Explore the timelines for important dates in TR’s personal and political life, military career, publications, hunting and exploration trips, as well as his time in Dakota Territory.
The Theodore Roosevelt Center at Dickinson State University (DSU) preserves and analyzes the legacy of America’s 26th president, one of the most remarkable statesmen and intellectuals in American history. Launched in 2009, the Center has proactively accomplished this objective through the following major initiatives:
|President Woodrow Wilson (portrayed by Dr. Paul Vickery) discusses his actions during World War I with students, Theodore Roosevelt Symposium 2014|
The Theodore Roosevelt Center is located on DSU’s historic 100-acre campus in Dickinson, a southwestern North Dakota community voted by livability.com in 2013 as America’s best small town. DSU appears in the 2015 Best Colleges Report and is ranked by U.S. News & World Report as one of the top public universities in the Midwest. One of 11 institutions in the North Dakota University System, DSU offers 51 bachelor’s degrees, four associate degrees and two certificate programs in Dickinson, Bismarck and Williston.
The university’s mission is to provide high-quality accessible programs, promote excellence in teaching and learning, support scholarly and creative activities, and provide services relevant to the economy, health and quality of life of the citizens of North Dakota.