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DICKINSON STATE UNIVERSITY

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DICKINSON — The U.S. News & World Report released its 2022-2023 Best Colleges rankings on Monday, Sept. 12, 2022, and Dickinson State University ranked No. 7 for Top Public Schools – Regional Colleges (Midwest).
DILLON, Mont. — Dickinson State University woes continue early in the 2022 football season as the Blue Hawks dropped their second in a row in a top-25 clash between #16 Dickinson State (0-2, 0-0 NSAA) and #17 Montana Western (2-1, 0-0 Frontier).
Local artists of all ages to be highlighted at the Badlands Art Gallery and Prairie Hills Mall.
DICKINSON — Dickinson State University President Steve Easton updated stakeholders and the general public on the progress made over the previous year in his annual State of the University address on Monday, Aug. 15. During his speech, Easton declared that DSU is continuing to move in the right direction, sharing optimism and a positive outlook for the forthcoming academic year.
"...He rounds out what I am convinced is one of the strongest history programs in the region,” says Brent Rogers, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at DSU
“The program is intended to get students ready for these roles, whether it’s coaching a sport or sports or leading an entire athletic club or department,” says Thadd O’Donnell, chair of health, physical education and recreation at DSU.

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It’s been a busy week for Dickinson State University who announced an appointment to the position of interim vice president/provost and the first recipient of the Rob & Melani Walton Endowed Chair in Theodore Roosevelt Studies.
“We continue to work with JE Dunn on the construction and they hope to continue the construction during the summer months... contractors have done a great job pumping the water off and continue to work every single day and move as fast as they can,” said Kristen Fleury, Dickinson State University assistant athletic director
Maci Wehri, of Hebron, North Dakota, was recently crowned as Miss Agriculture USA. Wehri is also going to be a junior at Dickinson State University. We visited Wehri at her family’s farm in Hebron to learn about her passion for agriculture.

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