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When Steve Babbitt walked into his classroom Wednesday and saw Black Hills State University President Dr. Kay Schallenkamp and Dr. Rod Custer, provost and vice president of Academic Affairs, many things began running through his mind. 

The BHSU President and Provost were there to present Babbitt with this year’s Distinguished Faculty Award – an honor bestowed upon Babbitt by his colleagues.

 

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Black Hills State University faculty and students will present scholarly works at the 15th Annual Black Hills Research Symposium Tuesday, March 19 through Thursday, March 21 on the BHSU campus.

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The newest exhibit in the Black Hills State University Ruddell Gallery offers a glimpse into the influence living and working in  South Dakota had on a group of local artists. The exhibit, “History of Things to Come,” will be at the second floor gallery of the David B. Miller Yellow Jacket Student Union through March 8.

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As research continues to thrive at Black Hills State University, University officials are looking to help student and faculty researchers understand the process of commercializing their ideas.

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More than 20 eighth graders from the Belle Fourche Math and Science Club spent a day with Black Hills State University science professors touring the University labs and engaging in activities across various science disciplines.

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Black Hills State University art instructor Erica Merchant was one of 15 artists statewide chosen to display their artwork during the South Dakota Governor’s Awards in the Arts event held earlier this month.

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A group of Black Hills State University students and faculty recently attended the 2013 S.D. Governor’s Conference on Tourism in Pierre.

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Nearly 40 years ago, Dr. Mary Caton-Rosser spent time hiking Yellowstone’s backcountry lugging her zoom lens and snapping photos of awe-inspiring creatures – grizzly bears, eagles, hawks. Since then, those photos have taken on a variety of forms and are now part of a multimedia community exhibit titled “Trails to Tales: Seeking Sense of Place in Prints and Perspectives” that are now on exhibit throughout Belle Fourche.

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Plans are moving forward on a new, state-of-the-art residence hall for Black Hills State University which connects two existing halls and provides for a vibrant community setting for students.

The new hall is estimated to break ground in early summer of 2014 with a completion date of summer 2015. When completed, the residence hall will be the first new hall built in nearly 50 years.

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Black Hills State University will usher in its 130th anniversary with a Founder’s Day celebration Wednesday, Feb. 27, with a chili cook-off and a trip down memory lane with a style show featuring clothing and accessories from BHSU's past and present.

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A team of Black Hills State University professors have developed a new multi-tiered model for math instruction that identifies struggling students earlier with an ultimate goal of getting them a college diploma.

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It takes place in New York, San Francisco, London, Paris, and Tokyo, and now an alternative art movement is making its way to South Dakota with the help of Black Hills State University art instructor Desy Schoenewies.

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The School of Business at Black Hills State University is pleased to announce the addition of three new business certificate programs. Certificates will now be available in Management, Entrepreneurial Studies, and Management Information Systems (MIS).

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In his most recent art exhibit, Black Hills State University assistant professor Dustin Hinson combines the unique topographies of the Earth’s surface with random lines, shapes and contours to create abstract pieces that provide some sense of reality.

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Prospective students are snapping their photos with of Black Hills State University displays at the Rushmore Mall in Rapid City and the Empire Mall in Sioux Falls in hopes of winning a $1,000 scholarship contest.

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