Black Hills State University recognizes student Eryn Schlotte, the first female Combat Engineer in the state of South Dakota, who recently received the Distinctive Woman of Service Award from the Girl Scouts Dakota Horizons. Schlotte is a human services and sociology major from Wolsey, S.D., who attends BHSU.
Jordan Theisen credits his discipline honed by the National Guard, competitive outlook shaped by the Black Hills State University athletic program, and valuable advice from his dad and mom as important factors in his successful educational experience and plans for his future.
After British travel writer Chris Haslam released an article titled “How to be Spanish,” the retaliation has been fierce against his so-called misguided and ill-informed assumptions. Dr. DuLu Hsiao, assistant professor of Spanish at Black Hills State University, will lecture on the effects of the article Thursday, Nov. 15 at 4 p.m. as part of the Geek Speak Lecture Series.
Nadim Antar says joining the Army ROTC (Reserve Officers’ Training Corps) at Black Hills State University put him “on the straight and narrow” to finishing his degree and embarking on a military career. It’s that same structure Nadim says he’s proud to provide now to BHSU students as an ROTC instructor.
Black Hills State University was selected to host a local edition of the Hult Prize competition thanks to the leadership of international student Yosr Bouhoula. The Hult Prize is a $1 million award competition for college students to sustainably solve the world’s most critical social challenges.