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Gifted Student Receives American Chemical Society Award

Congratulation to Susan Grabenstein of the RAWC Lab for being awarded the American Chemical Society's award for best poster presentation during the ACS undergraduate research symposium. 

Talented Student Accepted into IRES Program

Congratulations to Eric Sundall of the RAWC Lab for his acceptance into the the International Research Experiences for Students (IRES) program. The IRES program supports international research and research-related activities for U.S. science and engineering students. Eric will be performing research is Prague this summer!

SDSU’s Southeast Research Farm Annual Meeting on Jan. 28 to Feature Latest Research

Climate trends for 2020, growing and feeding rye, fallow syndrome and more topics will be discussed at South Dakota State University’s Southeast Research Farm Annual Meeting on Jan. 28 beginning at 12:45 p.m. “We expect this to be a very good program for farmers in the southeast South Dakota area,” said Peter Sexton, SDSU Southeast Research Farm Supervisor.

Farm Credit Services of America Establishes an Endowed Faculty Position in Swine Production at South Dakota State University

Farm Credit Services of America has committed to establishing an endowed faculty position in swine production in the South Dakota State University College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences. The $1.5 million gift will support the nation's first endowed position in swine production. The endowment was announced at South Dakota’s 51st Annual Pork Congress Jan.

Amino acid supplement improves cow health, milk composition

Supplementing a cow’s diet with methionine, an amino acid, for 30 days after calving can improve feed intake and milk quality, according to a study done by assistant professor Johan Osorio. Now he is examining the nutrigenomic interactions that make this happen.

SDSU researcher to examine bear harvest rates in Pennsylvania

Assistant professor Rob Lonsinger of the Department of Natural Resource Management will assess factors affecting female bear harvest rates in north central Pennsylvania through a more than $140,000 grant from the Pennsylvania Game Commission.

Dulas and Willert win Brookings Student Business Plan Competition

South Dakota State University students Dylan Dulas and Kesmond Willert won the Brookings Student Business Plan Competition, Dec.

SDSU Beef Day to be Held Jan. 16

South Dakota State University and SDSU Extension are hosting the first annual SDSU Beef Day on Jan. 16, starting at 10 a.m. in the Club 71 meeting room of the Dana J.

Clinicians, Head Start benefit from Early Childhood Mental Health Collaborative

More than 50 mental health clinicians and 14 Head Start teachers are increasing their ability to help young children experiencing social and emotional difficulties, thanks to training provided through the South Dakota Early Childhood Mental Health Collaborative. The project focuses on training professionals to work with and to identify children birth to 5 years of age with social/emotional, behav

Flavonoid metabolite helps fight colorectal cancer

Associate professor Jayarama Gunaje and his team in the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences have discovered one of the mechanisms through which flavonoids prevent colorectal cancer.