Students and faculty that participated include (left to right): Dylan Wince, junior history major from Rapid City; Rhiannon Morgan, junior environmental physical science major from Spearfish; Crystal Savage, sophomore mass communication major from Stillman, Ill.; Robb Campbell, assistant professor of history; Abigail Domagall, assistant professor of science; and graduate students Woody Walstrom and Joe Manthey.
Several Black Hills State University students and faculty visited the U.S. Geological Survey’s Center for Earth Resources Observation and Science (EROS) outside of Sioux Falls.
The EROS is a major center for earth science and one of the worlds largest archives of satellite and aerial data. Students and faculty took a tour and then spoke with officials regarding student internships and collaborative projects between EROS and BHSU.
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Monday, April 24, 2017