By: Jill Fier, The Brookings Register South Dakota State University students were busy moving into residence halls a few weekends ago, but faculty, staff and students are still a semester away from moving into a highly anticipated building project on campus. The $50 million Performing Arts Center expansion is taking shape, but a big move-in…

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By: SDSU Foundation Woodbine Productions’ 11th season brings some of the world’s finest entertainers to Brookings and appeals to all generations. All proceeds from Woodbine Productions support music scholarships at South Dakota State University. Opening the season on Sept. 24 is 17-year-old vocalist and pianist Ethan Bortnick’s “Generations of Music” show. Recognized by the Guinness…

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By: SDSU Marketing & Communications “Come try it out – this is what we do.” These words from South Dakota State University researchers are helping students from Sinte Gleska University in Mission see what’s possible through their research.  And that’s exactly what the Sinte Gleska students’ adviser, Dana Gehring, had hoped would happen during their…

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By: SDSU Marketing & Communications Mechanical engineering students at SDState will help develop 3D printing materials that may one day be used at the International Space Station through a one-year, $25,000 NASA grant, according to assistant professor Todd Letcher. South Dakota State University was one of 10 university teams selected to work on technologies to…

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By: SDSU The Precision Livestock Production Research and Extension Experiences for Undergraduates program is in its second year at South Dakota State University. The National Institute of Food and Agriculture-funded REEU Fellowship Program is a two-year program available to students of freshmen and sophomore year status. Participating students are pursuing bachelor’s degrees and are members of…

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