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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.  

Two-time Edward R. Murrow recipient to speak at SDSU

Phillip Martin, senior investigative reporter for WGBH’s England Center for Investigative Reporting, will be the fall Pulitzer Center guest speaker at South Dakota State University. Martin’s public lecture, “Caste Discrimination in America,” will be held at 7 p.m. Oct.

Students receive South Dakota Parks and Recreation Association scholarships

South Dakota State University students Logan Haak and Paige O’Farrell each received a $2,000 scholarship from the South Dakota Parks and Recreation Association. The students were recently recognized at the association’s annual conference in Rapid City. “The SDPRA student scholarship program is very competitive and attracts applications from students with diverse academic backgrounds.

Cavender-Wilson to deliver annual bioethics lecture

Autumn Cavender-Wilson will deliver the third-annual bioethics lecture at 7 p.m. Oct. 17 in the Oscar Larson Performing Arts Center on the South Dakota State University campus. Her presentation is titled “First Do No Harm: Colonialism and the Weaponization of Medicine.” It is part of the Indigenizing Spaces lecture series.

Museum Closed for Native American Day

The Agricultural Heritage Museum will be closed on Monday, October 14 in observance of Native American Day.  We will re-open for normal hours on Tuesday, October 15 at 10:00 AM.  Please contact the museum at 605-688-6226 with any questions.

Represented and Recharged: SDSU MLS faculty, staff, and students attend The ASCLS Regional Symposium

SDSU Medical Laboratory Science (MLS) faculty and staff along with all 36 MLS students attended the Annual American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science (ASCLS) Region V Symposium in Fargo, ND on September 26-27. Along with other members of Region V (North Dakota, Minnesota, and Wisconsin), SDSU students and staff attended sessions on Transfusion Reactions; Drugs of Abuse Testing; Measles, Mump

Omer String Quartet to open Brookings Chamber Music Society season

The Omer String Quartet will open the 2019-20 season for the Brookings Chamber Music Society. The society, which started in 1981, has the mission to present the finest in chamber music for the enjoyment of the Brookings community.