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 of Animal Science Midwest Section on March 8 - 10.
“I am very proud of the work of our faculty and students,” says Joseph Cassady, head of SDSU’s Department of Animal Science and interim head of the Dep
SDSU prides itself on offering students a variety of experiential opportunities. One of those opportunities has been giving students the experience employers are searching for. The Ness School of Management and Economics is home to the First Dakota National Bank eTrading Education Lab.
After being closed for nearly four months, the pool has reopened and is available for use by students and wellness center members.
“The pool has been closed since early October due to leaking inlets. Pools are unique and there are only a few companies in the country specializing in pool repairs,” said Shari Landmark, Miller Wellness Center Director - Fitness & Recreation.
With the pool now o
South Dakota State University students Matthew Cole, Logan Wolf, Nolan Lee, Jordan Traub-Jensen, and Kendal Schreier won the Second Annual Brookings Student Business Plan Competition recently held at the Research Park at SDSU.
A crown jewel of South Dakota State University’s campus opened amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The 12,000-square-foot American Indian Student Center in the center of campus began dedicated cultural programming, student advising and providing offices and resources for AISC staff.
South Dakota State University’s College of Nursing continues to be a leader in South Dakota and beyond. The college ranks among the best nationally and SDSU students and graduates are leaders in the health care profession. In fact, the college was recently ranked 13th nationally by College Factual for “Best Value Nursing Schools,” ranking SDSU in the top 5% nationally.