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Sport and recreation management students get experience outside the classroom

Students in SDSU’s sport and recreation management program are working the championships and will experience different gameday operations, whether it’s selling or taking tickets or helping people find places to park. Of the 120 undergraduate students enrolled in the program, more than 100 are volunteering this week.

Jackrabbits earn national scholarships

Four electrical engineering majors at South Dakota State University have been selected for national scholarships from a leading professional organization. Senior Tyler Jorgenson, of Fergus Falls, Minnesota, and juniors Jesse Kreutzfeldt, of Wentworth, and Matt Stoel and Kyle Weier, of Sioux Falls, each received Power and Energy Society Scholarships from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics

President Dunn Statement on SDSU being awarded the 2019 Bush Prize for Community Innovation

The following statement from South Dakota State University President Barry Dunn is in recognition of SDSU receiving a Bush Prize for Community Innovation from the Bush Foundation earlier today.

Five Organizations Win 2019 Bush Prize for Community Innovation

SAINT PAUL, Minnnesota — The Bush Foundation today awarded the 2019 Bush Prize for Community Innovation to five organizations with a track record of successful problem solving in their communities. The Bush Prize celebrates organizations that are extraordinary not only in what they do but in how they do it.

Power to the People: Electrifying Rural South Dakota Exhibit Open

Our newest exhibit, "Power to the People: Electrifying Rural South Dakota" is now open!  This exhibit focuses on how electricity spread its way across rural areas of the state, the science behind electricity, improvements electricity made on the farm and in the farmhouse, and much more.  Stop by the museum today to check it out!

Museum Closed for Veterans Day

The Agricultural Heritage Museum will be closed on Monday, November 11 in observance of Veterans Day.  We will re-open on Tuesday, November 12 for normal business hours.

Nurse-researcher to help develop tribal palliative care programs

Associate professor Mary Isaacson of the SDSU College of Nursing in Rapid City is part of a national research team that will develop culturally appropriate Native American palliative care programs.

Royal Plastics makes parts for cyanide detector

A portable field device that detects cyanide exposure in seconds is one step closer to commercialization, thanks to a partnership between Royal Plastics and SDSU chemistry professor Brian Logue.