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Fishback Honors College involvement spurs research pursuits

If it weren’t for her involvement in the Van D. and Barbara B.

Research helps SDSU senior refine career path

When Sioux Falls native Zachary Lehmann came to South Dakota State University, he set his sights on becoming a medical physicist. “In AP physics class (at Washington High School), I was exposed to the field of medical and health physics, such as radiation therapies for cancer. That piqued my interest (in medical physics),” Lehmann said.

USDA FSA working to include bison herds affected with Mycoplasma in livestock assistance programs, carcass disposal assistance also available

Producers Urged to Inform Local FSA Offices of Mycoplasma Related Death Losses Leadership at USDA’s Farm Service Agency (FSA) have responded to a request from National Bison Association to find a new path for relief for bison producers affected by Mycoplasma infection and mortality.

National spotlight shines on SDSU’s power, energy scholars

Power and energy systems students in the electrical engineering program at South Dakota State University continue to shine bright on the national level. Five students were selected for major scholarships from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, the world’s largest technical professional organization, and one of them was named the region’s top student. In addition, Roberto Pena

Internships gave students many experiences, life lessons

While serving as sales interns for Daktronics, three current and former South Dakota State University students have traveled thousands of miles while visiting more than half the United States.

High-speed internet crucial to rural small businesses

Small-business owners see access to high-speed internet as being crucial to economic development in rural South Dakota, according to a small pilot study conducted by researchers in South Dakota State University’s Ness School of Management and Economics. A survey in five small communities in eastern South Dakota showed 94% of business owners recognized how important high-speed internet is to their

First college-wide interprofessional education launched

Students from the College of Pharmacy and Allied Health Professions participated in the first college-wide interprofessional education activity Oct. 5-6, 2021.

Darrel Bjornson / Distinguished alum goes from Army to academia to Arizona

Better lucky than good? That hardly seems congruent for a story on a man who was honored by the College of Pharmacy and Allied Professions as its Distinguished Alumnus. But Darrel Bjornson, class of 1967, freely admits luck and fortunate timing played a big role in why this youngster from Granite Falls, Minnesota, found himself serving as a colonel in the U.S.

SDSU Livestock Judging Team Named Reserve National Champions

The South Dakota State University Livestock Judging Team was named the reserve national champion team at the National Collegiate Livestock Judging Contest held at the North American International Livestock Exposition in Louisville, Kentucky, Nov. 15.