Black Hills State University will host a picnic for retired faculty and staff on Thursday, Sept. 10 at noon at the large shelter behind the band shell in the Spearfish City Park.
South Dakota high school students will have the rare opportunity to be involved in national physics research at the Sanford Lab thanks to an outreach program through Black Hills State University. This summer two high school physics teachers, one from Hill City and one from Aberdeen, participated in a national research and study program known as QuarkNet that is designed to get high school teachers, and ultimately high school students, involved in particle physics research.
Black Hills State University faculty and staff are transforming lives and making headlines with their achievements.
The Dakota Chamber Orchestra will begin rehearsals for the 2009-2010 season Tuesday, Sept. 8 at 7 p.m. on the campus of Black Hills State University in Spearfish. Rehearsals are held in the Meier Hall Band Room.
A photograph by Steve Babbit, Black Hills State University professor of photography, will be featured in the Black and White exhibition at the Center for Fine Art Photography is Fort Collins, Colo., Aug. 28- Sept. 26.
Two Black Hills State University professors were recently invited to give presentations at a United Nations conference in Seoul, South Korea. Dr. Len Austin and Dr. John Alsup, both associate professors in the college of education, spoke before an international audience at the World Civic Forum 2009 sponsored by United Nation’s Department of Economic and Social Affairs.
Black Hills State University hosted an All-Choral Reunion this summer. The All-Choral reunion attendees performed at the Spearfish Arts Center 32nd Annual Festival in the Park. The group plans to reunite in the summer of 2014 for another All-Choral reunion.
Black Hills State University professor of business, Don Altmyer, recently won the 2009 Professional Disc Golf Advanced Senior Men Putting Event and the Advanced Senior Men Mini Golf Event at the Disc Golf World Championships held in Kansas City, Kan.
Black Hills State University Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) member Darlene Swartz was recently featured in the Stories of Service Blog on the Serve.gov website.
Black Hills State University students now have increased opportunities for international experiences. Students note that international travel and interactions with foreign students who are attending BHSU change their view of the world and their place in it.
Sandy Klarenbeek, health educator, Division of Physical Education and Health at Black Hills State University, recently presented at the 16th European Conference on Reading in Braga, Portugal.
Dr. David A. Wolff, associate professor of history at Black Hills State University recently authored a book from the South Dakota State Historical Society Press that looks at the many roles of Seth Bullock in his long, productive life.
Grant opportunities announced have been announced by the Grants Office.
Urla Marcus has been named director of the Center for American Indian Studies at Black Hills State University. Marcus has served as associate director of the center since 2006.
Marcus, says she is plans to continue to advance the work of the Center in her new role as the director.
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