The BHSU Grants Office will host a brief demonstration of the Metasoft BigOnline database Wednesday, May 2 from 12 noon to 12:45 p.m. in the lower level training room in the E.Y. Berry Library-Learning Center. The demonstration is open to faculty, staff and students.
Several Black Hills State University seniors will host their Senior Exit Show at the Matthews Opera House Friday, April 27 from 4-8 p.m., Saturday, April 28 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., and Sunday, April 29 from 1-4 p.m.
Dr. Amy Fuqua, associate humanities professor who has been serving as interim director of the Honors Program, has been named director of the Honors Program at Black Hills State University.
Premier Bank/First Premier Bankcard has agreed to donate credit monitoring services for Black Hills State University students who were affected by a possible identity disclosure.
A survey of freshmen at BHSU revealed some interesting and useful information according to Dr. Kristi Pearce, dean of enrollment services. To encourage participation and express the faculty and administration’s appreciation for students’ participation, respondents were given BHSU souvenir pens and a chance to win a $100 gift certificate to the BHSU Bookstore. The winner of the drawing was Jennifer Trouton, freshman history major from Lead.
The Black Hills State University employee recognition reception will be held Wednesday, May 2 from 2 p.m. – 4 p.m. in the Jacket Legacy Room of the David B. Miller Yellow Jacket Student Union. BHSU retirees and annual employee award winners will be honored at the reception.
Clayton Grueb, a Black Hills State University pre-law student, is one of eight students from South Dakota higher education institutions who has been chosen for an internship in the nation’s capital under a pilot program established in 2006 by Gov. Mike Rounds. Grueb was the only BHSU student chosen for the internship.
BHSU will present a juried student award art show, “Happiness Camp,” in the Ruddell Art Gallery through May 13. A closing reception will be held May 3 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. BHSU art students entered a total of 80 pieces in the contest, from which 40 were chosen to be included in the show.
The recipient of the 2007 Kevin Whirlwind Horse memorial scholarship was, Elias Fast Horse, sophomore education major from Rapid City. Each year at the annual Kevin Whirlwind Horse Memorial Run/Walk, one $500 scholarship is presented to an American Indian sophomore who demonstrates outstanding ability and leadership skills.
Six TRIO staff from Black Hills State University recently traveled to the South Dakota ASPIRE Conference held in Chamberlain recently. This annual conference is an opportunity for personnel from the 14 TRIO programs in South Dakota to collaborate regarding college access issues and success strategies for low-income and first-generation students.
Area schools recently participated in CAR WARS, an electronics competition held annually in the Black Hills area, which requires the participants to first build a remote-controlled model car, and then race it.
Nearly 2,800 participants and spectators attended the 25th annual Wacipi (powwow) last weekend as part of the activities scheduled at Black Hills State University for Indian Awareness Week.
Approximately 20 faculty and staff from Black Hills State University toured the Pope & Talbot sawmill, which is located just west of the university.
Dr. John Glover, interim director of the Black Hills State University Center for American Indian Studies, has been named to a new associate dean position for the University of South Dakota’s School of Law. In addition to his new responsibilities as associate dean of American Indian Law Programs, Glover will continue to serve as center director at BHSU.
The Black Hills State University forensics squad dominated at the Eleanor McGovern Invitational tournament held in Mitchell recently. The triangular meet ended with a sweep of the top three places for the BHSU team.
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Tuesday, July 26, 2016