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Seiber Leads Research Ethics Training for Health in Indigenous Communities (rETHICS) at SDSU

Michaela Seiber, research coordinator in the College of Pharmacy and Allied Health's Department of Allied and Population Health and 2016 Master of Public Health graduate, led a human subjects research ethics training at the University Student Union Sept. 18. Seiber teamed with the SDSU IRB and Sanford Research to host this free training.

SDSU biofilm center researchers focus on nitrogen-fixing bacteria

South Dakota State University faculty from four departments will work on improving the ability of nitrogen-fixing bacteria to colonize soybean roots through the South Dakota Biofilm Science and Engineering Center.

Thousands of Jackrabbits make One Day for STATE successful

One gift every 21 seconds for 24 hours—that’s the breakdown of what Jackrabbits in 45 states and eight countries accomplished Sept. 12 during One Day for STATE. The SDSU Foundation’s third-annual giving day celebrated what it means to be part of the Jackrabbits family and the impact that can be made through private gifts. In 24 hours, 3,744 donors came together, raising $1,348,477.

Battaly, Hawkins to speak at South Dakota State University

Perspectives on the intellectual virtues required for an informed citizenry will be considered by visiting scholars at South Dakota State University this week during the three-day workshop on “Populism and the Recovery of the Intellectual Virtues.” Made possible by a grant through the South Dakota Humanities Council, the project aims to explore the phenomenon of populism in relation to ongoing wo

First Dakota National Bank Agricultural Banking Team Named 2019 South Dakota State University Friend of the Beef Industry

The First Dakota National Bank Agricultural Banking Team has been named the 2019 South Dakota State University  Friend of the Beef Industry. Agriculture has been in First Dakota’s blood since they opened their doors in 1872.

SDSU wins City of Brookings Mayor's Award for Sustainability

If South Dakota State University’s energy consumption had stayed the same on a per square foot basis in the past decade, the university would be spending $1 million more annually due to the recent building projects. However, due to more efficient chiller plants, boiler plants, ventilation systems, lighting upgrades and solar panels, South Dakota State is keeping its energy costs in check. Those

FCC chairman visits campus

South Dakota State University ranks among world’s best for remote-sensing research

South Dakota State University achieved its best-ever worldwide and United States’ rankings in the ShanghaiRanking’s 2019 Global Ranking of Academic Subjects. SDSU ranked 22nd in the world and fifth in the U.S. based on research productivity in the area of remote sensing for the period 2013-17. In the 2017 rankings, SDSU was seventh in the U.S. and 27th in the world. It was 12th in the U.S.

Staley to discuss a strategy for the humanities

When David Staley visits South Dakota State University in early October, he will be very busy. Staley, author of “Alternative Universities: Speculative Design for Innovation in Higher Education” will deliver “A Strategy for the Humanities in the 21st Century” Oct. 3 at 11 a.m. in the Oscar Larson Performing Arts Center’s Founders Recital Hall.

Albee named September’s Civil Service Employee of the Month

Jessica Albee has been named South Dakota State University’s Civil Service Employee of the Month for September. Albee, a custodian with Facilities and Services, will be honored at 2:15 p.m. Sept.