Public Affairs News

  • 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


  • Spohn presents at 2014 AHIMA Convention

  • Renae Spohn, assistant professor at Dakota State University, presented a poster about her research project at the national 2014 AHIMA (American Health Information Management Association) Convention's Poster Session earlier this month.Read more


  • Two DSU students exhibit in University Invitational

  • The two Dakota State University Digital Arts and Design majors, Darian DeVries and Chris Pueppke, are exhibiting animations in the 2014 University Invitational held Oct. 24 through Feb. 17 at the Washington Pavilion's Visual Arts Center in Sioux Falls, S.D. Each student submitted three pieces of work, and were juried in along with art students from other public and private universities in S.D.Read more


  • Four DSU Art Faculty selected for SD Governor's 6th Biennial Art Exhibition

  • Angela Behrends, Cassie Marie Edwards, Alan Montgomery, and Giles Timms each have artwork included in the South Dakota Governor's 6th Biennial Art Exhibition. Their work was chosen from 155 artists submitting 420 pieces of artwork. Jodi Lundgren, Curator of Exhibitions at the South Dakota Art Museum, stated, "The submissions were very strong.... In the end, 54 works by 49 artists were selected for the exhibition by our juror."Read more


  • DSU Named to Victory Media's 2015 Military Friendly Schools List

  • Dakota State University announced today that it has been designated a 2015 Military Friendly School by Victory Media, the leader in successfully connecting the military and civilian worlds.Read more


  • Public Universities "Jump Start" Students to College Success

  • IERRE, S.D. - South Dakota State University, in partnership with six other South Dakota higher education institutions, has received a $3.6 million federal grant to help American Indian and low-income students enroll and succeed in college.Read more



Last Updated: 3/2/12