BOY SCOUT BLOG New Scholarship Program for Scouts
The Northern Lights Council, Boy Scouts of America and Dickinson State University are pleased to announce the “Character Counts” Scholarship. Up to two scholarships will be awarded annual... Posted on 5/28/10 at 1:28 PM
STAFF BLOG JAMESTOWN SPORTS Tuesday notes
Dickinson State is looking for a new head women's basketball coach and a new head softball coach. Guy Fridley is stepping down to take an administrator's position in South Heart.
When the UND football... Posted on 7/28/09 at 3:28 AM
As much as starting the renovation of Stoxen Library on the Dickinson State University campus would be a great thing, doing it within the parameters set by the North Dakota Legislature is a must.
Lawmakers during the 2009 session understood the need for work on the DSU library, and said if the state had $25 million in the bank on Dec. 31, 2009, then it would spend $8.8 million on the DSU library. It was not an unreasonable trigger.
North Dakota Democrats are questioning GOP Gov. John Hoeven’s budget management in the wake of a bookkeeping snafu that has put the future of a Dickinson State University library improvement project in jeopardy.
Rep. Merle Boucher, D-Rolette, the House minority leader, and state Rep. Shirley Meyer, D-Dickinson, said Tuesday that Hoeven should disclose how often such accounting mistakes happen, and whether state financial statements could be trusted.
By Dale Wetzel, The Associated Press
, February 17, 2010
A revamped Dickinson State University newspaper is set to print again after a seven-year hiatus.
The Chronicle will supersede The Western Concept, which began printing in 1960 and ceased publication in spring 2003. The first issue is due out Wednesday.
Dickinson State University will receive $8.8 million to fund a Stoxen Library renovation, Gov. John Hoeven announced in Dickinson Wednesday.
“On a scale of one to 10, our excitement meter is a 12,” said Dr. Richard McCallum, DSU president.
By Ashley Martin, Forum Communications Co.
, January 15, 2010
Dickinson State University officials retired the numbers of three college softball players at a packed memorial Thursday, two days after the women were found dead in their sunken vehicle in a livestock pond.
Dickinson State track and field coach Pete Stanton sat in his Wienbergen Hall office Wednesday afternoon and looked out the door.
“It’s been a quiet day,” said Stanton, also the DSU football team’s linebackers coach.
Just minutes later, however, doors began opening and football players started rumbling in for 3 p.m. practice.
By Dustin Monke, The Dickinson Press
, November 05, 2009
Dickinson State University will host its fourth annual Theodore Roosevelt Symposium Oct. 15-17. This year’s symposium is titled “Theodore Roosevelt, Family Man in the Arena” and focuses on the adventure and challenge of life among the Roosevelts.
Dickinson State University has completed digitizing more than 250,000 Theodore Roosevelt documents held by the Library of Congress.
Sen. Byron Dorgan, D-N.D., and Dr. James Hutson, chief of the Library of Congress’ manuscripts division, were on hand for the ceremony to mark the effort.
Dickinson State University reports a record graduating class of 494 students from 18 states and 11 countries.
Nevada educator and author Joseph Crowley told the graduates at the school’s commencement Saturday that he believes they are better prepared because of their global perspective.
Dickinson State University’s Strom Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, DLN Consulting and the Dickinson Small Business Development Center will host two sessions of Grant Writing 101, a workshop to facilitate organizational grant writing. These one-day workshops will be offered on April 21 and April 29 from 830 a.m. to 430 p.m. at the Strom Center.
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