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SDSU’s Southeast Research Farm Annual Meeting on January 26 to feature latest crop and livestock research

Corn rootworms, rye for finishing hogs, the 2021 growing season and wheat nitrogen management are just a few of the topics to be discussed at South Dakota State University’s Southeast Research Farm Annual Meeting to be held virtually on January 26 beginning at 1:00 p.m. “Farmers tuning in to this webinar will pick up the latest on climate trends in our area, corn planting date work, NPK managemen

First class of students complete Wizipan Leadership and Sustainability Program based at Crazy Horse Memorial

The first class of students to enroll in the new Wizipan Leadership and Sustainability Program recently completed the semester-long experience offered through a unique partnership between South Dakota State University and The Indian University of North America of Crazy Horse Memorial.

SDSU Livestock Judging Team member wins national judging contest

South Dakota State University’s Livestock Judging Team member Tyler Bush won the National Collegiate Livestock Judging Contest held at the North American International Livestock Exposition in Louisville, Kentucky, on November 16. Bush achieved high individual overall and high individual in reasons, competing against students from 19 universities.

Students place in MTNA, SDMTA competitions

Five South Dakota State University students recently won the Music Teachers National Association Young Artist Competition or a South Dakota Music Teachers Association Collegiate Audition for their respective category. Two others placed in the competitions. Individuals who won a MTNA Young Artist Competition advance to a virtual regional competition in December.

State University Theatre and Dance to perform 'The Living' under COVID-19 protocols

South Dakota State University’s State University Theatre and Dance continues its fall 2020 season at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 20 and 21 with “The Living” by Anthony Clarvoe. The performances will be at the Oscar Larson Performing Arts Center. In 1665, the bubonic plague brought London to its knees.

Stephanie Bebensee Receives 2020 Walt McCarty Advising Award

Stephanie Bebensee was recently recognized as an outstanding undergraduate student advisor in the South Dakota State University College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences by receiving the 2020 Walt McCarty Award for Academic Advising. As part of her program coordinator role in the Department of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering, Bebensee has been a supportive mentor w

Heuton receives SDSU Presidential Medallion

South Dakota State University President Barry Dunn recently bestowed the SDSU Presidential Medallion upon Al Heuton, who is retiring in December after serving as the Brookings Economic Development Corporation’s executive director since June 2005. The SDSU Presidential Medallion is bestowed on very select individuals who have significantly contributed toward the advancement and benefit of South Da

University Aviation Association honors Christensen

Cody Christensen, an associate professor at South Dakota State University, received the V.L. Laursen Award at the University Aviation Association’s 73rd Annual Education Conference held virtually in October.

South Dakota State faculty host communication conference for graduate students

Students pursuing graduate degrees from South Dakota State University, North Dakota State University, the University of Minnesota and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln had the opportunity to improve their communication skills at the first annual communication conference hosted by SDSU’s Department of Animal Science faculty on October 23-24 in Marvin, South Dakota.    “This conference i