Public Universities Rewarded for Research Innovations


Six university proposals geared to promote research-driven economic development, along with a major collaborative project on security and anti-counterfeiting technology, will benefit from $1 million in state research grants awarded through a competitive process.

Study: State Must Address Shortage of Qualified Workers


A new study conducted by the South Dakota Board of Regents finds that the state’s long-term economic health soon may be threatened by a shortage of qualified workers. The study further demonstrates the importance of graduating more South Dakotans with postsecondary degrees to meet that need.

New Report Examines American Indian College-Going


A new report takes a look at the college-going challenges faced by American Indian students in South Dakota, and recommends specific strategies to support those students and ensure their success in postsecondary education.

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