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College of Nursing's RN to BSN program ranked as state's best

The South Dakota State University College of Nursing was ranked No. 1 in RegisteredNursing.org’s list of 2020 Best Online RN to BSN Programs in South Dakota. “Our team analyzed online RN to BSN programs in South Dakota looking for the best programs in the state. South Dakota State University's program came in at the top of our list.

1966 alum and Washington state couple create endowed professorship in business finance and investments

A new endowed professorship in the Ness School of Management and Economics has recently been gifted by a Bainbridge Island, Washington, couple to honor the education Everett DuBois received at South Dakota State University and as an investment in the faculty currently serving SDSU. The Everett and Bernetta DuBois Endowed Professorship in Business Finance and Investments is the first endowed posit

Communication key when teaching

There’s no substitute for hands-on instruction, especially when it comes to learning proper technique and form in a very hands-on course like strength and conditioning. But when that’s not an option, you make the best of the situation.

South Dakota State University Animal Science Graduate Students Receive Top Five Finish in Graduate Student Poster Contest

Three South Dakota State University graduate students competed in the recent Plains Nutrition Council Spring Conference Graduate Student Poster Contest.

Plant science doctoral student named recipient of national sunflower scholarship

Ruchika Ruchika, a graduate student in the South Dakota State University Department of Agronomy, Horticulture and Plant Science, is the recipient of this year's $5,000 Curtis Stern Memorial Scholarship administered by the National Sunflower Association.

JacksRBack Task Force adopts guiding principles for planning, sets timeline for communications and community engagement

The South Dakota State University JacksRBack Task Force planning process has been underway during the month of May.

SDSU, Capital Services expand fellowship program

Capitalizing on a postgraduate fellowship, South Dakota State University graduate Ryan Burton has established himself within one of South Dakota’s leading financial firms. Burton, of Sioux Falls, serves as portfolio analytics and risk director at Capital Services in Sioux Falls, a position he has held since 2018, seven years after joining Capital in 2011.

Engineering students rebound for virtual contest

Disappointment was only a temporary setback for a group of South Dakota State University students hoping to place high in an engineering contest. SDSU already had a team of 18 students signed up to compete in human-powered vehicle contests in East Lansing, Michigan, and Perry, Georgia, in April when the COVID-19 pandemic arrived and put an end to public gatherings as well as in-person teaching.

Block and Bridle named 2020 SDSU College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences Club of the Year

The College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences has named South Dakota State University’s Block and Bridle chapter the 2020 CAFES Club of the Year.

Kattelmann will receive the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics’ 2020 Medallion Award

For someone whose initial plan was to be a registered dietitian and not return to college, Kendra Kattelmann’s career plan went awry. Kattelmann ’77, a distinguished professor and department head in South Dakota State University’s College of Education and Human Sciences, will be presented the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics’ 2020 Medallion Award in October. The Academy of Nutrition and Dietet