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SDSU graduate student wins American Society for Nutrition award

Samitinjaya Dhakal, a South Dakota State University graduate student, recently won the American Society for Nutrition’s Graduate Student Research Award Competition.

Cassady named dean of SDSU’s College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences

Joseph Cassady has been named the South Dakota Corn endowed dean of the College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences at South Dakota State University.

Ackman celebrating final curtain call

J.D. Ackman, coordinator of theatre, will be retiring in August after 32 years of service. Ackman served as the managing and artistic director of Prairie Repertory Theatre from 2007 to 2021 and the director of State University Theatre and Dance from 2010 to 2022.

South Dakota State University’s Dakota Lakes Research Farm to Host Field Day on June 30

South Dakota State University’s Dakota Lakes Research Farm will host its annual field day on June 30, 2022 at 3:00 p.m. (CST). Two field tours will be offered, each lasting about 1.5 hours.

SDSU engineering student honored

Rachel Zook, a senior civil and environmental engineering major at South Dakota State University, is one of nine students nationwide to receive the Samuel Fletcher Tapman ASCE Student Chapter Scholarship for 2022-23. The $2,900 award from the American Society of Civil Engineering goes to ASCE student members who are in good standing with their chapter, serve in the chapter and participate in its...

SDSU soccer team collaborates with researchers, WHOOP for study

Throughout his time coaching, South Dakota State University women’s soccer coach Brock Thompson has always looked to provide his team an edge.

SDSU respiratory care program honored

For the fourth consecutive year, the respiratory care program at South Dakota State University has been honored for achieving 100% Registered Respiratory Therapist Credentialing Success. The President’s Award for Excellence in Credentialing Success is awarded by the Commission on Accreditation for Respiratory Care.

Master of Mass Communication program opens doors for working professionals

More individuals are seeking to obtain their degree online from the comfort of their home.

College Reading and Learning Association reaccredits SDSU

South Dakota State University’s Wintrode Student Success and Opportunity Center has been awarded certification as a certified tutor training program at Levels I, II and III by the College Reading and Learning Association.

Mollman named associate dean for research for the College of Nursing

Sarah Mollman has been named the associate dean for research for South Dakota State University’s College of Nursing. She will be based at the college’s Rapid City site. Originally from Mobridge, Mollman received her bachelor’s degree in nursing from SDSU in 2000. After spending a few years away, Mollman returned to pursue a master’s degree in nursing education.