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Boggs named November's Civil Service Employee of the Month

In recognition of her dedication to the South Dakota State University Jerome J. Lohr College of Engineering’s Department of Mechanical Engineering, Jane Boggs has been named the November Civil Service Employee of the Month.   Her reception will be start at 1 p.m. Nov.

POET Bioproducts Institute to transition research to marketplace

A new laboratory will bring researchers from South Dakota State University and South Dakota Mines together with industry partners to transition bench-scale bioprocessing and bioproducts research to the marketplace. The POET Bioproducts Institute “will provide structure and simplicity for private enterprise to collaborate with university scientists to develop products,” according to SDSU Vice Pres

Students to present, DeBoer to speak at SDSU Senior Design Conference

More than 190 South Dakota State University Jerome J. Lohr College of Engineering students will present solutions to real-world problems at the 27th annual Senior Design Conference Nov. 23. Fifty-three projects will be presented by 191 students at this year’s event, which runs at various locations in the University Student Union from 8:30 a.m.

Natalie Hoyes Receives 2021 Walt McCarty Advising Award

Natalie Hoyes, Professional Advisor in the Department of Animal Science at South Dakota State University, received the 2021 Walt McCarty Advising Award in the College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences.  “The Walt McCarty Advising Award is a huge honor to even be nominated for, much less receive,” said Hoyes.

'Oakwood' Empowers Jackrabbits Talent to Find Their Voice

Jackrabbits have a bold story to tell, and "Oakwood" magazine is just the place to share it. Established in 1975, SDSU’s annual literature and arts journal began when former student Doug Cockrell and English professor David Evans decided to collaborate on a medium that could spotlight the work of both students and regional writers.

Saving Energy = Saving Money

Earlier this fall, you may have read about the predicted energy cost increase this winter. According to an article published by the Brookings Register on Oct.

Chicoine’s Mark at SDSU Continues with Named Building

Though his tenure as president concluded in 2016, President Emeritus David Chicoine’s legacy at State is far from over.

Inaugural Blue Coat Ceremony Celebrates SDSU Professional Program in Veterinary Medicine Students

The first class of the SDSU professional program in veterinary medicine students were honored at the Inaugural Blue Coat Ceremony Nov, 5, where the students were presented with a personalized blue Carhartt work coat. “We carefully selected our first class of students, all of them are exceptionally bright and committed to learning the many aspects of veterinary medicine,” said Gary Gackstetter, pr

BOLD & BLUE: $10 million gift made to First Bank & Trust Arena

The vision to renovate Frost Arena into a revitalized venue got a major boost Friday with a $10 million gift from an anonymous donor. That comes less than two months after First Bank & Trust announced its $20 million lead gift for naming rights. “We are thankful and inspired by this incredible gift, and the investment it represents in our student-athletes and coaches,” said Director of Athle

An added emphasis to interprofessional education

Interprofessional education within the College of Pharmacy and Allied Health Professions is being given added emphasis. With the 2021-22 school year, 15% of associate professor Brittney Meyer’s contract is specifically dedicated to interprofessional learning, which occurs “when students from different health professions learn about, from, and with each other,” according to Teresa Seefeldt, associ