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Religious Leaders Are Most Effective Messengers for Encouraging Continued COVID-19 Mitigation Efforts After Vaccination.

The South Dakota Covid Impact Survey was conducted from April 12th to 25th, 2021 by The SDSU Poll, a research group housed in the School of American and Global Studies at South Dakota State University.

Messaging From Religious Leaders Most Effective at Encouraging South Dakotans to Get Vaccinated

The South Dakota COVID-19 Impact Survey was conducted from April 12-25, 2021 by The SDSU Poll, a research group housed in the School of American and Global Studies at South Dakota State University.

Family Resource Network helps James, Krein earn national certification

Sharon James and Cheyenne Krein recently completed the National Council for Professional Recognition’s child development associate credentialing program. James, from Brookings, and Krein, from Castlewood, are among the more than 800,000 early childhood educators who have advanced their careers by learning how to foster each child’s emotional, physical, intellectual and social development.

The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on the Lives of South Dakotans

The South Dakota Covid Impact Survey was conducted from April 12th to 25th, 2021 by The SDSU Poll, a research group housed in the School of American and Global Studies at South Dakota State University.

McCrory Gardens and State Arboretum earn accreditation

South Dakota State University’s McCrory Gardens and the South Dakota State Arboretum have been awarded a Level 1 Accreditation by The ArbNet Arboretum Accreditation Program and The Morton Arboretum for achieving particular standards of professional practices deemed important for arboreta and botanic gardens.

Climate change a threat to Great Plains bison sustainability

Accelerating climate change throughout the Great Plains may present the next major challenge to bison sustainability.  That is the main point the director of research for the Center of Excellence for Bison Studies at South Dakota State University, Dr.

SDSU chemistry research featured on journal cover

Having your research on the cover of a prestigious journal is a milestone in a faculty member’s career—it’s something South Dakota State University assistant professor Rachel Willand-Charnley and undergraduate researcher Timothy Paris already have under their belts. Willand-Charnley became a faculty member in SDSU’s Department of Chemistry in 2018 after completing postdoctoral research under the

New ice core data tracks climate-changing eruptions

Chemistry professor Jihong Cole-Dai is part of an international team of scientists that analyzed chemicals in a West Antarctica ice core to compile the most accurate chronology of volcanic eruptions produced thus far.

S.D. DOT project evaluates integrity of highway base layer

The secret to a durable highway lies beneath the driving surface. “The base layer just beneath the pavement largely contributes to the structural integrity of the highways and makes them strong enough to withstand the traffic loads to which they will be subjected,” explained South Dakota State University assistant professor Rouzbeh Ghabchi of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.

SDSU recognizes student works at URSCAD

South Dakota State University held its annual Undergraduate Research, Scholarship and Creative Activity Day virtually April 12-14. In addition to selecting top student performances, the university announced the recipients of the Schultz-Werth Awards and the Joseph F. Nelson Undergraduate Research Mentorships. URSCAD is organized by SDSU’s Van D. and Barbara B.