John Ball, a professor in the South Dakota State University Agronomy, Horticulture and Plant Science Department, received the Malo Teaching Excellence Award at the department’s annual scholarship r
The South Dakota Habitat Conservation Foundation alongside South Dakota State University and The USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service announced a new project.
When it comes to precision agriculture, South Dakota State University faculty are not only generating new knowledge but also disseminating their findings and those of other researchers through two
Pictured from left to right: College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences Dean John Killefer, Tracy Jones of CHS, Randy Knecht of CHS, CHS Foundation President Nanci Lilja, SDSU Pres
As he prepares for retirement, one of South Dakota State University’s longest-serving faculty members, Doug Malo, says helping students succeed has been the highlight of his 43-year career.
The Local Foods Education Center has grown and donated over 5,100 pumpkins to the community, South Dakota State University and McCrory Gardens this fall.
Being able to look at how genes are expressed in each cell type within tissue may help scientists unravel how diseases, such as cancer, progress and how they evade treatment.