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Collaborative project to take comprehensive look at workplace diversity and inclusion in Brookings

Brookings is taking a comprehensive look at workplace diversity and inclusion, and its findings and potential solutions could serve as a role model across the region. The two-year Deliberating Diversity project, made possible with a $193,256 Community Innovation Grant from the Bush Foundation, is led by Rebecca Kuehl, an associate professor in South Dakota State University’s School of Communicati ranks 4 SDSU programs in top 20 ranked four of South Dakota State University’s online degree programs in its rankings. The student-focused comprehensive research guide is based on an assessment of 1,604 accredited colleges and universities. Each program is evaluated based on curriculum quality, graduation rate, reputation and postgraduate employment.

Inaugural Field to Fork Fest to be at South Dakota Agricultural Heritage Museum

The South Dakota Agricultural Heritage Museum is partnering with the Brookings Farmers Market for the first Field to Fork Fest. The free event is open to the public and will be held at museum March 14 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Field to Fork Fest is planned to be an educational and market event focused on supporting local agriculture.

Volunteers Needed for 2020 National History Day in South Dakota State Contest

The National History Day in South Dakota program is looking for volunteers to help with the 39th annual state contest.

Vollan to deliver kickoff lecture on U.S. women's suffrage centennial

The upcoming annual Dr. April Brooks Women of Distinction and Ally Awards are part of a daylong celebration of the centennial of U.S. women’s suffrage at South Dakota State University, in honor of Women’s History Month. The SDSU women, gender and sexuality studies program is hosting the day of programming. The event will be March 17 in the University Student Union’s Lewis and Clark Room (262).

RecycleMania 2020

Let the competition begin! For the tenth year in a row, SDSU will be participating in RecycleMania. RecycleMania is a nationwide recycling competition that takes place every February and March. What’s the purpose you might ask? It’s simple!

Undergraduate fellowship leads Nelson to doctoral work at SDSU

This spring, Pine Ridge native Dillon Nelson began doctoral work at SDSU after completing his bachelor's degree at Oglala Lakota College. His experience with a USDA-funded fellowship program fueled his interest in research.

Three South Dakota State University students receive national dairy scholarships

Three South Dakota State University dairy science students are recipients of prestigious 2020 National Dairy Herd Improvement Association (DHIA) scholarships. Sanne de Bruijn, a senior dairy production and dairy manufacturing student from Vicksburg, Michigan; Calissa Lubben, a junior dairy production student from Edgerton, Minnesota; and Shelby Kuechle, a sophomore dairy production student from E

SDSU Researchers to Present at the Joint Meeting of American Society of Animal Science, American Dairy Science Association

South Dakota State University researchers, graduate students and SDSU Extension experts from the Department of Animal Science and Department of Dairy and Food Science will present a variety of research results at the joint meetings of the American Society of Animal Science Midwest Section and the American Dairy Science Association Midwest Branch in Omaha, Neb., from March 2 - 4, 2020. “We are ver

SDSU grad one of 10 young engineers to be honored

Luis Duque, a graduate of South Dakota State University, will be one of 10 people honored as the 2020 New Faces of Civil Engineering in the professional category by the American Society of Civil Engineers. The program recognizes an international field of young civil engineers for its achievements and contributions to society.