Public Affairs News

  • Phone scam targeting DSU alumni

  • Dakota State University warns of a phone scam where the caller asks alumni to pay off debt with the University. A call was reported to DSU and local law enforcement this week in which a caller said he was hired by DSU to do collections and that the alumnus owed money. The caller then pushed the alumnus to make a payment to resolve this bad debt. Read more


  • DSU announces a doctoral degree in cyber security

  • Earlier this year, Dakota State University was approved by the SD Board of Regents to offer a doctoral degree in cyber security. The Doctor of Science in Cyber Security will be available starting Spring 2015 semester and will be firmly grounded in computer science and emphasize applied research in cyber security. The degree will produce highly qualified graduates with a commanding knowledge of cyber security to support federal, state and local government agencies, along with the private sector, by providing highly skilled professionals to conduct cutting-edge research and work.Read more


  • Local Arts Center Hosts 1st Annual DSU DAD Invitational Art Exhibition

  • The Madison Area Arts Council is hosting its First Annual Dakota State University Digital Arts and Design Invitational, at The BrickHouse Community Arts Center on Wednesday, November 19, from 7 to 9 pm. Read more


  • Holiday Jam with the Hegg Brothers Return to Celebrate 6th year in Madison

  • Dakota Prairie Playhouse in Madison, S.D. is happy to announce the return of the popular holiday concert tour: Off-the-Cuff’s production of Holiday Jam with the Hegg Brothers, on Friday, Dec. 19, 2014 at 8 p.m.Read more


  • Sproul’s internship journey

  • As every college graduate can tell you, getting experience in your field while still in college is a great resume builder and also prepares you for the nerve wracking job search after college. As Sarah Sproul, a senior from Harrisburg, S.D., discovered while pursuing her English for New Media major from Dakota State University, a high-scale research project or an internship is required to complete her degree. Knowing that she did not have any experience in the field, she chose the internship route.Read more


  • Emmy-winning Producer for National Geographic to speak at DSU

  • Emmy-award winning National Geographic Producer Kelly Sweet will be on-campus Friday, November 14 at 12:00 p.m. in the Science Center Auditorium to talk about her professional experience as a wildlife documentary producer.Read more



Last Updated: 3/2/12