BHSU News & Events

Entries for October 2013

Black Hills State University and the Spearfish community will bring the culture of India to the Black Hills through exhibits, foreign films, lectures, demonstrations, book discussions, and much more as it kicks off a nearly year-long nationwide literature program.

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The fourth annual Black Hills Photo Shootout, an event which attracts professional and novice photographers from all over the world, brought in $3,000 from this year’s Shootout held last month at Black Hills State University.  The funds raised will be distributed between the BHSU photography program and the Outdoor Photo Workshops, the two entities who organize the popular photography event.

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Black Hills State University graduate students Jacob Alsdurf and Riston Haugen recently had their individual work published in two research journals.

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Austrian music, food, and modern culture trends are some of the things Connie Hubbard, instructor of German at Black Hills State University, got to experience during  a two-week seminar in Austria called “Querschnitt Oesterreich.”

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Dr. Mary Caton-Rosser, Black Hills State University associate professor of mass communication, and Ruth Wienk, BHSU academic English preparation teacher, discussed the benefits of integrating social media in the classroom, especially in foreign language courses, during the recent South Dakota World Languages Association (SDWLA) conference.

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Five Black Hills State University faculty members have created art pieces for a fundraiser for the Dahl Fine Arts Center; however, which piece belongs to which professor is a secret.

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Black Hills State University and communities around the Black Hills had the privilege this month of witnessing their state Supreme Court in action with the justices holding their September/October session on campus.

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Black Hills State University students from the University Center-Rapid City recently had a chance to talk with internationally known sculptor Masayuki Nagase about his current project in downtown Rapid City.

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Black Hills State University student Aleesa Fedt’s compassion for helping others and her background in medicine took her all the way to Ghana where she spent a month volunteering in a medical clinic.

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Black Hills State University faculty and staff are transforming lives and making headlines.

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Erica Merchant has spent several months restoring the intricate details of wall panels surrounding medallions in the opera house’s foyer.  The Black Hills State University art instructor started the process in April with the help of Dean Kalamos, a master painter from Washington, D.C., who works as a lead decorative painter at the Library of Congress.

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The Black Hills State University student business organization Enactus recently donated $360 toward the University’s Business Leadership Scholarship.

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The Black Hills State University Concert Band performance, originally scheduled for Monday, Oct. 28, has been rescheduled for Monday, Dec. 9 at 7:30 p...

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Black Hills State University assistant professor Dr. Andy Johnson's innovative ideas on inquiry-based instruction in teaching radioactivity and ionizing radiation are being recognized in this week’s issue of Science magazine. Johnson’s essay “Radiation and Atomic Literacy for Nonscientists” was chosen as this month’s Science Prize for Inquiry-Based Instruction (IBI).

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Black Hills State University announced Friday its final push toward a $22 million capital campaign which will provide millions to fund additional student scholarships, and construction and renovation of campus facilities.

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