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Andy Carlson Receives 2022 Outstanding Alumni Award for the Department of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering

Andy Carlson, a 2007 South Dakota State University agricultural and biosystems engineering alum, was recently selected as the recipient of the 2022 Outstanding Alumnus award for the Department of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering. “It is a great honor to be selected as a recipient of this award,” said Carlson.

Haarberg 3D Center announces pilot grant awards

South Dakota State University's Haarberg Center for Drug, Disease and Delivery, housed in the College of Pharmacy and Allied Health Professions, has announced its second round of funding for research projects through the Haarberg 3D Center's Pilot Grant Program.  The Haarberg 3D Center is funded by the South Dakota Board of Regents, with a goal of advancing interdisciplinary research and research...

Jensen's debut book, "The Smoke of You" due out mid-March

The debut book of Amber Jensen, a senior lecturer in South Dakota State University's School of English and Interdisciplinary Studies, is due out on March 15.    Titled "The Smoke of You," Jensen's book is a memoir of her family's experiences, from finding love in small-town South Dakota to military deployment and childbirth to life after combat.    "We got married, and my husband was deployed to I...

SDSU pharmacy student honored nationally

Ellie Balken, a South Dakota State University pharmacy student, has received a couple major recognitions from the nation’s largest and oldest association of pharmacists in the United States. Balken, of Dilworth, Minnesota, was one of four students to receive the Student Leadership Award from the American Pharmacists Association-Academy of Student Pharmacists and one of six students chosen for its...

SDSU faculty members, researchers attend top AI conference

Kaiqun Fu, an assistant professor in South Dakota State University's Jerome J. Lohr College of Engineering, attended the 2023 Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence Conference Feb.

Artificial intelligence utilized for SDSU prof’s social media research

The use of artificial intelligence in everyday life is on the rise. Between voice assistants, search engines, spell check and even financial fraud detection, AI is becoming something that humans rely upon every single day.   Kaiqun Fu, an assistant professor in South Dakota State University's Jerome J.

Kristi Cammack named Assistant Dean of West River Operations for South Dakota State University's College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences

The South Dakota State University College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences has appointed Kristi Cammack as Assistant Dean of West River Operations and Director of SDSU West River Research and Extension in Rapid City, South Dakota. In this position, Cammack will guide the operations of SDSU’s Cottonwood Field Station near Philip and the West River Research Farm at Sturgis.

SDSU faculty recognized for excellence

The annual South Dakota State University Celebration of Faculty Excellence recognized 25 faculty members, researchers and scientists Tuesday.

Civic Symphony to present ‘Wizards of the Orchestra’

The South Dakota State University Civic Symphony will perform "Wizards of the Orchestra" at 4 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 26, in the Oscar Larson Performing Arts Center's Larson Memorial Concert Hall. The orchestra will perform the opening movement and finale from Beethoven's Symphony No. 5.

Amanda Husted: Future play therapist

More often than not, the story about how someone figured out what they want to do—with their life or their career—is quite interesting. When a person is passionate about what they do, the “how I got to where I am” can even be inspiring.   For Amanda Husted, a graduate student and teaching assistant in the Van D. and Barbara B.