NASA has narrowed the field to six in its lunar soil excavating contest, and a team of students from South Dakota State University is among the group left in the hunt for a $1 million top prize.
Ten years ago this fall, the College of Engineering became the Jerome J.
Knee injuries, particularly ACL and meniscus tears, are extremely common, especially in athletes who participate in contact sports like football, basketball and soccer.
Two faculty members in South Dakota State University's Jerome J. Lohr College of Engineering attended the National Science Foundation's National Innovation Network Conference in mid-August.
For the third time in as many years, mechanical engineering faculty member Jeffrey Doom was selected for the Summer Faculty Fellowship Program through the Air Force Office of Scientific Research.
President Joe Biden welcomed India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the White House's South Lawn with a formal State Arrival Ceremony on June 22.
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