BHSU News & Events

Entries for 2009

Plans are underway for the Spring 2010 semester at Black Hills State University. Classes begin Wednesday, Jan 13 for classes that meet only on Wednesdays and have a start time of 4 p.m. or later.

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Two Legislative Crackerbarrels are scheduled to be held at Black Hills State University during the 2010 Legislative session.
 

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Black Hills State University has partnered with Learning Resource Network (LERN), the leading international association in lifelong learning, to offer several new non-credit Skills for the 21st Century online certificate programs.

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Monte and Beverly Krier, who are originally from eastern South Dakota and now live in Longwood, Fla., recently established the Delger-Krier Memorial Scholarship for math and science students at Black Hills State University who are pursuing a career as a teacher.

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Some students spend their spring break on a beach somewhere South. Others spend theirs helping out with children and organizations they believe in. This year marks six years of Black Hills State University students attending the Alternative Spring Break trip.

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Music fans have a lot to be excited about this spring. The Black Hills State University music department will be presenting its first full opera.

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Black Hills State University will now offer its bachelor of science degree in business administration entirely online following approval by the South Dakota Board of Regents this week.

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More than 50 people attended the ribbon cutting for the South Dakota Center for Enterprise Opportunity at Black Hills State University this week.

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Black Hills State University business students recently had the opportunity to present advertising plans to members of the Spearfish Economic Development Corporation Board (SDEC).

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Artwork by 11 Black Hills State University graduates, who are now employed as teachers, were among the artists showcased in a recent show at the Dahl Arts Center.

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Black Hills State University assistant professor of science, Dr. Kara Keeter, recently received a $3,250 grant from NASA through the South Dakota Space Grant Consortium.

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Black Hills State University will once again host the Perkins Basketball Classic during the holiday break. The tournament, which will feature four men’s college teams and seven high school teams, will be held Dec. 28-30 in the main gym of the Donald E. Young Sports and Fitness Center.

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Twisted Tree, the third novel written by Kent Meyers, a Black Hills State University English professor and writer-in-residence, continues to receive impressive reviews from regional and national publications.

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Black Hills State University retirees gathered with faculty and staff this week for a holiday reception.

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The Black Hills State University Jazz Band directed by Dr. Randall Royer, professor of music, and Chamber Singers, conducted by Jonathan Nero, assistant professor of music, performed at the state Capitol in Pierre on this past weekend.

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