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    • Heating Plant

    • Dakota State University -- Buildings; General Beadle State College -- Buildings
    • The Heating Plant was often called the Power House. The original heating plant was built between 1898 and 1899. In 1907, the smokestack was added. The building was expanded in 1913 to include the power house. It was located to the north of East...
    • Science Hall

    • Dakota State University -- Buildings; Eastern State Teachers College -- Buildings
    • The Science Hall was built in 1910. The first floor was a laboratory, and a classroom facility for chemistry, physics and agriculture. The second floor was the gymnasium. In 1923, a balcony was added. This building was located on the southwest area...
    • Campus Laboratory Training School

    • Dakota State University -- Buildings; Eastern State Teachers College -- Buildings
    • The Campus Laboratory Training School was built in 1917. It was an excellent teacher-in-training laboratory facility. In 1921, the name was changed to Eastern Campus School. Beadle Campus School became its name is 1947. On January 19, 1963 the...
    • Campus Laboratory Training School

    • Dakota State University -- Buildings; Eastern State Teachers College -- Buildings
    • The Campus Laboratory Training School was built in 1917. It was an excellent teacher-in-training laboratory facility. In 1921, the name was changed to Eastern Campus School. Beadle Campus School became its name is 1947. On January 19, 1963 the...
    • Memorial Gymnasium

    • Dakota State University -- Buildings; General Beadle State Teachers College -- Buildings
    • In 1960, the construction of the Memorial Gymnasium was completed. It was built in conjunction with the National Guard and was often called the National Guard Armory in earlier years. The building was named in honor of those who lost their lives...
    • Lowry Hall

    • Dakota State University -- Buildings; General Beadle State Teachers College -- Buildings
    • In 1958, Lowry Hall was built as a dormitory for 70 male students. It was named after Vayne Arnold Lowry, the President of the University from 1933-1962. In 2000, the Business & Education Institute (BEI) and Computing Services moved into the...
    • Smith-Zimmermann Heritage Museum

    • Dakota State University -- Buildings; General Beadle State Teachers College -- Buildings
    • The Smith-Zimmermann Heritage Museum was dedicated on October 15, 1961 in honor of Captain and Mrs. H.P. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Philip Zimmerman. In 1959, George Smith and Lillie Zimmermann together donated $75,000 for the museum building to be...
    • East Wing Library

    • Dakota State University -- Buildings; Dakota Normal School -- Buildings; Madison State Normal School -- Buildings; Eastern State Teachers College
    • The Library was housed in East Wing. The Legislature appropriated money for the construction of East Wing in 1901. It was constructed in 1904 and housed administrative offices, library and the auditorium. In 1955, East Wing was renamed Kennedy...
    • Higbie Hall

    • Dakota State University -- Buildings; General Beadle State College -- Buildings
    • Higbie Hall, built in 1965, was named after Edgar C. Higbie. The hall is located next to the Trojan Center. It was originally built to house 150 men. The dedication ceremony was held in September 1965.
    • June Emry Hall

    • Dakota State University -- Buildings; General Beadle State College -- Buildings
    • June Emry Hall was built as a women's domitory. The building was opened in the Fall of 1968. It became home to 168 female students living in double occupancy rooms. The Hall was dedicated Thursday, October 2, 1969. The building was named after...
    • Trojan Center

    • Dakota State University -- Buildings; General Beadle State College -- Buildings
    • The Trojan Center, or "TC" as the students commonly call it, was built in 1965. The TC serves as Dakota State's Student Union building. It houses the bookstore, conferences rooms, office space, lounge area, and a Meditation Center for students. ...
    • Richardson Hall

    • Dakota State University -- Buildings; Dakota State College -- Buildings
    • Richardson Hall is the largest of the dorms on the University campus. Construction of the hall completed during the summer of 1970. The building was named after Charles S. Richardson, first President of Dakota State University, known then as Dakota...
    • President (Acting) E. A. Bixler

    • Dakota State University; President of Eastern State Teachers College; Eastern State Teachers College
    • E. A. Bixler was born in Ohio, November 27, 1880. He graduated from high school in Mt. Gilead, Ohio, and attended Normal School at Ada, Ohio. Later, he attended Miami University for one year, then transferred to Ohio State University where he...
    • President Dr. Laurence Samuel Flaum

    • Dakota State University; President of General Beadle State College; General Beadle State College; President of Dakota State College; Dakota State College
    • Dr. Flaum was born in El Paso, Texas on February 11, 1911. He attended the Universities of Texas and Arizona and then went to Columbia University from which he obtained both his A. B. and M.A. degrees. He then earned his Ed. D. at Colorado State...
    • President Dr. Harry P. Bowes

    • Dakota State University; President of General Beadle State College; General Beadle State College; President of Dakota State College; Dakota State College
    • Dr. Harry P. Bowes was born in Des Moines, Iowa. Bowes received his B.S and M.S degrees from Northwest Missouri State University and completed graduate work at Illinois State University, and the University of Illinois before earning his doctorate...
    • President (Acting) Dr. Allen R. Millar

    • Dakota State University; President of Dakota State College; Dakota State College;
    • Dr. Millar was born in Ravinia, South Dakota. He graduated from Bennett County High School in Martin. He enrolled at Chadron, Nebraska State College in 1941, enlisted a year later, and served four years. He was discharged as a first lieutenant,...
    • President Dr. Francis Gordon Foster

    • Dakota State University; President of Dakota State College; Dakota State College;
    • Gordon Foster was born in Springfield, Missouri on May 31, 1923. He attended Southwest Missouri State University prior to serving in World War II and returned to Southwest Missouri State to complete a Bachelor of Arts degree in History and English...
    • President Dr. Jerald A. Tunheim

    • Dakota State University; President of Dakota State College; Dakota State College; President of Dakota State University; Dakota State University
    • Tunheim has spent his higher education career in South Dakota, beginning as an undergraduate student at South Dakota State University in 1958. He holds a bachelor’s degree in engineering physics and a M.S. in physics, both from SDSU. He received...

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