Interested in environmental issues? Join Black Hills State University adjunct professor Petrika Peters at the next Geek Speak Lecture. Peters will present “Global Dumping: Achieving Transnational Justice for the Toxic Waste Trade” Thursday, April 4 at 4 p.m. The lecture will be held in Jonas 110 and is open to the public.
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.
Successful graduates, new academic offerings, and sustainability achievements...just to name a few.
As we approach the New Year, here’s a look back at the Top 10 moments for Black Hills State University in 2018.
A $1 million gift from Black Hills State University professor of psychology, Dr. James Hess, continues to make it possible for students to apply their course material and make a difference in the community. Rachel Dather, outdoor education major from Verdigre, Neb., is one of this year’s recipients of the Make a Difference Scholarship.
The Black Hills Food Hub, run by Black Hills State University, had a successful summer and is making plans to continue deliveries throughout the winter season. Food Hub coordinator for BHSU Jessica Stori remarks on future plans and the overall success of the program thus far, including internship opportunities for BHSU students.