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Dr. Erin Holmes, Black Hills State University director of institutional research, recently donated a Yamaha piano to the music department.

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Black Hills State University faculty and staff are transforming lives and making headlines.

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The Black Hills State University Concert Choir and Chamber Singers will present a spring concert April 21 at 2:30 p.m. in the Clare and Josef Meier Recital Hall.

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Dr. David Diamond, a long-time professor at Black Hills State University, recently celebrated his 50th year in broadcasting. A South Dakota native, Diamond taught at BHSU for more than 10 years following an amazing radio career that included a well-known radio show in Los Angeles and experience working with numerous big names in the music world including Janis Joplin, Jim Morrison, and the The Doors.

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The Black Hills State University Jazz Ensemble will present a spring concert Thursday, April 18 at 7:30 p.m. in the Clare and Josef Meier Recital Hall.

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The Black Hills State University Community Chorale, under the direction of Dr. Jonathan Nero, BHSU associate professor of music, will present Handel’s Messiah Tuesday, April 9 at 7:30 p.m. in Clare and Josef Meier Hall.

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Nearly 30 undergraduate research projects covering a wide spectrum of disciplines were recently presented at the 15th annual Black Hills Research Symposium held at Black Hills State University.

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A walk through the second floor of Woodburn Hall on the Black Hills State University campus will take you back to a time in Japanese history – a time before the country adopted the industrialized lifestyle of the West. The newest exhibit in the BHSU President’s Gallery is a group of Japanese Ukiyo-e prints from the private collection of Richard Hicks, professor emeritus.

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Dr. Symeon Wassen, Black Hills State University assistant professor of music, will perform a recital featuring the works of Bartok and Beethoven as well as a personal composition.

 

The program is April 11 at 7:30 p.m. in the Clare and Josef Meier Hall.

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Black Hills State University Student Support Services celebrated National TRIO Day by hosting 50 students, staff, and faculty at a recent open house.  

The open house offered visitors an overview of the TRiO grant programs offered by BHSU.

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Dr. Gary L. Wells, Distinguished Professor of Psychology at Iowa State University, will be the keynote speaker Thursday, March 21 at 2 p.m. in the Clare and Josef Meier Recital Hall on the campus of Black Hills State University during the 15th Annual Black Hills Research Symposium (BHRS).

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Dr. Emilia Boeschen, Black Hills State University assistant professor of psychology, and her research team of 10 students, knew their trip to South Korea would be a life-changing experience. They, however, did not realize the extent of it.

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The artwork of Black Hills State University art instructor Karri Dieken is currently featured in an exhibit in Lawrence, Mass., titled “Down to Sleep.”

The show which runs through April 12 is at the Chester F. Sidell Gallery in Lawrence’s Essex Art Center. The exhibit focuses on the bed, with its soft sheets and pillows, as a location for many of life’s emotions. 

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Black Hills State University faculty and staff are transforming lives and making headlines.

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For the past month, Kent Meyers, Black Hills State University associate professor of humanities, has been spending several hours a day brushing up on his French language. His hours of studying will soon come in handy as he travels across the Atlantic to spend five weeks as a writer-in-residence in two French cities.

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