• The South Dakota World Affairs Council and the World Affairs Councils of America are offering 25 scholarships for college undergraduate students to attend the 2014 National Conference November 5-7, 2014 at The Fairfax at Embassy Row Hotel in Washington, DC.

    SDWAC nominations must be sent by Friday, September 5, 2014 to sdworldaffairs@gmail.com.

    Collegiate Student Scholarship to 2014 National WACA Conference
  • New leaders will help direct board of directors for SDWAC. The include, from left, Chandradhar Dwivedi, chair; Amanda Quam and Toby Uecker, board directors. They will set policy, programs and activities.

    New Leaders look to expand reach of SDWAC programs
  • Filmed on five continents, “Not My Life” features more than 50 interviews with trafficking victims. From 10 year-old girls raped in USA truck stops; to street beggars and child soldiers in Africa; to domestic servants in Washington, D. C., “Not My Life” takes viewers into a world that is difficult to imagine, let alone accept.

    “Not My Life” Screening set for Rapid City 9/11/14
  • Michael McNerney, a national cybersecurity expert, is optimistic that businesses and government agencies can do a better job protecting electronic data. As he sees it, the challenge is a matter of collective resolve more than technological expertise. View McNerney’s talk at http://bit.ly/1bx4Fgt

    Cybersecurity requires efforts by government, business & consumers
  • An interested and engaged audience listened to Dr. Ahrar Ahmad, political scientist and humanities scholar from Black Hills State University, lead discussion at Briggs Library on R.E. Peters’ book “The Children of Abraham: Judaism, Christianity, Islam.

    Children of Abraham – 11-19-13

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