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Trump Voters in South Dakota Concerned About Election Fairness

The SDSU Poll, a research group housed in the School of American and Global Studies at South Dakota State University, conducted a post-election wave to The South Dakota Voter Survey between November 13th and 20th. Participants from The South Dakota Voter Survey were invited to share their impressions and opinions about the recent election and the COVID-19 pandemic.

SDSU pharmacy students honored for diabetes work

Student pharmacists at South Dakota State University have been honored for their work to promote diabetes awareness through Operation Diabetes. The Student Collaboration for the Advancement and Promotion of Pharmacy won the Region 5 award for the Operation Diabetes competition sponsored by the American Pharmacist’s Association Academy of Student Pharmacists. It continues a pattern of excellence

The 2020 Presidential Election in Retrospective

The SDSU Poll, a research group housed in the School of American and Global Studies at South Dakota State University, conducted a post-election wave to The South Dakota Voter Survey between November 13th and 20th. Participants from The South Dakota Voter Survey were invited to share their impressions and opinions about the recent election and the COVID-19 pandemic.

Statistician assesses agricultural data to increase productivity

Assistant professor Hossein Moradi is helping precision agriculture faculty efficiently, accurately assess variables affecting yield.

SDSU named by Sierra to Cool Schools list

South Dakota State University was one of a record 312 schools ranked in Sierra magazine's 14th annual Cool Schools ranking. SDSU was 196th. The ranking was open to all four-year undergraduate colleges and universities in the United States and Canada, along with two-year community colleges.

South Dakota Agricultural Heritage Museum CLOSED for Thanksgiving

The South Dakota Agricultural Heritage Museum will be closed from Thursday, November 26 - Sunday, November 29 in observation of the Thanksgiving holiday.  We will reopen for normal hours on Monday, November 30 at 10:00 AM.  We hope you have a safe and healthy Thanksgiving!

Seten chosen for Rhodes Scholarship

South Dakota State University senior Hattie Seten became the university's second recipient of the Rhodes scholarship, announced Saturday. SDSU's first Rhodes scholar, Maj. Gen. Alan A. Nord ’52, earned a master’s degree in general chemistry from Oxford. The Rhodes scholarship is a fully funded postgraduate award for students from around the world to study at the University of Oxford.

Finding help within / SDSU nursing prof commissions engineering students to build training model

Faced with paying more than $500 for a training device, South Dakota State University nursing faculty member Leann Horsley turned to a group of SDSU mechanical engineering students to see if they could help. Producing an intraosseous injection task trainer became the senior capstone project for mechanical engineering students Abbdullah Alrashidi, Zachary Dorn, Denner Dougherty and Ashley Jorgense

Grant to establish shelter care for Native American youth

Construction is underway on the Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Youth Lodge, a shelter care facility in Agency Village on the Lake Traverse Reservation in northeast South Dakota.

Seward named November’s Civil Service Employee of the Month

Having an abundance of knowledge and always demonstrating a willingness to help is how co-workers describe Jamie Seward, South Dakota State University’s Civil Service Employee of the Month for November. A custodial supervisor I, Seward manages the custodial operations of the Avera Health and Science Center, Berg Agricultural Hall, Enrollment Services Center, Wenona Hall and The Barn. “Jamie brin