The editors of South Dakota History selected Lisa Lindell’s article from the 10 articles published in the 2018 volume of the journal to receive this year’s Herbert S. Schell Award.
South Dakota State University Briggs Library is pleased to host the traveling exhibition Native Voices: Native Peoples’ Concepts of Health and Illness.
Thank you for your interest in the fourth-annual Daschle Dialogues event as all tickets have been claimed for the April 15 lecture at the 1,000-seat Larson Memorial Concert Hall in the Performing A
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Doris Kearns Goodwin confirmed as featured guest for Daschle Dialogues at SDSU in April
Presidential historian will speak on her latest book, ‘Leadership: In Turbulent Times’
Briggs Library is pleased to host Native Voices: Native Peoples’ Concepts of Health and Illness, a traveling exhibition to U.S.
A Purple Heart recipient. An individual coping with disabilities on the South Dakota State University campus. A Latino individual. Students from Iran, Uganda and Nigeria. A nontraditional student.
A new grant is allowing the SDSU Archives and Special Collections to expand not only a digital collection, but to also broaden the skills and experience of two students.