9th Annual TR Symposium draws wide audience
DSU’s 9th Annual Theodore Roosevelt Symposium Sept. 25-27 drew 536 guests, including visiting scholars and attendees from 21 states and five countries. The Theodore Roosevelt Center, which organizes the annual event, now has 24,194 digitized items, including eight new letters the former president wrote to his second son, Kermit on a range of themes, including Roosevelt’s views on the presidency, football, and acting as a “vice-mother” to him when mother Edith Roosevelt was away.
DSU scholars surpass fundraising goals
The 69 students enrolled in DSU’s Theodore Roosevelt Honors Leadership Program have already raised nearly $1,000 for a Dickinson Backpack program. Students collected $150 in cash donations and raised another $800 from one fundraiser during the university’s Homecoming. Proceeds will go to the backpack program, which provides under-resourced students in Dickinson with backpacks stuffed with food items.
28-year DSU employee leads expertise at community events
Kathy Lowe, a nearly three-decade employee at Dickinson State University (DSU) lent her financial expertise at two youth community events in October. The DSU assistant director of financial aid served as a panelist for the Scholarship America Dollars for Scholars Fall Conference in Bismarck and is facilitating a financial literacy assembly for sixth-graders in Dickinson on Oct. 31.