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Population Health Evaluation Center honored as partner of year

The South Dakota State University Population Health Evaluation Center received the South Dakota Chronic Disease Partner of the Year Award from the South Dakota Department of Health’s Office of Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion. The Population Health Evaluation Center is in the SDSU College of Nursing. “We are all truly honored to be recognized through this award.

Presidential Election Had a Negative Impact on Mental Health of South Dakotans

The SDSU Poll, a research group housed in the School of American and Global Studies at South Dakota State University, conducted a post-election wave to The South Dakota Voter Survey between November 13th and 20th. Participants from The South Dakota Voter Survey were invited to share their impressions and opinions about the recent election and the COVID-19 pandemic.

Trump Voters in South Dakota Concerned About Election Fairness

The SDSU Poll, a research group housed in the School of American and Global Studies at South Dakota State University, conducted a post-election wave to The South Dakota Voter Survey between November 13th and 20th. Participants from The South Dakota Voter Survey were invited to share their impressions and opinions about the recent election and the COVID-19 pandemic.

The 2020 Presidential Election in Retrospective

The SDSU Poll, a research group housed in the School of American and Global Studies at South Dakota State University, conducted a post-election wave to The South Dakota Voter Survey between November 13th and 20th. Participants from The South Dakota Voter Survey were invited to share their impressions and opinions about the recent election and the COVID-19 pandemic.

Statistician assesses agricultural data to increase productivity

Assistant professor Hossein Moradi is helping precision agriculture faculty efficiently, accurately assess variables affecting yield.

Finding help within / SDSU nursing prof commissions engineering students to build training model

Faced with paying more than $500 for a training device, South Dakota State University nursing faculty member Leann Horsley turned to a group of SDSU mechanical engineering students to see if they could help. Producing an intraosseous injection task trainer became the senior capstone project for mechanical engineering students Abbdullah Alrashidi, Zachary Dorn, Denner Dougherty and Ashley Jorgense

SDSU Extension to assess farm-ranch stress statewide

SDSU Extension faculty will conduct a statewide comprehensive needs assessment to find more ways to help agricultural producers deal with stress through a new U.S. Department of Agriculture program.

Hendrickson presented at national public health conference

Not many undergraduate students are selected to present at the American Public Health Association's national conference.

Improving indoor ventilation can reduce spread of COVID-19

Businesses can learn how to be proactive in reducing the spread of COVID-19 by improving indoor ventilation and mitigation strategies through South Dakota State University’s Economic Development Administration Center. The center aims to help businesses address technical and economic challenges utilizing faculty expertise and university equipment and testing capabilities, according to di

South Dakota State University’s Center of Excellence for Bison Studies expands team

South Dakota State University’s Center of Excellence for Bison Studies welcomes postdoctoral researcher Dr. Jeff Martin. Martin will help the center increase its research capabilities and provide greater support to bison producers in South Dakota.