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Great Value Colleges ranks SDSU No. 5

Great Value Colleges has ranked South Dakota State University No.

Drum Corps International makes lasting impression on SDSU participants

Each summer, students across the country participate in competitive drum and bugle corps, honing their musical abilities and having fun in the process. This year, South Dakota State University had five students involved with Drum Corp International competitions—Matthew Avenson (tuba), Alex Barthel (baritone), Brady DeBelts (percussion), Madelynn Hotchkiss (percussion) and Kaitlin Niles (color gua

South Dakota State University to host nearly 130 employers at College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences Career Fair on Oct. 2

South Dakota State University will welcome nearly 130 employers to the annual College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences (CAFES) Career Fair on Oct. 2. The fair will take place in the University Student Union from 1:00 p.m.

Corteva Agriscience Commits $600,000 to Support South Dakota State University Raven Precision Agriculture Center

Corteva Agriscience recently announced a $600,000 gift to support the South Dakota State University precision agriculture program and construction of the new Raven Precision Agriculture Center on campus.

Four-year graduation rate, degrees conferred impacts SDSU enrollment

South Dakota State University conferred its second-highest number of degrees last year and saw four-year graduation rates increase 6%, factors that led to a decline in enrollment.

Oregon geographer to share new perspective on world issues

Geography professor Alexander B. Murphy of Oregon State University will offer his insights on why geography is such an important discipline for understanding the world at 6 p.m. Monday in Bailey Rotunda D as part of the Holtry Lecture Series.

SDSU botanist to analyze history of Russian thistle invasion

Assistant professor Maribeth Latvis of the Department of Natural Resource Management is part of a five-university team of scientists who will use historical plant collections to study the evolution of invasive species.

Seiber Leads Research Ethics Training for Health in Indigenous Communities (rETHICS) at SDSU

Michaela Seiber, research coordinator in the College of Pharmacy and Allied Health's Department of Allied and Population Health and 2016 Master of Public Health graduate, led a human subjects research ethics training at the University Student Union Sept. 18. Seiber teamed with the SDSU IRB and Sanford Research to host this free training.

SDSU biofilm center researchers focus on nitrogen-fixing bacteria

South Dakota State University faculty from four departments will work on improving the ability of nitrogen-fixing bacteria to colonize soybean roots through the South Dakota Biofilm Science and Engineering Center.

Thousands of Jackrabbits make One Day for STATE successful

One gift every 21 seconds for 24 hours—that’s the breakdown of what Jackrabbits in 45 states and eight countries accomplished Sept. 12 during One Day for STATE. The SDSU Foundation’s third-annual giving day celebrated what it means to be part of the Jackrabbits family and the impact that can be made through private gifts. In 24 hours, 3,744 donors came together, raising $1,348,477.