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SDSU event highlights need for public health workers

South Dakota State University took time April 5 to recognize the “invisible” contingent of America’s public health workforce. Out of the trillions of dollars dedicated each year to health in the United States, only about 3% have been spent historically on public health and prevention, according to Charles Chima, public health director for the City of Sioux Falls and keynote speaker at a National...

Several awardees celebrated in the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

2022 Award Winners in the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences   Several faculty members in the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences will be recognized at the Celebration of Faculty Excellence event.

Inhaling virus-laden droplets may increase COVID-19 severity

Whether COVID-19 becomes a life-threatening disease depends, in part, on the virus reaching one’s lungs. Scientists suspect the initial infected tissues in the upper airway can act as the source for virus-laden droplets or boluses, that are aspirated into the lungs.

Rasmussen completes internship with South Dakota News Watch

Andrew Rasmussen, a journalism and political science major, was the recipient of a donor-funded internship opportunity with South Dakota News Watch this summer. The internship began mid-May 2021 and wrapped up the first week of classes this fall. The internship was created from a partnership between SDSU and South Dakota News Watch called the “Jeffrey B.

South Dakotans’ Thoughts on the Origins of COVID-19

The South Dakota COVID-19 Family Impact Survey 2021 was conducted from July 31st to August 14th, 2021 by The SDSU Poll, a research group housed in the School of American and Global Studies at South Dakota State University. This survey builds upon similar surveys conducted by The SDSU Poll in October 2020 and April 2021.

The Rights to Know and to Refuse Service Based on COVID-19 Vaccination Status

The South Dakota COVID-19 Family Impact Survey 2021 was conducted from July 31st to August 14th, 2021 by The SDSU Poll, a research group housed in the School of American and Global Studies at South Dakota State University. This survey builds upon similar surveys conducted by The SDSU Poll in October 2020 and April 2021.

Disagreements Over COVID-19 Prevention Measures Strain Relationships with Friends and Family

The South Dakota COVID-19 Family Impact Survey 2021 was conducted from July 31st to August 14th, 2021 by The SDSU Poll, a research group housed in the School of American and Global Studies at South Dakota State University. This survey builds upon similar surveys conducted by The SDSU Poll in October 2020 and April 2021.

South Dakotans Are Cool Towards Incentives for COVID-19 Vaccination

The South Dakota COVID-19 Family Impact Survey 2021 was conducted from July 31st to August 14th, 2021 by The SDSU Poll, a research group housed in the School of American and Global Studies at South Dakota State University. This survey builds upon similar surveys conducted by The SDSU Poll in October 2020 and April 2021.

On Questions of COVID Mitigation Methods, South Dakotans are Sharply Polarized

The South Dakota COVID-19 Family Impact Survey 2021 was conducted from July 31st to August 14th, 2021 by The SDSU Poll, a research group housed in the School of American and Global Studies at South Dakota State University. This survey builds upon similar surveys conducted by The SDSU Poll in October 2020 and April 2021.

South Dakotans Split on Support for Vaccination Passports

The South Dakota COVID-19 Family Impact Survey 2021 was conducted from July 31 to August 14, 2021 by The SDSU Poll, a research group housed in the School of American and Global Studies at South Dakota State University. This survey builds upon similar surveys conducted by The SDSU Poll in October 2020 and April 2021.