NSF project to build farmers’ confidence in precision ag technologies

Building farmer’s 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.

Jackrabbits near and far rally together to break records on One Day for STATE

One gift every 15 seconds for 24 hours—that’s the breakdown of what Jackrabbits in all 50 states and across 19 countries accomplished together as one Sept. 10 during One Day for STATE.

Record retention, domestic student enrollment stabilizes SDSU’s headcount

Figures released today by the South Dakota Board of Regents showed enrollment at South Dakota State University to be 11,405 students.

NSF grant puts spin in semiconductor materials

Associate physics professor Parashu Kharel received a three-year, nearly $160,000 National Science Foundation grant to develop and test new semiconductor materials.

Zippia ranks SDSU as the best total package college in state

Zippia has ranked South Dakota State University as the best total package college in South Dakota. “South Dakota State's affordable cost, student outcomes and good job prospects earned the university its top spot,” said Zippia’s Kathy Morris, who serves as its head of content. Using the most recent College Scorecard Data released by the U.S.

MLS program ranked No. 25

South Dakota State University’s medical laboratory science program was ranked No. 25 in the nation by Online Schools Report in its report on the best online clinical research degrees. Online Schools Report cited SDSU’s Upward Mobility Bachelor of Science program, which is completely online for working medical laboratory technician professionals to obtain their B.S.

South Dakota State University receives grant for Igluwiyeya

South Dakota State University, in partnership with Sinte Gleske University, has received $500,000 from the U.S. Department of Agriculture for the Igluwiyeya (Prepare oneself): Pathways from Preparation to Graduation at Land-Grant Institutions.

Mural helps connect students

When hearing Katrina ‘Kat’ Gilbertson is majoring in psychology along with pursuing minors in human development and family studies and women, gender and sexuality studies, one does not expect to learn she’s the artist who painted the #JacksForAll mural in the University Student Union at South Dakota State University. However, Gilbertson, a junior from Larchwood, Iowa, painted murals in high schoo

State University Theatre and Dance opens season Sept. 25

State University Theatre and Dance opens its fall 2020 season at 6 p.m. Sept. 25 with “Reflections: Theatre+Dance at the Garden” at McCrory Gardens. Additional performances will be performed at 2 and 6 p.m., Sept. 26 and 27. While the performances are free, tickets are required to attend.

Sustainability Ambassador Program Announced

Join faculty, staff, and students from across campus in the Sustainability Ambassador Program. This five-week program will take a deep dive into sustainability concepts enriching participants' understanding and empowering them to share and practice what they learn.