The South Dakota Board of Regents recognized student organizations from South Dakota State University for excellence in academic, community and organizational work.
SDSU student groups receiving the special regents’ awards were:
Award for Academic Excellence
The Plant Science Graduate Student Association organizes scientific events and department communic
A new graduate degree at South Dakota State University aims to meet the needs of instructors at two- and four-year postsecondary institutions, especially those working at tribal colleges and universities.
The 2019 annual meeting of the American Dairy Science Association (ADSA) took place June 23-26 in Cincinnati. Almost 1,900 dairy foods and production specialists from around the globe were in attendance.
South Dakota State University’s annual Northeast Research Farm Field Day will be held on July 11 at 4:30 p.m. The research farm is located at 15710 455 Ave., South Shore. It is 2.5 miles west of Interstate 29 off Exit 193 (South Shore Exit).
The first tour will be the Weed Management Tour. Paul O.
The South Dakota State University College of Nursing was ranked No. 7 in RegisteredNursing.org’s list of 2019 Best Clinical Nurse Leader Programs. The ranking of CNL programs is a first for the firm.
“Clinical nurse leaders are crucial health-care team members, overseeing processes to improve patient outcomes.
Lloyd Metzger, South Dakota State University Alfred Chair and professor of dairy and food science, received the International Dairy Food Association Award for Teaching in Dairy Manufacturing June 24 at the national meeting of the American Dairy Science Association in Cincinnati.
South Dakota State University’s School of American and Global Studies will officially open its doors July 1. The South Dakota Board of Regents approved it during its May meeting.
Study.com has ranked South Dakota State University No. 10 in its 50 Best Colleges for Education Majors.
According to Study.com, “South Dakota State offers 16 degrees in education, including a B.S. in early childhood education, a B.S. in physical education teacher education and a B.S. in early education and care.
Nurse-researchers at South Dakota State University are helping rural clinics more fully utilize registered nurses in primary care and have expanded the nursing curriculum to better prepare students to deliver that care.
“We want to see what we can do locally to help facilities re-envision what the future of primary care could look like with RNs practicing to the full extent of their licensure,” A
PIERRE, S.D. – On May 29, Gov. Kristi Noem announced that Christine Stewart, an English professor at South Dakota State University, has been named as the next South Dakota Poet Laureate. Stewart, who begins her four-year term July 1, will be the state’s seventh poet laureate.