricultural organizations, with the help of two profess...
Allison Barry knows her way around the Dakotas.
Originally from Fargo, North Dakota, Barry earned her master’s degree from the University of North Dakota, her Ph.D. from North Dakota State University and is now an assistant professor in South Dakota State University’s School of Health and Consumer Sciences.
Last semester, the School of Health and Consumer Sciences welcomed a new instructor to the physical education teacher education program.
Roman Waldera comes to campus by way of Interstate 29 south, as he spent the past four years completing his Ph.D. at rival North Dakota State University.