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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.

Electrical engineering / New department head not new to SDSU

When India native Siddharth “Sid” Suryanarayanan stepped into Crothers Engineering Hall at South Dakota State University for a job interview in late 2019, the electrical engineering researcher and educator felt he was on familiar ground. He has been connected to campus for several years thanks to collaborative research with assistant professor Timothy Hansen and associate professor Reinaldo Tonko

Construction finished with American Indian Student Center

Construction is complete on South Dakota State University’s American Indian Student Center. The center, which has more than 12,000 square feet, is located on the north end of the Rotunda Green in the area between Abbott Hall and Harding Hall. “The new and improved AISC is great for all Indigenous youth because it makes students feel a part of a community, sort of like a home away from home.

Pipestone National Monument and SDSU Renew Partnership Agreement

PIPESTONE, Minnesota - The National Park Service is pleased to announce a renewed agreement between Pipestone National Monument in Pipestone, Minnesota, and South Dakota State University in Brookings, South Dakota, is in place for five more years. The Memorandum of Understanding between the two institutions was signed March 30, 2020.

Kattelmann to retire from SDSU after leading facilities and services for 18 years

Dean Kattelmann, associate vice president for facilities and services, announced his retirement from South Dakota State University today after 18 years leading the unit. Kattelmann’s retirement will be effective July 21. “It has been an honor to serve South Dakota State University for nearly two decades, but the time is right for me to begin the next chapter in my life,” Kattelmann said.

SDSU offers degrees in respiratory care

South Dakota State University’s College of Pharmacy and Allied Health Professions is the new home for the respiratory care program.

South Dakota Agricultural Heritage Museum set to re-open Aug. 17

The South Dakota Agricultural Heritage Museum will re-open to the public Aug. 17. The re-opening date is in partnership with the South Dakota Art Museum's re-opening. During the remainder of our temporary closure, we are working to make necessary changes in the museum so our patrons feel comfortable.

SDSU Passive House project continues to garner attention

When the South Dakota State University Department of Architecture’s Passive House project was completed in fall 2018, the uniqueness of the student-designed project received awards and attention. Nearly two years later, it still does.

Anand receives 2020 International Dairy Foods Association Research Award in Dairy Foods Processing

Despite recently receiving the 2020 International Dairy Foods Association Research Award in Dairy Foods Processing at the American Dairy Science Association® Virtual Annual Meeting, South Dakota State University professor Sanjeev Anand is not resting on his laurels and has many more research ideas underway. The IDFA is the sponsor of this ADSA award, which Anand said is the highest research award

Brown named to Board of Regents

Gov. Kristi Noem announced today that she will appoint Brock Brown, of Lake Norden, to the South Dakota Board of Regents. Brown will serve as the board’s student member. “My mission is to make South Dakota stronger for the next generation,” said Go. Noem.