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SDSU grads present substance use disorder research at APHA annual meeting

Two graduates of the Master of Public Health program at South Dakota State University recently presented research posters at the American Public Health Association 2023 Annual Meeting and Expo. The event took place in Atlanta, Georgia, Nov.

Raven Precision Agriculture Center design claims award

The design of one of the newest buildings on the South Dakota State University campus — the Raven Precision Agriculture Center — has been recognized by the South Dakota chapter of the American Institute of Architects. A Merit Award in Architecture, acknowledging the innovative design by EAPC Architects Engineers, was announced in September at the American Institute of Architects South Dakota annua...

SDSU researchers develop AI-powered model to predict stock market trends

Can artificial intelligence tools help predict stock price movement and volatility? Two South Dakota State University researchers believe so.

SDSU researcher receives NSF grant to study disinfection byproducts in drinking water

A new project from South Dakota State University will look to develop an updated water treatment approach that minimizes the risk of potentially harmful disinfection byproducts.

College of Pharmacy, Allied Health Professions faculty present at SDSU’s first SoTL Symposium

South Dakota State University hosted the inaugural Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) Symposium on Nov.

Invasive carp continue to be an ongoing threat to South Dakota's waters

Invasive carp (formerly known as Asian carp) pose a significant threat to South Dakota's lakes and rivers, natural resources that are treasured by thousands of anglers, boaters and water sports enthusiasts each year.

Are Russian olive trees fueling an invasive species in the San Juan River? An SDSU researcher investigates

The San Juan River, a major tributary of the Colorado River located in the "Four Corners" region of the southwestern United States, is home to two native fish species — the Colorado pikeminnow and the Razorback sucker.

SDSU professor receives DOJ grant to help improve forensic science outcomes

Christopher Saunders, a professor of statistics at South Dakota State University, will serve as principal investigator on a project funded with a $612,286 grant from the United States Department of Justice's National Institute of Justice.

Houston pharmacy prof returning to SDSU to speak

 Noted University of Houston pharmacy researcher Rajender Aparasu, who began his academic career at South Dakota State University, is returning to Brookings to give the keynote address at the Keo Glidden Smith Fall Pharmacy Convocation.Aparasu taught at SDSU from August 1995 to December 2005. His first trip back to campus will be for the Oct.

SDSU researchers reveal possible treatment for sulfur mustard in new study

Since 1917, sulfur mustard has been used repeatedly in combat—with no known antidote available for treatment. Now, a new study from two South Dakota State University researchers has revealed an effective approach to treating sulfur mustard poisoning.