BROOKINGS – Steve Censky, deputy secretary for the U.S. Department of Agriculture, visited South Dakota State University Thursday afternoon.
A 1983 South Dakota State graduate, he was in the state as part of the Governor’s Agricultural Summit, which was held Wednesday and Thursday in Sioux Falls.
Above, part of Censky’s visit included a stop at the First Dakota National Bank e-Trading Education Laboratory in Harding Hall.
Eluned Jones, director of the Ness School of Management and Economics, talks about the features of the lab.
Also on the tour were Daniel Scholl, vice president for Division of Research and Economic Development, and Paul Shubeck, state executive director of the Farm Service Agency, USDA.
Below, pictured with Censky in the Harding Hall lobby, are from left: John Killefer, the South Dakota Corn Utilization Council Endowed Dean of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences; Karla Trautman, director of SDSU Extension; Scholl, Censky and Barry Dunn, South Dakota State University president.