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SDState to compete in national advertising competition

The South Dakota State University advertising competition team is headed to Hollywood, Florida, for the American Advertising Federation’s National Student Advertising Competition finals.

SDSU pharmacy graduates exceed national residency match average

Exceeding national averages is nothing new for the South Dakota State University College of Pharmacy and Allied Health Professions.

Hellwig named a 2019 American Society of Hospital Pharmacists Fellow

South Dakota State University College of Pharmacy and Allied Health Professions Associate Professor Thaddaus Hellwig has been named a 2019 American Society of Hospital Pharmacists Fellow. Hellwig and 21 others will be honored June 11 during the ASHP Summer Meetings and Exhibition in Boston. “Being named an ASHP Fellow is a great honor,” said Hellwig.

GoodIron, Hearting receive Cobell Scholarships

South Dakota State University College of Nursing students Jazmine GoodIron and Andrea Hearting have been named Cobell Scholarship recipients for the 2019-20 academic year.

Programs benefit student learning through Assessment Academy

The primary goals for the South Dakota State University Assessment Academy are to assess academic programs and make changes to benefit student learning.  Having a high-quality assessment helps contribute to SDState’s continuing accreditation with the Higher Learning Commission.

Perry to represent SDState at Austrian music academy

Due to a unique circumstance, South Dakota State University’s music program will be represented at the Austrian American Mozart Academy this summer. Junior Micah Perry of Brookings was chosen for a part in Mozart’s opera “Bastien and Bastienne,” and will travel to Salzburg, Austria.

SDSU graduate student finds success at national research lab

“Success is where preparation and opportunity meet.” That adage captures the experiences of South Dakota State University graduate student Prateek Munankarmi. When Munankarmi interviewed for an internship at National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Golden, Colorado, he found the research he was doing at South Dakota State matched what the lab was doing—and he landed the position. That did not hap

Doerner named dean at Alaska Fairbanks

Kinchel Doerner has been named the dean of the College of Natural Science and Mathematics at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Doerner, who has served as dean of South Dakota State University’s Graduate School since 2012, starts at UAF Aug. 4.

SDSU ADRDL’s Active Surveillance for African Swine Fever

USDA has officially announced a surveillance effort for African Swine Fever (ASF) through the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) working with the swine industry, the states, and veterinary diagnostic laboratories.   This testing will include samples from high-risk animals, including sick pig submissions to veterinary diagnostic laboratories; sick or dead pigs at slaughter; and pig

Ethan girl wins nursing essay

Ethan fifth-grader Rachel Weisz may be shy on words, but she isn’t lacking in direction. She knows why she wants to be a nurse. Her essay on that topic won the statewide contest sponsored by State Dakota State University’s College of Nursing. The contest, established in 2002, lets students use 150 words to explain their thoughts on a nursing career.