Black Hills State University’s Friends of Music hosts “Music of Stage and Screen,” a concert featuring duet pianists, on Sunday, Feb. 15 at 2:30 p.m. in Clare and Josef Meier Hall on BHSU’s campus. A reception will follow the recital.
Black Hill State University assistant professor of art and St. Louis native Desy Schoenewies will present a lecture titled “Hands Up Don’t Shoot: Boiling Points of Tension in Ferguson, Missouri” Thursday, Feb. 12 at 4 p.m. in Jonas Hall 110 on the BHSU campus. The lecture is free and open to the public as part of the Geek Speak Lecture Series.
Anything is possible at Black Hills State University as illustrated by these recent faculty and staff headlines.
An ad created by Black Hills State University student Bryce Boser, mass communication major from Box Elder, won a University marketing contest and his ad will air regionally Sunday during the Super Bowl.
Boser was one of 12 finalists in the “Where Anything is Possible” marketing contest at BHSU.
BHSU commemorates Black History Month with a public lecture by Dr. Adam Gaffey on Thursday, Feb. 5 titled, “The Rhetoric of Equality: Martin Luther King, Jr., Malcolm X, and Arguments on Civil Rights.” The lecture, part of the Geek Speak series, begins at 4 p.m. in Jonas Hall Room 110.
Black Hills State University will host an awards ceremony Friday, Jan. 30 at 2 p.m. in the Joy Center to honor the student finalists in the “Where Anything is Possible” tagline contest.
South Park, the animated sitcom known for adult humor and satirical content, uses the most progressive depiction of individuals with disabilities on television, according to Dr. Rickie-Ann Legleitner, instructor of English at Black Hills State University.
The next Geek Speak lecture at Black Hills State University will make you uncomfortable. Dr. Nicole Royer, criminologist and instructor of sociology, will present her lecture “Cannibalism, Necrophilia, and Death and Dying: Taboos and Popular Culture” on Thursday, Jan. 22 at 4 p.m. in Jonas Hall 110 on the BHSU campus.
Students are being challenged to create marketing concepts using the University’s new tagline ‘Where Anything is Possible’ in a campus-wide contest. The winning entry has the possibility of being shown regionally during the Super Bowl or being placed on a billboard.
Black Hills State University, which has the largest teacher preparation program in the state and is recognized for its legacy of preparing teachers, recently released a campaign “All Inspired by Teachers” honoring teachers for their positive influence.
BHSU students are being challenged to create marketing concepts using the University’s new tagline ‘Where Anything is Possible’ in a campus-wide contest. The winning entry has the possibility of being shown regionally during the Super Bowl or being placed on a billboard.
Black Hills State University’s first Geek Speak lecture of the spring semester promises to be unreal and will feature the undead.
Black Hills State University students, faculty, staff and friends brightened the holidays for more than 80 students at the Red Shirt School on the Pine Ridge Reservation earlier this month with the 14th annual Red Shirt Cultural Holiday Exchange.
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