USD student recognized for outstanding undergraduate research at Sanibel Symposium

University of South Dakota student Wendi Sapp of Elkhorn, NE, was honored with the Dell-Intel/O’Brien Award for Undergraduate Students for her research on computationally modeling metal-organic supercontainers at the 54th annual Sanibel Symposium on St. Simons Island, GA, last month. Sapp, a senior chemistry major, is a relative newcomer to … Read Article

Vermillion High School to celebrate 1000th blood donation

Vermillion, SD – Vermillion High School and Community Blood Bank will celebrate the 1000th donation of blood since the bloodmobile began visiting the high school in 1997.  This blood drive will mark the 38th event hosted with Community Blood Bank.  The Vermillion High School staff, students, friends, family and community … Read Article

Trip to Ames continues Coyotes’ amazing ride

Sen. John Thune informally chats with members of the USD women’s basketball team after they finished loading their bags and equipment on the team bus at the DakotaDome early Thursday morning. (Photo by David Lias)

By David Lias VERMILLION – The amazing ride that the South Dakota Coyotes women basketball team has been on this season continued Thursday, March 20 – literally – when their bus pulled out of the DakotaDome parking lot headed towards Ames, IA. The final destination for the team is … Read Article

Dakota Seeds program expanding, committing $200,000 per year

PIERRE – Gov. Dennis Daugaard announced today that he plans to commit up to $200,000 per year in Future Funds to continue and further broaden the Dakota Seeds program. This expansion will include support for high school, technical school and college or university internships in certain high-need industry sectors. “We … Read Article