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Osei Poku Selected to 2020-2022 Phi Kappa Phi Council of Students

South Dakota State University student Vivian Osei Poku recently was selected to serve on The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi's 2020-2022 Council of Students.

SDSU awarded American Indians into Nursing grant

Scholarship support for Native American nursing students at South Dakota State University has been bolstered by a four-year federal grant. The SDSU College of Nursing is among five universities nationwide to receive a grant from the Indian Health Service for its American Indians into Nursing program. SDSU is to receive $337,341 for its first year (Aug.

Dunn, Mahamed named to Regents' Higher Education Task Force

The first meeting of a task force to study operations of the public university system in South Dakota is scheduled Oct.

SDSU offers students COVID-19 drive-thru testing

South Dakota State University is offering COVID-19 drive-thru testing by appointment for SDSU students. Testing started at 1 p.m. Wednesday. The drive-thru testing is only for SDSU students who have been ordered to take a test by their health care provider.

Brookings tackling diversity issues through focus groups gathering multiple points of view

A collaborative grant partnership taking a comprehensive look at workplace diversity and inclusion in the community of Brookings has launched the first of many focus groups aimed at gathering multiple viewpoints on the issues. After a five-month delay caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Brookings Inclusive Collaborative is convening focus groups of business leaders, human resources managers, cul

Outstanding Young Speech Teacher Award goes to SDSU’s Chromey

Kelli Chromey, an assistant professor at South Dakota State University, has been named the Outstanding Young Speech Teacher by the Speech Communication Association of South Dakota. “Kelli has quickly become one of the most influential teachers in the School of Communication and Journalism.

SDACTE honors Graves, DeBates

South Dakota State University assistant professor Nicole A. Graves has been named the 2020 South Dakota Association for Career and Technical Education Postsecondary Teacher of the Year. Graves also received the award in 2019.

SDSU power systems professor, alumnus honored

Reinaldo Tonkoski, an associate professor in the South Dakota State University Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, has been honored for his part with an Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers work group. Tonkoski and 21 colleagues from around the world received the 2020 IEEE Power & Energy Society Working Group Recognition Award for the technical report, “Micr

Denholm Estate provides endowments for McCrory Gardens and the South Dakota Agricultural Heritage Museum

Two beloved institutions at South Dakota State University are the benefactors of a generous gift from Frank Denholm and his wife, Mildred.

Green Electronics Council Recognizes SDSU

South Dakota State University was recognized as one of the 2020 EPEAT Purchaser Award winners. SDSU and the other organizations were honored by the Green Electronics Council, the organization that manages the EPEAT ecolabel. Overall, 74 organizations, including cities, states, U.S.