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  • Dakota State University Outreach Services
  • Outreach Services



    Dakota State University reaches out to the community to provide services and expertise. This outreach has assisted a number of companies, educational institutions, non-profit organizations, and government entities.

    The University's Outreach Services group includes Technology Support Services (TSS), the K-12 Data Center, the South Dakota Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Center, the State Technology Transfer Research (STTR) program, and the Non-Profit Management Institute (NPMI).

    Technology Support Services



    Technology Support Services (TSS) facilitates economic development through technology innovation. TSS can assist businesses, K-12 schools, government agencies, and non-profit organizations. TSS can provide workshops, consulting and/or direct services in custom computer programming, computer support, training, and information assurance.

    K-12 Data Center



    The K-12 Data Center helps educational entities to enhance their technology. The Center offers technology services to South Dakota's K-12 educational community including public schools, tech schools, cooperatives, multi-districts, etc. The Center provides consistent, cost-effective services including email and calendars, email list services, web hosting, course management, streaming media, a help desk for the schools, and more.

    South Dakota Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Center



    The SBIR Center helps small South Dakota businesses, inventors, and entrepreneurs to access federal funding for researching and developing new products and processes. Eleven federal agencies participate in the SBIR program. Nearly $2.5 billion was awarded to American-owned small businesses in 2005.

    State Technology Transfer Research (STTR)



    A sister program to the SBIR is the STTR program. This program partners university researchers with small businesses. STTR funded research is focused on transferring technologies developed at universities to the private sector.

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