South Dakota State University has been selected to lead a research project that will analyze the racial and geographic disparities in mortality with end-stage renal (kidney) disease with a focus on Native American and Hispanic populations in South Dakota.
Ten years ago this fall, the College of Engineering became the Jerome J.
Christopher Saunders, a professor of statistics at South Dakota State University, will serve as principal investigator on a project funded with a $612,286 grant from the United States Department of Justice's National Institute of Justice.
Christine Larson has been named as the inaugural holder of the Kemp Endowed Professorship in Honors Mathematics at South Dakota State University.
Two couples with more than a century of combined service to South Dakota State University have made financial commitments to push the university’s Bold & Blue comprehensive campaign past an imp
Last semester, Michael Puthawala made the 8,000-mile journey to Kigali, Rwanda, for the 11th annual International Conference on Learning Representations.
A new kind of fingerprint / Analysis of keyboard dynamics earns student trip to statistics convention
SDSU doctoral student Andrew Simpson has been chosen as one of 22 students to present his poster at the Joint Statistical Meeting of the American Statistical Association in Toronto Aug. 5-10.