Scholarships are now available for Camp Invention, a week-long summer academic program will be hosted on the BHSU campus in Spearfish June 10-14. The John T. Vucurevich Foundation has awarded $5,000 and the Spearfish Community Foundation has awarded $1,000 for scholarships for children whose families qualify for free and reduced lunch programs or need financial support to attend.
The fourth annual Black Hills State University Underground Robotics Competition included an expanded competition this year among four local middle schools, rather than two as in previous years, doubling the middle school students in attendance.
Four Black Hills State University students are being recognized for their accomplishments by TRiO Student Support Services (SSS). BHSU presents the fall 2018 SSS Students of the Month: Brad Blackstock, Kathryn Mah, Kevin Vaughn, and Chris James.
At Black Hills State University, the student organization Lakota Omniciye will honor Native American culture by hosting their annual American Indian Awareness week April 8-12 featuring daily speakers and the 36th Annual Wacipi.
Black Hills State University announces that the bachelor’s degree in corporate communication is now available as an online degree program. Graduates with this degree often advance their careers in advertising, digital media, communications management, public relations, and more. Dr. Amy Fuqua, graduate dean and dean of the College of Liberal Arts at BHSU, said the corporate communication degree will still be offered in face-to-face courses on campus, but that the online program provides another option for students.