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South Dakota State University Livestock Judging Team to Host Youth Livestock Judging Camp

The South Dakota State University Livestock Judging Team will host two youth livestock judging camps this summer June 8-10 and June 12-14. Youth will have the opportunity to gain hands-on judging experience from members of SDSU’s award-winning livestock judging team and the SDSU Livestock Judging Team Coach Brady Jensen. “The SDSU Livestock Judging Camp is geared for all experience levels, and w...

South Dakota State recognizes student works at URSCAD

South Dakota State University held its annual Undergraduate Research, Scholarship and Creative Activity Day April 12 in the University Student Union’s Volstorff Ballroom. In addition to selecting top student performances, the winners of the Schultz-Werth Awards and the Joseph F. Nelson Undergraduate Research Mentorships were announced. URSCAD is organized by SDSU’s Van D. and Barbara B.

CAIRNS director speaking at the South Dakota Art Museum

The Center for American Indian Research and Native Studies (CAIRNS) Director Craig Howe, Ph.D., will speak during two South Dakota Art Museum public events, April 21 and April 22. The first, April 21 from 4:30-7 p.m., is the opening celebration of the newest CAIRNS exhibition, The Gift. The public is invited to a free reception at the museum from 4:30-6 p.m.

"Crossing the Line" is the Common Read selection

Rebecca Bott-Knutson, dean of South Dakota State University’s Van D. and Barbara B. Fishback Honors College, revealed Wednesday “Crossing the Line” is the Common Read selection for the upcoming academic year. Written by Kareem Rosser, the selection is about his life and serving as captain of the first all-black squad to win the National Interscholastic Polo Championship.

SDSU professor emerita receives IALE's Distinguished Landscape Ecologist Award

Carol Johnston, professor emerita of ecology at South Dakota State University, has been selected by the North American Regional Association of the International Association for Landscape Ecology awards committee to receive the Distinguished Landscape Ecologist Award.

South Dakota State University Wildlife and Fisheries Graduate Students Attend 2022 Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference

Three South Dakota State University graduate students from the Department of Natural Resource Management attended the 2022 Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference Feb. 13-16 in Des Moines, Iowa. “It’s a good opportunity for students to catch up on the latest research and meet people in the same field,” said Alison Coulter, assistant professor in the Department of Natural Resource Management.

Ness School of Management and Economics honors Jones with endowed directorship

On April 5, the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences hosted a pivotal day that was a decade in the making with the formal investiture of Eluned Jones as the inaugural recipient of the Ness Director of the Ness School of Management and Economics. The generosity of Larry and Diane Ness that first led to the creation of the Ness School of Management and Economics has also funded the schoo...

Schultz and Vanden Hull Present at the 2022 APhA Annual Meeting and Expo

Over the weekend of March 18, two student researchers from South Dakota State University presented posters at the 2022 American Pharmacist Association (APhA) annual meeting and exposition in San Antonio, Texas. Heidi Schultz and Alexa Vanden Hull presented on work done through the Community Practice Innovation Center (CPIC) and alongside its faculty, including Drs.

Wokini Knowledge Circle opening

After a year of development, the Wokini Knowledge Circle is ready to open at SDSU Briggs Library. The Wokini Knowledge Circle is a newly arranged public space on the main level of the library and features rotating exhibits, circulating books, artwork, and other materials that share information about Oceti Sakowin (Sioux) culture, history, and people.

Avera sponsorship targets SDSU medical lab students

Avera Health announced a new $40,000 per student sponsorship program for a dozen medical laboratory science students at an unveiling before 19 Medical Laboratory Science I students at South Dakota State University March 28. Later in the day, it was presented via Zoom to several Upward Mobility and Accelerated Mobility students. For selected applicants, the Avera MLS Sponsorship provides a $15,00...