Dickinson State University campus successes

March 31, 2017

DSU’s Megan Klein named to NAIA All-American 3rd Team

Dickinson State University senior and Killdeer, ND native Megan Klein was named to the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics 2017 Division II All-American 3rd Team representing the women’s Blue Hawk basketball team.

In her senior season, Klein was named the North Star Athletic Association Defensive Player of the Year, reached 1,000 total rebounds in her career and became the Dickinson State University career rebounder.

In three years at DSU, Klein played in 88 games, hauled in 1061 rebounds, 91 assists, 79 steals, 113 blocks and scored 898 points for the Blue Hawks. She was also recently accepted into the University of North Dakota’s Master of Occupational Therapy program. Starting in May 2017, Klein will be studying at the campus in Casper, Wyoming.

 

DSU students attend Self-Employment in the Arts Conference

Seven students studying in the departments of Fine and Performing Arts and Language and Literature at Dickinson State University had the opportunity to attend the Self-Employment in the Arts Conference outside Chicago, Illinois, Feb. 21 – 27.

The conference had a wide range of panels and presentations regarding how to be self-employed in the arts covering topics such as networking, marketing, using social media, paths to publication and roundtable discussions for faculty. The students were also able to visit Millennium Park, The Art Institute of Chicago and attend theatre productions in Chicago.

 

Dickinson State International Club will host Taste of Nations April 4

The International Club at Dickinson State University (DSU) is hosting Taste of Nations, an annual international food festival, Tuesday, April 4. During this event, international students attending Dickinson State will share their favorite recipes and engage others in their culture through food.

Attendees will have the opportunity to enjoy dumplings from Mongolia and Nepal, tandoori chicken from India, fish and egusi stew from Nigeria, couscous from Tunisia, rice pasta from South Korea, and Honduran baleadas. Desserts served will represent Pakistan and India. This year’s highlight will be the famous AAM Ki Lassi from Southeast Asia, a mango flavored beverage popular across the globe.