Professor Charles Fenster has received an award from the Fulbright scholar program to do research in Norway.
South Dakota State University researchers, undergraduate and graduate students, and SDSU Extension experts will present a variety of research results at the virtual meeting of the American Society
SDSU professors Michele Dudash and Charles Fenster are among an international group of scientists who recently published a guidebook for genetically managing isolated plant and animal populations.
Faculty in the SDSU College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences were recently recognized for excellence in extension, research, teaching and service by the SDSU Chapter of Gamma Sigma D
For the past 29 years, Distinguished Professor of Natural Resource Management at South Dakota State University, Jonathan Jenks, has devoted his professional life to researching wildlife populations
SDSU Extension faculty will conduct a statewide comprehensive needs assessment to find more ways to help agricultural producers deal with stress through a new U.S. Department of Agriculture program.
Building farmers' confidence in precision agriculture technologies is the goal of a National Science project led by Maaz Gardezi, an assistant professor of sociology and rural studies and an affiliate faculty of natural resource management at South Dakota State.