The Center for American Indian Studies at Black Hills State University is using grant funding to host a unique six-day college transition program for Native American students.
Black Hills State University recently recognized and honored the service, dedication, and achievements of BHSU student leaders, volunteers, and organization advisors during the 19th Annual Student Volunteer Awards Celebration.
Black Hills State University faculty are transforming lives and making headlines.
Black Hills State University will host the 28th Annual Lakota Omniciye Wacipi (powwow) April 16-18 at the Donald E. Young Sports and Fitness Center Field House in conjunction with American Indian Awareness Week that will take place on campus April 11-18.
Black Hills State University recently held a reception to honor Gates Millennium Scholarship recipients.
Black Hills State University student Mary Jo May, senior social science education major from Kyle, earned the opportunity of a lifetime through the prestigious Washington Internships for Native Students (WINS) program. The internship led to the creation of an exhibit that will be displayed at the Smithsonian Institute’s National Museum of the American Indian.
The Black Hills State University Center for American Indian Studies recently announced their third round of recipients of the American Indian Education Foundation Scholarship.
The annual Red Shirt Cultural Holiday Exchange, a toy and fund drive for the Red Shirt School on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, was deemed a success this year due to the continued generosity and support of the community, students, faculty, and staff.
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.
Black Hills State University is sponsoring the 10th Annual Red Shirt Cultural Holiday Exchange, which includes a collection of toys and funds along with at visit by BHSU students to the Red Shirt School. The event, which began as two-student project in 2000, has grown into a campus-wide event with participation numerous organizations.
Respected Lakota language educators spent a week this summer participating in the Wicoiye- Lakota Language Institute held on the Black Hills State University campus in Spearfish.
Black Hills State University will host the 4th Annual American Indian College Scholarship Gala Saturday, Oct. 16 with the reception beginning at 6 p.m. in David B. Miller Student Union Jacket Legacy Room.
The Center for American Indian Studies at Black Hills State University is using grant funds to host a five-day intensive outreach program for American Indian students to make the transition to university life easier.
Stephan Antoine, Black Hills State University sophomore from Mission who is double majoring in communication arts and American Indian Studies, received the 2010 Kevin Whirlwind Horse Memorial Scholarship.
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