Posts made in July, 2013

Archives, Current Issue, Foundation News, Summer 2013

Campaign tops $255 million

Jul 12, 2013

Campaign tops $255 million

Campus celebrations cap South Dakota State University’s largest and most successful higher-education fundraising campaign.

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Archives, Current Issue, Features, Summer 2013

Voices for Food

Jul 10, 2013

Voices for Food

SDSU leads major universities in $4 million effort to make healthy food more accessible.

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Archives, Current Issue, Features, Summer 2013

Searching for Hope

Jul 10, 2013

Searching for Hope

There hasn’t always been hope, at least not Hope wheat variety.

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Archives, Briefly Stated, Current Issue, Summer 2013

Performances give new appreciation for Harvey Dunn’s work

Jul 10, 2013

Performances give new appreciation for Harvey Dunn’s work

A collaborative effort in the College of Arts and Sciences offers a fresh look at Harvey Dunn’s most popular paintings.

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Archives, Current Issue, Features, Summer 2013

Protectors of wheat

Jul 10, 2013

Protectors of wheat

Plant scientists take on the continual battle to produce disease-resistant wheat varieties.

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Alumni News and Events, Archives, Current Issue, Summer 2013

Jackrabbit Pride

Jul 10, 2013

Jackrabbit Pride

From the NCAA Basketball Tournament to the annual Oozeball event, Jackrabbits gather to show their school pride.

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Archives, Current Issue, Features, Summer 2013

Growing SDSU wheat abroad

Jul 10, 2013

Growing SDSU wheat abroad

Wheat breeder Karl Glover utilizes winter nurseries in Yuma, Ariz., and New Zealand to speed up the creation of new varieties.

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Archives, Current Issue, Features, Summer 2013

Grow your own … business

Jul 10, 2013

Grow your own … business

Extension specialists are helping local producers find new markets for their goods and information on how to grow their businesses.

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Archives, Current Issue, President's Message, Summer 2013

Having an IMPACT

Jul 10, 2013

Having an IMPACT

The research function at SDSU starts with faculty ideas and the innovations and new technologies derived from exploring those ideas. The end result of the best ideas is the commercialization of that new intellectual property in ways that benefit the inventor/researcher, the university, the business that licenses the new technology, and ultimately the state.

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Archives, Current Issue, Features, Summer 2013

Students teach healthy habits

Jul 10, 2013

Students teach healthy habits

Bel Brands and the Brookings Boys and Girls Club, with help from nutrition students, are working on a community outreach program that may go nationwide.

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