Black Hills State University is offering a class this fall semester covering its own history.
Black Hills State University will conclude its 2008 summer theatre season with Michael Stewart and Jerry Herman’s Hello Dolly!. Performances will begin Wednesday, August 6 and play through Sunday, August 17 in the Woodburn Hall Theatre.
Black Hills State University offers community members the opportunity to observe classes with a Visitor Pass. The Visitor Pass program at BHSU began last fall and will continue this year.
Barbara Zwetzig, new director for the Center for Business, Entrepreneurship, and Tourism Services (CBETS) at Black Hills State University, is looking forward to working with businesses and business development agencies in the state and region.
Megan Allen, Black Hills State University senior from Meeteetse, Wyo., majoring in Outdoor Education, was recently selected for a competitive national undergraduate scholarship to the National Association of Interpretation's (NAI) workshop this fall in Portland.
Nancy Wietgrefe, director for the Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) at Black Hills State University (left) accepts a donation from Linda Foltz, Pioneer Bank and Trust, from the F.L. Clarkson Family Foundation. RSVP volunteers provide many services to nonprofit organizations including the hospital, local schools, the senior center, and area churches.
The Career Service Act (CSA) Advisory Council at Black Hills State University held the 23rd annual recognition luncheon this spring to honor CSA employees for their service at BHSU.
Chuck Schmidt, BHSU sophomore history major from Keldron, won the 2008 Saddle Bronc Championship at the 60th annual College National Finals Rodeo (CNFR) in Casper, Wyo.
Black Hills State University is now offering a new program, a master’s degree in Strategic Leadership (MSSL), that has already garnered the attention of business and military people in the region and throughout the nation.
Kenneth Cummings, a 2005 graduate of Black Hills State University, has been named senior security officer at BHSU.
The 18th Annual Yellow Jacket/Gold Dust Golf Tournament and Benefit Auction raised over $15,000 for student-athlete scholarships at Black Hills State University recently.
Nancy Grassel, director of Human Resources at Black Hills State University, was recently elected to a two-year term as treasurer of the Midwest Region of the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources(CUPA-HR).
The 29th annual Yellow Jacket “Old Baldy” Golf Tournament held recently in Saratoga, Wyo. produced over $16,000 that will be used to support student-athlete scholarships at Black Hills State University.
Twenty-six teachers from South Dakota recently attended the Mobile Science Lab workshop at Black Hills State University. The teachers participated in many different sessions including topics in the areas of chemistry, biology, earth science, and physical science.
The Black Hills State Players, which includes a cast of current BHSU students and alumni, will stage three separate productions this summer giving five performances each week. Each production will run for two weeks in the Woodburn Theatre.
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Wednesday, June 29, 2016