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.
Looking to jump-start the idea of launching your own business in the new year? Led by local business experts, the Entrepreneurial Boot Camp is a full-day workshop on Friday, Jan. 18, 2019 at the BHSU-Rapid City campus and is specifically designed for aspiring entrepreneurs and newer business owners interested in starting a business or rebooting their existing business. SD CEO is offering a special $50 rate for BHSU students to attend the event.
Her Lakota name, Ožáŋžaŋ Taíŋ Wíŋ, means “Appearing Light Woman.” It’s easy to see why Black Hills State University student Koty Janis was given this name. She has a special light and it’s something she aims to use to inspire others in her future profession. Koty is studying psychology and American Indian studies at BHSU in Spearfish. She plans to become a school counselor back home on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation.
Black Hills State University alumni, including former track & field and cross-country athletes, are encouraged to participate in the 27th annual Alumni Mile weekend Jan. 25 and 26 in Spearfish.
Photos are among the hundreds taken this year by the Marketing and Communications staff and student workers.
With the new year fast approaching, here
) are the top photographs from 2018 at Black Hills State University. These photographs are among the hundreds taken this year by the Marketing and Communications staff and student workers.