Theodore Roosevelt Symposium addresses Roosevelt’s perspective on World War I
Scholars from the around the world will discuss Theodore Roosevelt’s views and influence on World War I during the 9th Annual Theodore Roosevelt Symposium Sept. 25-27 at DSU and in Medora. The event features speakers, a presidential debate, musical performances, a trip to the Elk Horn Ranch and forums hosted by Clay Jenkinson, DSU’s Theodore Roosevelt humanities scholar. The event coincides with the 100th anniversary of the start of World War I.
The Strom Center at DSU facilitates new childcare website
ChildcareND.com, a new website facilitated by The Strom Center at DSU, will link home daycare and other providers with county-specific resources on licensing, continuing education, compliance, organizational effectiveness, programming and successful business management. The Strom Center partnered with the Vision West North Dakota project, a consortium of 28 community leaders in 19 western North Dakota counties.
Students receive $1,500 scholarships from Championship Bull Riding
Two DSU students received scholarships during the 2nd Annual Dielco Crane Championship Bull Riding (CBR) Aug. 23 at the DSU Outdoor Arena. Blake Smith, a bareback rider from Zap and Teddi Schwagler, a barrel racer and roper from Mandan, each received $1,500 from CBR and Barrett and Craig Bucking Bulls to attend school and participate on the DSU Rodeo Team. Both Smith and Schwagler are juniors and previous qualifiers of the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association Finals.