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Animal science students present research, participate in educational contests at American Society of Animal Science meetings

South Dakota State University students in the Animal Science Department presented research and competed in the academic quadrathlon at the American Society of Animal Science Midwest Section meetings in Omaha, Nebraska, March 2-4. Madison Kovarna, a junior animal science major from Merrill, Iowa, won her division in the Undergraduate Research Poster Competition.

Talk on hot flashes canceled

Travel restrictions brought on by the spread of the coronavirus has prompted the cancellation of the March 26 Nursing Deans Lecture at South Dakota State University. Janet Carpenter, associate dean for research at the University of Indiana School of Nursing, was to speak on menopause, specifically hot flashes. The College of Nursing is planning to invite Carpenter for the 2021 lecture.

CANCELED - Field to Fork Fest

The South Dakota Agricultural Heritage Museum and Brookings Farmers Market made the decision to cancel the Field to Fork Fest scheduled for March 14 at the South Dakota Agricultural Heritage Museum.

Inaugural Field to Fork Fest to be at South Dakota Agricultural Heritage Museum

The South Dakota Agricultural Heritage Museum is partnering with the Brookings Farmers Market for the first Field to Fork Fest. The free event is open to the public and will be held at museum March 14 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Field to Fork Fest is planned to be an educational and market event focused on supporting local agriculture.

Volunteers Needed for 2020 National History Day in South Dakota State Contest

The National History Day in South Dakota program is looking for volunteers to help with the 39th annual state contest.

RecycleMania 2020

Let the competition begin! For the tenth year in a row, SDSU will be participating in RecycleMania. RecycleMania is a nationwide recycling competition that takes place every February and March. What’s the purpose you might ask? It’s simple!

SDSU Researchers to Present at the Joint Meeting of American Society of Animal Science, American Dairy Science Association

South Dakota State University researchers, graduate students and SDSU Extension experts from the Department of Animal Science and Department of Dairy and Food Science will present a variety of research results at the joint meetings of the American Society of Animal Science Midwest Section and the American Dairy Science Association Midwest Branch in Omaha, Neb., from March 2 - 4, 2020. “We are ver

Faculty in the College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences and SDSU Extension expert recognized for excellence

Faculty members and researchers in South Dakota State University’s College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences, as well as SDSU Extension experts, were recognized at the university’s annual Celebration of Faculty Excellence on February 18, 2020, for outstanding research, teaching and service. “The Celebration of Faculty Excellence is an opportunity to recognize and acknowledge some of

PRT announces schedule for 50th season

Prairie Repertory Theatre’s 50th season celebrates a half-century of outstanding entertainment and training for young theater artists. The 2020 season will only be performed in the Oscar Larson Performing Arts Center proscenium theater on the campus of South Dakota State University.

Harris III will be keynote speaker at Launch

Award-winning illusionist and entrepreneur Harris III will be the keynote speaker at the 14th-annual South Dakota Entrepreneurship Education Conference, which will take place Feb. 20 in the Dana J.