The master’s degree in education programs at Black Hills State University are getting national attention. BHSU was named one of the 50 Most Affordable Small Colleges for a Master’s in Education 2016 by TopEducationDegrees.org.
Four members of the Black Hills State University art faculty have been juried into the Seventh Biennial Governor’s Exhibition.
Students at Black Hills State University return to a campus filled with pride and opportunity as noted by the annual address to faculty and staff by Dr. Tom Jackson, Jr., BHSU President.
After a summer of exploring the world of modern scientific research as a Davis-Bahcall Scholar, Alexandra Wiley returns to Black Hills State University to begin classes Aug. 22.
Black Hills State University was again selected as one of the Top 200 Colleges for Native Americans by Winds of Change magazine.
The findings from a joint study conducted by Black Hills State University in Spearfish, S.D., and the Tourism Crisis Management Initiative (TCMI) at the University of Florida show more than half of potential Florida visitors are concerned with the recent immense bloom of toxic blue-green algae in the state.
Black Hills State University received approval from the South Dakota Board of Regents today to offer new bachelor of fine arts (BFA) degrees in graphic design, photography, and studio art.
The new BFA programs recognize the national standards for visual arts and communications by moving to a professional degree accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD). The degree also provides an advantage to students wishing to attend graduate school to pursue a master of fine arts (MFA) degree in any art-related field.
Twenty-nine teachers from across the state of South Dakota attended a Physical Science Concepts for Teachers workshop June 19-24, 2016 at Black Hills State University. It was facilitated by Dr. Andy Johnson, assistant professor of physics and Dr. Janet Briggs, science education specialist at the Center for the Advancement of Math and Science Education (CAMSE).
For the past several years, Dr. Katrina Jensen, assistant professor of chemistry at Black Hills State University, has worked with her former teacher, Jessica Zwaschka, chemistry teacher at Spearfish High School, to organize an annual chemistry learning day at BHSU for high school students.
Visitors to the Black Hills and local residents who visit the Leland D. Case Library for Western Historical Studies and the University Archives at Black Hills State University might be surprised at the historical photographs and maps in the research that preserve and strengthen the collective memory of the Black Hills.
Black Hills State University received a grant of more than $250,000 from the National Science Foundation to support students participating in undergraduate science research at Sanford Underground Research Facility.
Recent Black Hills State University graduate Caitlin Hill will publish essays in two national publications: Silk Road Review and Superstition Review.
Business students from Black Hills State University and engineering students from the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology are partnering on an aviation project to develop technology and prepare a business plan to meet new FAA safety requirements at lower cost.
The Black Hills State University student-run newspaper, Jacket Journal, won first place in a nationwide competition from the American Scholastic Press Association (ASPA).
Black Hills State University recognized faculty and staff retirements, milestone anniversaries, and accomplishments during the annual Employee Awards Reception held recently.
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Wednesday, October 26, 2016