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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.

Students receive award at AISES National Conference

South Dakota State University’s American Indian Science and Engineering Society student organization received The Outreach and Community Service Award at the annual AISES National Conference, held Sept.

SDSU launches $500 million comprehensive campaign

Largest campaign in state history will focus on people-centered initiatives, scholarships, faculty support   South Dakota State University announced today a goal to raise $500 million in its third comprehensive campaign in the school’s history. Bold & Blue is the largest philanthropic fundraising initiative ever in South Dakota, with a target amount of nearly twice the funds raised. “It’s a

Child and Family Resource Network to hold online parenting classes in November

The Child and Family Resource Network at South Dakota State University will hold four free parenting classes online in November. These classes focus on helping parents discover what their children’s behaviors could mean. The classes, for parents of children birth to age 3, will run from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Mondays, starting Nov. 1 and running through Nov. 22.

Faculty exhibit opens Nov. 8

Several South Dakota State University faculty members are holding an exhibit in Grove Hall’s Ritz Gallery Nov. 8-Dec. 3. Ten faculty members from the SDSU School of Design and a professor emeritus are participating in the studio art and graphic design faculty exhibit.

EduMed recognizes SDSU as a top online school in health care education

South Dakota State University has been named one of 2021’s best schools for online programs and courses in health care education by SDSU earned top honors for distance education in the following subject areas: Most Affordable Online Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner Programs. Best PMHNP Programs Online. Best Online DNP Programs. Best Nurse Practitioner Programs Online. Most Afford

SDSU Foundation Set to Make Historic Announcement on SDSU’s Latest Comprehensive Campaign

The SDSU Foundation will present two game-changing events Thursday as the university embarks on its third and largest comprehensive fundraising campaign. Billed A Bold Announcement, SDSU President Barry H. Dunn and co-chair Dana Dykhouse ’79 will reveal campaign details at 4:30 p.m. in Club 71 of Dana J. Dykhouse Stadium.

SDNA honors seven from College of Nursing

South Dakota State University’s College of Nursing had seven individuals recognized for their service at the 2021 South Dakota Nurses Association Convention and annual business meeting Oct.

Schmidt Named October Civil Service Employee of the Month

Due to her attitude that each space she works in is the student's home, Cindy Schmidt has been selected as the South Dakota State University Civil Service Employee of the Month recipient for October. Starting at SDSU in March 1993, Schmidt has had numerous positions with Student Life Building Services, including recently being named a custodial supervisor in the University Student Union and Mille

NIH grant helps unravel rare inflammatory genetic disorders

Assistant professor Jaime Lopez is investigating an enzyme called linear ubiquitin assembly complex, or LUBAC, that plays a central role in regulating cell death through a five-year, nearly $1.3 million National Institutes of Health RO1 grant.