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U.S. News & World Report ranks 3 SDSU online graduate programs

South Dakota State University had three online graduate programs ranked following a survey of online graduate programs by U.S. News & World Report. U.S. News only surveys programs housed in regionally accredited institutions whose programs are offered mostly or entirely online. SDSU’s following programs were ranked: No. 70 (tie) in Best Online Master's in Engineering Programs; No.

Three SDSU students awarded national pork industry scholarships

Three South Dakota State University students are among only 10 college students selected nationwide by the National Pork Producers Council to receive 2020 Lois Britt Memorial Pork Industry Scholarships.

South Dakota State University Announces Director of New Professional Program in Veterinary Medicine

Gary Gackstetter has been named the director of South Dakota State University’s new Professional Program in Veterinary Medicine.  Enrollment applications are now open for the first class of students who will be part of the new, collaborative program between SDSU and the University of Minnesota.

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.

RegisteredNursing.org ranks College of Nursing No. 8

  The South Dakota State University College of Nursing was ranked No.

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

Diet alone can improve older adults’ health

Older adults on a diet designed to help patients with high blood pressure reaped benefits beyond those anticipated by South Dakota State University researchers.

SDSU researchers developing field device to detect PFAS

SDSU chemistry professor Brian Logue and Seacoast Science research scientist Randy Jackson are developing a portable device to detect the presence of detect the presence of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances.

Undergraduates to present landscape architecture, food science research

South Dakota State University undergraduate students will tell legislators about landscape architecture and food science research at the Student Poster Session March 4 in Pierre.

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