Public Affairs News

  • Dr. Molstad Gorder awarded for 25 years of service

  • Delta Mu Delta International Honor Society in Business recognized Dr. Lynette Molstad Gorder for The Faculty Service Award for 25 years of service as faculty adviser to the Delta Mu Delta Business Honor Society at Dakota State University.Read more


  • DSU programming contest prepares students for regionals

  • Dakota State University recently held the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Programming Contest with seven teams participating for a chance to move onto the regional competition in Lincoln, Neb. The contest drew twenty one students for a five hour long competition that consisted of a variety of challenging problems to solve.Read more


  • Popular gaming convention and game design workshop invades Dakota State's campus

  • Whether you're an avid fan of live action role playing, collectible card games, board games and tabletop role playing or just play the occasional video game on your home console, the world of gaming probably makes up a part of your week. Video gaming revenue globally continues to climb and is expected to hit over $82 billion in 2017 according to DFC Intelligence. Many students and faculty at Dakota State University, including the large and successful Computer Game Design Major, immerse themselves deeper than the average consumer, finding out how to build a better game and what really makes these games, whether it's video or tabletop, popular.Read more


  • Karl E. Mundt Oral Interp Tournament is Saturday, Oct. 25

  • The annual Dakota Invitational Karl E. Mundt Oral Interpretation Tournament is this Saturday, Oct. 25, at Dakota State University. The event is now in its 32nd year with over 180 students and 35 judges participating this year from over 17 Eastern South Dakota schools.Read more


  • Trick or Treat at DSU Residence Halls

  • On Friday, Oct. 31, from 5 to 7 p.m., the DSU residence hall association is sponsoring trick or treating for area youth and their chaperones.Read more


  • Madison Terror Trail ready to scare this week

  • Every year brings a spooky tradition to the Madison area, one that has been around possibly since the 1930's as stated by a weathered sign located at the venue. One that takes over the 4-H grounds and not only brings together everyone looking for a decent scare, but creates a comradery of DSU and community clubs for a good cause.Read more



Last Updated: 3/2/12