Community members can gain a greater understanding about the challenges those living in poverty face by participating in Community Challenges: A Poverty Simulation Event Sept. 20. The free event is made possible through collaboration with the SDSU Department of Counseling and Human Development.
Strengthening the Heartland (STH) is working to provide education and information surrounding safe opioid use as well as risks of misuse. The new STH YouTube channel will provide education videos covering valuable topics relating to opioid misuse and addiction.
This past spring, South Dakota State University graduate student Kanbi Knippling, of Chamberlain, joined an elite group.
Andrea Bjornestad, an assistant professor in the South Dakota State University Department of Counseling and Human Development, received the E. Gordon Poling Administrator Award from the South Dakota Counseling Association.
South Dakota State University students Anastasia Hoffer and Sami Letcher assembled stationary study bikes, or FitDesks, Saturday morning at Medary Elementary School.
South Dakota State University’s Van D. and Barbara B. Fishback Honors College recently held its convocation at the Woster Celebration Hall in the SDSU Alumni Center.