Mural helps connect students

When hearing Katrina ‘Kat’ Gilbertson is majoring in psychology along with pursuing minors in human development and family studies and women, gender and sexuality studies, one does not expect to learn she’s the artist who painted the #JacksForAll mural in the University Student Union at South Dakota State University. However, Gilbertson, a junior from Larchwood, Iowa, painted murals in high schoo

State University Theatre and Dance opens season Sept. 25

State University Theatre and Dance opens its fall 2020 season at 6 p.m. Sept. 25 with “Reflections: Theatre+Dance at the Garden” at McCrory Gardens. Additional performances will be performed at 2 and 6 p.m., Sept. 26 and 27. While the performances are free, tickets are required to attend.

Sustainability Ambassador Program Announced

Join faculty, staff, and students from across campus in the Sustainability Ambassador Program. This five-week program will take a deep dive into sustainability concepts enriching participants' understanding and empowering them to share and practice what they learn.

Stanley J. Marshall Center Earns LEED Silver

This summer, the Stanley J. Marshall Center addition was the fifteenth building on the SDSU campus to earn a LEED certification.

Beef Bucks, Inc. Commits $20,000 to Scholarships for Students Entering the South Dakota State University Professional Program in Veterinary Medicine

Beef Bucks, Inc. has committed $20,000 in scholarship funds for students entering the South Dakota State University Professional (DVM) Program in Veterinary Medicine. Over the course of four years, Beef Bucks, Inc.

SDSU joins the IIE Scholar Rescue Fund Alliance

South Dakota State University has been invited by the Institute of International Education, a global network of partners offering practical support to scholars threatened by war and persecution, as an inaugural member. The IIE-Scholar Rescue Fund Alliance launched in August 2020 to expand the efforts of IIE and its partners to assist the unprecedented number of threatened and displaced scholars g

Army ROTC cannon to be at Dakota State football games

Members of the South Dakota State University Army ROTC program will be coming to this fall Dakota State’s football games. With no home football games held at SDSU in Brookings this fall, the SDSU Army ROTC program will be making a move to Trojan Field this fall. During the football games at South Dakota State, members of the SDSU Army ROTC program shoots off a touchdown cannon.

Animal Science Graduate Students Receive International Research Awards

Two South Dakota State University graduate students in the Animal Science Department received top honors at the International Congress of Meat Science and Technology (ICoMST) research competition held virtually this summer.

Hansen receives Graduate of the Last Decade Award

South Dakota State University faculty member Tim Hansen received the Graduate of the Last Decade Award from the Milwaukee School of Engineering. Hansen is MSOE’s first-ever recipient of the award. Hansen, an assistant professor in the Jerome J. Lohr College of Engineering’s Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, graduated from MSOE with a B.S. in computer engineering in 2011.

SDSU researchers need help locating civet cats

Assistant professor Rob Lonsinger and doctoral student Kara White of the Department of Natural Resource Management are gathering information on the Eastern spotted skunk, commonly known as a civet cat.