The South Dakota Veterinary Medical Association (SDVMA) and SDSU partnered to honor 14 SDSU students who have been accepted to veterinary schools for Fall 2019. The ceremony, the seventh annual, was held on Friday, April 26 in the Hobo Day gallery of the SDSU student union. A capacity crowd of family members, friends, and SDSU faculty and staff was on hand.
The students, all of whom completed
Joe, Bev, Joseph and Cody Cassady
Brookings Area Master Gardeners
Phil, Phil Jr.
Eluned Jones has been named the founding director of South Dakota State University’s Ness School of Management and Economics.
Interest in water quality, ecology and aquatic invertebrates has driven the work of Nels Troelstrup.
TheBestSchools.org named South Dakota State University’s online bachelor’s degree program in sociology one of the nation’s best in its 2019 rankings.
“TheBestSchools.org seeks to promote those colleges and universities that challenge their students with the finest degree programs,” said Dan Edelen, director of marketing services for TheBestSchools.org.
The Wellness Center is now hiring for Fall 2019 positions. No experience necessary; however, only highly motivated candidates need apply. Applications can be filled out at the Welcome Desk!
May 2019 South Dakota State University graduate Jordan Otta secured a summer internship with global advertising agency FCB Health in New York City after being selected from a pool of candidates from across the country.
“I am beyond excited,” said Otta, who majored in advertising with minors in marketing and journalism. “I am working for the nation’s leading pharmaceutical advertising agency.
Leann Horsley, an assistant dean for South Dakota State University’s College of Nursing, was recently elected to the International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning’s board of directors as vice president for programs.
“Participation on INACSL’s board of directors will provide me further opportunity to grow as a leader,” said Horsley, who is the college’s first-ever JoAnn an
Study.com has named South Dakota State University’s College of Nursing No. 12 for its doctor of nursing practice program and No.
South Dakota State University was listed as one of the top-performing institutions in terms of exceeding expected six-year graduation rates, according to analysis of 368 colleges and universities done by The New York Times and the Urban Institute’s Center on Education Data and Policy.