The South Dakota Board of Regents and the faculty, staff and students of South Dakota State University are pleased to invite you to The Inaugural Celebration for Barry H. Dunn as the 20th President of South Dakota State University.
South Dakota State scored touchdowns in all three phases of the game to go on to defeat Drake, 56-28, in the inaugural game at Dana J. Dykhouse Stadium.
The South Dakota State Alumni Association cordially invites you to the 2016 Distinguished Alumni Awards Banquet. The 55th Annual Distinguished Alumni Awards Banquet will take place on Friday October 21, 2016.
Strong South Dakota ties and reputation for building characterize this year's class of Distinguished Alumni from South Dakota State University
South Dakota State University’s College of Nursing has been named on AffordableCollegesOnline.org’s Best Online Nursing Degrees for 2016 list. The college is 37th on the list, which is generated the ranking by analyzing cost and quality metrics across thousands of U.S. colleges with online nursing degree options.
South Dakota State women's soccer opens its third consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance Friday in Lincoln, Neb., to take on the Nebraska Cornhuskers in the tournament's opening round. Kickoff from Barbara Hibner Stadium is set for 7:05 p.m.
Kinchel Doerner, current dean of the Graduate School at South Dakota State University, will serve as the interim vice president of research and economic development effective Jan. 1. Kevin Kephart held the vice president position before announcing his plans to retire.
Kevin Kephart, a mainstay at South Dakota State University for 30 years, has announced his plans to retire from the university, effective June 21, 2017. Kephart currently serves the role of vice president for research and economic development.
Dennis Hedge, a member of the South Dakota State University faculty and staff since 1992, has been selected provost and vice president for academic affairs of the institution following a six-month national search. The appointment is subject to South Dakota Board of Regents’ approval at its March meeting. Students, faculty, community members, alumni and benefactors gathered Friday (April 28) at South Dakota State University to celebrate the groundbreaking of the University’s $50 million expansion project for the SDSU Performing Arts Center.