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Agricultural business student selected for Farm Foundation Cultivators program

Matthias Kunerth, a senior agricultural business major from Brewster, Minnesota, has been selected as a 2020 Farm Foundation Cultivator.

South Dakota State University’s Southeast Research Farm to Host Virtual Field Day

The South Dakota State University Southeast Research Farm will be hosting a virtual field day version of the farm’s annual field day online July 7, at 2:00 p.m.

SDSU scientist extracts cellulose from cornstalks

Assistant professor Srinivas Janaswamy is extracting cellulose from corn stover and solubilizing it to make strong, biodegradable films.

South Dakota State University’s Dakota Lakes Research Farm to Host Virtual Field Day on June 25, 2020

South Dakota State University’s Dakota Lakes Research Farm will be hosting a virtual version of the station’s annual field day online June 25 at 3:00 p.m.

Department of Natural Resource Management Graduate Student Receives International Wildlife Scholarship

Marlin Dart, a graduate student in the South Dakota State University Department of Natural Resource Management, has received a $1,250 Wild Felid Legacy Scholarship from the Wild Felid Association.

APLU Releases Reports Identifying 11 Critical Employability Skills Gaps for Graduates

Pat Crawford, director of South Dakota State University’s School of Design, was the co-principal investigator and author of two reports on employability skills, released today by the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities. Crawford worked with Wendy Fink, APLU’s executive director for its academic programs section, on the latest reports and one in 2011.

Mike Brown Leaves Over 26-Year Legacy at SDSU

Mike Brown will always cherish the day he hooded his first Ph.D. student or shared in any of his students’ successes.

Patricia Johnson retires after 33 years of dedicated work in range science

The second woman in the world to be hired into a range science faculty position, Patricia Johnson served as an essential educator and impactful researcher at South Dakota State University for 33 years. “Pat has been a trailblazer and a role model for women in her discipline throughout her career,” said Dr.

South Dakota State University Teams Up With South Dakota Pork Producers Council to Support Pork Producers and Feed South Dakotans

Due to packing plant shutdowns across the country, many pork producers have been struggling to find places to harvest their animals, which is having a dramatic impact on South Dakota’s pork producers.

South Dakota State University Exclusive Reasons Training and Livestock Judging Webinars Registration Now Open

The South Dakota State University Livestock Judging Team will host a three-week exclusive youth reasons training and livestock judging webinar. The webinars will include an overview of livestock selection and evaluation for cattle, hogs, sheep and goats. There will be multiple sessions that cover everything from the basics to specifics for reasons, questions and contest preparations.