Luis Duque, a graduate of South Dakota State University, will be one of 10 people honored as the 2020 New Faces of Civil Engineering in the professional category by the American Society of Civil Engineers.
The program recognizes an international field of young civil engineers for its achievements and contributions to society.
SDSU chemistry professor Brian Logue and Seacoast Science research scientist Randy Jackson are developing a portable device to detect the presence of detect the presence of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances.
Associate professors Stephen Gent and Greg Michna are using SDSU’s high-performance computing cluster to predict how argon circulates within the particle detectors to be constructed 1 mile beneath the earth’s surface. These particle detectors will help physicists answer key questions about the Big Bang theory. The detectors are part of the Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment at the Sanford Underground Research Facility near Lead.
Faculty members and researchers in South Dakota State University’s College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences, as well as SDSU Extension experts, were recognized at the university’s annual Celebration of Faculty Excellence on February 18, 2020, for outstanding research, teaching and service.
“The Celebration of Faculty Excellence is an opportunity to recognize and acknowledge some of
South Dakota State University Assistant Professor of Architecture Federico Garcia Lammers will receive the 2020 AIA/ACSA Practice + Leadership Award March 12 in San Diego at the 108th ACSA Annual Meeting.
This national award honors architectural educators for exemplary work and highly effective teaching, scholarship and outreach in the areas of professional practice and leadership.