Public Affairs News

  • Baby Mountain concert held at DSU to air on SDPB Radio


    On Nov. 10, 2013, Chicago-based acoustic musicians Karima Walker and Tim Lowly performed a concert with special guest and DSU Audio Production professor Nathan Edwards as a part of the musical group, "Baby Mountain". Karima Walker opened with a solo set, followed by the group performance of all-original songs. Concert-goers were treated to the group's eclectic and ethereal sound that is both soulful and whimsical.


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  • Cyber Stars shine at DSU: Training the next generation of cyber experts

  • It's a hot, sweltering July afternoon, perfect for a round of capture the flag. A time-honored tradition that goes back many a summer camp, but this is Cyber Stars camp, so there is a modern twist. High school students from around the country are gathered around computers in East Hall on the Dakota State University campus, playing a digital version of the game that teaches them how to secure machines and defend cyber attacks.

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  • World-Renowned Illusionist to appear in Madison, SD

  • REZA has taken the art of illusion to a new level, delivering his rock concert style magic show to audiences across the world.  Read more

  • DSU success at PBL National Leadership Conference

  • The Dakota State University Phi Beta Lambda chapter recently sent six students to the Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda National Leadership Conference in Nashville. More than 1,800 of America's best and brightest college students traveled to the historic city to sharpen their core business skills, expand their networks, and participate in more than 55 business and business-related competitive events.

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  • Employers try hand at military training

  • RAPID CITY, S.D. (Article republished with permission of SGT Mark VanGerpen, 129th Public Affairs Detachment) - Nineteen employers from across South Dakota received a small sample of military life at the South Dakota Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve's Bosslift, during the Golden Coyote Training Exercise, June 11-12, 2014.Read more

  • Gaylor awarded supercritical fluids/Green Chemistry educational equipment grant

  • Dr. Michael Gaylor, assistant professor of chemistry at Dakota State University, was recently awarded a supercritical fluids/Green Chemistry educational equipment grant valued at $35,000. The grant was awarded by Applied Separations Inc., an industry leader in environmentally friendly supercritical fluid technologies, in recognition of his achievements in developing supercritical fluid- and Green chemistry-based curricula at DSU.

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Last Updated: 3/2/12