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SDSU home to nation’s first precision ag degree, new facility

Alison Durheim January 24, 2018

South Dakota State University is investing resources in a new $55 million building that will be home to the nation’s first four-year degree program in precision agriculture. The degree is growing...

Splitting colleges of science: Imagine 2023 calls for realignment of departments

Splitting colleges of science: ‘Imagine 2023’ calls for realignment of departments

Alison Durheim January 17, 2018

South Dakota State University is realigning its programs to form two new colleges: the College of Natural Sciences and the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. Introduced Jan. 11 in SDSU’s...

Project studies link between sleep, success

Project studies link between sleep, success

Alison Durheim November 8, 2017

Sleep deprivation can be as detrimental to student success as drinking and drug abuse, according to a study by the University of St. Thomas. A program based on this study is coming to South Dakota State...

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National enrollment trend hits home as SDSU, international numbers fall short

Alison Durheim October 25, 2017

South Dakota State’s fall 2017 enrollment decreased from last year and only half of South Dakota public universities experienced growth. According to the South Dakota Board of Regents, although SDSU...

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Chelsea Schossow, a graduate research assistant, works with a calf at the Dairy Research and Training Facility Sept. 22. The facility holds about 300 head of cattle, including calves and lactating cows.

Behind the Scenes: Dairy Research, Training Facility

Alison Durheim October 2, 2017

First located where Briggs Library is on campus, the Dairy Research and Training Facility is constantly adapting new technologies and techniques. Introduced in 1907 as Dairy Husbandry, the Dairy Science...

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