Cole Redhorse Jacobson will speak Thursday at 7 p.m. at the South Dakota Art Museum. His talk, “Dakota Puckertoes and the Woodland Heritage,” is the 2019 Northern Plains Tribal Arts Show Jurors Forum Lecture. Light refreshments will be served.
The South Dakota Animal Disease Research and Diagnostic Laboratory (ADRDL) held a ribbon cutting ceremony September 6, on the South Dakota State University campus to celebrate the upcoming official opening of the new facility in November.
“Today’s ribbon cutting represents a renewed commitment to the ongoing mission of this lab, said Larry Rhoden, Lieutenant Governor of South Dakota.
As a new school year gets underway at South Dakota State University, a new department launches within the College of Pharmacy and Allied Health Professions.
The Department of Allied and Population Health will house two programs—medical laboratory science and Master of Public Health—that had been operating without a department and two faculty who had been within the Department of Pharmacy Practic
Summer is a great time to work on scholarly research. Dr. Tofte had the opportunity to travel to Washington D.C. with three colleagues to meet with National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) staff. Members of the SDSU research delegation included Drs.
The Landscape Architecture Program at South Dakota State University recently won a nationally recognized grant from the California Landscape Architectural Student Scholarship Fund (CLASS Fund). Grant funding was awarded to study appropriate policies and strategies for small rural cities to implement green stormwater infrastructure (GSI) practices into the landscape of existing built-out neighborh
Jeremiah Bergstrom, Instructor with the Landscape Architecture Program at SDSU, in collaboration with research colleagues at Rutgers University recently were awarded a National Fish and Wildlife Foundation National Coastal Resilience Grant to develop ecological resiliency strategies for landscapes and communities impacted by coastal storms. The project builds on the research team’s previous work
South Dakota State University will host the “Indigenizing Spaces: Rematriating Leadership and Land” symposium, which is open to all members of the Brookings and SDSU communities Sept. 19.
“Indigenizing Spaces is about making Indigenous perspectives and contemporary realities visible at SDSU and the local community,” said Sharity Bassett, an assistant professor of American Indian Studies.
Through a four-year, nearly $1.14 million National Science Foundation grant, assistant professor Nicholas Butzin will lead a team of scientists to examine the cellular circuits that regulate the process through which proteins are produced, degraded and modified.