Nearly 384 candidates for graduation participated in the recent 155th commencement ceremony at Black Hills State University.
Approximately 500 people were at Black Hills State University recently for a presentation by former U.S. President Bill Clinton. The nation’s 42nd president addressed the standing-room only crowd for more than an hour.
This July Black Hills State University will open the doors on the second season of its summer theatre program.
Black Hills State University student Jacob Bohlmann, business management major from Spearfish, has received the 2008-09 Clarkson Memorial Scholarship.
All TRIO staff from Black Hills State University attended the South Dakota ASPIRE Conference held in Aberdeen this spring. BHSU hosts two TRIO programs: Student Support Services and Upward Bound. Susan Hupp, Cody McMichael, Juli Larson, Peggy Madrid, Carol Gritts, and Veronica Feeney represented BHSU at the conference.
Micheline Hickenbotham, assistant education professor at Black Hills State University, was recently chosen to be the representative for the National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics (NCSM) in the Central Region 2 Caucus.
Events were held across the nation to encourage volunteering and AmeriCorps membership from May 11 through May 18. South Dakota was just one of many states which hosted a variety of volunteer and recognition events across the state.
Caroline Christopherson, a Black Hills State University senior, has been awarded a $2,150 Haines Scholarship for the 2008-2009 academic year by the South Dakota Board of Regents.
Black Hills State University students, who performed in the BHSU production of Much Ado About Nothing, were recently nominated for the Irene Ryan Acting Competition award and scholarship from the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF).
Students and two advisors at Black Hills State University recently participated in the 2008 BHSU Alternative Spring Break trip to Seattle, Wash.
Sandy Klarenbeek, health instructor for the Black Hills State University College of Education, recently attended the National Health Education Standards (NHES) training session held in Atlanta, Ga. and the Health Education Assessment Project (HEAP) and professional development conference in Little Rock, Ark.
The Black Hills State University Center for American Indian Studies recently announced its first recipients of a new American Indian Scholarship.
Results were recently released for the spring 2008 South Dakota Stock Market Game (SDSMG), which is sponsored in part by Black Hills State University.
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton is scheduled to be at Black Hills State University Friday, May 30.
Journalist and author Reese Erlich, who was a guest speaker on the Black Hills State University campus last fall, recently finished researching for his new book in Cuba. He will begin his tour to promote the book in January 2009.
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Saturday, May 28, 2016