Mentoring Students was the Highlight of Howard Woodard’s 29-Year Career as Soil Science Professor at South Dakota State University
Reflecting on his 29-year career as a soil science professor and researcher at South Dakota State University, Howard Woodard says what he enjoyed most was being a mentor to students.
Bee City USA® renews university certification
South Dakota State University’s annual Arbor Day celebration was held Wednesday morning.
Faculty in the SDSU College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences Recognized for Excellence in Teaching, Research and Service
Pictured from left to right: Lora Berg, director of marketing and communications for the college; Joseph Cassady, head of the Department of Animal Science; Sharon Clay, distinguished professor
A four-leaf clover might bring good luck, but a stand of Kura clover can produce healthier soil—in the long run, according to a South Dakota State University study.
South Dakota State University and University of Kentucky plant pathologists have confirmed that Cercospora sojina, a soybean pathogen that causes frogeye leaf spot, has shown resistance to
John Ball, a professor in the South Dakota State University Agronomy, Horticulture and Plant Science Department, received the Malo Teaching Excellence Award at the department’s annual scholarship r