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Support of Major Political Figures in South Dakota Remains Mostly Unchanged and Deeply Polarized

The Spring 2022 SDSU Poll was conducted from May 2nd to May 15th, 2022 by The SDSU Poll, a research group housed in the School of American and Global Studies at South Dakota State University. This poll builds upon similar surveys conducted by The SDSU Poll in April 2021 and August 2021.

Incumbents Have Solid Support in the Republican Primary and South Dakotans Support the Impeachment and Removal of Attorney General from Office

The Spring 2022 SDSU Poll was conducted from May 2nd to May 15th, 2022 by The SDSU Poll, a research group housed in the School of American and Global Studies at South Dakota State University. This poll builds upon similar surveys conducted by The SDSU Poll in April 2021 and August 2021.

Brookings Inclusive Collaborative to hold Intercultural Competence Workshop on June 1

The Brookings Inclusive Collaborative (BIC) is a community coalition with SDSU, Brookings Area Chamber of Commerce, Brookings Economic Development Corporation, Brookings Human Rights Commission, and Vision Brookings.

SDSU commissions 13 ROTC cadets

Thirteen ROTC cadets were commissioned as second lieutenants in the U.S. military at ceremonies May 6, the day before their graduation from South Dakota State University. Commissioned from the Air Force ROTC, plus their hometown and initial assignment, were: • Edward Dion, St. Paul, Minnesota, air battle manager in the U.S.

SDSU featured on 'The College Tour'

South Dakota State University is featured in season four of “The College Tour,” a TV series that is now streaming on Amazon Prime Video. Hosted by “The Amazing Race” season two winner Alex Boylan, “The College Tour” was created to empower high school students to virtually tour colleges across America from the comfort of their own homes.

SDSU places second at National Student Advertising Competition regional

South Dakota State University’s National Student Advertising Competition team finished second in a 2022 regional competition. NSAC, a national competition, gives more than 2,000 college students experience in creating an advertising, marketing or media campaign for a corporate client. This year, the students took on client Meta Platforms Inc., creating a campaign to change the perceptions and in...

SDSU Students and Faculty Volunteer at Aberdeen Camp Med

On April 22, students and faculty from the Department of Allied and Population Health volunteered at the Aberdeen Camp Med where they taught middle school students about health care practices. Camp Med is an annual opportunity for young students to learn about various aspects of health care with the goal of inspiring them to become interested in health care careers.

Nelsen Presents Poster on Porcine Rotavirus Research at SDSU Day of Scholars

On April 19, April Nelsen presented a poster at the Day of Scholars at South Dakota State University. Nelsen works as a clinical coordinator and instructor of medical laboratory sciences and is also pursuing her doctorate in molecular biology.

Jazz festival brings optimism to SDSU and Brookings community

The past few years have increased the need for unity and optimism. The continued partnership between the Brookings Optimist Club and SDSU brought that optimism at their 17th annual SDSU/Brookings Optimist Jazz Festival, held on April 7. The festival, hosted at the Oscar Larson Performing Arts Center, had over 800 middle and high school students and their directors in attendance.

Cancer’s most effective treatment — prevention

Ben Franklin told us an ounce of prevention is worth of pound of cure. When it comes to cancer, the ratio is even higher.