Black Hills State University invites the public to the “Because of You Anything is Possible” Capital Campaign Celebration Tuesday, Dec. 17 at 3 p.m. at the Joy Center. The Dec. 17 date marks the conclusion of the successful five-year effort to increase student scholarships.
An agreement between Black Hills State University and Western Dakota Technical Institute is helping students successfully complete their bachelor’s degrees in human services.
Brent Moe of Rapid City will graduate from BHSU Dec. 14 as a result of the agreement between the two schools. Moe works as a community services officer at the Rapid City Police Department.
Black Hills State University alum Jamie Schroeder, Class of 2015, was named New Physical Education Professional of the Year for the South Dakota Society of Health and Physical Educators (SHAPE). She teaches adapted physical education
for the Spearfish School District.
Black Hills State University students recently took a day to tour organizations in Hot Springs identifying potential employment and internships opportunities. The goals of the BHSU-organized preview day/road trip program were to connect students with businesses and help them begin building professional relationships around the Black Hills. Students visited three organizations in Hot Springs: the Michael J. Fitzmaurice South Dakota Veterans Home, VA Black Hills Health Care System, and Fall River Health Services.
Audiences will be treated to a full evening of food, music, and theatrical entertainment in Clare and Josef Meier Hall during the Black Hills State University presentation of “A Madrigal Dinner” Dec. 5-7. The Madrigal Dinner is an annual fundraising event for the BHSU Music Department featuring a small ensemble of 18 student singers specializing in performing early music each fall semester. The event begins at 6 p.m. each evening and tickets are $45 each.