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New research center opens in the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

The College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences (CAHSS) opened the Research, Scholarship and Creative Activity (RSCA) Center for Excellence this fall.

Hauff becomes assistant professor of Lakota and American Indian and Indigenous Studies

Tasha Hauff, former online instructor of Lakota, is now an assistant professor of Lakota and American Indian and Indigenous Studies. Hauff is a Miniconjou Lakota educator enrolled in the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe. With a Ph.D.

From alumna to faculty: Larson returns as an instructor

Jade Larson, temporary instructor in the School of Communication and Journalism, is one of the proud alumni coming back to work at South Dakota State University (SDSU). Larson attended SDSU for her undergraduate and graduate coursework. She earned a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree in communication studies with minors in legal studies and political science.

Child and Family Resource Network provides services to child care providers, parents

  Parents know finding quality child care is important and challenging.

University Headquarters ranks SDSU's operations management program

University Headquarters ranked South Dakota State University No. 44 on its list of the top 75 most affordable operations management programs in the U.S.

Profilet and DeJong Family Fund First Endowed Position in SDSU’s College of Education and Human Sciences

Through the generosity of two South Dakota State University alumni, the university has established its first endowed faculty position in the College of Education and Human Sciences. The Tate Profilet and Mary DeJong Family Endowed Director of Early Childhood Education was formalized at an Oct. ranks College of Nursing as the best B.S.N. program in SD has ranked the South Dakota State University’s College of Nursing as the best B.S.N. program in South Dakota.

Miller Wellness Center Honors President Emerita’s Vision and Philanthropy

Fifteen years after her tenure ended as president of South Dakota State University, Peggy Gordon Miller’s legacy continues to make an impact at State.

NIH grant to advance curcumin formulation for colon inflammation

A safe, localized treatment for chronic inflammation in the intestinal tract will move one step closer to helping patients reduce their risk of developing colon cancer, thanks to a three-year, $433,000 National Institutes of Health grant awarded to professor Hemachand Tummala of the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences. Current treatments for inflammatory bowel diseases, such as ulcerative colit

SDSU Police Department receives IACLEA reaccreditation

The South Dakota State University Police Department became one of the nation’s nearly 50 departments to earn reaccreditation by the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators. When it was accredited in 2017, UPD was one of only 48 campus departments to earn the international accreditation.