Nearly 6,000 miles apart, but a common thread of training educators unites Black Hills State University and its newest international partner, Mongolian National University of Education (MNUE).
Have you ever wanted to dive deeper into your dreams or get a more restful night’s sleep? Learn how this is possible in the next Geek Speak lecture led by Black Hills State University mental health counselors Tracy Hunt and Chelsey Groseclose Thursday, Jan. 25 at 4 p.m. in Jonas Hall room 110. The presentation is open to the public at no cost.
The children of Marjorie (Pickles) Briggs of Midland are carrying on the value their parents placed on higher education by establishing a scholarship at Black Hills State University. Haakon County students are eligible for the scholarship beginning this fall. Marjorie, who passed away in August at the age of 91, attended Black Hills State (formerly Black Hills Teacher’s College) in the early 1950s. She earned her teacher’s certification and taught in country schools near Robbs Flat and Midland.
Students in the Geography 101 course at Black Hills State University recently completed a digital mapping project to assist humanitarian efforts stemming from the Ebola outbreak in the Congo and the rainy season in Zambia, Africa.
On Thursday, Jan. 17, Montana’s Former Poet Laureate Tami Haaland will be visiting the Black Hills State University campus for the weekly Geek Speak lecture series. The event is open to the public and will take place at 4 p.m. in the Black Box Theatre of Woodburn Hall on the BHSU campus. Here’s a sneak peek at what’s to come!