BHSU News & Events

Entries for May 2014

For two weeks this month, Black Hills State University faculty and students have been using their expertise to help local schools and small businesses create their own media campaign kit.

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For the fourth year in a row, Black Hills State University is offering an opportunity for local elementary through high school students to explore the world around them. The annual Summer Exploration Institute will be held June 16-20 for ages 11-16 and July 7-11 for ages 7-10.


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The eighth season of the Black Hills State University Summer Stage series begins Thursday, June 5 with the female version of Neil Simon’s The Odd Couple featuring two leading ladies and a night of Trivial Pursuit with their girlfriends.

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Black Hills State University is using a nearly $25,000 grant from the Wellmark Foundation to begin a new community-wide partnership that will focus on the local food economy and other locally-produced goods in the Northern Hills area. 

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Richard (Dick) DuBois, artist and longtime professor of art at Black Hills State University, died May 21. Dick, who began teaching art at BHSU in 1969, officially retired in 2004 although he continued to teach and paint.

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Black Hills State University student leaders Chase Vogel and Lorrin Anderson are in Germany developing an international relationship with new partner school Aalen University.


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 Black Hills State University students Mark Quasney, business administration – economics and finance major from Rapid City, and Clair Cecil, psychology major from Rapid City, were among the many students recognized during the University Center-Rapid City’s annual Celebrating and Encouraging Networking, Teamwork, Engagement, and Recognition ceremony.

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The South Dakota Center for Enterprise Opportunity (SD CEO), the women’s business center at Black Hills State University, will host the monthly Women in Networking (WIN) lunch at the Spearfish Holiday Inn Swarm Room Tuesday, June 10 from 12 noon to 1 p.m.

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Recent graduates Nicole Faas and Kaitlin Schneider graduated as University Scholars after successfully defending their capstone project.

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On Monday, May 19, Michael Baum and Karri Dieken, Black Hills State University graduates and adjunct art instructors, will begin a five-day, 442-mile bike ride from Spearfish to Brookings while creating a series of seismic drawings, a photographic journal and a video documentary.

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From a Father’s Day caveman game adventure and an art and wine festival  to a 5K fun run, Black Hills State University tourism students spent the spring semester creating and planning a kick-off to summer event that would boost community attendance at Rushmore Cave.

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AACSB sealBlack Hills State University has earned international accreditation of its business administration and MBA programs by recent action of the board of directors of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International. Only 694 schools of business, or less than 5 percent worldwide, have earned this distinguished hallmark of excellence.

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Black Hills State University psychology major Kaitlin Schneider, who started her collegiate career while still a senior at Sturgis Brown High School, has spent the last several years involved in a variety of research projects, one which awarded her the top undergraduate oral presentation at this year’s Black Hills Research Symposium (BHRS).While her time as a BHSU undergraduate will come to an end tomorrow, Schneider’s career in academia is just beginning.

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Black Hills State University faculty and staff served more than 450 students during the late night breakfast earlier this week.

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Black Hills State University students in Dr. Wei Song’s integrated marketing communication class this semester had the opportunity to blend theory and their coursework into a practical learning experience. However, their projects also had a larger purpose – to make a contribution to the surrounding community.


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