For the first time, two doctoral students will receive the Joseph F. Nelson Graduate Scholarship Award. Both are from the College of Agriculture and Biological Sciences.
Limited spaces are available for an upcoming series of seven workshops to introduce the process of commercializing university research-derived innovations and new technologies.
For more than 40 years, South Dakota State University’s English department has been putting together works of students and faculty into Oakwood, a literary publication.
While surfing the internet during winter break, Ainiwaer Kaiwusaier happened to find his major.
Keith Corbett ’76/M.Ed.
Stanislav “Stan” Kogan is a health promotion specialist for the city of Sioux Falls and a student in the Master of Public Health program.
Staff Sgt. and military police officer Tyler “TJ” Jacob is a nontraditional health education student following the prephysical therapy path at South Dakota State University.
South Dakota State University student Mitchell Selken will receive a three-year U.S. Air Force ROTC scholarship, Lt. Col. Craig McCuin announced recently.
For senior Carson Eisenbeisz, undergraduate research plays a big role in his college career.
Modeling blood flow through a stent graft put graduate student John Asiruwa on the path to a career in biomedical engineering, doing work that “can be life changing for patients.”