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Take a tour of the Architecture, Mathematics & Engineering building on the campus of South Dakota State University in Brookings, SD. The $17 million building has the architecture department on the third floor, the mathematics and statistics department on the second and mechanical engineering, construction and operations management departments and shared laboratory space on the first floor. Take the complete campus tour here: https://www.sdstate.edu/campustour
Meet Andrew from Houston, Texas. He's getting his degree in Petroleum Engineering from the University of North Dakota's Distance Degree Program. Andrew appreciates the flexibility and rigor of UND's Distance Education Program. And even though Andrew lives in Texas, the distance has not hampered him from reaching his goal of becoming a Petroleum Engineer. To learn more: http://und.edu/academics/extended-learning/online-distance/degrees/petroleum-engineering
The USS South Dakota, the ninth Virginia-class submarine built by General Dynamics Electric Boat for the U.S. Navy, was unveiled and christened in Groton on Saturday. U.S. Rep. Joe Courtney, one of several Connecticut officials who participated in Saturday’s christening, called it a “renaissance area of growth and innovation” for the town, which is sometimes referred to as the Submarine Capital of the World. “As those of us in Connecticut know, this shipyard looks dramatically different today than nine years ago, when South Dakota was first authorized by Congress,” he said, At that time, Electric Boat’s facilities in Groton and Quonset Point, R.I., were producing just one submarine a year, he said. Since then, Electric Boat’s workforce has grown from fewer than 10000 people to 16000 — a...
Native Americans have been larger absent from the science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields. University student and Lakota Vaughn Vargas explores and how traditional Native American culture can STEM have a mutually beneficial connection. Vaughn, a Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe member, has lived in Rapid City for the past 25 years. Vaughn started his academic career at Oglala Lakota College with aspirations to establish a Counseling Service facility centric to Lakota Traditional values. Vaughn has matriculated to the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology and will be graduating in December 2016 with a Bachelor’s in Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management. A few of Vaughn’s notable accomplishments are 2013 Mr. AIHEC (American Indian Higher Education Consortium), G...
DoD STARBASE focuses on elementary students, primarily fifth graders. The goal is to motivate them to explore Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) as they continue their education. The academies serve students that are historically under-represented in STEM. Students who live in inner cities or rural locations, those who are socio-economically disadvantaged, low in academic performance or have a disability are in the target group. The program encourages students to set goals and achieve them.
What better way to recruit more students for the Mining Engineering department for the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, than testimonials from some of their most successful alumni! We traveled deep into the Antelope Mine to shoot some great footage of mining equipment at work. With the focus leaning towards mining technology, it demonstrates that there’s more to it than just a pickax and coal dust.
http://www.sdstate.edu/admissions/ 12,725 people can't be wrong. That's how many chose SDSU to pursue their education last year. And that number keeps growing. Here's how it all adds up: Academic excellence in 175 fields of study + 217 involvement opportunities + 130 years of school pride + 1 incredible value + YOU. It's a simple formula with a great result. Start here. Apply now. https://apply.sdbor.edu/login.cfm
April 2, 2016 - The South Dakota Army National Guard's 153rd Engineer Battalion participated in a large-scale field training exercise in Pierre, SD. South Dakota Army National Guard by Spc. Austin Pearce ********************************** Video edited by USA Patriotism! http://www.usa-patriotism.com "American Pride" book ... http://www.americanpridebook.com USA Store ... http://www.usa-patriotism.com/store/ America and Military Themed Gifts and Collectibles
Engineering Expo 2017 For more than 20 years, the South Dakota State University Lohr College of Engineering has held an Engineering Expo., where many high school students from surrounding areas came to compete for prizes while SDSU engineering students must participate in order to graduate. On Friday, April 27, at the Swiftel Center, senior enginnering students presented their projects to the panel of the professional judges. Presenting projects at the event is one of the requirements for all engineering students in order to graduate with an engineering degree. An engineering instructor, Cory Mettler, said that the senior design consist of six academic credits and two semesters of intensive coursework. "The first semester students prepared their designs and doing calculations, while t...
Founded in 1892, the College of Engineering at North Dakota State University has built a strong tradition of graduating engineers who compete successfully -- regionally, nationally and around the world. Dean Gary Smith says it's the strong work ethic that drives NDSU faculty, staff and especially its students. They are the future engineering leaders of the world, and a handful are spotlighted here through ASEE TV. http://www.ndsu.edu/coe/
Lynne Hagen, PHR, Human Resources Officer at Avera McKennan was interviewed recently by NBC News on the story dealing with how the nation suffers with a jobless rate of around 8 percent, yet South Dakota's employment rate is about half that. And there are still a range of jobs available, from IT to banking to engineering to medical.
Soldiers from South Dakota's 155th Engineer Company and Danish Army engineers work together to build a new bridge and make other improvements in Custer State Park, S.D. during the 2017 Golden Coyote training exercise. Video filmed and produced by Army Staff Sgt. Michael Beck.