SGT opens office on SDSU campus

By: The Brookings Register

South Dakota State University

Douglas Jaton, program manager of Stinger Ghaffarian Technologies, left, and Daniel Scholl, vice president of research and economic development at South Dakota State University, prepare to cut a ribbon as part of a grand opening ceremony of SGT’s office space in Daktronics Engineering Hall on Feb. 6. SGT and South Dakota State’s Jerome J. Lohr College of Engineering have entered into a partnership that allows SGT on-campus space for its employees and interns as well as the ability to interact with SDSU students and faculty on research activities. Stinger Ghaffarian Technologies, Inc. provides engineering, mission operations, scientific, and IT service solutions to a wide array of federal government agencies nationwide.

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