Black Hills State University creates $258 million annually in the state of South Dakota, a significant economic impact for the community and region.
One look at the Black Hills State University listing of the Top 10 University Moments of 2016 proves that Anything is Possible at BHSU, a University surrounded by high-quality academic programs to challenge the mind, opportunities to impact the world, and an abundance of natural beauty for inspiration.
The Black Hills State University Theatre Department concludes its fall season with a workshop production “Non-Player Character,” addressing the gaming pin-up culture and the cyberbullying of women. The play will take place in the Woodburn Mainstage Theatre, second floor, on campus, Nov. 15-17 at 7:30 p.m.span>
The Black Hills State University Geek Speak lecture Thursday, Nov. 17 will explain the fundamentals of nature through various field theories, possibly originating from Superstring theory -- the latest candidate for the theory of everything.
Dr. Parthasarathi Nag, professor of mathematics at BHSU, will present “Supersymmetry, Superstrings and the quest for the Theory of Everything” Thursday, Nov. 17 at 4 p.m. in Jonas Hall, room 110. The event is free and open to the public..span>
Dr. Nikki Dragone, assistant professor of English at BHSU, will discuss the historic and cultural reasons behind the prevalence of violence against Native women in the U.S. and Canada in the upcoming Geek Speak lecture “Advocating for the Protection of Native Women Through Theatrical, Spoken Word and Slam Poetry Performances,” The discussion will take place Thursday, Nov. 10 at 4 p.m. in Jonas Hall, room 110 at BHSU. The event is free and open to the public.span>
The Black Hills State University Geek Speak lecture Thursday, Nov. 3rd questions whether a person’s race should be ignored or appreciated as a feature of our social selves.
Jace DeCory, assistant professor of history and American Indian Studies, and Dr. Tim Steckline, professor of speech, will explore what people mean by the word ‘race,’ and analyze how the word works for society, well or ill.
Dr. David Cremean, professor of English at BHSU, traces major historical events in professional baseball that led to scandals and corruption in the upcoming Geek Speak lecture “Lawyers, Home Runs, and Money: The Long and Ongoing Corruption of Professional Baseball, America’s Past-its-Time.” The presentation will take place Thursday, Oct. 27 at 4 p.m. in Jonas Hall, room 110 at BHSU. Event is free and open to the public.
The mass reproduction of images and sounds is becoming common in the digital era. The upcoming Black Hills State University Geek Speak lecture will explore how mass reproduction, mechanical and digital transformations have affected how we perceive art.
The upcoming Black Hills State University Geek Speak lecture will explore the meaning of Standard English, and examine who gets to decide what proper English is today.
The Black Hills State University Theatre Department opens its fall season with “Moonchildren,” a dramatic comedy from 1960s.
Everything we do and the choices we make is affected by our perceptions. The upcoming Black Hills State University Geek Speak lecture will address the importance of our perceptions and how they shape our lives.
From fiction, to novels, children’s books and screenplays, award-winning author Michael Chabon is ready to talk about people who led him to his writing - the teachers and mentors who helped shape him.
The School of Business at Black Hills State University was recently named one of the “Most Affordable Undergraduate Business Schools, 2016” in a list published by College Choice.
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