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An studying Alzheimer’s with Texas research lab

Alzheimer's disease is the most common cause of dementia, a general term referred to an impaired ability to remember, think or reason in daily lives.

Betz-Hamilton to co-host webinar series

South Dakota State University School of Health and Consumer Sciences assistant professor Axton Betz-Hamilton and Sara Croymans, an extension educator from the University of Minnesota Extension, will host a series of webinars addressing enhancing safety in the home, pest prevention and compulsive hoarding. The webinars will equip participants with knowledge on connections between health, well-bein...

3 students inducted into international honor society

Three South Dakota State University students were inducted April 27 into the university’s chapter of Eta Sigma Delta, which is an international honor society that recognizes exceptional academic achievement among hospitality and tourism students.

SDSU Dairy Club to Host 17th Annual Jackrabbit Dairy Camp June 9-11

The South Dakota State University Dairy Club will host the 17th Annual Jackrabbit Dairy Camp June 9-11 on the SDSU campus in Brookings.

Scott receives Carol Hepper Foundation Award

South Dakota State University junior Matthew Scott has been selected as the second-ever recipient of the Carol Hepper Foundation Award in studio art. A studio art major with a printmaking specialization, Scott receives a $5,000 scholarship for the upcoming academic year.

SDSU researcher to study community wildfire evacuation planning

SDSU researcher Dapeng Li has secured a $200,000 National Science Foundation grant to do research on community wildfire evacuation planning. The two-year project runs through Feb.

South Dakota State University researchers awarded $1 million precision ranching grant

South Dakota State University researchers from the Departments of Animal Science and Natural Resource Management have been awarded $1 million by the U.S.

SDSU holds Arbor Day event

South Dakota State University held its annual Arbor Day event Friday morning.

Prairie Repertory Theatre to open season with three shows in June

Prairie Repertory Theatre will open its season June 8 with “The Play That Goes Wrong” in the Oscar Larson Performing Arts Center’s Oscar Larson Theatre on the South Dakota State University campus. Tickets for that performance, and all PRT performances, are available at

Santos named endowed director of SDSU's Ness School of Management and Economics

Lynn Sargeant, dean of South Dakota State University’s College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, announced today Joseph Santos has been selected as the second person to hold the title of endowed director of the Ness School of Management and Economics.   “Dr. Santos brings a breadth of experience to his new leadership role,” Sargeant said.