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SDSU selected as one of seven metaversities

South Dakota State University has been named one of seven metaversities by VictoryXR. As a metaversity, SDSU will later roll out a digital twin, replica campus for students to attend whether they are on campus or learning remotely.

SDSU places third at national speech tournament

South Dakota State University placed third in the limited entry team sweepstakes at the American Forensics Association National Speech Tournament April 1-4 at the University of Nebraska. This is the first team placing for SDSU at this prestigious national tournament, earning points in all seven categories for which it competed.

2022 Issue of ‘Oakwood’ unveiling to be April 21 at Briggs Library

Founded in 1975, South Dakota State University’s literary magazine “Oakwood” is fast approaching its 50th anniversary. This year’s issue debuts April 21 at the Hilton M.

SDSU event highlights need for public health workers

South Dakota State University took time April 5 to recognize the “invisible” contingent of America’s public health workforce. Out of the trillions of dollars dedicated each year to health in the United States, only about 3% have been spent historically on public health and prevention, according to Charles Chima, public health director for the City of Sioux Falls and keynote speaker at a National...

Students hold exhibit at Washington Pavilion

Fourteen South Dakota State University students will hold an exhibit in the Young Artists Gallery in the Visual Arts Center at the Washington Pavilion in Sioux Falls. The exhibit, A Gateway to Place Between, opens April 8 with a 5 p.m. reception. It will be on display until Aug.

SDSU granted $11m for biomedical research

Biomedical research being done at South Dakota State University, specifically in the area of inflammation, will be advanced through a $10.8 million, five-year federal grant. The award from the National Institutes of Health will fund work in the newly created Center of Biomedical Research Excellence and is potentially renewable for a second and third five-year period.

Governor to address vets, SDSU cadets

Gov. Kristi Noem will be on the South Dakota State University campus April 13 to honor all veterans and recognize the achievements of the Army and Air Force ROTC cadets. Governor’s Day will be observed at 11 a.m. in the Sanford-Jackrabbit Athletic Center.

Students to explore careers during summer camps on college campuses

South Dakota middle school students will have an opportunity to participate in free, five-day career exploration camps this summer.

Kolady selected as a Fulbright U.S. Scholar

Deepthi Kolady, associate professor in the Ness School of Management and Economics, has been selected as a 2022-2023 Fulbright U.S. Scholar. As a Fulbright scholar, Kolady will be visiting Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok, Thailand, in 2023. Kolady received her doctorate in agricultural economics from Cornell University and M.S.

SDSU Names 99th Little International Winners

South Dakota State University hosted the 99th Little International at the SDSU Animal Science Arena in Brookings on April 1-2.