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5 students invited to international hospitality management honor society

Five South Dakota State University students were recently inducted into the university’s chapter of Eta Sigma Delta. Inducted were seniors Megan Bolton and Alicia Rentschler, Sioux Falls; and juniors Hannah Cully, Bloomington, Minnesota; Lyric Gruenhagen, De Smet; and Rebecca Hommez, Algona, Iowa. The students hold at least a 3.0 minimum GPA in a 4.0 system or are in the top 20% of their class.

South Dakota State University Announces Director of New Professional Program in Veterinary Medicine

Gary Gackstetter has been named the director of South Dakota State University’s new Professional Program in Veterinary Medicine.  Enrollment applications are now open for the first class of students who will be part of the new, collaborative program between SDSU and the University of Minnesota.

SDSU to move classes temporarily online next week

South Dakota State University, in concert with the public universities which comprise the South Dakota Board of Regents’ system, has announced the following actions due to the COVID-19 situation: Beginning Monday, March 23, all classes will be temporarily moved online; and On-campus, in-person classes are currently scheduled to resume April 6. The SDBOR will revisit this evolving situation M

Ag Museum is Temporarily CLOSED

Effective (Friday, March 13) at 5:00 pm, the South Dakota Agricultural Heritage Museum and other SDSU facilities will be closed until further notice.  In addition, SDSU has announced that on-campus events and visitor activities are canceled until further notice.  Museum staff will still be working at the museum during this time, so if you have any questions, feel free to contact us via phone call

Message from President Dunn regarding SDSU and the coronavirus

Dear South Dakota State University Students, Parents, Faculty and Staff, Late this afternoon, the South Dakota Board of Regents released a message relaying how public universities across South Dakota will respond to COVID-19. The well-being and safety of our campus is at the forefront of my thoughts and actions.

Rice named March’s Civil Service Employee of the Month

Pamela Rice has been named South Dakota State University’s Civil Service Employee of the Month for March. Rice, program assistant I for the Department of Construction and Operations Management, will be recognized March 24 in the Solberg Hall conference room.

Talk on hot flashes canceled

Travel restrictions brought on by the spread of the coronavirus has prompted the cancellation of the March 26 Nursing Deans Lecture at South Dakota State University. Janet Carpenter, associate dean for research at the University of Indiana School of Nursing, was to speak on menopause, specifically hot flashes. The College of Nursing is planning to invite Carpenter for the 2021 lecture.

CANCELED - Field to Fork Fest

The South Dakota Agricultural Heritage Museum and Brookings Farmers Market made the decision to cancel the Field to Fork Fest scheduled for March 14 at the South Dakota Agricultural Heritage Museum.

SDSU named nation’s most affordable master’s program in data science

The Bureau of Labor and Statistics projects that the job outlook for data scientists will grow faster than average until the year 2028. For individuals looking to enter the field, Discoverdatascience.org ranked South Dakota State University No.

RegisteredNursing.org ranks College of Nursing No. 8

  The South Dakota State University College of Nursing was ranked No.