Our annual research symposium is held in the fall of each year and features a number of speakers describing research and education activities focused on issues related to the Missouri River and its basin. Speakers will include presenters from both the University of South Dakota and federal and state government agencies. All presentations are free and open to the public.
Please check back later for more information on the fall 2019 symposium.
"Dammed Indians: The Continuing History of the Pick-Sloan Plan and the Missouri River Sioux"
"Looking into the Future for Missouri River Management"
Dr. Dennis Todey
"Impacts of Regional Climate Change on the Missouri River"
"Rivers of Change"
Dr. Richard Sparks
"The Costs and Benefits of Naturalizing Large, Regulated Rivers"
Dr. W. Raymond Wood
"Prologue to Lewis & Clark: The Mackay-Evans Expedition"