There’s no reason to pack your suitcase and buy a plane ticket;
BHSU’s homecoming celebration is sure to bring views all the way from the tropics to the tundras.
A Sutton Bay Golfing and Fishing event last month raised a record $358,000 for athletic scholarships at Black Hills State University. First Premier Bank and Dana and LaDawn Dykhouse sponsored the event again this year.
Black Hills State University announces that Dr. Bill Jordan, leader and educator who was a strong proponent of women’s athletics, and his wife Barbara, former nursing services director at Dorsett Healthcare, will serve as Parade Marshals during the Swarm Day Parade Saturday, Sept. 29 in Spearfish.
Annual Women’s Business Conference will be held at The Lodge at Deadwood on Friday, October 19, 2018. This conference is a way to bring together women from across the state for a day filled with professional development and networking opportunities. The focus of the 2018 Women’s Business Conference is leadership from the inside out. “This conference will empower you, regardless of your role within your organization, to lead from where you are”, says Michelle Kane, Director, SD CEO.
Enrollment at Black Hills State University is down slightly this year paralleling enrollment trends across the state and region. This fall 4,035 students are enrolled at BHSU. BHSU officials noted that many factors, including fewer high school graduates in the region, record-breaking graduation numbers in recent years, and a strong regional economy with low unemployment rates as factors affecting university enrollment.