Skip to main content
Close Search


Lauralee Eaton named SDSU College of Agriculture Food and Environmental Sciences Student Advocate

Lauralee Eaton, sophomore agriculture education major from Pine Island, Minnesota, has been selected to serve as the South Dakota State University College of Agriculture Food and Environmental Sciences Student Advocate.

Underwater drone expands water quality testing capabilities

An underwater drone capable of carrying seven sensors and taking leaf and soil samples is increasing research capabilities at the South Dakota Water Resources Institute.

Eminent Leaders in Agriculture, Family and Community Program Canceled for 2020

The South Dakota State University College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences and the College of Education and Human Sciences announce that the Eminent Leaders in Agriculture, Family and Community award program is canceled for 2020. “The Eminent Leaders award program is a much-anticipated tradition we look forward to every September,” said Jill Thorngren, Dean of the College of Educat

SDSU grads receive diplomas in virtual ceremonies

South Dakota State University’s spring commencement went off with the precision of a prerecorded ceremony Saturday. In fact, that’s just what it was. Three virtual ceremonies were aired at the time and day that live ceremonies would have been held had not the COVID-19 pandemic changed life in South Dakota and around the world. Organizers were pleased with viewers and viewership.

RecycleMania 2020 Results

2020 RecycleMania Results are in! RecycleMania is a nationwide recycling competition that focuses on reducing waste and diverting waste from the landfill. Colleges and universities report weekly weights for their trash, recycling, and other diversion efforts.

Lewis selected for VA Post-baccalaureate Nurse Residency Program

As a veteran of the U.S. Army, Michael Lewis looked to the Department of Veterans Affairs as an option to start his nursing career when finished with his bachelor’s degree from South Dakota State University’s College of Nursing.

Three graduates earn Regional Teacher of Year Honors

Three South Dakota State University graduates were recognized when Gov. Kristi Noem proclaimed May 4-8 Teacher Appreciation Week in South Dakota. There were five teachers honored in all. They were: Region #1: Lisa Weier M.Ed ’12, Project Lead the Way, George S. Mickelson Middle School (Brookings) Region #4: Spencer Cody, M.S.

SDSU Archives Gathers Stories of the COVID-19 Pandemic

Materials often find their way to the SDSU Archives & Special Collections department years after their creation, when the moment of history that they reflect has long since passed.

SDSU becomes approved center for play therapy

The Institute for Play Therapy Education at SDSU is the first in the state to become an Association for Play Therapy-approved center.

South Dakota’s Universities and Technical Colleges Sign Transfer Agreement

Higher education leaders in South Dakota continue to collaborate and to enhance opportunities for students.