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Deepening Partisan Polarization on Most Political Figures in South Dakota

The South Dakota Covid-19 Family Impact Survey 2021 was conducted from July 31st to August 14th, 2021 by The SDSU Poll, a research group housed in the School of American and Global Studies at South Dakota State University. This survey builds upon similar surveys conducted by The SDSU Poll in October 2020 and April 2021.

Brookings Chamber Music Society season opens in October

The Brookings Chamber Music Society’s fall membership drive has kicked off and its 2021-22 season opens Oct. 14. The BCMS works closely with the South Dakota State University School of Performing Arts to present the finest in chamber music for the enjoyment of the Brookings community.

The 2021-22 State University Theatre and Dance season announced

  The State University Theatre and Dance program is pleased to announce this year’s season. All performances will be in the Oscar Larson Performing Arts Center, which is on the South Dakota State University campus. The season opens Oct.

South Dakotans’ Thoughts on the Origins of COVID-19

The South Dakota Covid-19 Family Impact Survey 2021 was conducted from July 31st to August 14th, 2021 by The SDSU Poll, a research group housed in the School of American and Global Studies at South Dakota State University. This survey builds upon similar surveys conducted by The SDSU Poll in October 2020 and April 2021.

The Rights to Know and to Refuse Service Based on COVID-19 Vaccination Status

The South Dakota Covid-19 Family Impact Survey 2021 was conducted from July 31st to August 14th, 2021 by The SDSU Poll, a research group housed in the School of American and Global Studies at South Dakota State University. This survey builds upon similar surveys conducted by The SDSU Poll in October 2020 and April 2021.

Coast Guard veteran finds success at SDSU

Bailey Ross did not follow a traditional path to South Dakota State University and its College of Nursing. A native of Salem, Oregon, Ross entered the U.S. Coast Guard after high school. His service took him to other parts of the United States—New Jersey, Wisconsin, Virginia and then to Washington—but he was not sure where he wanted to go following his four enlisted years.

NASA likes SDSU’s lunar water delivery idea

What sounds like science fiction today may be reality tomorrow. The premise certainly applies to an award-winning idea submitted by a team of South Dakota State University engineering students in a contest organized by NASA.

Disagreements Over COVID-19 Prevention Measures Strain Relationships with Friends and Family

The South Dakota Covid-19 Family Impact Survey 2021 was conducted from July 31st to August 14th, 2021 by The SDSU Poll, a research group housed in the School of American and Global Studies at South Dakota State University. This survey builds upon similar surveys conducted by The SDSU Poll in October 2020 and April 2021.

South Dakota State University Announces Reschedule of 2021 Eminent Leaders in Agriculture, Family and Community, Nominations Extended

The South Dakota State University College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences and the College of Education and Human Sciences announce that the 2021 Eminent Leaders in Agriculture, Family and Community award celebration is rescheduled for January 28, 2022 at McCrory Gardens in Brookings. “We are very excited about this opportunity to recognize leaders across our state,” said John Kill

A Lifesaving Legacy: Wilcox Gifts Estate to College of Nursing

The legacy of Maxine Wilcox can be found throughout the decades of her life and across the globe—from the 27 countries spanning six continents that benefited from her Christian ministry work, to a burning wreckage in Texas where she once heroically saved three lives and most recently to the South Dakota State University College of Nursing. A true trailblazer in the field of health care, Wilcox’s