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College Factual ranks SDSU's MLS program

Citing the quality of South Dakota State University’s medical laboratory science program, College Factual ranked the program in seven categories. The MLS program was ranked: 3 - Best value colleges for clinical/medical laboratory science; 5 - Best online clinical/medical laboratory science programs; 18 - Highest-paid clinical/medical laboratory science graduates; 21 - Best schools for clini

Johnson selected for 2021 Purple Heart Patriot Project

South Dakota State University Coordinator for Veterans Affairs Connie Johnson has been selected to participate in the 2021 Purple Heart Patriot Project, held Sept. 26 through Oct. 1. “I am honored to have been nominated and selected for the Purple Heart Mission Trip.

The Heart of Honors, The Students: Hattie Seten

Hattie Seten is a senior Honors student majoring in Political science, Spanish, and global studies. She aspires to a career as a Foreign Service Officer serving in Latin America and the Middle East, and is interested in working on international and diplomatic matters related to immigration, water conflict, and global trade. She hopes to one day become a U.S. ambassador.

Reflections on a Premier Pathway: Advice from Toby Uecker

Toby Uecker serves as the Dean of Students at SDSU.   How has the Honors College at SDSU influenced your current path?  “The simplest answer is that the Honors College is the biggest reason that I even attended SDSU, and the community that I had in Honors as an undergraduate formed my deepest connections to this place that is now both my alma mater and my professional home.

The College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences Welcomes a New Soil Health Researcher

Sutie Xu, a soil health researcher, has joined the Department of Agronomy, Horticulture and Plant Science at South Dakota State University as an Assistant Professor. “Dr. Xu is extremely passionate about improving soil health and about the concept of regenerative agriculture,” said David Wright, Agronomy, Horticulture and Plant Science Department Head.

Opioid addiction care team reaches more patients, professionals

The work that the Center for Family Medicine’s medication-assisted treatment addiction care team is doing has become even more important amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Schultz named to Student Leaders in Public Health cohort

South Dakota State University student Heidi Schultz has been named to a 10-member Student Leaders in Public Health cohort by the Rocky Mountain Public Health Training Center.

SDSU study examines woodchip quality in bioreactors

Associate professor Guanghui Hua, professor Chris Schmit and lecturer Kyungnan “Karen” Min are evaluating the efficiency of fresh and weathered woodchips at removing nitrates from tile drainage water.

SDSU microbiology student improves soybean meal digestibility

Soybean meal is an important source of protein for animal feed, but it’s not perfect. “Soybean meal contains substances, known as antinutritional factors, that do not harm the animal, but can interfere with digestion,” explained South Dakota State University sophomore Javi Adividya.

Change in attitude helps alumnus win award

A change in attitude has paid off for Mathew Raba ‘01/M.Ed. ’08.