Black Hills State University is making plans to significantly increase higher educational opportunities in Rapid City following action by the South Dakota Board of Regents today.
Black Hills State University’s Concert Choir begins an eight-city tour of South Dakota April 15 including stops for clinics and performances at secondary schools and formal concerts for the public.
Black Hills State University assistant professor of mathematics, Dr. Dan May, will present the next Geek Speak lecture “Love Me I'm Rich: The Rise and Fall of American Alternative Rock” Thursday, April 9 at 4 p.m. in Jonas Hall room 110. The lecture is free and open to the public.
Many students work part-time during college, but few turn their part-time jobs into research experiments. One such study by a student-faculty duo at BHSU was recently published in the North American Journal of Psychology.
Business students at Black Hills State University are responding to an increase this year in the number of people utilizing their free tax assistance services. BHSU partners with the IRS through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program to offer free tax help. The BHSU students gain valuable experience that often influences their choice of career.
Drums, dancing and discussion converge on Black Hills State University’s campus during a week-long celebration of Native American culture April 12-19 with this year’s theme “Draw from the Past, Design the Future” with an emphasis on examining new and emergent Native art.
The Speech and Debate team at BHSU recently returned from a national tournament in Athens, Ohio, with an unexpected trophy. Brittany Thompson, sophomore political science and psychology major from Spearfish, placed in the top 20 at the Pi Kappa Delta National Tournament during her first time competing in the individual debate category.
Veterans, student veterans, and American Legion Auxiliary members greeted Janet Jefford, National President of the American Legion Auxiliary, when she visited Black Hills State University’s Veterans Center Thursday, March 19.
Among the group of students in Dr. Nick Wallerstein’s Bible literature class Wednesday morning was an unexpected guest.
Black Hills State University President Tom Jackson, Jr., surprised Wallerstein, a professor of English at BHSU, with the Distinguished Faculty Award in front of his students on March 18.
Middle and high school students will create public service announcements with help from professionals in the media Tuesday, April 21 at Black Hills State University. The day-long “Media Blitz” event is sponsored by BHSU’s School of Education and mass communication program with support from the Chiesman Endowment for Democracy.
Black Hills State University alumna Bjorg Remmers-Seymour attributes her successful and fulfilling teaching career to professors who inspired her. Now, Remmers-Seymour looks forward to going to school each day to inspire her students.
Remmers-Seymour was the recipient of the Rapid City Educator of the Year Award by the Rapid City Public Schools Foundation.
Black Hills State University professor of English, Dr. David Cremean, will analyze what he calls the “met(h)aphors” of the “Breaking Bad” sitcom during the next Geek Speak lecture Thursday, March 26 at 4 p.m. in Jonas Hall 110.
William Cockrell, instructor of behavioral sciences at BHSU, will present a lecture titled “The Videogame Monologues: An Examination of Gender in a Male Dominated World.” The lecture is free and open to the public as part of the Geek Speak lecture series Thursday, March 19 at 4 p.m. in Jonas Hall 110.
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