After receiving $37,275 from the South Dakota Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR), Black Hills State University and six South Dakota schools are enhancing their existing online electronics program and expanding its curriculum to include wind and solar energy.
A light night breakfast during finals week is becoming a popular tradition for Black Hills State University students. A free breakfast was served to more than 660 students late Monday night.
The South Dakota Center for Enterprise Opportunity (SD CEO) at Black Hills State University will be conducting a Business Training Needs survey in January to assess the current training and educational needs of the Black Hills business communities.
Black Hills Corporation (BHC) Foundation awarded the grant to CAIS to support the annual scholarship drive for current and future American Indian students at BHSU.
Five Black Hills State University students will participate in a 17-day field course entitled “Wolves and other large predators: A Northwoods Experience” in northern Minnesota.
The fall session of the South Dakota Stock Market Game (SDSMG) concluded its 10-week trading session recently.
The Black Hills State University Center for Academic Success is pleased to announce the winners of the Take Five Early Registration Event. The Center sponsors an event each semester to promote early registration for classes.
Black Hills State University will recognize over 200 candidates for graduation during the University’s 160th commencement ceremony Saturday, Dec. 18 at 10 a.m. in the Donald E. Young Sports and Fitness Center.
Black Hills State University student McKenzie Haley was recently crowned Miss Rodeo America during the Wrangler National Finals in Las Vegas, Nev.
James Louks, senior Black Hills State University art major, recently received three art awards.
Black Hills State University student Jessica Juhrend, senior speech communication major from Spearfish, was one of seven entrants selected for the Second Annual Midway Festival of 10-Minute Plays.
Craig Katt, Class of ’75, has been inspired by the Dykhouse gift to help his alma mater. The Dykhouse Family and Athletic Department are asking others to do the same.
A $1,000,000 cash gift from the Dykhouse Family was used to establish the Dykhouse Family Athletic Scholarship Fund and to purchase new scoreboards for the arena in the Young Center.
The dream of building an Alumni Welcome Center is now becoming reality.
Dr. Brian Smith, professor of biology at Black Hills State University, has played a critical role in making incredible progress in saving the rarest snake on the planet, the Antiguan racer (scientific name: Alsophis antiguae).
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Tuesday, August 30, 2016