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SDSU landscape architects use ‘green’ approach to reduce runoff

Four faculty researchers in the School of Design's landscape architecture program are investigating how small rural cities, such as Brookings, can integrate green infrastructure into the existing landscape to reduce stormwater runoff.

Akimoto and Tomoko Ichinomiya Receive 20th Annual Butler Human Rights Award

The City of Brookings honored Akimoto and Tomoko Ichinomiya as the recipients of the 20th annual Dorothy and Eugene T. Butler Human Rights Award on Thursday, September 26. The Ichinomiyas are being recognized for effectively advancing the cause of human rights by helping people from all around the world adapt to life in Brookings and by educating people in this region about Japanese culture.

Early childhood education graduate receives 2020 South Dakota Teacher of the Year Award

She creates lesson plans where students can learn the basics of coding or better understand engineering, science and mathematics. Her engaging teaching methods and commitment to her students allowed her to receive the 2020 South Dakota Teacher of the Year Award. While her classroom is equipped with iPads, a SMART Board and AppleTV, Harris feels that technology should only be used if it proves ben

Lyle Mangen Honored as Outstanding Alumnus of the South Dakota State University Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering Department

Lyle Mangen, a 1986 graduate of South Dakota State University from Willmar, Minn., was honored as the Outstanding Alumnus of the Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering Department at the department’s Banquet of Excellence on Oct. 10.  “Lyle has been a great supporter of our students for many years.

Kuehl, Knippling find surprise when reviewing Daschle speeches

After receiving a Thomas A.

Begeman receives Avera Wokini Scholarship

Jessica Begeman, a freshman in South Dakota State University’s College of Pharmacy and Allied Health Professions, has been selected as an Avera Wokini Scholarship recipient.

SDSU to hold 17th Biennial Madrigal Dinner

The South Dakota State University Choral Program will present its biennial Elizabethan Christmasse Feaste for the first time in the Oscar Larson Performing Arts Center. The 2019 schedule is: Dec. 5, 7 p.m.; Dec. 6, 7 p.m.; Dec. 7, 7 p.m.; and Dec.

FarmHer: South Dakota and Ag-Xploration Galleries Unavailable 10/17-10/18

Due to "The Many Faces of War V: Veterans and History Conference" being held at the museum on Thursday and Friday this week, the FarmHer: South Dakota exhibit and Ag-Xploration (children's) Gallery will be unavailable on October 17 and 18.

Developing engineering identity may be key to student success

Students who identify themselves as engineers early in their educational careers are more likely to complete their college degrees.

No Plastic Bags

Due to a change in the recycling industry, plastic bags are not recyclable. If you bring recyclables to the outdoor  dumpsters, please place items directly into the bin and do not bag the recycling.